Surrogate mothers have no right over the resulting child and she only gets compensated for the services she has provided to the intended parents. the intended parents are the ultimate caretakers of the resulting child since intended parents' eggs and sperms are used to create embryos to implant into the surrogate's uterus.
No. Surrogate mothers cannot keep the baby. This will be an illegal and ethically wrong towards the intended parents who have opted for the procedure. So, couples need not worry about the same because they will have legal rights on the child.
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