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Sharon Thompson

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2021-12-22 at 11:05:54


Sharon was diagnosed with MRKH in her 20s.  She had hysterectomy in my late 20s but her ovaries remained. She and her husband initially tried in India but were unsuccessful.Sharon is now a little over 40 living in Dublin. She has boy/girl twins eventually born through egg donor surrogacy 8 weeks premature in November 2017 in Ukraine.

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