Re: Selective reduction
I think that part of the issue here is that as much as we may try, and as much as medical science aids us in our effort to....we just don't have control over life. Life is precious....it can come and go in an instant...it hangs in precious balance. For all we know, your sister could choose to "selectively reduce" and end up with one or two perfectly healthy children....only to loose them tragically in some other way. She is certainly in a tough situation, regardless of how she got there...but I totally agree with the other posts who are advocating that she keep all of the babies and not try to control the preciousness of life. We just don't have guarantees on this earth that things will be okay. Why complicate it? My advice for your sister..."let it be..."
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