by Sam Everingham
Posted on 2020-05-14 at 11:07:09
Marco and Kate tried with IVF for around 4 years unsuccessfully without really any explanation why was not working. They started their surrogacy journey after one of the Growing Families’ Melbourne seminars in 2018. They then starting working on the necessary steps such as VARTA approval to ship their last embryo to Canada. They started talking with a potential surrogate and after two weeks conversation all the parties decided to go ahead. After 3 months of paperwork, medical tests etc. in September 2018 the clinic proceeded with the embryo transfer. Nine months later in July 2019 Camilla was born.
This guest blog is from Karen Holden at A City Law Firm. Getting advice early and being prepared, can help you have a smooth surrogacy journey, but if it goes wrong it’s not the end of the journey. Traditional Surrogacy in the UK. There are numerous pitfalls of undertaking your surrogacy journey in the UK. […]
First Fertility is a global IVF and surrogacy provider with hubs in South-East Asia and Russia.Their surrogacy programs drastically reduce the costs of family-building by utilising IVF and surrogacy procedures in countries with lower professional salaries. Countries such as Russia offer significant savings on all aspects of the process . First Fertility offers Fixed cost […]
As well as running conferences and webinars, International family building expert Sam Everingham has been working these past two years with a colleague on a book – Surrogacy Stories – which takes a deep dive into the family building journeys of twenty singles and couples from 11 nations. They include single men, single females, as […]