I have a medical condition called MRKH, which means I have an underdeveloped womb and unfortunately would not be able to carry my own child. The only way I can have a family is through the help of an amazing surrogate.
I am 38 year old, married female living in Essex. I have always been a compassionate and caring person and I have been working for the NHS for over 15 years. I am a very active person and I enjoy dancing (ballet) and going to the gym. I love being out in nature and going out for long walks with my husband. I have come from a big family of 7 siblings and have lots of nephews and nieces. I have a very close relationship with siblings and I was their labour partner for the birth of 9 children who I also share a good bond with, whether their emergency call is about deciding what to wear, skincare or something their worried about, they know I'm a phonecall away. I am a very positive person and have a good circle of friends who I can call on. I have strong faith in God and prayer and this helps me see light during my difficult times.
As many people on this website, we are on a journey to find someone to fulfill our dream of having our own family. I was 17 when I was investigated for not having periods and a few days after my 18th birthday, I was told I have a medical condition called MRKH. This meant I could not carry my own children. This was devastating news and I felt like my world had shattered since I always dreamed of having four children. At the age on 25, I finally came to terms with my condition and searched for other ways of making my dream come true, I have attended many support groups and met other women going through something similar. I was 33 years old when l met my husband in 2019, and there was a connection immediately and we knew we were made for each other (cringe). We have been together since and got married in 2021. We support each other through the good and bad times in life and keep each other positive. My husband was two years old when his father passed away and he sadly lost his mum at fifteen. Going through this tragedy in life at a young age, I know he really missed not having his parents around him during his happy and sad times of life, but he considers himself very lucky that his sisters stepped in as parent figures. His sisters would often tell him stories about his father and the kind of person he was. I know it would mean the world to my husband to be a father, like his father was, and be able to nurture and bring up a child is something he has always wanted in life. It has been an emotional journey, but we now have top quality embryo stored and are looking for an amazing person to help complete our family. It would be great to hear from you or if you have any questions about us we would be happy to answer them. Thank you for taking the time to read our profile.