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Monday, October 30, 2017

Surrogacy Go Wrong! US Surrogate Mom Got Pregnant With Her Own Child, Battle To Get Her Son Back

Surrogacy has for once in life gone wrong! Can you believe it, a lady named Jessica Allen became pregnant with her own son while carrying a baby as a surrogate mother for a Chinese couple only to discover a little bit late.
Jessica who launched an "emotional" battle to get her baby boy back home to where he truly belong, speaking to ABC News, she said:
"I didn't even know I was pregnant with him I carried my own child and I didn’t know he was mine."
Jessica and her husband already had two children and was shock to learn that she was able to get pregnant with her own child while carrying another baby as a surrogate mother due to a medical phenomenon known as superfetation. According to doctors who explain that is a process of where a woman continues to ovulate after becoming pregnant.(that is new, the scene of the word is truly changing)
Doctors initially believed the babies were simply twins who said:
"The chance of an embryo splitting is very small, but it does happen, I was very surprised."
Jessica gave birth to the two babies December 2016 and handed the babies over to the couple. 

However, Allen said she was perplexed when she saw a photo of the growing boys who look different, one was Chinese and one of the boys was black and white, she said:
"I did notice that one was much lighter than the other, You know, obviously they were not identical twins."
She and her husband, Wardell Jasper, later learned that one of the boys belonged to them, and a DNA test confirmed the news, according to ABC reports.

They then fought to get their son back in a legal battle they described as very "emotional" but finally the couple were granted full custody of the little boy as their biological son in February.
The boy is name Malachi ,"He’s just so smart, so intelligent, he’s learning fast. he's got two big brothers to run after and learn from."
Miss Allen who first shared the mystic story with the New York Post,  said:
 "Wardell and I, who got married in April, weren’t planning to expand our family so soon, but we treasure Malachi with all our hearts."
"I don’t regret becoming a surrogate mom because that would mean regretting my son", she added. "I just hope other women considering surrogacy can learn from my story."

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