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(Daily Mail)   Twentieth time's a charm   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 50
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2014-01-18 07:12:46 PM
Congratulations and all.  But after 10 failures shouldn't you consider it a sign that maybe you're not supposed to deliver a baby?

I wonder what the results will be on the child of the drugs she had to take.
 
2014-01-18 07:16:15 PM

BizarreMan: Congratulations and all.  But after 10 failures shouldn't you consider it a sign that maybe you're not supposed to deliver a baby?

I wonder what the results will be on the child of the drugs she had to take.


Well, if a fetus is a life, technically she's been carrying these children with a 95% fatality rate.  Now, I'm not saying it's murder, but can we at least consider it negligent homicide?
 
2014-01-18 07:17:30 PM
He was delivered 11 weeks early weighing just under three pounds due to Mrs Moseley having high blood pressure.

29-week-old fetus whose mother had gestational high blood pressure and was on hydroxychloroquine during every stage of the pregnancy?

Good luck, kid.
 
2014-01-18 08:04:39 PM

RedPhoenix122: BizarreMan: Congratulations and all.  But after 10 failures shouldn't you consider it a sign that maybe you're not supposed to deliver a baby?

I wonder what the results will be on the child of the drugs she had to take.

Well, if a fetus is a life, technically she's been carrying these children with a 95% fatality rate.  Now, I'm not saying it's murder, but can we at least consider it negligent homicide?


That's not even counting the number of fertilized embryos her body may have flushed out without implanting. WOMEN ARE MASS MURDERERS!
 
2014-01-18 08:11:36 PM
My parents tried to have kids and couldn't, so adopted my brother.  Kept trying, still couldn't, so adopted my sister, and decided that was enough.  They were catholic, so they weren't using birth control, but not really trying.  My mom had 30 miscarriages all together.  I was born after that (4 years after my sister was adopted).  Then my mom had a still birth and almost died during delivery, and they told her not to get pregnant anymore.

Ta da.

/csb
 
2014-01-18 08:12:33 PM
Were they 20 from the same dude?

/obviously didn't read it
 
2014-01-18 08:13:52 PM
She needs her own reality show.  20 miscarriages and counting.
 
2014-01-18 08:15:15 PM
I hope she feels validated as a woman now.

All that wasted time and effort that could have been spent on children already born. But really, fark those brats.
 
2014-01-18 08:15:36 PM
The kid seems surprised as well.

/my mother was told she couldn't have any children after my oldest brother was born so they adopted
//eight years later I appeared in the scene
///ta da
 
2014-01-18 08:17:35 PM

Podmore: My parents tried to have kids and couldn't, so adopted my brother.  Kept trying, still couldn't, so adopted my sister, and decided that was enough.  They were catholic, so they weren't using birth control, but not really trying.  My mom had 30 miscarriages all together.  I was born after that (4 years after my sister was adopted).  Then my mom had a still birth and almost died during delivery, and they told her not to get pregnant anymore.


Similar story here.  Without the catholic.

My mom was told she couldn't have children.  So they adopted a girl, then a boy, then me.  Ten years later, tada, pregnancy and our younger brother.
 
2014-01-18 08:17:50 PM
Say that reminds me, how'd she get that kid so darn fast? Me and Dot went in to adopt on account a' somethin' went wrong with my semen, and they said we had to wait five years for a healthy white baby. I said, "Healthy white baby? Five years? What else you got?" Said they got two Koreans and a negra born with his heart on the outside. It's a crazy world.

/Kelly Moseley's insides were a rocky place where my seed could find no purchase.
 
2014-01-18 08:19:01 PM
I bet the mom thinks of the situation like this.
i.imgur.com
 
2014-01-18 08:20:31 PM
Yeah, you're not really that great that you should've kept trying.
 
2014-01-18 08:21:19 PM

BizarreMan: Congratulations and all.  But after 10 failures shouldn't you consider it a sign that maybe you're not supposed to deliver a baby?

I wonder what the results will be on the child of the drugs she had to take.


Study shows hydroxychloroquine safe in pregnancy.
 
2014-01-18 08:24:37 PM
20 miscarriages? I can't even imagine how hard that must have been.
 
2014-01-18 08:27:04 PM

anuran: 20 miscarriages? I can't even imagine how hard that must have been.


My wife and I had 14 together. It's bad.
 
2014-01-18 08:27:21 PM
20?! Holy crap.
 
2014-01-18 08:27:49 PM

anuran: 20 miscarriages? I can't even imagine how hard that must have been.


Neither can I, but I'd guess you'd get used to it after the fifteenth or sixteenth time.
 
2014-01-18 08:29:07 PM
She is trying too hard.
We have too many people on this planet as it is and after a few tries, most people would think it is too much emotional damage to keep going.  Only a very selfish person would do something like this to have children.
 
2014-01-18 08:32:21 PM

gingerjet: The kid seems surprised as well.

/my mother was told she couldn't have any children after my oldest brother was born so they adopted
//eight years later I appeared in the scene
///ta da


BizarreMan: My mom was told she couldn't have children.  So they adopted a girl, then a boy, then me.  Ten years later, tada, pregnancy and our younger brother.


You might be cases where your mom's immune systems were just rejecting pregnancies, and as they got a little older their immune systems backed off just a little. Beleive it or don't, it's already been a science fiction topic in a story where a "They" concerned with population growth were examining the immune systems of people like your mothers and looking for genetic traits they could infect the third world with during an immunization campaign. Not children of men, something shorter.

Did anyone see a story the other day about some varieties of early water breakage were attributed to a bacterium?
 
2014-01-18 08:34:27 PM
I'm kinda more interested in the side story below

Nun gives birth after being rushed to hospital with stomach pains... and she says she had no idea she was pregnant


reallllllllllllllyyyy..... doooo go on......
 
2014-01-18 08:43:37 PM
The Reverse Duggar
 
2014-01-18 08:46:53 PM
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2014-01-18 09:33:24 PM

mrlewish: She needs her own reality show.  20 miscarriages and counting.


Maybe with a Wife Swap with Michelle Duggar.
 
2014-01-18 10:03:41 PM
Why, why, WHY would you do that to yourself and your body? This has got to classify in with the more extreme body mods like tongue splitting because damn that's abusive to your organs. Her poor cervix... *shudder*
 
2014-01-18 10:17:10 PM

rev. dave: She is trying too hard.
We have too many people on this planet as it is and after a few tries, most people would think it is too much emotional damage to keep going.  Only a very selfish person would do something like this to have children.


A couple having one child is still negative growth in their case.

As for the repeated deaths, until they're sentient, it doesn't morally matter. Other than as a waste of resources.
 
2014-01-18 10:22:30 PM
By the way, subby, you fail--it's "twenty-first time's a charm". She's had 18 miscarriages and 2 deaths, so this is attempt #21.
 
2014-01-18 10:24:12 PM

RedPhoenix122: BizarreMan: Congratulations and all.  But after 10 failures shouldn't you consider it a sign that maybe you're not supposed to deliver a baby?

I wonder what the results will be on the child of the drugs she had to take.

Well, if a fetus is a life, technically she's been carrying these children with a 95% fatality rate.  Now, I'm not saying it's murder, but can we at least consider it negligent homicide?


Only if you consider abortion the same. Legal precidents and such.
 
2014-01-18 10:24:56 PM
My wife and I had to abort our first baby due to severe medical issues. Then we miscarried 3 times, and went to a fertility clinic. Turned out my wife needed progesterone supplements. Two cute children later, I told her that was enough. :)
 
2014-01-18 11:06:55 PM
when my wife decided she was ready for a kid, she planned everything. we bought a house, got her a new car, and when the time came, got it the first time.but the only thing she didn't reckon on was him coming 7 weeks early. spent a month in nicu, didn't speak until 4 years old. now he's 16, advanced this and that rotc, and can't get him to shut up.
 
2014-01-18 11:10:37 PM
On the one hand, if my mother hadn't kept trying after the first 9 miscarriages,I wouldn't exist.

On the other hand, considering the probabilities, i wouldn't have kept trying.

Life's complicated like that.
 
2014-01-18 11:21:42 PM
some people just can not take a hint
 
2014-01-19 12:20:30 AM
Twentieth time's a restraining order.

/so I've heard
 
2014-01-19 12:25:42 AM
img.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-19 12:26:21 AM
crap. wrong thread.
 
2014-01-19 12:40:03 AM
People say having kids is life changing, well that doesn't necessarily mean a good thing, does it? I could take one of my legs off. That would change my life.
 
2014-01-19 12:51:29 AM

Bucky Katt: Twentieth time's a restraining order.

/so I've heard


Well you know whay they say 2 is company, 3 is a crowd, and 20 is an orgy
 
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2014-01-19 01:11:24 AM
i assume the 'abortion is murder' folks will demand she be charged with 20 counts of manslaughter? right?
 
2014-01-19 01:21:49 AM
wouldn't that be 21st times a charm?
 
2014-01-19 05:15:14 AM
i.dailymail.co.ukwww.wearysloth.com
I didn't know Zero Mostel had an English son.
 
2014-01-19 06:08:49 AM
So God was telling her not to have a child....so she probably just pooped out the Anti-Christ.
 
2014-01-19 06:25:05 AM
My wife and I lost a son - one son - and it was devastating.  I can't imagine losing that many.

Also (not to threadjack, but whatever) I wrote and arranged a lullaby for him:  http://youtu.be/bLLpIeYQgDw

Yeah, I know this is Fark, so I'm supposed to be snarky, but this topic hits a little too close to home.
 
2014-01-19 08:52:56 AM

khonshu: My wife and I lost a son - one son - and it was devastating.  I can't imagine losing that many.

Also (not to threadjack, but whatever) I wrote and arranged a lullaby for him:  http://youtu.be/bLLpIeYQgDw

Yeah, I know this is Fark, so I'm supposed to be snarky, but this topic hits a little too close to home.


Nice harmony.
 
2014-01-19 09:04:03 AM

Don't Lag Me Bro: My wife and I had to abort our first baby due to severe medical issues. Then we miscarried 3 times, and went to a fertility clinic. Turned out my wife needed progesterone supplements. Two cute children later, I told her that was enough. :)


Uh, "we" miscarried? You had a fetus inside you at the same time? What the unholy fark? Basic biology lesson: only females of our species carry fetuses.
 
2014-01-19 12:50:59 PM

unfarkingbelievable: Don't Lag Me Bro: My wife and I had to abort our first baby due to severe medical issues. Then we miscarried 3 times, and went to a fertility clinic. Turned out my wife needed progesterone supplements. Two cute children later, I told her that was enough. :)

Uh, "we" miscarried? You had a fetus inside you at the same time? What the unholy fark? Basic biology lesson: only females of our species carry fetuses.


Some couples consider themselves a unit. Don't be disparaging, I doubt he was attempting to diminish her role.
 
2014-01-19 03:14:25 PM
Maybe the likelihood that the dad's ballsack has seen 60 winters played a role? Just sayin'...dude looks rode hard and put away drunk.
 
2014-01-19 05:44:24 PM

Valiente: Maybe the likelihood that the dad's ballsack has seen 60 winters played a role? Just sayin'...dude looks rode hard and put away drunk.


How old was אַבְרָהָם ?
 
2014-01-19 05:57:21 PM

InterruptingQuirk: Valiente: Maybe the likelihood that the dad's ballsack has seen 60 winters played a role? Just sayin'...dude looks rode hard and put away drunk.

How old was אַבְרָהָם ?


Old enough to shoot dust thick enough to crack Sarah's brittle cervix, one imagines. But that image doesn't bother me as much as the incest (Genesis 20:12) and the institution of cock cutting. What's wrong with a firm handshake?
 
2014-01-19 07:15:55 PM

Valiente: InterruptingQuirk: Valiente: Maybe the likelihood that the dad's ballsack has seen 60 winters played a role? Just sayin'...dude looks rode hard and put away drunk.

How old was אַבְרָהָם ?

Old enough to shoot dust thick enough to crack Sarah's brittle cervix, one imagines. But that image doesn't bother me as much as the incest (Genesis 20:12) and the institution of cock cutting. What's wrong with a firm handshake?


You don't know where that hand has been.
 
2014-01-19 08:20:50 PM
I guess the 'Sick' tag fell into the toilet in the middle of a large blood clot.
 
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