by Sam everingham
Posted on 2017-04-17 at 23:54:02
Andy Brough & Simon Curtis have determinedly worked their way through a broad range of surrogacy arrangements – international, domestic, gestational and traditional, to arrive at parenthood. They started their journey about 5 years ago in India but had a stillborn at 21 weeks. They tried again but then India closed to gay couples. Andy’s sister-in-law offered to be their surrogate and they joined Egg Donation Australia to find a donor. After a few unsuccessful attempts with Andy’s sister-in-law, they took up their egg donor Carla Pincombe’s offer to carry for them, using her own eggs ( traditional surrogacy). Their perseverance paid off when they became dads in late March 2017.
If your surrogate is due to give birth prior to 30 July in a country with travel restrictions, please contact your surrogacy agency for advice. The following ‘source’ countries have set up channels of communication with governments in respect to emergency travel and fast-tracked document processing. If you are from one of these countries, email […]
Many intended parents need to travel abroad in the coming weeks and months for the birth of their child(ren) via cross-border surrogacy. Chinese healthcare authorities now have the best understanding of Co-Vid-19, how it spreads and how to prevent this. Note that animals cannot spread the virus. If you are travelling to a high risk […]
There are thousands with health or fertility issues or a lack of the necessary anatomy that might once have prevented them raising a genetically connected child. Not anymore. When Film-maker and activist Lance Black and Tom Daley announced they were going to be dads via surrogacy in the UK press, there had been mixed reactions. […]