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 Octuplets mother Nadya Suleman told in confessional interview that her childhood left her feeling a lack of “self and identity. (view cinema interviews of Nadya at technologos webcinema chronicles )http://www.xmail.net/technologos/AnnaS1.html
I didn’t feel as though, when I was a child, I had much control of my environment. I felt powerless. And that gave me a sense of predictability. Reflecting back on my childhood, I know it wasn’t functional. It was pretty dysfunctional, and whose isn’t?” Nadya’s obsession with having kids comes from her dysfunctional upbringing. “Dad wanted four or five kids but Mum didn’t want any because she had grown up with abuse. I am done having children now. My family is complete and I would not change anything.  It is going to be a lot more challenging with the extra children  but we all do that we know best”.  Actress  Angelina Jollie poses being pregnant with twins could be a provocativeoctuplets role model for Nadya Suleman’s pregnancy as this

twin belly vision a week before she was giving birth to her octuplets . She rebutted claims that she had undergone plastic surgery to look like Angelina.
“It’s weird, my face always swells up before and after I have
children. I’m 5ft 6in and normally weigh about 8 1/2 stones, but my weight doubled to 17 1/2 stones when I was pregnant with octuplets’ view grotesque impregnated Nadya belly images with posing pregnant Angelina.
octomomangelinaoctupletsdockidsoctupletsNadya Suleman, who gave birth to the octuplets Jan. 26, also identified the clinic involved, West Coast IVF in Beverly Hills.
Ann Curry on the interview with Nadya:  We did not offer her any money or offer her any deals. She did not get paid for anything. Nadya Suleman tells us that she wanted to go on camera to tell her story because she was hearing all the criticism and even death threats against her. NB Nadya Suleman has received hate mail and death threats through her new website thenadyasulemanfamily.com
Nadya Suleman said one doctor helped her conceive all 14 of her children.
KTLA-TV of Los Angeles on Monday aired video it shot in 2006 of Dr. Michael Kamrava from the clinic treating Suleman and discussing the implantation process.Kamrava is a well-known fertility specialist who pioneered a method for implanting embryos directly into the uterine lining. Dr. Kamrava, director of West Coast Infertility Medical Clinic, Inc., is an internationally recognized leader in the field of in vitro fertilization (IVF). His work, alongside close associates and peers worldwide, has resulted in breakthrough technology that has revolutionized IVF, reducing risks to both the mother and child, and also reducing the costs of IVF. He has developed the “Embryo Implantation” that eliminates tubal pregnancies and prevents embryos from falling of the uterus at time of embryo replacement
Nadya Suleman was pregnant with twins at the time.
During the interview, the expectant mother talked openly about IVF, including how she was skeptical at first.
“I was slightly pessimistic but then I realized, well it worked. But at the same time I was keeping it a little covert, I didn’t tell anyone right away and then it worked, I had my son,” Suleman told.At the time, Dr. Kamrava shared their approach using the so-called “SEED” method of implanting embryos.
“We know exactly where they are, we know they are not going to fall out of the uterus because they are underneath the lining and they are fixed in place. We know that it’s not going to cause a tubal pregnancy,” he said.
Suleman said she didn’t want her six remaining embryos to be destroyed so she asked her doctor to implant them all. She claims she didn’t realize each one would take, but insists the action was “appropriate” given her medical history. A few months after Dr. Michael Kamrava helped Nadya Suleman become pregnant with octuplets, he transferred at least seven embryos to another patient who was in her late 40s and wanted just one baby. Now she’s five months pregnant with quadruplets and hospitalized at Los Angeles but her doctors urged her not to talk to the media because she is already dealing with a high-risk pregnancy and doesn’t need more stress.
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Octuplets grandma Angela Suleman said her daughter did not expect to have octuplets, but that all the implanted embryos “happened to take” but that her daughter felt like she had little choice. “What do you suggest she should have done?” Angela Suleman said. “She refused to have them killed. Nadya has given them all Biblical names. Seven of them are dark-haired, but one, Noah, shows my side of the family. He looked so cute with his purple skin and bright yellow hair.” Angela told that Nadya turned her boyfriend into a sperm donor for all 14 kids, but refused to marry him. “He was in love with her and wanted to marry her,” said Angela. “But Nadya wanted to have children on her own.”
Angela in exclusive interview with CBS Maggie Rodriguez she pleaded her daughter’s doctor not to impregnate Nadya again
octuplet grandma angelaNadya Suleman on NBC with Ann Currie as broadcasted on the “Today” show Monday, Feb. 9 … “Those are my children, and that’s what was available and I used them. So, I took a risk. It’s a gamble. It always is.”
twinsFrieda Birnbaum of Saddle River, N.J., USA gave in 2007 birth to the twins and underwent in-vitro fertilization in Cape Town, South Africa, which specializes in older women and a similar case of twins occurred in Spain in 2007.
Birnbaum was the oldest woman to give birth to twins in the United States is now discussing controversy about her twins birth case and advising to the Canadian old woman who gave twins birth recently. This past December, a 70-year old woman in India gave birth to her first child after receiving IVG therapy. Another 70-year old Indian woman had twins through IVF earlier in the year. View technologos surcinema http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=surcinema

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