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Remember Octomom? Well, Here’s What She’s Up To Now

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nadya suleman or octomom She is a woman who managed to enter the Guinness Book of Records, as she gave birth to eight children in one pregnancy , It was clear that her pregnancy was difficult and she needed special care for the safety of these children ; For this reason, Nadia and her doctor used different and strange methods and techniques during her pregnancy ; Some people were supportive of it, while others criticized it ; But Nadia did not give up and ventured and resisted for the sake of her children . Read on to learn more about the traumas and joys that Nadia and her children have faced until today

Despite all the attention she’s generated, Suleman has kept her octuplets largely out of the public eye and shared little about them. As they turn 5, here are things to know about “Octomom:”

  • BEFORE SHE WAS OCTOMOM: Suleman worked for a state mental hospital in 1999 when she said she suffered a back injury during an inmate riot. She went on to collect more than $165,000 in disability payments and used some of the money to help pay for in-vitro fertilization treatments that produced her first six children. She has a bachelor’s degree in child and adolescent development from California State University, Fullerton, and was studying for a master’s in counseling when she became pregnant with the octuplets.
  • THE DOCTOR: All 14 of Suleman’s children were born through IVF treatments provided by Beverly Hills physician Dr. Michael Kamrava. He faced harsh criticism when it was learned he implanted 12 embryos that resulted in the octuplets. Medical guidelines recommend no more than two embryos. Kamrava said he was trying to please an insistent patient. The California Medical Board revoked his license, citing gross negligence.
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