Surrogate Anxiety: Women Deeply Upset By Process, Study Says
The National Post :
Their key role in the arcane world of surrogate motherhood has received relatively little scientific examination, but it turns out surrogates are often deeply upset by the process, a new Canadian case study suggests.
Women who get pregnant for others frequently suffer separation anxiety and depression when they have to hand over the newborn to the would-be parents, researchers at a Vancouver fertility clinic report. Some also become angry when their contact with the parents is limited.