There was hope, however, when Meghan’s mother, 54-year-old Mary Arnold, discovered she could carry a baby for her daughter, who is now 30 weeks pregnant with her grandson.
Meghan, 28, who lives in Tasmania, Australia, said: ‘My mum and I went to see a doctor and found out I had rheumatoid arthritis. MrkH ‘, which means I was born without a uterus, so I will never have a period..It also means that I will never carry a child, however I had working ovaries so I could have a biological child with the help of a surrogate.”.
After marrying Clyde in 2015, Megan knew she could rent a womb to carry her baby, and in January 2019, a volunteer in Canada named Alison, through an agency, found Megan pregnant in December 2019 — but a few months later doctors discovered that the baby Sick and won’t survive.About this moment Megan said: “Everyone felt sad, and then I gave up. Then as soon as the epidemic started, travel abroad was banned, so I felt like everything became impossible.”
But her mother, Mary, volunteered to carry her baby to ease her daughter’s grief. After legal advice, medical examinations and psychiatric evaluations, doctors said the mother could carry her grandson..
Megan when she was young with her mother
Megan and her husband