Chloe had always wanted to be a mum – but at 16 she was diagnosed as having Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) Syndrome and told she would never be able to carry a baby.
Chloe from Essex had always wanted to be a mum so it came as a complete shock to be given the news aged 16 that she had a rare medical condition – which meant that, although she had ovaries capable of producing eggs, she had no womb.
Amanda underwent a hysterectomy after diagnosis with endometrial cancer. With the help of a surrogate, she is now mum to Effie and Jude.
Parenthood can be achieved in many different ways. Our Pathways to Parenthood Fayre allows you to explore the options including fertility treatment with egg or sperm donation, surrogacy, fostering and adoption.