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The term surrogacy means that another woman gives birth to a child for a couple where the woman is unable to conceive and carry a baby and another woman does so for her. The woman who gives birth is called a surrogate mother. Types of surrogacy are straight surrogacy and host surrogacy. A surrogate mother conceives by intrauterine insemination or in vitro fertilization. People opt for surrogacy if they have had recurrent miscarriages or if the woman is unable to conceive due to fertility problems.
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