Same-sex couple shares carrying baby

The Texas couple used an IVF treatment that allowed both women to carry the now-5-month-old baby at different points in the pregnancy, the first couple to do so. ABC News' Lynda Lopez reports.
1:42 | 10/30/18

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Switching gears to another remarkable story involving a baby but this is no ordinary baby five month old Stetson Coulter hasn't made history literally. By just being born. Meet Stetson Coulter the first baby ever to be carried by two different women islands wanted to have a child I wanted to be pregnant for so long and so fat. When his parents Ashley and bliss decided to have a baby. They knew they both wanted to be part of the birth process but they weren't sure that was even possible obviously asking to win and we are not happening this happen at the Texas coupled turns to a fertility specialist he used a pioneering treatment called effortless IVF. Which allowed both women to carry Stetson at different points in the pregnancy bliss went dizzy stimulation of growth race in the egg harvests. Bliss is eggs were combined with donor sperm and transferred into a device called in in those cell. The in those cell was placed in bliss is body for five days for fertilization. Then the embryo was transferred to actually who carried steps in for the remainder of the pregnancy. That there really special over the we've Graham bond is our hair. I'll baby. Fast and one other couple has already given birth to a baby using the same process. And it actually M bliss decide to give Stetson a sibling they have two additional frozen embryos that they could use in the same way. Unless of course they want to use Ashley's eggs the next. Time if I was in such a situation it would and a woman I would have been the one that say I'll take the first part the first item hey I don't have to deal with labor because that's half it doesn't seem like that it lifting ago although it's not quite the me first to representative of the that's an awesome story.

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