Couple From Queens, New York, Suing CHA Fertility Center

New York mother gave birth to other couples’ babies because of IVF company’s mix-up lawsuit claims

A NY couple are suing a California fertility clinic after a mix-up led the woman to give birth to another couple's babies.

It reads: "On March 31, 2019, Plaintiff AP gave birth via caesarean section to two male babies, neither of which was of Asian descent".

The couple had to give up custody of the infants and are suing for medical malpractice and emotional distress.

A NY couple is suing a California fertility clinic for implanting the wrong embryos, leading to the birth of babies belonging to someone else.

The couple, identified only as A.P. and Y.Z., live in Flushing, New York, and were married in 2012.

According to the New York Post, the clinic bills itself as a "mecca of reproductive medicine" which has 'fulfilled the dreams of tens of thousands of aspiring parents from Southern California and beyond in over 22 countries'.

DNA testing found that the babies were not related to the couple, nor were they related to each other.

A lawsuit filed by the couple in Unusual York states that the couple became as soon as anxious to offer delivery to 2 boys who weren't of Asian descent, U.S. media reported.

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The lawsuit, filed within the Eastern District of NY final week, accuses CHA Fertility and two males acknowledged as its co-homeowners and directors of offences in conjunction with clinical malpractice and intentional infliction of emotional damage.

The court papers said the couple is heartbroken, embarrassed, and "could not find the courage and the way to tell others about their devastating loss".

Medical doctors reportedly told the couple that the scan used to be incorrect, sooner than they went on to beget the small one boys in April.

The babies were then given to those couples. To boot to no longer being linked to the couple, the children weren't linked to each and every moderately quite quite a bit of, based on the lawsuit.

The clinic thawed two of the couple's female embryos for another attempt.

The lawsuit says that the couple spent more than AU$143,000 for the IVF services, including facility and doctors' fees, specialist services, medication, lab expenses, travel costs and more. Despite both husband and wife being Asian, the babies were not.

The lawsuit, which names the CHA co-owners as Dr. Joshua Berger and Dr. Simon Hong, claims the couple still don't know what happened to the two embryos that should have been implanted.

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