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Hyster due to CC, looking for surrogate last effort :(

Postby heather_rup » Tue Jun 03, 2014 10:38 pm

Hello,
My name is Heather. I live in California, 37 yo. Back in 2011 I was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer. They told us to stop trying to get pregnant right away. All summer they did test after test and finally surgery was the only answer. Even up until the surgery they were going to just remove my cerix and put in a cerclage so I could carry. But when I woke up from the surgery they told me they found questionable cells in my uterus and had to remove it. I was devasted and heartbroken. In 2013 they told me my egg production had drastically dropped, and it was now or never to freeze embryos. Only two were successful. I've tried unsuccessfully to find a surrogate for over a year now. My friends and family have all had their own issues with pregnancy and no one will do it for me, and it's not exactly an easy favor for someone to do. I cannot afford to go through an agency bc I am still paying off the IVF, as the cost of IVF is not covered in my state. A friend suggested this site. This is my last chance at realizing my dream to become a mother.I'm hoping to find someone out there that can help me make my dream come true. I'm looking for someone where their insurance covers surrogacy. I can pay for clothes and a small fee. I just can't afford the high cost of a surrogate. I hope that this will be the year that my prayers are answered.

Sincerely,
Heather
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Re: Hyster due to CC, looking for surrogate last effort :(

Postby davidlarryaustin » Fri Sep 11, 2015 10:11 am

i really feel sorry for you, i wish i could do something for you, but you have to be brave and don't lose hope, there will be something better for you. There are so many specialists and new technologies in this modern era, you could find something best for you
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