I was diagnosed with MRKH (Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser) Syndrome when I was 17 years old. The nitty gritty of this disorder: I was born without a uterus. Thus, I was born without the ability to carry a child of my own. My husband and I have all the other requirements to become parents: eggs, sperm, stability, and a HUGE desire! All we need now is a womb to hold our future (hopefully) offspring! I hope to use this blog to record our journey; I know it won’t be easy!

Feel free to email me at whycantwedothistheeasyway@gmail.com if you have any personal questions!

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  1. Hey there, I have just found your blog and as a fellow MRKHer who is just starting the surrogacy process I am thrilled to have found you! There aren’t enough MRKH blogs out there!
    I am about to read all the way through your journey 🙂

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