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Toni Langdon

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2021-07-01 at 03:05:51


Toni offered to carry for her recipients in early 2016. However there were significant hurdles. None of her recipients embryos passed genetic testing. An egg donor would be required. In August 2017, after countless tests and a dummy cycle, Toni flew to San Diego Fertility Clinic to undertake a double embryo transfer. By late September Toni discovered both embryos had taken – she was carrying twins! It was a very tough pregnancy for Toni, culminating in a C-section at Week 37 in New Zealand. Ton will talk about her motivations for carrying as a surrogate, the highs and the lows

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