Married mommy of 2

Related to Intended Parents | Posted on July 23rd, 2017
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Hi my name is Chelsie. I've been married to my best friend my husband for 12 years now. We have 2 beautiful daughter's our oldest is 11 and our youngest is 9. In 2009 I had to have a hysterectomy due to cervical cancer. We had been trying for our 3rd when we got the news. I still want to have that 3rd baby and figures crossed its a boy. It really tore me apart knowing that I could no longer have a baby on my own. So I'm turning to this heard sometimes they do it for free. Husband broke his back and is no longer allowed to work.

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Jamie-lee, Egg Donor
Commented on February 8th, 2018 05:07AM [EDT]
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Hi Chelsie, I think its strongly dependant on the time spent away from work and home. For example if someone lived by your clinic of choice that would be okay, however, If a donor would need to take unpaid leave, pay for child care, someone to look after animals etc. It raises the monetary issues. There are many donors that would do it free of charge if that were the case. In Australia, donors don't get compensated at all after a cycle.
Chelsie, Intended Parent
Commented on October 1st, 2017 02:47PM [EDT]
Does anyone do this completly free?
I don't have money like alot of others on here wanting a baby so my question is does anyone do it for free no charge no needing help?
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