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  • #3373

    NINA
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    I know MC can be disheartening and they would affect your life in a bad way. But people have been working on these things. Modern science has made so many advancements that infertile people are able to have their own babies through a process called surrogacy. It is a clean process where a surrogate mother would carry our child for you. Good clinics provide these surrogate mothers. My aunt went for surrogacy and her life changed for the better. She is now a mother of a child which she can call her own. and is happy. I pray for everyone who wishes to have children may succeed.

    #3378

    anna88
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    There are multiple views on how people look at this. The topic can get quite controversial. People need to realize that even when biological, it is your child. You are the parents. You grow it in your womb for nine months. The child is now a part of you. It is your duty to raise him with care. To give him all your affection. I have had surrogacy myself. Trust me, it was a wonderful experience. I know the baby was not grown in my womb. But, I knew he was my child. I am the mom and I have to look after him with care. I hope to hear more good from you. All the best!

    #3382

    NINA
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    I believe you and your DH are living a blessed life. Not being able to produce a child can cause problems for you and it becomes difficult as the life without a child can be boring. The thing becomes difficult and in third world countries, the position of women in the family may become weak. I know what you are going through. This difficult time will pass and you will be able to make your life happy. Stay firm and go for surrogacy if you can afford it. It will make things easy for you. Your life will change. I have a live example of my friend whose life had a miraculous turn after she was blessed with a child.

    #3447

    ashley
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    I guess this is the perspective that we need to change. How long people would not accept these things. These are part of life and they are providing such bless thing. There are procedures like IVF and Surrogacy helping people in assisted conceptions. We should be thankful for these procedures. Everyone wants a biological child. But everyone is not able to have a biological child. So, consider one of these options and live a blessed life.

    #3601

    Kate Adams
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    Hello Tiffany. How are you? I hope you’re okay. This is actually my first too. I can relate so much to this. I know what you must be feeling. It’s honestly a really hard spot to be in. I genuinely hope things get better for you.

    #5787

    Emma841
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    I do not agree with words that the surrogacy baby biologically not related to parents.Surrogacy is the last hope for infertile people.We do not misguided people about surrogacy.
    I am infertile.I went every where for check up but nothing happened.I lost my hope .I want baby but can not born baby.Then some one told me about surrogacy.We contact with surrogacy Clinic and reached there for surrogacy.They helped me a lot.They gave me positive results.Now i am very happy.I have a baby by surrogacy.People must know about the surrogacy so the everyone can enjoy the life.

    #5817

    Trisha
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    Once you and your partner have had a fertility evaluation, it’s time to start considering your treatment options. Fertility treatment typically refers to medications that stimulate egg or sperm production, or procedures that involve the handling of eggs, sperm, or embryos. However, treating infertility goes beyond fertility treatments. Infertility treatment can also include surgical interventions, lifestyle changes, weight loss, or treatment of an underlying medical condition. Your infertility treatment plan will depend on the cause or causes behind your infertility, whether the problem is from the woman’s side, the man’s side, both sides, or remains unexplained. Treatments for infertility can range from medications to embryo implantation through assisted reproductive technology (ART). There are treatments that are specifically for men or for women and some that involve both partners. In 85% to 90% of cases, infertility is treated with conventional medical therapies, such as medication or surgery. If fertility treatments are unsuccessful, it is possible to use eggs or sperm donated by a third party or to have another woman carry a fetus.

    #5829

    Rhonda Jet
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    Hey there Dear. How are you doing? I hope its all great. I am really happy to hear from you. A really wise post. I do agree with you. Such a situation would be really stressful. Sometimes it doesn’t matter if the child was in your womb or someone else’s. What matters is love for the child. I had surrogacy I know how it feels. I wish you all good luck.

    #5833

    Nathalie Hill
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    Hey @OliviaSmith. This is good news that you have opted for surrogacy. I have read so many good new on this forum about surrogacy. I really hope you find a good clinic, who care about their clients. Also, a surrogate who would be taking care of your child like her own.
    Surrogacy surely has become very common. It is the need of the time I think. More and more couples are opting for it. It is a very beneficial option. Though, it is tiring and hectic. But all this is a small price to pay for having your own child.
    I really hope you find a good clinic. Keep us posted on your journey. Do not lose hope. Stay positive and focused. Love and prayers for you.

    #5834

    Dakota Quinn
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    Hey. I understand what you are going through. I wish for the same thing. I do not understand why people keep on telling others to adopt. I would if all other options do not work out. But if I have the option of having my child I would go for that. Even if it means someone else will carry my child.
    I was diagnosed with fibroids. At first, we decided to keep on trying despite the consequences. But after 3 failed IVF, we have stopped. We are considering surrogacy now. Though The final decision is dependent on the clinic. We have selected one and will visit it soon. But until then I can just hope for the best, and pray for all like us.

    #5878

    Emmastone
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    Mothers don’t care for their children. It isn’t possible. But parents want their real children back just because of a simple mix-up in the clinic during birth. I mean what is going on. It’s not the fault of the parents who do this. But it is the mistake of the clinic. They should be punished for this. Not the other way around.

    #5880

    jesica samnth
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    The bond of love and affection weighs more than blood. Nothing feels as good as being a mother. I am not down for what you said parents don’t care about their children. Asking back the formerly mixed-up child back. That something we call ridiculous. I have heard that my neighbor’s child was mixed-up during labor in the hospital. They know it but they didn’t as for their biological child. The thing that matter is that the bond. I mean the child didn’t know that he/she was not their biological child. For them, their virtual parents(*biological) are the one who is nourishing them. I am not against those who ask for their biological children. But I don’t find it right to ask for them after 3-5 years. It is the mistake of clinics or hospitals. They should be punished for this. How can someone this much irresponsible?

    #5912

    Bonnie
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    I appreciate your post. The family is not defined by our genes. It is built and maintained through love. It is fact, that every parent wants a biological child but if somehow their baby gets a mix-up in the clinic, it is not their fault, it is the carelessness of the clinic. Strict actions should be taken against them. It is really hard for the parents to tell the truth to their child. Once the child is raised by the parents with love then it doesn’t matter that he is their biological child or not. No parent can give back the child after raising for several years. Parenthood requires love, not DNA. Different people have a different point of view. I think one should not tell the child that he does not belong to you genetically. Love is all that matters. This discrimination should be extinct.

    #5915

    Felicia Saz
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    Hey. I hope you are doing well. I’m glad you brought this up. People barely talk about this. I have seen so many people who are going to have a child through egg donation soon. I see them grieving over the fact that the baby won’t be their own biologically. How absurd is that? They should be thankful that they are at least being blessed with a child soon. Relationships aren’t made with blood and genes. They are made with the bond parents and the child share together. Blood makes no difference. I think people shouldn’t take this for granted. A child becomes a need at one point in people’s lives. The ones who get to become parents are actually lucky. I hope things work out for every person who is currently struggling to have a child.

    #5916

    mily
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    Hi dear! I was worried after reading your post. I can understand your situation. Every woman wants to become a mother. But due to infertility, It’s not possible. Infertility breaks all dreams of the couple towards their child. IVF and surrogacy are the best treatments for infertility. Majority of people prefer IVF. But it has less rate of success. Surrogacy is safer than other. Surrogacy is prohibited in many states. But it also legal in some countries of Europe. I think surrogacy is the best option for you. Most of the people want their biological child. Through Surrogacy parent has a biological relationship with their children. Its a great invention of medical science. Good luck in the future.

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