Hey. I have struggled with infertility through my married life as well. Seeing this post, I don't feel as alone in my struggle as I used to, even though my supportive, comforting husband was right there beside me. A lot of the times, when struggling with conceiving, I felt a huge amount of pressure on myself. I was paranoid even when I went to the doctor, and then I found out that it may be nearly impossible for me to have a baby. She made it clear that there was nearly no chance of me conceiving, especially without an IVF attempt. Doctors put me through the IVF procedure and the thing I was most worried about; the hormone injections. I have had really really bad experiences with hormone therapies and would recommend that you avoid them as much as possible. I would feel really uncomfortable and it had really bad results as side effects. I can't imagine how hard it must be on the husband when it comes to not being able to help in the conception. If you are going for surrogacy, like I did as well, I will commend you on the fact that you're on the right track. It took us a while to figure out which country would be the best in that regard and it seems like it was an obvious choice for you. We used a Ukrainian clinic for surrogacy twice and it was a great place in both instances. I hope that things work out the same way for you too, and you have a beautiful family. best wishes to you!