Translation of surrogate mother in Spanish:

surrogate mother

madre suplente, n.

noun

  • 1

    (in childbearing)
    madre suplente feminine
    madre de alquiler feminine
    • The baby was born through a surrogate mother and is eight weeks old.
    • Most are born through traditional surrogacy - the surrogate mother conceives using her own egg after being artificially inseminated with the sperm of the intended father.
    • Genetic material was transferred from the adult cell to the egg, which grew into an embryo and was implanted in a surrogate mother.
    • Sadly, that pregnancy failed, but the surrogate mother became pregnant a second time and cameras follow the event.
    • I once offered to be a surrogate mother for my sister
    • This means the surrogate mother can be regarded as having received donated gametes to conceive.
    • The identity of the surrogate mother, the woman who had carried the baby to term for the couple, was not disclosed in deference to her wish.
    • Many cannot afford to pay their surrogate mother's expenses, let alone the cost of in vitro fertilisation or artificial insemination procedures in a clinic.
    • The fertilised ovum was then implanted in the womb of the surrogate mother.
    • And, from the point of view of the commissioning mother, it is not known how the involvement of the surrogate mother will affect her security in her mothering role.
    • The child born through surrogacy should have the right to know the identity of the surrogate mother.
    • A surrogate mother in Phoenix, Arizona has given birth to quintuplets by caesarean section.
    • The scientists said they had shown it was possible to produce a full-term pregnancy in which the surrogate mother was also the nuclear donor.
    • The surrogate mother must therefore register the baby to whom she has given birth in the normal way.
    • If cancer has left you unable to become pregnant, a surrogate mother may be able to carry the baby.
    • Five more embryos were implanted into a single surrogate mother.
    • The reconstituted embryos are extremely fragile, and transferring them to the uterus of the surrogate mother who is to carry them to term is a matter of great difficulty.
    • His next production will be the twins he and his partner are expecting this fall, via a surrogate mother.
    • He's left idly speculating that his resemblance to his adoptive father isn't evidence that he was the product of his adoptive father with a surrogate mother.
    • The cell is then treated in an activation medium that allows it to develop into an embryo to be implanted in a surrogate mother's womb.