by Sam everingham
Posted on 2017-10-28 at 02:02:23
Mandy and her partner have a blended family of 8 – her youngest is a 20 year-old. Her partners youngest is aged 13. Mandy was a surrogate for her girlfriend who was unable to carry due to a history of uterine cancer. Using donated embryos and enduring five failed transfers, Mandy was 51 when they started the process and 53 when she delivered following her sixth transfer. The delivery was very pre-term, a baby boy arriving at 29 weeks 5 days. But now aged two years, Mandy and her partner continue to play an active role in his life.
Surrogacy is an exciting journey and an ideal option when you are unable to conceive on your own. However the current Covid-19 pandemic brings added stress to both surrogates and intended parents, particularly when working at a great distance from each other. So during surrogacy arrangements now more than ever, a relaxed mind is essential […]
This pandemic situation has brought everyone’s life to a standstill. So, if you are an intended parent looking for a surrogacy program, there are certain precautions and factors you must consider beforehand. Are agencies still operating surrogacy programs during the Covid-19 outbreak? Nearly all surrogacy agencies continue to accept intended parents, although in Georgia new […]
In this difficult time, Growing Families is providing an update on current travel restrictions which will impact intended parents travelling internationally for embryo creation or the birth of children. OVERSEAS TRAVEL FOR BIRTHS (updated as at 4.30pm 22 July AEST) You need to consider Whether your local authorities will allow you to leave your home […]