NEW DELHI, Dec 26 — Most fertility clinics choose only women who are already mothers to be surrogates because they would understand what is physically involved, and at the same time will be less emotionally attached to the babies they are paid to bear.
But for all that careful planning, there are still cases where a mother pines for the baby after handing it over to the genetic parents.
Ramila Solanki, a 27-year-old domestic helper in Anand, whose case was reported in The Indian Express, is a typical surrogate mother.
Before she put her thumb print on the contract and collected 250,000 rupees...
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The Malaysian Insider December 2009