Postpartum is also known as the fourth trimester, and it can be a time of mixed emotions for all women, including surrogates. One of the biggest perks of being a surrogate is that you can deliver your surro baby, and then go home from the hospital and rest in peace. All of the newborn care falls on the intended parents, and the surrogate is home with her own children. But this does not mean that surrogates don’t experience postpartum woes and depression. See our guides on how to navigate the postpartum weeks and months.
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