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More Surrogacy Horror Stories Out Of India

Where there is smoke, there is fire. At some point in time, as these nightmarish stories continue to reach the light of day, Indian authorities are going to have to do something to regulate this out of control industry (and hint, hint prohibiting access to singles, LGBT and unmarried couples isn’t the answer):

When Sam Everingham employed an Indian surrogate to carry a child for him in 2009, he never imagined losing two baby boys in a Delhi hospital – nor terminating multiple pregnancies in women he did not know. Yet these are some of the painful memories he and his partner Phil Copeland carry after spending four years navigating India’s unregulated surrogacy system.

While the couple now have two healthy daughters, Ruby and Zoe, they say Australians should know about the moral, legal and financial risks in the booming global market. Commercial surrogacy is illegal in Australia, leading hundreds of people each year to pay women overseas – mainly in India, the US and Thailand – to carry their children.

Mr Everingham, who runs a support group for Australians wanting to enter surrogacy arrangements, said while 95 per cent of people were happy with their experience, reports of abortions, questionable medical bills and baby mix-ups were increasingly emerging from overseas destinations where commercial surrogacy is legal.

One of the biggest problems was Indian doctors pushing people to transfer large numbers of embryos at once to increase their chances of a successful pregnancy. This was resulting in some Australians bringing home four babies when they wanted only one or two. This also caused others, including Mr Everingham and his partner, to make difficult decisions about terminating pregnancies in surrogates.

Mr Everingham said he also knew of mix-ups where babies born to surrogates were someone else’s or the surrogate’s own. A Melbourne woman, who does not want to be named, said her husband had to find their surrogate in Mumbai in 2011 after realising the baby girl they picked up from a hospital was not theirs. When DNA tests required for Australian citizenship showed the five-week-old was someone else’s, they contacted their surrogacy clinic. A staff member denied there had been an error and accused the couple of not wanting a girl, but later agreed to DNA tests on the surrogate. ”They just expected us to go away and forget it all,” the woman said.

While the tests were being done, her husband cared for the infant in a hotel room in Mumbai for six weeks. When the clinic confirmed the newborn was the surrogate’s, he took the baby back to her with a bag of supplies to help the family care for the child. ”All she could say was ‘sorry’,” the Melbourne woman said. She said the surrogate, who had signed the contract with a fingerprint, was obviously poor, but happy to take her baby.

The error cost the couple about $90,000 in medical and legal fees, as well as travel costs. They appointed an Indian solicitor to recover their financial losses, but after giving him power of attorney they never heard from him again. The woman said that although the clinic had been difficult to deal with, it was now offering another surrogate free of charge. They are considering taking up the offer.

While many Indian doctors insist surrogates are well treated, critics say the women, usually young and poor, are subjected to unethical treatment in “baby factories” where they often stay for nine months.

Mr Everingham said Australians had also faced problems in the US, where surrogacy typically costs between $150,000 and $250,000 compared with an average of $50,000 in India without travel costs. He said some couples had faced enormous hospital bills after their babies were born prematurely with inadequate health insurance to cover the unexpected medical costs. ”We’ve had reports of families being faced with a half-a-million-dollar bill from a hospital.”

Mr Everingham said after he and his partner first created embryos with his sperm and a donor’s eggs in 2009, their Indian surrogate fell pregnant with twins. When she gave birth prematurely at 26 weeks, he received a phone call to say one of the twins was stillborn. The other had been transferred to a specialist intensive care hospital in Delhi. After travelling there to meet their seriously ill son, Ben, the couple spent several weeks nursing him until his death at about seven weeks.

Their second attempt led to more trauma. After a doctor transferred multiple embryos to two separate surrogates, the couple were faced with news of more viable foetuses than they could cope with. Mr Everingham said although this forced them to make incredibly difficult decisions about ”reduction”, the two surrogates went on to deliver one healthy girl each in 2011 – Ruby and Zoe, now 21 months old. While Mr Everingham and his partner waited for DNA testing to prove paternity for Australian citizenship, they took their daughters to the foothills of the Himalayas for a naming ceremony in the Ganges river.

Mr Everingham has told his story ahead of the annual Surrogacy Australia conference in Melbourne next month to highlight the problems some people face in their quest to have children. He said the Australian government should legalise commercial surrogacy. At the moment, only altruistic surrogacy is allowed in Australia under strict conditions involving many legal, psychological and often criminal checks.

”It would mean people wouldn’t be exposed to the risks of dealing with foreign hospital systems, things going wrong on the other side of the world or poor women they have never met being mistreated,” he said. ”There are many, many reasons why a commercial model here is so preferable to what we put up with now.”

Fairfax approached four popular Indian surrogacy clinics about the complaints emerging in Australia. Two clinics, Surrogacy India and Corion Fertility Clinic, responded to questions via email, saying they protected surrogates from exploitation, were transparent with hospital costs, and tried to limit multiple pregnancies and terminations.

For what it is worth, a number of these problems originate out of Delhi. So please do your due diligence if you elect to proceed with a surrogacy arrangement in India.

Discussion

48 comments for “More Surrogacy Horror Stories Out Of India”

  • Andy: Thanks for sharing this. While I know the system we have in the U.S. is far from perfect, at least we aren’t seeing this kind of thing on a regular basis here.

    • Anon

      I do not believe these are regular occurences in India. We have had many tries in India and never experienced anything like quoted in this story. Be careful with generalizations. We have a beautiful daughter thanks to India, the SCI clinic and our amazing surrogate!

      • disgusted

        My God Meg- you are so transparent! (I know you have a proxy to change your locations and hide out- become another SCI happy customer, bash anyone who had a poor experience…. typical Megan stuff, oh, and nice touch using your full name to make a point that you are not the other people posting!)

        Truth is, Shivani’s practice sucks. In my case, my semen was collected by a janitor, who never labeled my specimen cup. Then one year later I am being contacted by NBC news regarding a mix-up resulting in a baby not related to the IP’s. Oh, and its been narrowed down to only a few people (ring, ring….) Now I understand why the second clinic refused to use the 18 embryos she quickly created, and froze. They didn’t want to have the same situation occur. What I really like, is how ungrateful people don’t see the blessings they have from her… Why, I have a potential child- someplace? But, certainly not from her matching my partner and I with two, one egg donor and splitting the cycle so we could try for a biological connection through our egg donor. Oh, that’s right, where is his specimen? Shivani never mixes things up- like forgetting why we where there for ten days (chosen by you,) to ensure egg collection, attempt for a few blastoff each, transfer to the two surrogates respectively. Nope, make them all with one of us a donor (defeating the purpose of working with two surrogates/one egg donor- hell he didn’t even need to take the 10 days off- a waste of time. So what does she do when she messes up, ignores the situation like a child and hope it goes away (like a credit card statement sitting on the kitchen table, praying it will just vanish and not need to be paid.) Or in our case, cut off all communication, badmouth to fellow clinics, even approach several area attorneys and “Warn” them that we might come knocking, requesting legal help to recoup our money. Last I heard an egg donor collection with ICSI and immediate freezing did not cost $22,000 USD in India (since I paid $24,000 USD with the devil- or as he thinks of himself, God.) *PS you missed one law office, you might recall, they collected funds for the exact same situation: money paid, and no services provided! Seems this is a habit (like telling a couple you only implant 3-4 embryos in one surrogate, when in reality- to bolster your success rates, why not use 2 or 3 surrogates, and place 5 or 6 embryos in each…. Then, just terminate accordingly! Just business as usual, right? If people knew the truth about what really is going on in India (I can only comment on New Delhi, since I was there for three months.) Its actually scary- clinics act as if they are not aware of each other, but then attend meetings together to ensure the steady flow of clients. Or, perhaps write something up in HIndi and demand it be signed or you wont get certain paperwork…. LIE about success rates (when you can just check with the Embassies on the real success rates (I love the guaranteed baby program! or the playing with numbers 89% success? Because the Embassy claims (and they seem to have their stuff together,) the stat is actually reversed- 13% bring home a baby, almost 90% loose everything.) That’s why I decided to create my own website, post my 18 month nightmare, and let people see (yes video, audio- just when you thought it was safe to jump from English to Hindi! Pictures, surprise visits that have very interesting results- shocking ones. *NOTE don’t claim a heart attack to a SICU nurse, telemetry monitoring/ interpreting becomes second nature… I have to admit, in a way, I envy this guy, he did bring home a child (but complains?) I may not agree with these practices as stated, but, I would still be grateful. (I say this as I have four websites open on a separate page, perusing for the perfect grave marker/headstone for my little girl (and my partner and I.) Oh, and a surprise is on its way!
        Surrogacy Center India accepted funds to cover the costs of treatment- however never provided that treatment (blaming us, for not being available- 10 days, we sat in our room, waiting.) We had the most expensive egg donation with ICSI I have ever heard of! There is no way to justify keeping our money (subtract what was done and I come up with $19,000 USD.) Or, was the keeping of these funds so that my genetics could be misplaced, creating God knows?
        The real demon- DERMATOLOGIST ANOOP GUPTA, who actually ordered our surrogate have an ELECTIVE caesarian-section at 31.3 weeks. But miraculously, she made it past the traumatizing birth… Never expected to learn that the hospital neglected our baby, postponed necessary treatment, overdosed her (order read: Morphine 0.04% IV administration hourly….. given:Morphine 40.00% IV!) Did you know that India has the highest rate of hospital deaths due to negligent administration of medications? But the real shocker- the translation of the many conversations that began in English, but turned to Hindi. In healthcare, its a common rule that in the presence of a patient, you remain in their language- otherwise problems with trust, mistrust arise. Never had this occur before, so when it happened, that’s how it felt. So, after a few times of this happening, I would switch on my camera and video. It was not until a while later that I got these recordings translated (all I can say is if you are in India, and your in labor- RUN into a field and give birth on your own. Woman did it for quite a long time without the help of such caring professionals!) And if your baby needs to be admitted, avoid MAX HOSPITALS (they are a typical “chain” organization, care only about money first, patient care last.) And if you get stuck, and your in one of their disgusting institutions, make sure you see with your own eyes that a needle is taken out of a package in front of you, that a antiseptic wipe is used when changing IV tubing/ attaching something to piggy-back, SEE WITH YOUR OWN EYES HAND WASHING TAKING PLACE, WITH SOAP, a good rule of thumb, sing Happy Birthday in your head (just the right amount of time.) I will never forget watching a surgeon actually switch on the water with both hands, wet his fingertips and walk away in seconds (not even getting a paper towel out to pretend to dry his hands!)

        • mishtee

          Hi,

          Can I ask where I can find your blog? I also have a horror story created by Dr Shivani and would like to learn more about your experience.

  • this blog is stupid

    and babies never deliver early and die at 26 weeks in USA

    and didn’t I recently read about the couple who carried someone else’s babies as a US doctor transferred the wrong embryos?

    • 1st, love the name….
      2nd, are you in any way involved in the surrogacy world, anywhere?
      3rd, babies deliver late and unfortunately pass, but on the plus side, a UK womans baby that would have been considered medically UN-viable, learned months later the 1gm needed to meet the hospital guidelines where because of a pair of scissors on the scale.
      4th: Mistakes do happen, the material is microscopic- but, that is no excuse! And unfortunately, India has gone way to far this time… Anyone with a computer, and some decent networking skills can post a sign and say “Nobel Prize Winning Infertility Specialist and inventor of the ICSI technique, success rates xxxx- so some regulations are warranted, nobody is watching anybody, and people are getting hurt… You can only push so hard before you ultimately go off the edge.

  • Chris

    Strange article. Sam Everingham is a client of Surrogacy Centre India in New Delhi. The article never mentions this even though Sam seems to intimate a lot of grievances and ethical lapses with the clinic he used, including having to “reduce” several fetuses because he used multiple surrogates to achieve pregnancies. This is horrifying. How can clinics be allowed to do this. It is know that clinics in India can implant 4-5 embryos in each surrogate and if these folks use multiple surrogates what happens to all these fetuses if they just want one child. This is just plain wrong.

    At the end of the article though some Mumbai clinics are mentioned. Why did the journalist feel the need to imply that these clinics are problematic. That’s my takeaway. I think the article is slanderous at best.

    Sam is also the head of a non-profit group that has a conference coming up and one of his guest speakers will be the clinic owner of SCI, the very clinic he implies has some ethical lapses. How the heck does this guy, on the one hand, go public and blast Indian surrogacy clinics but on the otherh hand invite the same principles to his conference as guest speakers? This is unethical beyond belief.

    Sam also,if you look at his site, offers Family Planning Quotes (whatever it’s called) and charges clients $500 for his expertise. This also includes “recommendations” for which clinics to use. In this industry that means he is probably getting some kind of referral fee from these clinics which normally average 10% of the total fees paid by clients.

    I would be very careful working with this group – it seems they have some conflict of interest issues here with their past, present and future business prospects.

    India is out-of-control right now and this is a perfect example of how far the greed has gone.

    • horrible

      where does it say 4-5 embryos were implanted? nice unethical people like this guy working for a non-profit but charging money for consults can say what he likes about a clinic his 2 kids were born at but the doctor never gets to say his side of the story, clinic should sue this idiot, ungrateful sod, india is out of control especially with the number of americans promoting it

      • happy new daddy

        Speaking as an ungrateful American who became a new dad through Indian surrogacy just a month ago… You mention the clinic should sue the idiot (clearly you are either Meg, Margarita, or one of her drones, your comments really are timeless, I especially like how the common theme abruptly changes from way left to the way right side of the issue… Not obvious at all!
        The clinic should sue the ungrateful American? And lets be honest, the Dr always gets to say her side, oh sorry, his side- she specifically boosted sales for the HMA software!

        • Megan Sainsbury

          This doesn’t even make sense, but thanks for attempting abuse us, it didn’t work.

  • Anon

    I am saddened to read that Sam takes such a stance and feels so disgruntled!! For god sake he is aligned with the doctor who gave him the children he would never otherwise of had. He has invited this “unethical” doctor to HIS surrogacy conference. He is a scam – disgraceful!!! Shame on you Sam!!!

  • anon

    Please everyone keep in mind that the media tend to write a story how they want it written, to the angle they want it written regardless of what has been said by the person used for the interview. People do not get pre-approval for articles like these and I know that Sam would definitely NOT have agreed to this article as it is written. I work in the media and know that we spin stories and change facts and ‘quotes’ to suit how we want the story to be portrayed.

    • disgusted

      where exactly do you work? journalistic integrity? nice admission! you sound like an SCI employee!

  • Anon

    Sam should resign from his position as president of surrogacy Australia. Too many conflicts of interest – and clearly not representing the numerous members who PAY for being part of a body that is supposed to represent their views.

  • Paul

    Actually the article ( which is tabloid at its best) talks about the experiences of clients in Delhi, Mumbai AND THE USA. So how can the writer of this blog justify stating ” For what it is worth, a number of these problems originate out of Delhi.” Genetic mis-match in MUMBAI and NICU bills costing over $500,000 USD in the USA??
    That you quote tabloid as fact reflects badly on this blog ;that you mis-report the information as belonging to “Delhi” is pushing your own agenda

  • Anon

    The article never stated that the genetic mismatch occurred in Mumbai. Where are you inferring that? If the two clinics named at the bottom are being falsely accused then it is grounds for a lawsuit.

  • Paul

    The whole thing is a bad article , but here is the reference to Mumbai :
    A Melbourne woman, who does not want to be named, said her husband had to find their surrogate in MUMBAI in 2011 after realising the baby girl they picked up from a hospital was not theirs.

  • Anon

    “A Melbourne woman, who does not want to be named, said..”

    A responsible journalist would not print such a hearsay statement and then later on name two specific clinics. The inference is grounds for a lawsuit. I hope the two clinics sue the hell out of this rag and also Mr. Everingham who probably brought this anecdote to the reporter’s attention.

    • disgusted

      MEG- come on now! Transparency!

  • daddy

    This guy is all over the place? He should thank his stars for what he has. One minute he is thankful, then the next angry? Pick a side of the fence?
    “while 95 per cent of people were happy with their experience, reports of abortions, questionable medical bills and baby mix-ups were increasingly emerging from overseas destinations where commercial surrogacy is legal” I believe this, I learned that A LOT more than 4 embryos where implanted, and I believe a reduction was done (my surro was hospitalized at one point, and as a RN, the diagnosis made no sense to me.) Then, never even told this- my baby girl was born via elective c-s at 31.3, but she had a second baby with her, they estimate the demise in the late 20’s week. We where told singleton, NEVER twins… And the mix-ups, my MD, took so many samples from me in the 5 days I was there, (3-5 daily) I doubt by day five anything was even available. BUT, I supposedly had to do this to make sure a supply remained if IVF failed (made sense) however, being blond, blue, 6″2′, 181, 34, he had me fill out some questionnaires for a study he was doing (which included educational level questions, standardized scores, family history etc… Im curious where the sperm went? Or my 20 embryos? LIke the NJ couple, I pray another couple does not unknowingly have my offspring? Who knows.
    This place though, after over 70 days living there, I got to know ppl, I learned a lot more Hindi/Urdu than expected, and when I spoke with the embassy, the issues I questioned, where not knew, nor the MD. The recklessness of many- not all- is killing a practice that could be saved to help everyone.
    *My baby was sick, and passed on her 62 days of life. I travelled to meet my surrogate, saw her “home” learned what she was compensated, her water supply(no kidding- someone was bm’ing outside her home.) And if she was 36- then I am 16.
    To make is up to me, for having a sick baby- per my MD, he wanted us to remake embryos 50/50 from one donnor, two surrogates, and he claims to be the President of some group? He is a dermatologist? But, he does have pull, they made an error in my name, in several places…. One of his attorneys (if he is an attorney, then I must have the ability to pass their bar.) But he had things post and predated, stamped?
    In our case, he was going to predate the embryos creation, and have a very long pregnancy he said (13.5 months?)
    Now, I am curious, where are people going? Mexico and Thai are what I have heard, tho, I have heard poor things there too…
    Id love a hint….. Adoption is not an option for us, so we are done now?

  • Alicia

    Daddy,

    I’m just stunned reading your comment. Would you elaborate a littel more on your story? Who was this doctor so others can avoid. I am heartbroken, absolutely heartbroken, reading your story. This is horrible.

    • Daddy

      MAX sent me home with a copy of my daughters chart. I am a CLNC, I do chart audits for a living… There is not enough space to share the things I learned…. about my baby, and several other babies (whose charts where mixed in with mine.) INFECTION CONTROL ALERT- if the same nurse is caring for the same 3 patients, and all three have the exact same virus in their lungs…. Once is a coincidence, Two times we are starting to establish a pattern, Three- winner!

  • daddy

    Dr. Anoop Gupta. Snake. He ordered Sarah’s birth. She had issues, but, overall, she got past them, so we place blame on no one. ALthough Max Hospital, was sited for sanitation isses etc the day following her death.
    DELHI IVF- RUN!

    • EAlmond

      Hi – We are currently beginning the process with Dr Gupta and would appreciate your feedback. We had a horrible outcome in Mumbai where we lost our child so we are eager to try again. We have spoken to many agencies and so far his program is intriguing. I would appreciate your experience if possible. Thank you.

      • les

        Be careful with him. Consider Dr Bakshi with international fertility center and also check into New Life. stay away from SCI! we lost 4 at SCI

  • I feel that in every 100th birth their would be few issues like this but with lot of care, I hope we can eradicate these type of problems.

  • HelpSurrogacy

    My husband & I signed a contract with an agency named “Wyzax Surrogacy Consultants” (it also has a
    sister company named “Baby Joy”) in New Delhi, India. We also paid the first installment as the advance payment to this agency to begin the process. In spite of our clear communication multiple
    times that we would be in India for a limited time, the agency was unable to provide
    us with a medically suitable surrogate within the required time-frame, they gave us a couple of surrogates which were either overweight, having double diabetes , thyroid or other problems due to which our IVF doctor rejected them. We reached out to this company stating that we are losing time but they could not find a medically fit surrogate.

    This not only caused us so much trouble & headache but also our treatment cycle was delayed by
    more than a week which impacted a few more things in our lives down the line. We waited as long as we could and this agency still failed to provide the surrogate. If we had waited any longer, this treatment cycle was not possible to fit in within our visit.

    When we asked for a refund, they told us that someone in particular who can make the decision about refund would call us. We waited for 3 days but we never received a single call, so, we called back and when we discussed this over the phone, one of the directors of the agency used very rude and profane language and completely denied any refund. Later, after we engaged local law enforcement, we were somehow able to get only about 50% of the amount we paid initially. We lost half our money for nothing.

    In addition to that, the agency broke multiple terms & conditions from the contract. The agency did not have any surrogacy database but on the contract they mentioned that we can pick and choose surrogates from the database. They were not even able to provide a single healthy surrogate and talk about having a database of pre-screened surrogate. Also, one section in the contract says that if we request a refund, they would issues a refund within 3 days. there were many other irregularities in the contract.

    A word of caution! Do a thorough research on the doctors/clinics before signing up for any medical
    treatment in India especially New Delhi Area and see if you know anyone local there and try to get some opinion before finalizing anything. Most of these clinics/agencies have a single goal – “to make profit” no matter what. We learnt it the hard way , someone later told us that this agency is an expert in such frauds.

    • Nancy

      I am planning to go for surrogacy with the same agency. Do uou think they are not the right people to deal with. By the way, the IVF doctor you consulted was from Baby Joy or some other place? How much they asked for the surrogacy package?

      • Renuka Kanaujia

        We used doctor from another agency as the reputation of the doctors that this clinic was using back then was not good at the time when we employed their services, So, we used a different doctor. The agency was very good w.r.t. everything until the day we paid them the advance of INR 2 lacs. Ever since the day we made this advance payment, we saw their correspondence with us plummeting down ( i.e. late response to our emails, phone calls etc). I don’t quite remember the package cost but I can find that information from old emails if that would be any help to you. We thought as long as we get a healthy surrogate , it’s alright but what happened later on ,is already posted on the thread.

        I would personally not recommend this agency. The language and threats the agency owners (Jagatjeet and Inderpreet) used when we ask for a refund was beyond our lowest expectation. We had to get help from local police to get some refund and we still lost significant amount.

        You can email me at renuka.kanaujia@gmail.com or call me at +91-740-600-1144 if you need any further information.

  • We Care India

    hi.. I read your post but its not true that every treatment clinic does the same thing..may be its 10 out 4 couples facing that issue but not everyone..its not for those couple who want IVF treatment in india.

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  • Katalina

    Blinded by possible happiness couples sometimes forget about safety precautions in such cases. In the state of Tabasco surrogacy program is conducted not only for traditional families, but also for representatives of sexual minorities, the carriers of the AIDS virus/HIV and patients with viral hepatitis. Yes, this is Mexico, and Thailand. Surrogate mothers who are in the program, unfortunately, are not always checked properly. Not in all cases, they undergo a medical examination and testing. It entails a variety of diseases, mutations in the unborn child, complications GS/childbirth, and much more. Any legally working and self-respecting clinic will never allow such violations. Of course, in Mexico you can save a few thousand dollars. Here surrogacy can be offered for 7-8 thousand dollars. But it is only visual side of the payments. They will also propose you to pay extra fees. But, as we all know, saving money,
    we don’t get always a qualitative result. And especially when it comes to health and life of your future, the long-awaited child. Experts always warn those who are going in the centers of reproductive medicine – beware and do not buy low cost medical services! To earn money on the problems of infertile people, as the state of Tabasco does, the law does not legally prohibit. But, don’t let it do with you. There is a list of tests that a surrogate mother must do before engaging in the program. The observance of all norms and rules is your extra guarantee that the child will be in good conditions for 9 months.

    • Daddy

      This place though, after over 70 days living there, I got to know ppl, I learned a lot more Hindi/Urdu than expected, and when I spoke with the embassy, the issues I questioned, where not knew, nor the MD. The recklessness of many- not all- is killing a practice that could be saved to help everyone.
      *My baby was sick, and passed on her 62 days of life. I travelled to meet my surrogate, saw her “home” learned what she was compensated, her water supply(no kidding- someone was bm’ing outside her home.) And if she was 36- then I am 16.
      To make is up to me, for having a sick baby- per my MD, he wanted us to remake embryos 50/50 from one donnor, two surrogates, and he claims to be the President of some group? He is a dermatologist? But, he does have pull, they made an error in my name, in several places…. One of his attorneys (if he is an attorney, then I must have the ability to pass their bar.) But he had things post and predated, stamped?
      In our case, he was going to predate the embryos creation, and have a very long pregnancy he said (13.5 months?)
      Now, I am curious, where are people going? Mexico and Thai are what I have heard, tho, I have heard poor things there too…
      Id love a hint….. Adoption is not an option for us, so we are done now?

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  • Daddy

    This guy is all over the place? He should thank his stars for what he has. One minute he is thankful, then the next angry? Pick a side of the fence?
    “while 95 per cent of people were happy with their experience, reports of abortions, questionable medical bills and baby mix-ups were increasingly emerging from overseas destinations where commercial surrogacy is legal” I believe this, I learned that A LOT more than 4 embryos where implanted, and I believe a reduction was done (my surro was hospitalized at one point, and as a RN, the diagnosis made no sense to me.) Then, never even told this- my baby girl was born via elective c-s at 31.3, but she had a second baby with her, they estimate the demise in the late 20’s week. We where told singleton, NEVER twins… And the mix-ups, my MD, took so many samples from me in the 5 days I was there, (3-5 daily) I doubt by day five anything was even available. BUT, I supposedly had to do this to make sure a supply remained if IVF failed (made sense) however, being blond, blue, 6″2′, 181, 34, he had me fill out some questionnaires for a study he was doing (which included educational level questions, standardized scores, family history etc… Im curious where the sperm went? Or my 20 embryos? LIke the NJ couple, I pray another couple does not unknowingly have my offspring? Who knows.
    This place though, after over 70 days living there, I got to know ppl, I learned a lot more Hindi/Urdu than expected, and when I spoke with the embassy, the issues I questioned, where not knew, nor the MD. The recklessness of many- not all- is killing a practice that could be saved to help everyone.
    *My baby was sick, and passed on her 62 days of life. I travelled to meet my surrogate, saw her “home” learned what she was compensated, her water supply(no kidding- someone was bm’ing outside her home.) And if she was 36- then I am 16.
    To make is up to me, for having a sick baby- per my MD, he wanted us to remake embryos 50/50 from one donnor, two surrogates, and he claims to be the President of some group? He is a dermatologist? But, he does have pull, they made an error in my name, in several places…. One of his attorneys (if he is an attorney, then I must have the ability to pass their bar.) But he had things post and predated, stamped?
    In our case, he was going to predate the embryos creation, and have a very long pregnancy he said (13.5 months?)
    Now, I am curious, where are people going? Mexico and Thai are what I have heard, tho, I have heard poor things there too…
    Id love a hint….. Adoption is not an option for us, so we are done now?

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