Woman Suing Doctor For Getting Pregnant


A MICHIGAN WOMAN IS SUING HER
DOCTOR FOR BEING NEGLIGENT IN PREVENTING HER FROM
GETTING PREGNANT. THIS IS AN INTERESTING STORY
THAT INVOLVES A WOMAN WHO IS 50 YEARS OLD AND NOW HAS A
FIVE-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER THAT SHE NEVER INTENDED TO GET
PREGNANT WITH. HER DAUGHTER HAS DOWN SYNDROME
AND BEFORE SHE CONCEIVED SHE WENT TO A DOCTOR LOOKING FOR
SOMETHING KNOWN AS TUBAL LIGATION. SO SHE TOOK THE
DOCTOR’S ADVICE. HOWEVER SHE DIDN’T GET PREGNANT AND LATER ON
IN HER PREGNANCY SHE FOUND THAT THE CHILD WOULD BE BORN WITH DOWN SYNDROME. SHE IS AGAINST
ABORTION, SHE MADE A DECISION TO TO KEEP THE BABY, BUT SHE IS SAYING THE DOCTOR IN THIS CASE
WAS OBVIOUSLY WRONG AND THIS LED TO THE PREGNANCY AND HE SHOULD BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THAT.
WHAT DOES THE LEGAL ANALYST MEAN BY THAT? THE COURT ALREADY
DECIDED THAT THE DOCTOR CAN’T BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR FINANCIAL DAMAGES ñ
SO, THE
DOCTOR IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY COSTS INCURRED AFTER
SHE GAVE BIRTH.>>I AM SPLIT ON THE STORY. EARLIER TODAY I WAS
MORE AGAINST HER.>>REALLY? I AM NOT AGAINST HER.>>MAYBE WE WILL DO A TYT
SUPREME COURT. GET READY TO DROP IT. FIRST OFF, SHE PAINTS IT LIKE SHE IS THE HERO HERE. THE
COURT SAID YOU COULDN’T DO THAT, THAT IS WHY YOU CAN ONLY PROCEED
ON DAMAGES FOR THE PREGNANCY ITSELF. SECOND OF ALL IT WAS
YOUR CHOICE, I AM PRO-CHOICE SO I AM NOT GOING TO GET ON YOU FOR THAT. I LOVE THAT YOU HAD THE
CHOICE TO HAVE THAT KID. I COULDN’T BE HAPPIER WITH THAT CHOICE. BUT DON’T COME IN SAY I CAN’T
BELIEVE I HAD A PREGNANCY.>>SHE DID NOT CHOOSE TO
HAVE A PREGNANCY.>>BUT WITHIN OUR LAST SHE HAD
THE ABILITY TO END THE PREGNANCY EARLIER.>>IF THAT GOES AGAINST HER
BELIEFS, RELIGIOUS OR MORAL, IT IS NEGLIGENT FOR THE DOCTOR TO
TELL HER THERE IS NO WAY YOU CAN GET PREGNANT. THAT IS SOMETHING YOU HAVE
TO PROVE IN COURT.>>BUT I DON’T BELIEVE HER. I’M
NOT SAYING I COULDN’T BE CONVINCED DON.>>FOR THE SAKE OF THIS
CONVERSATION LET’S SAY THAT’S WHAT THE DOCTOR TOLD HER.>>THE DOCTORS VERY RARELY WILL
THEY SAY ANYTHING DEFINITIVE. YOU HAVE BEEN TO THE DOCTOR,
THEY SAY LOOK HERE ARE YOUR CHANCES. EVEN IF YOU RELIED ON
THAT, I HEAR YOU. BUT FOR HIM TO USE THE WORDS AND NO CHANCE
SEEMS UNLIKELY. BUT THAT IS WHAT NEGLIGENCE IS ABOUT. MAYBE HE DID USE THOSE WORDS? TO MAKE THE CONVERSATION MORE
INTERESTING LET’S ASSUME THAT SHE IS RIGHT ABOUT IT.>>THAT SHE CAN PROVE THAT THE
DOCTOR SAID THERE WAS NO WAY SHE CAN GET PREGNANT.>>THEN DROP IT. YOUR CONTENTION
IS DOCTOR SAYS THERE IS NO CHANCE. SHE SAYS OKAY AND GOES
HOME. THEY CONTINUE THEIR MARY LIVES IN WEDDED BLISS, AND THEN
SHE GETS PREGNANT AND SAYS YOU TOLD ME I COULDN’T, I AM
PRO-LIFE. SO YOU SHOULD PAY ME FOR THE PREGNANCY. IT’S A PERFECTLY VALID ARGUMENT. [VIDEO
BUFFERING] WE’RE ASSUMING SHE IS RIGHT. SO I AM GOING TO WITHHOLD JUDGMENT.>>CAN I MAKE MY ARGUMENT? I
THINK THIS IS A CLASSIC CASE WHERE YOU DON’T PUT YOURSELF IN
THE SHOES OF A WOMAN IN HER MID-40S WHO WAS GOING THROUGH A
NINE-MONTH PREGNANCY THAT SHE DID NOT WANT IN THE FIRST PLACE.
SHE GOES TO A DOCTOR AND ASKED FOR A TUBAL LIGATION. THE DOCTOR
TELLS HER NO NEED, YOUR TUBES ARE BLOCKED. SO THEN SHE GETS
PREGNANT AND THERE ARE A LOT OF COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THAT.
ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU’RE A PREGNANT WOMAN IN YOUR 40S.
THERE IS PAIN, PHYSICAL PAIN AND EMOTIONAL SUFFERING AS A RESULT.
I THINK THE DOCTORS SHOULD BE LIABLE FOR WHAT SHE WENT THROUGH
WHILE SHE WAS PREGNANT IN THE VERY LEAST.>>I AM ON HER SIDE. THAT ñ SHE
DIDN’T GO THERE FOR A CONSULTATION WHETHER OR NOT SHE CAN HAVE A CHILD. SHE WENT THERE
WITH THE INTENTION OF MAKING SURE OF IT. SEEMINGLY HE TALKED
HER OUT OF IT BY SAYING THERE IS NO NEED. YOU ARE DONE, SON. IS
ALL GOOD. SO SHE LEFT WITH THAT IN MIND. IF SHE WAS GOING THERE FOR THE CONSULTATION ONLY, I
WOULD BE A LITTLE LESS ON HER SIDE, BUT SHE WENT THERE TO MAKE
SURE. ALSO SHE KNOWS SHE GOT PREGNANT AND WAS NOT GOING TO
HAVE AN ABORTION BECAUSE SHE DOESN’T BELIEVE IN IT. SHE WAS
ALWAYS CONSISTENT IN HER BELIEFS AT LEAST.>>I DON’T KNOW IF WITHIN THIS
CONTEXT IT IS LEGITIMATE, BUT LET ME BE UNFAIR FOR ONCE. I
THINK IT BOTHERS ME THAT SHE IS SAYING I AM PRO-LIFE, AND THEN
SHE TURNS AROUND AND SAYS YOU OWE ME FOR THE KID. BUT THE
DOCTORED AND MAKE YOU HAVE A KID. BUT SHE SAID
SHE WANTED TO
PUT THE CONSEQUENCES OF MY DECISION ON YOU. THAT IS WHAT IS BOTHERING ME
BECAUSE I KNOW WHAT HER INTENT WAS.>>THINK ABOUT THIS, FOR SOME
PEOPLE, NOT INCLUDING ME, LIFE BEGINS AT THE MOMENT OF
CONCEPTION. IF SHE GENUINELY BELIEVES THIS IS A HUMAN LIFE
AND CANNOT TAKE A HUMAN LIFE, THE DOCTOR IS WHO PUT HER
IN THIS DIFFICULT POSITION. IN ESSENCE SHE DOESN’T REALLY
HAVE A CHOICE IF SHE BELIEVES SHE IS KILLING A
HUMAN BY HAVING AN ABORTION.>>BOY DOES IT DEPEND ON THE
EVIDENCE IN THE CASE. THE DOCTOR COULD HAVE SAID I DON’T SUGGEST
TO BECAUSE YOUR TUBES ARE BLOCKED ANYWAY. BUT IT IS YOUR CALL, AND SHE
CHOSE NOT TO DO IT ANYWAY.>>BY THE WAY, WHEN HAS A
DOCTOR EVER SAID I AM GOING TO PASS ON THE MONEY FOR A
TUBAL LIGATION.>>THAT GIVES THE DOCTOR MORE
CREDIBILITY NOT LESS. YOU ARE SAYING THAT IN YOUR MIND IT
MAKES IT LIKELY THAT HE CLEARLY MADE A MISTAKE. IN MY MIND IT MAKES IT SEEM LIKE HE MEANT WELL
ñ THAT DOESN’T MEAN YOU ARE NOT LIABLE IN COURT. CHIEF JUSTICE ñ.>>WITH WHAT JAYAR ADDED
RECENTLY, I GUESS SHE WAS DOING EVERYTHING SHE COULD TO AVOID THAT. AFTER HAVING CHILDREN A
LOT OF WOMEN SUFFER THROUGH DEPRESSION. SHE PROBABLY
INITIALLY THOUGHT ñ SHE DIDN’T REALIZE EVERYTHING AFTER. ONCE
THE KID IS HERE IT’S ñ IT GETS HARDER AND SOME WOMEN SUFFER
THROUGH DEEP DEPRESSION THAT CAN REALLY AFFECT THEM MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY TOO. I THINK SHE HAS A STRONG CASE.>>YOU GUYS GIVE A STRONG CASE.
I AM GOING TO REGISTER IN NEEDLESS DISSENT THAT IS USELESS ON HOW ñ REMEMBER BEING
ANTIABORTION IS NOT I AM PRO-CHOICE BUT I WILL HAVE A KID
BECAUSE I THINK CONCEPTION HAPPENS AT BIRTH. BEING PRO-LIFE
IS THE ANTICHOICE POSITION, I DON’T WANT ANYBODY TO HAVE THAT CHOICE. SHE IS AGAINST ANYBODY’S
CHOICE. HERE SHE CELEBRATES HER OWN CHOICE AND THEN SAYS WELL,
I’M CELEBRATING MY OWN CHOICE BUT I’D LIKE TO HAVE YOU PAY FOR
IT. IT’S THE MOST CONSERVATIVE THING YOU CAN DO. SHE GRATES ON
ME TO NO END, BUT YOU GUYS ARE RIGHT IF THE DOCTOR, IF SHE CAN
PROVE THE DOCTOR SAID YOU’RE GOING TO BE OKAY AND YOU WILL
NOT GET PREGNANT AND THEN SHE ENDED UP GETTING PREGNANT. I CAN
SEE HOW HE CAN BE LIABLE FOR THOSE RESULTS. BELIEVE IT OR
NOT, UNANIMOUS DECISION IN HER FAVOR ALTHOUGH I WOULD REALLY
LIKE TO BE PART OF THAT TRIAL AND SEE WHAT THE
REAL EVIDENCE WAS.

100 Replies to “Woman Suing Doctor For Getting Pregnant”

  1. Abortion isn't like popping a pimple. Just because there is a way to end pregnancies doesn't mean it's okay to fool women into getting pregnant. If she went to get her tubes tied and was told she didn't need to, then he should be liable for malpractice.

  2. Imagine the damage she is doing to her kid. She's saying I don't and never wanted you. In fact I'm so angry you ruined my life I'm suing the doctor.

  3. She did not decide to get pregnant. She decided to not have an abortion. That is a completely different thing

  4. I know lots of doctors personally and I would have to agree that I couldn't imagine a Dr giving a definitive 100% no chance statement to a patient. Its far more likely he explained the unlikely chances of becoming pregnant at her age and the high risks of post operation complications.

  5. Interesting point Cenk makes, however I disagree. My cousin was recently told that she couldn't get pregnant because her tubes were blocked with benign tumours. He, the doctor said, you don't need to use contraception because they are blocked and there is no chance of pregnancy. I advised her not to listen to him and to continue with her contraceptive usage. My cousin listened to the doctor, got pregnant and because of the medication she was using to shrink the tumours pre-op, the embryo was malformed and undeveloped. It was removed during the operation to remove the shrunken tumours a few weeks ago. My cousin is 35. She won't be challenging the doctor on this topic.

    This doctor is neglect for being wrong and the woman is right. Case close, as far as I am concerned. Cenk's bias against conservatives stops him from being fair and making a relevant point here.

  6. I don't think this case is all that unusual to be honest. The doctor was wrong and should be sued.

  7. I'm totally on Ana's side on this one, Cenko. A tubal ligation is a pretty sure thing and any unlikely pregnancy would almost 100% be an ectopic pregnancy which would end up failing anyhow. I do believe the doctor failed at the tubal ligation procedure AND confirmed the extremely unlikely chance of pregnancy as is usual.

  8. I'm on her side. The doctor told, pretty definitively, that she couldn't get pregnant, yet she still did. That's on him.

  9. Ana's argument is so ridiculous. She is literally taking her argument at face value and saying she must be telling the truth! In med school, you are taught to NEVER say anything 100% because you can get sued. The odds are he said that the odds are insanely low because they look pretty blocked and you probably won't get pregnant. Then said since your chances are so low, you probably don't need birth control.

    Again if you tell a lot of people, it's almost impossible, then most people will think it is impossible. The key word is almost because that says it isn't impossible but pretty unlikely.

    Almost all doctors do this, it is a measure to ensure that it isn't 100%. If he said you can't get pregnant 100%, then he should lose because that is malpractice because that is a lie because there are NO absolutes in medicine. However we need way more evidence, but it is more likely that he said "Highly unlikely" then "impossible"

  10. Not really placing blame on either side. The chance of her pregnancy was extremely small, and she just happened to be in that small percentage. You can't blame the doctor for nature; they aren't psychic. However, he advised against the tubal ligation (also to avoid the unnecessary cost) because of the extremely small percentage chance of pregnancy. Perhaps he was misleading or gave her bad information. But unless there is more to the story, I don't think there's enough evidence to blame the doctor. Abortion was also another medical option that she could've chosen but didn't.

  11. I too asked for that procedure after giving birth to my second child but my doctor never did it, I did all the paperwork but she still refused to do it, so yes some doctors will easily pass on the money if the timing is not convenient to them. They make enough money anyways. He should be held responsible for his negligence. Doctors have such a big impact on the patients lives, they can't just go saying anything they want and only do things convenient to them, he should have referred her to a doctor who actually cared about her needs if he didn't want to do it himself.

  12. I believe it would have been easier if a condom or birth control was used. If she truly did not want a child, then those two choices would be a faster method instead of going to see a doctor. Whether she is pro-life or pro-choice is another issue once she got pregnant. The doctor should have told her to take birth control as a precaution. And how long did she wait to see the doctor? Doctors make mistakes. They are not always right. What do you think?

  13. I want to know why no one counts adoption in this situation. If she didn't want to be a mother but also didn't want to abort, let this kid go into the hands of people who actively want it instead of someone who's just settling for motherhood because it was an unfortunate accident that got in the way of her retirement plans.

  14. I want to know if the woman actually said she was pro-life, and that's why she didn't have an abortion. For me, I am pro-choice in that I believe women should get to choose what happens to their own bodies. However, if I personally accidentally got pregnant it doesn't mean I'd immediately run down to an abortion clinic. It would be a very hard decision for me to make whether or not to keep the child. So unless there was a direct quote from her saying what her beliefs were, I don't agree with the way Cenk is portraying her.

  15. I had a specialist from a hospital after a years tests tell me I'd never be able to conceive naturally again after my first child….found out I was 5 months pregnant x

  16. "Did not choose to get pregnant" rofl. She had sex, didn't she? This litigious thinking is insane – because a person is stupid they have the right for everyone else to be blamed and RUIN people and have a chilling effect on life.

  17. Malpractice, he told her she couldn't get pregnant and she could. Now she's saddled with a down syndrome kid for the rest of her life. She deserves several million.

  18. Mixed on this. Either the doctor was an idiot or she is lying. I have been on the injection, the pill and ultimately had my tubes ties, NEVER did any medical professional tell me anything was 100%. That said, if he did. he was wrong. The only thing I can think is your system is wrong and maybe, unlike the rest of us, your childs best interests are based on finance.

  19. I am absolutely pro-choice and this is where Cenk dropped the ball, it is a choice and sometimes that choice is not to abort. I wouldn't, couldn't and didn't.

  20. I come from a family of doctors. Both my elder brothers are doctors and my two sisters in law are doctors too. People need to understand that doctors do get it wrong sometimes, and this does not always happen because they are being negligent. Maybe this doctor did the proper checks and tests and he truly believed in his professional and highly qualified opinion that it was impossible that she would get pregnant. But freak occurrences do happen in medical situations. You get lots of cases where doctors tell people that their family member will never be able to walk again, and then miraculously they do walk after a few years. Or cases where doctors tell the people that their family member will never recover from a coma, but then 2 years later the person does come out of the coma. Now these things don't happen because the doctors are negligent. They happen because, well, who the heck knows? Human bodies are complex creations. Freak stuff happen in life. And I think this might be just another one of those cases. So my judgment would be in favour of the doctor.

  21. I'm with her. When Cenk said it was within her ability to end the pregnancy U feel as if it's the exact same as so called "Pro-Life" people saying Pro-Choice people shouldn't be able to choose. By saying that she could have done it despite her beliefs which are against abortion, you're saying that the fact that she strongly believes it isn't ok doesn't mean anything since pro-choice is a very popular opinion cough and is the correct opinion cough. She's expressing her right to choose by choosing not to believe there is a choice. (Ik that sounds weird but still)

  22. Cenk you're wrong. It seems very apparent that you still have a lot of internalized sexism you need to address.

  23. Also, at her age (and with every passing year) the likelihood of down syndrome increases. A wrongful birth (in the context of Down Syndrome) is different. She was high risk for that, the doctor knows that as well, and should have been safe just in case. All the time doctor's make reproductive decisions (pertaining to permanent birth control) for the patients (especially the younger you are) He made the wrong one, despite what she wanted, and I could see why she would want compensation

  24. Everything depends what the doctor said. It is difficult to tell by just her word but if what she is saying is true then she has a point. Everyone makes mistakes (including doctor) but that doesn't mean that they shouldn't be hold accountable for it.

  25. No offence, Cenk, but as a man you have no idea of the emotional suffering, depression there is from having an abortion. it's understandable a woman wouldn't want to go through this, let alone the other stuff. How would you feel if this had to do with penile function?

  26. Just a correction Cenk, conception definitely begins way before birth. You may believe life, as a separate entity from the mother, may begin at birth, however conception has happened when the sperm has fertilized the egg (ovum).

  27. what happened to her body her choice, she fucked up ,let her pay consequences , doctor is not an faulty party here .

  28. The doc didnt nut in her, She should have gotten an abortion if she didn't want that kid, she chose to stay pregnant and chose to give birth

  29. I Honestly think she should get at least some money for the cost of raising a child, as there are added health costs for raising a child with down Syndrome, which the doctor knows the chances are about 1/25 at 45 years of Age.

  30. Totally believe that a doctor would say it's impossible. Even if it wasn't impossible, the likelyhood that she would have become pregnant is quite low when she is 45 years old, so he would have been right, as far as anyone would know.
    Irresponsible doctors say things are impossible all the time.

  31. The risk of the child beeing sick was heightend by her age and the doctor should have taken that into consideration aswell

  32. I agree with Cenk. The doctor probably said something along the lines of "The chance of you getting pregnant is almost zero."

  33. If something is blocked, it can become unblocked. Therefore it would have been logical to have the procedure to be certain. Both patient and doctor made an error.

  34. Kind of disturbs me when men talk so lightly about abortion – a woman is physically connected to a life form inside of her to which she shares DNA, it's a physical thing and even women I have known who had previously thought they would have no problem aborting if they were faced with the decision, have found this in incredibly traumatic experience when faced with it (not even taking into account how harrowing the physical act of removing a fetus from a womans body) – if the woman in this case had gone through with an abortion, would she still not have had a case against the doctor for the emotional stress of being pregnant and having to then go through the trauma of an abortion?

    The point is no matter what her decision was, stress and trauma was inevitable from his mistake, and so he is responsible for the ramifications of her pregnancy leading up to having that child

  35. Just when is a professional responsible for the advice or services they provide or fail to provide?  My feeling is that the woman was being responsible regarding her body.  She relied on a healthcare professional.  If she had done something else we'd be quick to point a finger of blame.  But she did take the advice of the doctor who is a socially approved and licensed medical professional.  I do not see where she has any liability and it is obvious the doctor just screwed up.  Liability of some kind must ensue.One problem is that healthcare professionals bear no responsibility if they make a mistake and kill you.

  36. come on cenk… i thought for the sake of this court we're assuming the doctor said 100% impossible to have child. now at 8:10 hes saying it depends on the evidence fk off man don't go back on your words…

  37. She could get an abortion or give the child up for adoption. So if you are suing for the amount of an abortion or your copay for the pregnancy, I agree. Any cost after assuming parenthood, no. That should be the same for any woman or man.

  38. in a way it was her choice and before you start yelling let me explain why I think that. she chose to have sex, she chose to not use protection like condoms etc. that was he decision, while I do agree that if the doctor said that "IF", then he should be held accountable for the negligence. so I can see both sides to the story.

  39. One of my oldest and dearest friends has a rare condition and was told she would never have children at the age of 14. Twenty years later, she got pregnant and gave birth to a set of beautiful twin boys. She was OVERJOYED. I can't imagine her wanting to sue the doctors who insisted this was an impossibility.

  40. This story tells you that until menopaus, you should always considered it a possibility unless you or the partner get the operation to not be able to have kids.

  41. What's crazy is 2 doctor's told me the same thing an this was 2 1/2 years ago that I couldnt get pregnant smh which was a lie because rite now I'm pregnant…they told me I needed to have surgery to get my tubes reversed…now the doctor's dont kno what to say to me…im so pissed off I even asked my doctor for birth control she told me no need which was also wrong…i been looking for help but no lawyer wants to help due to saying there is no case…i have paper work saying I couldn't have anymore kids at all so this is not my fault I don't wanna kill my child but it's wrong smh I'm so lost rite now

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  43. My dr found a small but growing tumour in my thyroid. He reccomended NO surgery even though the tests weren’t conclusive. He was very annoyed that I went ahead with surgery. Luckily for me I didn’t have cancer. In the case of this lady, if the dr did say you can’t get pregnant 100 percent,has anyone thought about being forced into having an abortion? Xx

  44. From the info given, I am on the woman side. She went there for a procedure, she was talked out of the procedure. The doctor is responsible for the pregnancy.

  45. Her issue is that she didn't want kids and now she has a kid for life with down sydrome. If the kid without down sydrome she might be a little less bumbed

  46. They need to pass laws against this kind of thing. 50 year old women shouldn't be having sex.. Now 50 year old men that's okay

  47. I had a doctor tell me that I was pregnant after a tubal ligation he asked did I have all my baby parts I said yes he said pregnant insisted that I do a pregnant test I told him when it came back negative he was going to pay the bill he paid the bill

  48. Witbout evidence she does not have a case in a court of law. It doesnt matter if the doctor said "i am 100% sure you cannot get pregnant" without phyisical evidence and documentation she has no case.

  49. I know of multiple other stories like this where doctors have definitively told women that they can't have kids, and then they do. So I disagree that docs don't say stuff like that, and I side with the woman in this case.

  50. Cenk is wrong to presume that the woman’s pain and suffering was caused solely by her ‘choice’ to go through with the pregnancy. She could have legitimately suffered just as much (or more) by choosing to have an abortion. Most women, whether religious or not, don’t make the decision lightly. The ‘choice’ is a shitty one to have to make, which is why she (responsibly) took steps to avoid it.

  51. Yeah Cenk I’m sure it’s a super easy decision for people to have abortions willy nilly. There are costs in keeping or aborting babies both financially, physically, mentally & emotionally. Cenk should know better.

  52. I'm on her side only as far as costs relevant to early pregnancy and abortion and some punitive damages, iff the doctor actually said with 100% certainty that she can't have kids, and wouldn't need protection. However, the moment she decided to keep it, it becomes her liability. The doctor shouldn't pay for the child's care because you decided to keep it. You can't reap the benefits of a situation you didn't want to happen in the first place, when you were given the chance to undo it.

  53. If what she says is true then she should win a lot of money for the pregnancy portion of the lawsuit, I would award her a couple million. (But nothing after giving birth due to the fact that the law shouldn't protect a pro-life choice, since the law should never side with religious beliefs.)

  54. This is where Cenk has given sight to the differences between proAbortin, proChoice, and ProLife. Cenk is clearly PROABORTIN and women do NOT have have a choice. He's saying ProLife do not have choices. They do—>to becoming pregnant. She has every right to collect all she can get. She wouldn't have became pregnant had the physician she obviously trusted been corrected. He owns her and this child. Cenk you need your ball sack stretched over your male chauvinist shoulder for 9 months and 3 weeks. "Bless your heart"

  55. What ever happened to a second opinion? Let's say the first doctor tells you that you have cancer and you won't survive, and yet your second doctor that's highly, EXTREMELY recommended to do studies on all types of cancer checks your cancer… only for the results to come back that tells you that it's just something less alarming. I mean that's like say you never go to any doctors for any checkups because the only doctor you trust is "Doctor M.D."

  56. The only legal proof that the mother would have is if a written medical record is present that says that say this woman can’t get pregnant. With medical liability the way it is today I don’t see a doctor stating in writing that a pregnancy is impossible.

  57. what this doctor sounds like he had his own intentions you do get doctors that think in their minds that woman don't know shit we don't know our own bodies. he basically tied her hands behind her back. and I know for a fact coz I have blocked tubes that it's a low risk of getting pregnant but in saying this my tubes were once block and they unblocked themselves and the doctor should know this.

  58. i feel "if" the doctor said that it is his fault. She still could have had an Abortion, so she shouldn't get much.

  59. technically if an abortion is against any kind of her beliefs then she was OBLIGATED TO GIVE BIRTH because she feels for some reason she CAN'T END THIS BABY'S LIFE

  60. Before my tubal ligation surgery, I told my doctor- "Cut them, burn them, yank them the hell out, whatever it takes. You won't give me Depo anymore because of my age, so if I get pregnant, congratulations you're having a new baby!"

  61. When I clicked on this vid I didn't think I would agree with her but the fact that he assure her that there was absolutely no chance she would get pregnant was extremely negligent and VERY risky.

  62. I don't have a problem believing a doctor told her that. A doctor told me that. It was in my records. But I eventually had two children

  63. I'm against her side, at the end of the day the decision was hers to make to proceed with the tubal ligation regardless of the doctors professional "opinion."

  64. I would have gotten a second opinion. I learned this the hard way. A person should always get a second opinion when it comes to medical decision. Hell getting third and fourth opinion is even better

  65. Sounds like the doc purposely lied to avoid the surgery
    Is he one of those that thinks women are baby making machines ??? I bet he is

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