This Baby May Look ‘Normal’ But He’s Actually The Very First Of His Kind
“I wasn’t ready to hear it; I couldn’t take it in. I thought that this means that I’ll never be able to carry a child of my own – but that is what women are made for. It felt so unfair. I loved kids and babies, and I wanted to know what I had done to deserve this. I felt so alone.”
That was until she met 40-year-old Nilsson, a competitive golfer who was ro later become the father of her baby boy. Nilsson wouldn’t take no for an answer when it came to becoming a father. Together the couple discussed many alternative methods such as adoption and surrogacy but then they heard of this new method being introduced.
Stenberg signed up to participate in a project taking place at Gothenburg University. The nine women involved in this pioneering project were given the wombs of other women.