Led by Dr. Mats Brännström, a team of surgeons at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden are giving Sara, now 25-years old, hope that she may one day fulfill her dream of giving birth to a baby.
Speaking with The Telegraph, she said, “It would mean the world to me for this to work and to have children. At the moment I am trying not to get my hopes up so that I am not disappointed. But we have also been thinking about adoption for a long time and if the transplant fails then we will try to adopt.”
The facts (not implications) are that she has given it a lot of thought and being able to experience childbirth is her greater priority. Obviously, she's thought about it at least since she was married and assuredly longer because she's known about her condition since she was a teenager. This is her chance, however marginal, to bring to realization her most hopeful dream.
How much more thought do you feel she needs to put into it to be enough? What you're implying is that until she comes to the same conclusion you have, her decision is wrong . What you're implying is that you're more qualified to make a decision concerning her life than she ever will be. She's made her decision between adoption and surgery. It's a decision that she -- and only she-- is qualified to make. Get over yourself because, like it or not, you don’t matter.
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