While I was pregnant, my doctor told me that my daughter will never be able to walk or talk and will be a special needs child. He recommended an abortion and I refused and prepared myself for a life of raising a special needs child. She is now two years old, she is walking, she can count to 30 and she can sing her ABC’s! Doctors aren’t always correct. My little girl is my greatest achievement in life.
Most doctors will err on the side of caution as it relates to their own selfish interests. They would rather see a child killed in the womb than have them born with a possible defect leading to a malpractice lawsuit for what is commonly referred to as ‘wrongful birth’. We have become so valueless while living in the womb that if there is even the slightest hint of a mental or physical challenge, most will kill rather than take a chance on raising a special needs child. Even if that means killing off a certain percentage of healthy children.
What’s interesting is that these same people fight to repeal the death penalty because a tiny fraction may be wrongfully killed.
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