biological mother


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A woman who carries a baby to term and delivers it

biological mother

A woman whose ovum was fertilized and became a fetus. This term does not apply to a woman who provided the uterus for the gestation of a fertilized ovum obtained from a donor.
See: birth mother; surrogate parenting
See also: mother
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The biological mother of a 22-year-old daughter who felt her daughter wanted to have children shared this sentiment:
The post Abducted child returned to biological mother appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
the Alberta Court of Appeal addressed parentage within the context of assisted reproductive technologies, and granted parentage to a non-biological parent, along with the biological mother and the biological father.
We have prejudices against the biological mother," she explains, "who most of the time is a victim.
Yaman was then given to a Christian foster family and her biological mother was deported to Turkey.
I wanted to meet my biological mother when I was 16 - she had been caught cat-burgling a house and had jumped over a wall.
The biological mother of a child will be the child's legal guardian unless she is under the age of 18 and unmarried at the time of the child's birth (s 19).
Results reveal that more frequent contact with the biological mother was marginally associated with lower levels of depression and significantly associated with lower externalising problem behaviours.
Christa is survived by her fiance, Richard Wessell; her mother, Juanita (Parsons) Loggie; her biological mother, Lula Giaffo; two brothers, Kevin Loggie and his wife Cathy Cronin-Loggie of Worcester and John Fizel of Las Vegas, NV; a sister, Kimberly Lamb and her husband James of Plover, WI; two nieces, Opal and Hailee Cronin-Loggie of Worcester; a nephew, Christopher Lamb; many aunts and uncles.
FRENCH SUPREME COURT ENFORCES GEORGIA STATE COURT'S ADOPTION ORDER THAT GAVE PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY TO BOTH FRENCH ADOPTIVE MOTHER AND AMERICAN BIOLOGICAL MOTHER BECAUSE IT DOES NOT CONFLICT WITH FRENCH LAW OR FRENCH PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC POLICY

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