More and more couples are opting for surrogacy babies

@allknowing (73382)
India
July 2, 2017 12:19am CST
It is not just the unmarried nor those who cannot conceive even normal women are opting for surrogacy babies the reason being they want their bodies to remain in ship shape condition. Their partners want it that way too. Would you opt for surrogacy babies even when you are normal and can conceive? Here is a story of a surrogacy baby who is now 28 years old
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@mandala100 (53745)
• Hong Kong
2 Jul 17
I'll beter ask my wife about this.
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@allknowing (73382)
• India
2 Jul 17
I just added something more in my post so that you know of the implications besides taking permission from your wife
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@atoz1to10 (6815)
• Australia
2 Jul 17
But as a husband, do you prefer to have your wife carrying your baby or do you want someone else to carrying the baby for her?
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@mandala100 (53745)
• Hong Kong
3 Jul 17
@atoz1to10 I prefer my own my friend.
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@blitzfrick (2911)
• United States
2 Jul 17
Well it's a new world we live in, isn't it? I'm not sure what I'd do, if I had it to do over. I had some troubles with my first child, and very few with my second. Both were C-section babies because it was discovered, after 24hrs' labor with the first, that my pelvis is malformed and normal delivery was impossible. I was 19yrs old at the time. If I'd had all the options available today, I still—even at my age now—have no idea what my decision(s) would have been.
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@allknowing (73382)
• India
2 Jul 17
It is quite tempting for those who do not want to go through those nine months of waiting and likely complications.
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• United States
2 Jul 17
@allknowing Yes I totally understand. However, morning sickness and all the rest aside, there's nothing quite like feeling that baby moving around inside you.
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@allknowing (73382)
• India
2 Jul 17
@blitzfrick That's what these couples would give up and give more weightage to that which they would not have to go through.
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@prashu228 (25517)
• India
2 Jul 17
why not i would like to ..will be saved from all the unnecessary pain..
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@allknowing (73382)
• India
2 Jul 17
But you will miss that little one playing football in our stomach (lol)
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@prashu228 (25517)
• India
2 Jul 17
@shaynas (5527)
• India
2 Jul 17
I think I wouldn't have. Making your own baby is special feeling , I can't trade it for anything.
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@jstory07 (72481)
• Roseburg, Oregon
2 Jul 17
No I would much rather have the baby myself.
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@atoz1to10 (6815)
• Australia
2 Jul 17
I think I will prefer to carry my own baby... You don't know what's it like to feel a human growing inside you, day after day, week after week, and month after month... This is the time when mum and child bonding with each other... Also the love you have for your other half... To me, it's a miracle...
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@allknowing (73382)
• India
2 Jul 17
Good to see some nice little girls here.
@atoz1to10 (6815)
• Australia
2 Jul 17
@allknowing thank you
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@Tampa_girl7 (27614)
• United States
3 Jul 17
I'm glad that I had my son the old fashioned way
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@allknowing (73382)
• India
3 Jul 17
The world is changing.
@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
3 Jul 17
I think I would have my own blood baby.
@DianneN (92603)
• United States
3 Jul 17
No way. I had no problems conceiving nor giving birth.