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The rise of ‘social surrogacy': The women choosing careers or their bodies over carrying babies

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It used to be that surrogacy was considered an option exclusively for infertile couples, but it appears more and more women are doing it for less medically urgent reasons.According to Elle Magazine, ‘social surrogacy’ is on the rise, with mothers choosing not to carry their baby themselves in order not to upset their work life or ‘ruin’ their bodies.’I call these cases designer surrogacy,’ said San Diego-based fertility doctor Lorni Arnold, whose patients have included a socialite ‘who didn’t want to get fat’ and a runner about to do a marathon.To have or not to have: ‘Social surrogacy’ is on the rise, with more and more mothers choosing not to carry their baby themselves in order not to upset their work life or ‘ruin’ their bodiesDr Arnold explained that pregnancy can also be a financial hindrance to women, since it can mean a months-long pause in their career.’Some women work right up to the moment they deliver, but others can be bedridden for several months,’ she said.

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