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Rebecca Kalpakoff

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-04-02 at 04:10:46


Bec & her husband are a Perth couple who started their surrogacy journey in June 2017 after Bec was diagnosed with Stage 4 Asherman’s Syndrome which meant she could never carry her own baby. In July 2017 they decided to do surrogacy in the Ukraine. Bec underwent 2 rounds of IVF in Kiev in September and December 2017. On 23rd of December the clinic transferred 2 embryos to their wonderful surrogate Anastasia. In January 2018 they received the great news their surrogate was pregnant with twins. They were born in  September 2018.

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