13 June 2011

Well, there's recycling... and then there's...

Mrs Ottosson, who runs a lighting business in Nottingham, said: "My daughter and I are both very rational people and we both think ‘it’s just a womb’."

"She needs it more than me. I’ve had two daughters so it’s served me well."
Hmmm... this sounds, to me anyway, like a "mountain to Mohammed" kinda deal.

Wouldn't it be easier & safer for everybody concerned... if mom volunteered to be a surrogate instead of a donor?


canadianna said...

I'm almost 45 and I had my 4th baby at 30. I can't imagine going through it again all these years later. She's older and it's been longer for her.
Also, if (many years from now) my two daughters decide they want to be mothers, I would hope they get to experience pregnancy and childbirth.
It's a bit odd but I hope it works out.

Neo Conservative said...

i get what you're saying but i read a book recently about a relatively young woman who had a heart transplant. turns out she was so miserable with all the side effects from the anti-rejection drugs, she said, if she had to choose again, she wouldn't do it.

also you've just gotta wonder what those drugs will do to a developing baby.

my two cents.