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    If this interests you, or if you’re looking for resources to research it yourself, please go through it. I was diagnosed with PCOS in my teenage years and so it wasn’t shocking to me when I failed to have kids with my husband years later. We were prepared for failure but not to the level that was in store for us. I initially went into hormone therapy and that was a complete failure. I was disappointed but not disheartened. After failing with my consequetive IVF attempts, however, I was devastated. My husband was there for me, but unfortunately, that wasn’t enough for me to recover mentally. I had to go into therapy and that slowly but surely got me back into a healthy headspace. All the while, my loving husband continued the search for other options that would prove viable for us and right around the time I had recovered from the trauma, he presented me with the option of surrogacy. It was the perfect chance for me to test out the fruits of my recovery. And it worked out better than I could’ve hoped for. I now have a beautiful baby boy and honestly

    Jess bling

    Aww, I am glad you got your happiness. This post was indeed informative. I am also looking for options.All the success stories motivate me further. I have decided to connect with a clinic for surrogacy. I hope everything goes well.Do pray for me too.


    Hi love, Hope you are fine. Thanks for sharing your story. I am really happy that after so much failure, you didn’t give up and finally got what you wished for. I am also facing infertility because of some reasons which I don’t want to discuss. I am not brave enough to discuss what I had faced.But the good thing is I was looking for these treatments and believe me your post boosts me up.
    I am now looking forward to surrogacy. I hope it works for me too the way you get your fruits I have learned a lot about surrogacy through the internet and many much through this forum too and believes me your story inspires me a lot. I want to see more of these kinds of stories.
    I also have heard about clinics of Europe. People always appreciate them and I am also going there soon for my treatment.
    Please pray for me. Good luck and best wishes to every woman here.


    Hey, sara, You must have been very strong and steadfast in your ultimate goals. I have known many couples who failed to put up together due to infertility. I think a supportive partner is an essential part of acquiring something in life. Even when it comes to starting your own family. The husband’s contribution in a family is the most integral part of any marriage. But I would say, working like a team and building a life together is the real charm of being married. My husband has been so kind and considerate of my feelings and health condition that he never mentioned once of being unable to live parenthood. He never blamed it. I have now applied for surrogacy, met with my match. Her name is Lisa. And we are about to start our next stage i.e egg retrieval. I always suggest couples with any sort of fertility issue, consider surrogacy as a true path to parenthood. It never deceives you. The success of stories of IP’s is so inspiring that I am indebted to my gestational carrier. So happy for your positive outcome.


    Hey! how are you doing? how is your baby now?
    So great to hear about your successful surrogacy procedure. Great efforts yet great results! Amazing.
    BTW I am also one of the women who is looking to adopt surrogacy procedure.
    and yes there are so many questions in my mind that I am often searching for whether on internet or such forums.
    I just stopped by reading surrogacy. I often do that on so many forums.
    I never look at the whole scenario. because no matter what I got either a great advice or experience or great news like yours one, and that means I never ended up on anything crucial.
    well! there is also a question that I wish to ask.
    some of the queries you could say.
    Like, details of the clinic you had your surrogacy from?
    what’s that place called?
    could you describe the whole procedure to me?
    looking forward to your answer.
    once again congratulations


    Intended parents come from all different backgrounds. Many are same-sex couples or hopeful single parents who are ready to start a family. While others have struggled for years with infertility and have exhausted their fertility treatment options. However, all of these intended parents have one thing in common. A strong desire to add to their families. For these couples and individuals, surrogacy makes this dream possible. The advantages of surrogacy are clear to the hundreds of families who have been created in this special way. While surrogacy is not without its challenges for intended parents. It is often the answer to years of hard work and frustration for hopeful couples and individuals who have tried unsuccessfully to add to their families. With all said and done. Congratulations for the news. I am sure it is a chance that you have been waiting for long. And finally the results are out. Take good care of both of you. And all the best.


    Wow, such a great experience you had. Thanks for posting such stuff here. I saw a lot of people posting their problems here. rare people have shared their surrogacy success stories. But, it’s your gratitude and you are the gem I was looking for. Such inspirational stories here really give hope to the desperate ones. This post has definitely filled me up with eternal joy. Well, as much as surrogacy concerns, it has great services to the humanity. Surrogacy is like a blessing of science. It has benefited big mob of infertile ones. All the credits go to surrogate mothers, surrogacy treatment, and intended parents. They are really doing something different from others. Surrogacy may be thought as controversial because of an unnatural way to have babies. But at the same times, one should also think about those couples who don’t even had a child. I would like to congratulate you dear on your successful experience. Can you also please suggest your journey experience too? it will be very meaningful to us!


    Hey, I am so sorry for you. I know it would be painful for you. Really infertility takes alot out of a woman. I am happy that you didn’t lose hope. Many women give up after such tragedies. I am happy that you are taking a wonderful decision. I have a baby through surrogacy. I went for it to the clinic where you are deciding to go. I am happy that you are choosing surrogacy for you. It is a safe and successful decision. I hope everything will go successfully.


    Wow, I’m glad things worked out. You know, not many couples get such support. Infertility is like that. It makes relationships fall apart. I’m so happy for you. Your husband seems to be a very supportive person. Congratulations on your baby!


    This post is too informative for me.As i was looking for surrogacy experiences.Trying to conceive is such a difficult part of my married life.I am ttc from last 10 years.Still i don’t have any luck with it.
    There is no specfic cause of my infertility.I have gone through several medical tests regaring infertility but doctors can’t decide the main cause for my infertility.So they have called me infertile for life.
    I want a baby too badly as i have been trying to conceive from the last decade.I am looking for other alternatives to have a baby.I have looked into a numbe rof options like adoption,surrogacy.
    I have came to know from many forums about surrogacy. i heard many infertile women going for surrogacy.People on forum are discussing mostly about surrogacy,People discuss about clinics mostly.

    Jessica fields

    You had gone through so much honey. You were constant and that is why you got your happiness. Your story is inspiring. It will give courage to others to bear hardships too. It’s a message that after hardship there is light.I know how tiring it becomes. I have been on this boat too. I had thin uterus walls. It was impossible to carry a baby. I couldn’t go for IVF too. Surrogacy was my only option. It worked well too.I have twins now. Can you imagine? From no baby to twins. Can’t thank God enough.


    Amazing, such an extraordinary ordeal you had. A debt of gratitude is in order for posting such stuff here. I saw many individuals posting their issues here. uncommon individuals have shared their surrogacy examples of overcoming adversity. Be that as it may, it’s your appreciation and you are the pearl I was searching for. Such moving stories here truly offer would like the edgy ones. I am upbeat that you didn’t lose trust. Numerous ladies surrender after such tragedies. I am cheerful that you are taking an awesome choice. I have an infant through surrogacy. I pulled out all the stops to the facility where you are choosing to go. I am glad that you are picking surrogacy for you. It is a protected and effective choice. I trust everything will go effectively.


    You had experienced very bad times. You remained solid and never gave up. This is so motivating. It will definitely give hope to the others who are TTC. Surely, patience ensures victory. Hope paves the path for success. I’ve also faced such problems. I have also faced problems with the uterus. I was unable to convey a child. I couldn’t go for IVF as well. Surrogacy was the last option left for me. It worked for me smoothly. I have twins now. Would you be able to go for surrogacy? From no child to twins. Can’t express gratitude.


    Hello, I am so sad for you. I know it would be excruciating for you. Truly barrenness removes a lot from a lady. I am glad that you didn’t lose trust. Numerous ladies surrender after such tragedies. I am glad that you are taking a superb choice. I have an infant through surrogacy. I put it all on the line to the centre where you are choosing to go. I am glad that you are picking surrogacy for you. It is a protected and effective choice. I trust everything will go effectively.


    Women suffering with PCOS produce too much of a typically male hormone called Androgen. When it is too abundant, the Androgen prohibits the body from allowing a healthy egg to be released from the ovary into the fallopian tubes. Leaving the woman unable to conceive a child. Instead, the immature eggs turn into small cysts, and are retained inside of the ovaries. These retained cysts will continue to contribute to steadily elevated levels of Androgen in the body. Serving only to fuel the cycle of PCOS further. For women living with a PCOS diagnosis, the answers to their fertility can run the line from very hopeful to very grim. While some women may need minor hormone therapy to regulate their cycles and work to correct the abundance of Androgen. Others may be left considering reproductive technologies and even surrogacy as the best way to create their families.

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