The Asian couple were shocked when the daughters they expected weren't Asian -- and weren't girls. The Asian couple, who were expecting to have twin daughters via IVF, are suing their fertility clinic after she gave birth to two non-Asian boys who were not genetically related to them -- or each other. The pair had been trying for a baby unsuccessfully for years, and were overjoyed when CHA Fertility Center helped them finally conceive, the New York Post reported. In August of the woman, known only as A.
IVF Mix-Ups Have Broken the Definition of Parenthood
IVF: Second couple sue after clinic 'uses wrong embryos' - BBC News
The other couple, identified only as A. After having trouble conceiving a child, they decided to try to have a child through in vitro fertilization , or IVF , with a company called CHA Fertility based out of Los Angeles, the lawsuit states. In early , the company collected sperm and eggs from Y. The first attempt at transferring an embryo to A. However, a sonogram determined that the twins were both male.
Couple claims they gave birth to other couples' babies after IVF mix-up, lawsuit says
By Maureen Callahan. And just as quickly, she dropped the idea. She knew nothing about her biological mother — only that her adoption papers listed her as a single live birth. But the resemblance was so strong that I thought she might be related to me to a lesser degree — like my cousin or something.
Anni and Ashot Manukyan had spent several months unsuccessfully trying to get pregnant through IVF when they received a bewildering message this April. According to a lawsuit filed yesterday, their clinic in L. When they arrived, they found out their son had just been born—to complete strangers, 3, miles away in New York City. The Manukyans and the couple who had the baby in New York, as well as a third, unnamed couple, had all gone to CHA Fertility Center for IVF, and the clinic mixed up their embryos—according to separate lawsuits filed by the Manukyans and the New York couple, who are identified only by their initials, A. Anni and A.