Everyone has read the story or seen parts on
the news, of the woman who had 8 children all at once.
And then as Paul Harvey said, then there is the
rest of the story... which I don't think we have
all of the facts yet.
First to come out was this woman has 6, yes 6!!!
children already! Of which the youngest of the
bunch at home is twins and they are 2.
There is talk of the ethic of this birth. They
are talking about how the Drs. chose to let
her go with the 8 as well, as with putting 8 eggs
in her ..in the first place.
My take on it is, it should be considered unethical
because the Dr. gave her any at all. She should not
have had this treatment. She had 6 children at home.
No need for an infertility treatment. Especially with
the youngest ones being twins. And they are only 2
And then today, there was rumors of how she has had
this treatment each time she had children. So we are
talking 5 different times. Just how many times does
a woman have these types of treatments? Isn't two
enough? Where is the ethics on having 6? Even if
she only had one each time?
WHY so many this time, she obviously took the other
5 times with ease.
And we haven't even gotten to the support of these
children. We hear remarks from grandparents but
where is the father?
And then there is rumors of a remark that she (the
mother) loves to be pregnant, and wants all the children
she can possibly have. Nothing about motherhood and etc.
But shouldn't they had her going in for a psycho evaluation?
Instead of a infertility treatment? For God's sake, her body
hasn't even got over the twins yet. And the Doctor went with
another treatment in 15 months of the last one? I would really
question not only her motives, but the doctors as well.
How much more is to come on this story?
And being she and the doctors decided this... I sure
hope when it comes to financial support, she and the
doctors can do that... because I don't think society
should have to pay for their greed. And having
more than the 6, was greed.
Slightly Wet, Quiet Saturday AM in Selle
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