Doctor regrets helping Nadya Suleman become 'Octomom'
Washington, Oct 23 (ANI): The doctor who made it possible for Nadya Suleman to become the "Octomom" has revealed that he now regrets his decision.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Dr. Michael Kamrava, the Beverly Hills fertility doctor who implanted 12 embryos into Suleman, 35, wept as he testified in his own defense in an administrative court in Los Angeles.
"I'm sorry for what happened. When I look back at it, I wish I had never done it and it will never happen again," People magazine quoted him as having told the court.
State officials say his notes show he implanted at least twice as many embryos as Suleman has claimed.
Officials allege this is evidence of unreasonable judgment, substandard care, and a lack of concern for the eight children she would conceive and the six she was already struggling to raise.
They also added that Kamrava should instead have sent the unemployed single mom for a mental health evaluation. (ANI)