A surrogate mother is a woman who is pregnant with a baby and then gives it to someone else after its birth. The woman is often not the biological mother of the baby; a fertilised egg from another woman has been placed inside her. In a sense she ‘lends’ her womb out as a kind of incubator in which the baby can grow. Surrogacy poses a lot of ethical dilemmas.
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