biological mother


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A woman who carries a baby to term and delivers it
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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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One parent noted it was important to "sit down, talk with them and reassure them that there is somebody out there for them." A biological mother declared that she was a role model for her son because she was living proof that that he could lead a normal life despite his HIV status: "He has to find someone, and I'm quite sure he will find someone that will accept him because he can see that I found someone that I married that accepted me and my kids, so that is possible."
The child was handed over outside Tymbou airport on Wednesday after the authorities there examined an application for her return to the biological mother. According to daily 'Kibris', the mother returned to Ankara after securing the child.
Mother's biological mother ever (spent/spend) time in jail
In January, the child's biological mother received a call from her ex-husband telling her to come to hospital as Maya had fallen off her bicycle and hit her head on a wall.
Felicia also said her biological mother gave birth to her in Fort Lauderdale in January 1985 when she went to stay with close friends who later went on to adopt her.
Both the biological mother and father consented to this application.
Sasha Ruseva, the Bulgarian biological mother of the blond girl Maria, found in a Roma camp in Greece, is threatening to commit suicide if the social services take her children away.
While police believe the girl was abducted at birth, the couple claims she was given up by her biological mother because she could not raise her.
She spent 10 years looking for her biological mother and eventually tracked her down with the help of a television production team.
She has never known her biological mother, Cecelia, except that she had once been a nun in the convent.
SAKARYA (CyHAN)- A Turkish girl who was taken away from her mother and given to a German family seven years ago in Germany was reunited with her biological mother on Wednesday in the Turkish province of Sakarya.

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