If you mean that it is the process of natural childbirth that scares you (the need to endure suffering for a long time, pain, fear of rupture, etc.), then you can try to agree on a planned cesarean section. Of course, this option is also not without drawbacks, but some are preferable to natural childbirth.
From childhood until about 20 years old, I myself did not want to give birth. I always thought to take the child for adoption, if the future spouse would not mind, but she got married and gave birth herself of her own free will. The options are really limited in such a situation - either to take the child for adoption (who was just born, for example, but the parents have already abandoned him), or to resort to the help of a surrogate mother. There is nothing terrible in such a situation, it is hardly necessary to turn to any "head" doctor here. After all, the reasons for this are different - the girl does not want to spoil her figure in the coming years, but she wants to have a baby in the near future, fear of pain during childbirth and in general there are a lot of good reasons
Adopt or pay a surrogate mother. Although a healthier option is to go to a therapist and understand what it really means and what caused this "you absolutely do not want to give birth."