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AVAILABLE: Traditional or gestational
Categories: GS or TS Seeking IPs
Ad Number: 10791
Date Posted: 09/10/2017
Contact: Danielle
South Paris , ME 04281
USA
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Hi there,

The following is a short list of my benefits and
potential drawbacks as a TS or GS, so we are on
the same page before we get any further in the
process.


Benefits:

I just had my first amazing experience as a
Traditional surrogate and gave birth to a little girl
for her wonderful parents in August. Looking to
help another family in about a year from now!

Being a mom is the greatest gift in my life. I have
three children (9 years old and twins 2 years and
3 months) a supportive husband, and I feel that
my family is complete. I struggled with my own
infertility with conceiving my twins, so I do not
take my ability to carry my children in relatively
healthy, full-term pregnancies, for granted.

I am very healthy and strong. I'm a fitness
professional (a career switch after being an
English teacher), so taking care of my body is a
top priority.

I have already carried my twins to full-term (37.5
weeks), so I know my body is capable of carrying
multiples.

I'm very open to frequent communication
throughout the process. I want you involved as
much as possible.

I'm well educated and have two degrees from the
University of Maine. I used my love of learning to
do extensive research on health during pregnancy
during my pregnancies.


I am willing to travel and flexible to meet any of
your requirements, including dietary requests.

I would like to provide breastmilk via pumping and
shipping to you for at least the first 6 months.


Potential drawback:
My obstetrician has cleared me, and multiple
clinics have still accepted me as a surrogate
despite this, but I had cholestasis of my liver in
the last few weeks of both my pregnancies.
responded very well to medication (ursodiol) and
there is no additional risk to myself or the babies.

I did not develop this condition in my most recent
surrogate pregnancy.

Please let me know if you have any questions!

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