April 23, 2018 at 4:12 pm #1937
Hi everyone! To all the beautiful ladies unable to conceive, what methods have you tested until now? I am considering surrogacy. I had it once, two years ago. That’s how I am a mother now. My baby girl just turned two. She seems a little alone, though. I know it’s silly to think this way. She’s only two. How can she be lonely? I know, but someday she will be. I want her to have a sibling. I want another baby. The problem is that I don’t know what method to choose. Natural is impossible in my case. Should I go for surrogacy again?April 23, 2018 at 5:49 pm #1945
Hi there Gina. How are you? How is the little baby girl? Is she naughty? How was your first experience with surrogacy? Was it good? Did anything bad happened? Or it was all pleasant. Where did you go for it btw? I am looking for suggestions myself. Now coming to your question. Yes, she might need a sibling. You can go for surrogacy again. Have you considered IVF though? I dont know about you so I can’t say if it will work or not. If you think it will not. Then go for surrogacy again. There is no harm.May 5, 2018 at 12:16 pm #1957
Starting a family can be a wonderful time in one’s life. However, while there are many who very much long to have children, for one reason or another. They are unable to conceive. There is a solution, though, in the process of surrogacy. Surrogacy involves the carrying of an embryo and the subsequent birthing of a baby by one woman. Referred to as the surrogate, for another individual or couple. There are two primary types of surrogacy traditional and gestational. There are advantages and disadvantages to each type of surrogacy. So the best option will depend upon each specific situation. One of the advantages of traditional surrogacy is that it typically involves a lower cost that gestational surrogacy. This is because there is no donation fee, and if the first effort at insemination does not work, it can be attempted again in a matter of weeks rather than several month.May 12, 2018 at 2:56 pm #2063
If you don’t have someone you know willing to carry a child for you and you can’t pay the exorbitant price of an agency. There are very few options left. One of them is to go through an agency abroad in a country that would be far less expensive. Surrogacy in a place like this can be exploitative. The women may feel it is necessary to do for the money. Whereas through our agency, all the carriers have to meet a certain income level in order to aid their own survival or that of their family. Intended parents are generally not present for much. You can forget being there for the birth of your child. And I’ve read of many cases where the communication was sparse at best throughout the pregnancy. In part due to the language barrier. In addition, the reality of obtaining a passport and traveling back home overseas with a newborn seems staggering– a 14-hour car ride in our own country was hard enough. To complicate things further, the law in certain countries would support a gestational carrier in her choice to keep the child. Even if she has no biological claim. That is simply a risk you take.May 16, 2018 at 11:06 am #2168
Hello Gorgeous. How are you? I hope everything is doing good at your side. Its wonderful to see that you have made up your family. I had surrogacy for myself. Me and my husband wanted to have a baby desperately. I was infertile. We consulted our doctors in Ukraine. They gave us the best opinion. I am so elated today. I am a mother of a young princess. Thanks to surrogacy. I think you should go for it too. Seek the advice of your doctor. He can guide you well. All the very best to you for your future. Take care. Stay positive.May 16, 2018 at 2:05 pm #2174
We especially moved to Europe from japan in search of surrogacy. Japan had banned surrogacy. Than we moved to Ukraine.
Here we found a very popular clinic and we contacted the clinic. The clinic arranged a surrogate for us very soon. Now the surrogate is pregnant with our twin daughters and we are very happy.
If someone is looking for surrogacy in Ukraine than you should move to Ukraine. Contact a good clinic and you will be happy with my suggestions.May 16, 2018 at 2:39 pm #2176
Sorry to hear that you are still trying. Keep on trying was a good thing as long as you had some hope of conceiving. Now as the doctors can’t even tell your problem of infertility. You should look for other options to have a baby now.
I was also trying from few years but had many complications. Although i conceived for 3 times but resulted in miscarriage everytime.
So i started looking for other methods of having a baby. And i came to know about surrogacy.
I contacted a clinic for surrogacy and soon i will get my dates of meeting with the clinic.
Good luck to you.May 16, 2018 at 3:41 pm #2181
Hey! How are you? I hope you’re doing well. Congratulations on your successful surrogacy process. It’s great to have people staying here after they’re done with their processes. And how is the little one? As for your question, why not surrogacy again? It really is the best option. At least, I would suggest you go for it. You’ve gone for it once. It’s yielded success. You want another baby, right? It makes perfect sense to go for it again. I hope this helps you make up your mind. Good luck!May 16, 2018 at 3:46 pm #2183
Well, yes! Gina! I think surrogacy is usually for those who can’t have it naturally. So, yeah! Wish you all the best! Just go for it! TC! I hope it brings best for you. In 2017, my cousin sister also had surrogacy, she was unable to get pregnant naturally, she went to Kiev for it. It worked fine for her as well. Anyway! stay blessed dear. xxMay 17, 2018 at 4:41 pm #2202
Hey! Great to hear about your baby. Love to her.
Well If you really want to do that again that you can. There are no such restrictions in surrogacy. Unless you find your surrogate.
Even a friend of mine who had a daughter but secondary infertility struct her and she won’t be able to get a sibling to her daughter. So that’s what she did. She had surrogacy. And luckily that went successfully.
Now she is a blessed mother of two children. And younger one is adorable.
Her elder sister already adores him so much. It feels so good to see a happy and complete family.
I wish similar for you. Good luck with another one.May 18, 2018 at 5:05 pm #2243
Hey! How are you? I hope you’re doing well. Congratulations on your successful surrogacy process. It’s great to have people staying here after they’re done with their processes. And how is the little one? As for your question, why not surrogacy again? It really is the best option. At least, I would suggest you go for it. You’ve gone for it once. It’s yielded success. You want another baby, right? It makes perfect sense to go for it again. I hope this helps you make up your mind. Good luck!May 19, 2018 at 12:24 pm #2258
Hello! Hope so you are doing well.
As you have asked me so it’s me right to share my story as well. First I adopted IVF, from that, I have had a miscarriage once. Then I adopted surrogacy, and finally, my surrogate got successfully pregnant. Now she is 6 weeks pregnant and everything is going fine.
I think it doesn’t matter if you are having surrogacy again. Your faith should be strong, everything will be fine by itself. Just stay positive and hopeful. I also suggest you choose a clinic that gives a quality treatment. There are some clinics in Europe that are very popular for surrogacy. I think you should consult with your doctor about it.
May your dream come true.
All my sympathies are with you.
Best of luckMay 19, 2018 at 5:13 pm #2270
“””Hi, I know starting a family can be a wonderful time in one’s life. It is also the most precious moment of your life. But when you listen that you can not start your family. You completely lose your hope. Your eyes fill with tears. Heart fill with sorrow. But I think you are a brave lady. After listen you do not lose hope. You choose surrogacy that was the best option for you. And know you have your own baby girls. That is two years old. What was your first experience of surrogacy?
Yes, your baby must need a sublime. Now she is small But after 3 or 5 years she needs her sublime. With which she can fight, she can play, she can sleep, she can share things. I suggest you that you must consult your doctor. And if you think your first experience is very good so do not hesitate to choose it again. Best of luck”””May 20, 2018 at 1:09 pm #2285
Hey, I hope you and your beautiful daughter are doing fine. Well, honestly speaking two year’s old can really do feel lonely. We all need to be in the presence of another person to keep us more lively and present. Therefore, according to me, I think you’re thinking in the right direction. The two methods that one can really opt for include surrogacy and IVF. Both of these have proven to be successful for a lot of people under different circumstances. IVF will work for you if your uterus is functioning and also if you are producing high-quality eggs with not a low reserve. Whereas, the good thing about surrogacy is that it works out under almost all circumstances with different procedures. I myself have been researching upon surrogacy and it brings me joy to see so many infertile women finally having babies. Throughout my process of deciding whether I wanted to opt for surrogacy or not, I was told few things. I was told that I should be well researched about this treatment. I was constantly told that a good clinic really mattered, therefore, had to look into many before deciding into one. I am sure you are already aware of the entire procedure, therefore; I would suggest you should go for it. As it would be much easier for you to know go for it again as you’ll be aware of anything beforehand. Do give us an update on what you decide to do. Best of luck sending warm wishes your way.May 20, 2018 at 7:59 pm #2311
Hi! Congratulations for the first baby. Yes, you should definitely go for surrogacy. There is no alternative better than surrogacy for infertile. I had faced infertility for many years. I didn’t conceive naturally. Then surrogacy was the last option for me. I applied and blessed with a child. I hope best for you. Best wishes from me. Stay happy.
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