- Anonymous2 weeks ago
the egg donor would be considered the biological mother. Part of the child's DNA will come from the biological mother.
However, from a social standpoint, the child's mother is the one who raises and cares for the child.
- SmegheadLv 74 weeks ago
"Real mother" is not a scientifically defined term. You have to explain what you mean by that if you want anything like an intelligent answer.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Nope. The one that raises the egg is.
There was a expose' where a lion had a striped Leopard. It was one of its cubs and protected it from other lions. It was an experiment to see what would happen.
- ZirpLv 74 weeks ago
No, just the genetic one.
She is the one that undergoes a horrible hormone-treatment, not the one who risks her life giving birth, and in most jurisdictions not the legal mother
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- keerokLv 74 weeks ago
Real is a highly relative term.
The egg donor is the biological mother. If the fertilized egg is grown on another female, that would be the surrogate mother. A woman who legally acquires the child of another is an adoptive mother. The mother who cares, raises and puts her life at risk for her child is the real one.
- DixonLv 74 weeks ago
It depends what you mean by real mother. Traditionally the biological mother and the caregiver who raises a child are the same person. Which one of those roles you consider to be "real" will determine who you think the real mother is.
- 4 weeks ago
yes , egg donor is real mother.
- PetterLv 74 weeks ago
Yes, of course. That's where the genes comes from (plus the father).