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Do share experiences if you can

Postby nora253 » Wed Dec 20, 2017 7:40 pm

Hi there ladies. How are you all? I had my first child 3 years ago. The pregnancy then was full of troubles. I almost miscarried him thrice in between. Thankfully, it ended well. Last week, DH and I were discussing having a second child. I want one too. However, I don't want to go through all that again. Can I go for surrogacy? Will I be eligible? I mean, I can carry a child. Also, I already have a child. Will that make a difference? Do share experiences if you can. Thanks.
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Postby Aritalaj » Wed Nov 07, 2018 9:26 am

Your knowledge is amazing. I like to read the comments of everyone.
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Postby Shank_D » Tue Dec 25, 2018 11:42 pm

I don't have a success story of my own to give you any optimism impetus but then I can tell you surrogacy hardly fails. As long as you have landed up with a good clinic like the Lotus Surrogacy in Ukraine, the chances are almost absolute for success. The right clinic is indeed the key to success, no matter the clinical fertility aid process involved. My sister has a story that might help you find hope though. She was having troubles with natural TTC but after around 2 years or so she went for medicated one. It was a success, she was able to conceive but unfortunately, it was an ectopic pregnancy, which caused a hysterectomy. That was really terrible, I've seen her and supported her during the time before she found the Lotus Surrogacy clinic in Ukraine. Well they looked promising but the consultation was equally enlightening and boosted confidence, so my sister says. Finally, she had to visit Kiev though for the paper-signing and ofcourse the site visit which is very very important no matter which clinic you choose. Hope this helps you find the strength and confidence... Good Luck
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