What would you do if you got pregnant with another woman's embryos on accident?

This poor woman was undergoing fertility treatments and was accidentally implanted with another woman's embryos. She didn't find out until she was already three months along.

This would be so heartbreaking, to try to get pregnant for so long, go through fertility treatments and IVF and think you are pregnant with twins just to find out the twins you are carrying do not belong to you.

What would you do? Terminate the pregnancy or carry them to term? Give the babies to their biological parents? Fight to keep them as your own?

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/04/…

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4Katie
04/17/14
8Theresa Gould
I agree with you Melissa and feel the same way.
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    04/17/14
    Beth
    Oh man. I don't know what I would do. This isn't the first time I've heard of that happening though.

    Personally, I don't think I could ever have an abortion. But I don't know that I would emotionally be able to carry to term if they were going to go to their biological parents. Especially when I have to assume that she was having difficulty conceiving. I guess I would just pray the biological parents would let me be a part of their lives and we could all watch them grow.
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      04/17/14
      4Katie
      I would not abort them and I would carry them to term. I think I wouldn't be able to handle giving them to their biological parents and I would want to keep them for myself. I could not imagine going through all of the sorrow to get pregnant, then have the joy of finding out I am pregnant with twins and then find out they are not really mine. I really don't think I could give them away. I would want to keep them for myself and really hope I wasn't hurting the biological parents by doing so.
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