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21 July 2010

Being a surrogate mom

Carrying a baby full-term for someone else – could you do this?

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Could you carry a baby full-term and go through the delivery for someone else?  Surrogacy is a gift, but it's a gift that takes a lot of consideration. 

Pregnancy itself is not always a walk in the park, but with surrogacy there's the business of in vitro fertilisation to be taken into account, and then the moment when you have to hand the baby over.

Clearly, surrogacy is not a simple decision.  Find out what others think about this act of giving, and have your say.

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Surrogacy: the truth

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(Joanne Hart, Health24, July 2010)

 
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