I’m a new member to the list of CC survivors here. What doesn’t kill us will make us stronger! So keep up the positivity everyone.
I recently completed chemo/radio treatment and really keen to start embarking on the surrogacy road. I agreed to radio/chemo treatment to minimise the chances of CC returning after my radical tract operation a week after my wedding in Sept 15. The sacrifice was my fertility. Like most of you, the outburst of tears and disappointment is because we had to make the right choice and not necessarily the choice we wanted.
As much as i was devastated at 33 i will not be able to have any children, the promise of grand children to my 70 yr old parents was now a lie, my husband stood by me at every stage. It would be rude to complain anymore over something I don’t have.
But with successful IVF and embryo freezing before my treatment, the hope of our own children is still around.
I have read up lots on surrogacy and wondered if anyone has experienced the journey before? Which agency did you join?
I am also very happy to share my diagnosis and treatment journey with anyone. I’ve gone from telling my family via flash cards to casually openly talking about it. I’ve just signed up to Let’s meet @ London.
Grateful for any Surrogacy advice.
Support to those who is going through treatment an dealing with diagnosis.