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Caryn Crabb

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-01-09 at 03:52:25


Caryn undertook 14 rounds of IVF in Australia resulting in seven transfers of which just one resulted in a pregnancy which miscarried at 7 weeks. Diagnosed with poor quality eggs & endometriosis, in May 2015 Caryn & her partner engaged in Canadian surrogacy.   Further problems meant they were close to giving up in 2016, but decided to give it one last shot using a second surrogate and donated Canadian embryos. Caryn is now expecting a baby boy in March 2018. She will discuss the heart-breaking lows & highs of the process and how their agency supported them along the way.

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