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Postby truffs » Mon Sep 04, 2017 2:16 pm

Has anyone any information on adoption and surrogacy in Ireland please?

Thanks in advance I have no idea how it works,
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Re: surrogacy and adoption

Postby AngelaVinget » Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:44 pm

I think surrogacy is best if you do not have a child. Even if you have children you can also go for surrogacy then. That is your own child. I am also going for surrogacy now. I have 3 children till now. But my husband is from Japan. He has a large family. He wants that our family should be large also. For that, we are going for surrogacy. One of my friends told me about a well-reputed clinic in Ukraine. They told me about their benefits. So I surely want to try them. You must go for surrogacy also.
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Re: surrogacy and adoption

Postby truffs » Sat Sep 16, 2017 6:58 am

thanks for the reply. I have recently done Ivf and had the transfer about two weeks ago but my story is long it was complicated and out of eleven embryos they only got one to blastocyst stage that they transferred on day 5. Our chances we're only 30 to 40% of success but I got two positive pregnancy tests so i am pregnant :D . We have a long road ahead of us though so fingers crossed all goes well. We have our first scan the 4th of october so i pray this will go ok. Best of luck for the surrogacy. What price range would we be looking at though if we did decide to do that. I know it varies by contry though?
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Re: surrogacy and adoption

Postby Sophiajulliet » Sun Sep 17, 2017 5:37 am

Adoption and surrogacy are same in my point of view. You have to make a space in your heart. A baby is an angel come to join their parents. This is my thinking. I am feeling really positive for surrogacy. Surrogacy was just a light in the end of the tunnel for me. We were having large crying sessions. Which was expanded two weeks? When I came to know about the problem in my uterus. Then we have to remove that. I never tried uterus transplantation. Because that is again risky. Need prayers.
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Re: surrogacy and adoption

Postby ayesha10 » Sat Nov 18, 2017 5:54 am

Adoption is a beautiful thing to do. Still, I have some reservations. Like what if you don't end up loving the child. There is a genetic difference. Surrogacy is a more convincing process and makes more sense. About the process - it's pretty simple. You rent a surrogate's (female who will keep your baby inside her for nine months period) womb and so, she gives birth to your child for you. The child will share your genes. So, the only difference between the natural pregnancy and surrogacy is different wombs. Am I right ladies?
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Re: surrogacy and adoption

Postby emma15 » Sat Nov 18, 2017 9:54 am

Hi Truff. I am glad that you want to go for surrogacy. It is the best way to have a baby. I was also able to become a mother through surrogacy. Why do you want to go to Ireland for surrogacy? I don't have any kind of information regarding surrogacy in Ireland. I went to Ukraine to have surrogacy procedure.
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