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redqueen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jun-26-07 06:19 PM
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52. They may not have intended to, but that is what they did...
and they did it fully aware of the risks it posed to both the mother and all the children. No, you can't control it, but fertility treatments do indeed increase the risks of the mom becoming pregnant with a litter of babies. You can control that, and they *chose* not to. It's a monumentally stupid choice.

I don't see the point in starting another discussion in this thread. This one is about the irresponsible practices going on in fertility treatments. Maybe you could find an overpopulation thread to rant about evil DUers and their awful opinions in? :shrug:
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