Surrogate Carries Baby for Her Identical Twin Sister
Posted on August 13, 2015 by jenny
When a New York woman found out her identical twin sister would not be able to have a baby, she stepped in to give birth to her own nephew. The Short of It A New York woman served as a surrogate … Continue reading →
Woman Paralyzed Becomes Mom, Thanks to Surrogate by Sydney Lupkin
Posted on May 12, 2015 by jenny
Rachelle Friedman Chapman was paralyzed when a bridesmaid playfully pushed her into a pool at her bachelorette party five years ago, causing irreversible damage to her spinal cord. But today, thanks to a surrogate, she's a new mom. Kaylee Rae … Continue reading →
Mother tells of giving birth to gay son's baby after surrogate pregnancy by Patrick Sawer
Posted on March 9, 2015 by jenny
The mother of a gay man has told how she gave birth to his baby after a surrogate pregnancy. Anne-Marie Casson, 46, gave birth to a boy, Miles, who is now eight months old, after she became pregnant … Continue reading →
Couples have more options with surrogacy by Erinn Hutkin
Posted on March 3, 2015 by jenny
At just 28 years old, Nicole Lawson found herself unable to sustain a pregnancy. While attempting to have a child of her own, she went through four years of procedures such as in-vitro fertilization. She suffered multiple miscarriages only to discover … Continue reading →
Surrogate mothers do fine in decade following birth By Lisa Rapaport
Posted on February 8, 2015 by jenny
(Reuters Health) – A decade after giving birth, surrogate mothers don't appear to suffer lasting mental health difficulties as a result of giving away the babies they delivered, a small study suggests. While previous research has found that depression and … Continue reading →