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Australia Aussie baby's birth in Canada leaves couple with $120,000 debt

02:15  10 november  2019
02:15  10 november  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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A northern Sydney couple has been left with a A$120,000 debt to a Canadian hospital after their son was born via surrogate six weeks early.© 9News A northern Sydney couple has been left with a A$120,000 debt to a Canadian hospital after their son was born via surrogate six weeks early.

A northern Sydney couple has been left with a A$120,000 debt to a Canadian hospital after their son was born via surrogate six weeks early.

Ellice Mol and Rhys McGowan knew their path to parenthood would be tougher than most. Ellice has cystic fibrosis and in 2012 underwent a double lung transplant.

After suffering an episode of rejection after the transplant, she was told it would be too dangerous for her to carry a baby to term.

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The couple started looking into surrogacy, and unable to find anyone in their immediate social circle to help, they were advised to try Canada.

That country has similar surrogacy laws to Australia, but has better networks to connect potential surrogates with future parents.

By chance, they were introduced through friends to Canadian birth doula and photographer Kendal Blacker, who – after chatting to Rhys and Ellice over Skype – agreed to act as their surrogate.

"There was a connection immediately," Ellice said.

"And now we're family."

a hand holding a baby© 9News

Ellice and Rhys were able to create their own embryos here in Australia, and transport them overseas, where they watched via Skype as one was implanted in Kendal's womb. Two weeks later they received the happy news on Christmas Day.

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"It was just the best Christmas present ever to find out that she was pregnant," Ellice said.

"She sent us a video of the pregnancy test and I just cried and cried and cried with joy."

Halfway through the pregnancy, Kendal developed a complication that meant the baby – who they'd already nicknamed the Tiny Traveller – would have to be delivered via caesarian.

This preexisting condition meant that Ellice and Rhys were unable to get travel insurance for their unborn child.

a woman holding a baby: This pre-existing condition meant that Ellice and Reece were unable to get travel insurance for their unborn child.© 9News This pre-existing condition meant that Ellice and Reece were unable to get travel insurance for their unborn child.

And although he would be a Canadian citizen, he wasn't a resident, and therefore wasn't eligible for Canadian Medicare either.

In the end, baby Frankie came six weeks early – and not without drama. Frankie was having trouble breathing because his tiny lungs hadn't yet developed properly.

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He was sent to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to build his strength.

"We just rolled with it," Rhys said.

"Nothing went to plan throughout the whole journey so far, so we just decided to surrender to it, and be there for him and focus on his health."

Rhys and Ellice knew that each day in the NICU was costing them around A$15,000.

"We were trying to gently advocate for a release as soon as he was ready to go, but obviously we didn't want to rush it and put his health at risk," Rhys said.

"It was stressful, but again it's offset by this little bundle of joy who's just staring at you lovingly.

"To make eye contact with him and to get to hold him and nurse him is just the most beautiful thing."

By the time Frankie was released, the couple had clocked up a debt of $120,000.

They're now on a long-term payment plan, but the couple has also started a GoFundMe page to try and repay their debt to the hospital that kept their baby boy alive.

But they said wouldn't change a thing.

"I just look back and remember how sad I felt, and how it took a while for us to get our heads around it," Ellice said.

"But yes today, it's a completely different feeling and everything we've been through has just made us so much stronger and more resilient."

And despite his rough start, their Tiny Traveller is already proving what a strong little fighter he is.

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