Australian couple refuses to take their surrogate baby with Down syndrome
Gammy, a six-month-old infant left behind by his Australian parents, might not survive in light of the fact that his poor Thai surrogate mother can't pay for restorative treatment for his inborn heart condition.
The story of how 21-year-old Pattharamon Janbua has prompted Thai powers move to get serious about IVF facilities, leaving many Australian couples confronting vulnerability about their surrogacy kids.
Ms Pattharamon's family were battling to pay off obligations a year ago when she was offered what might as well be called $11,700 to be a surrogate mother for an Australian couple who couldn't imagine a child.
Ms Pattharamon says three months after a specialist infused the Australian lady's prepared egg into her uterus, she came to know that she was having twins.
The middle man made a guarantee to her an extra $1673 to have the second child.
Four months into the pregnancy, specialists doing routine checks told her that one of the infants had Down disorder. They told the Australian folks, who said they would not like to take the kid, as per a source acquainted with the case.
At the point when the infants were born, the healthy girl was taken away and the boy was left behind.
Under the danger of not being paid, she misled an official of the Australian consulate in Bangkok about the circumstances of the births, which permitted the Australians to take the sound infant.
A few authorities of the Australian government office in Bangkok are supporting the fight now to support the baby boy.
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