Can women without a uterus use a surrogate?

No, in Spain surrogacy is prohibited. That is to say, a woman, who for some reason cannot use her own womb to carry a pregnancy to term, cannot have the eggs resulting from the fertilization of her eggs with her partnerís semen implanted in the uterus of another woman who has a uterus where the pregnancy could be carried to term. Spanish legislation expressly prohibits this practice.