If an adopted child is having medical problems, should the Parents tell the bmom? Is it more difficult for her to know when she is powerless to do anything? How do you say it with out the bmom getting defensive and feeling like the parents are "blaming" them if they bring up medical problems?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:13 PM on Mar. 24, 2009 in Adoption
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Answer by Anonymous at 8:54 AM on Mar. 25, 2009
When my daughter had cancer I called the bio mom she said cancer did run in her family. My sweet girl needed a bone marrow transplant. The bio mom and bio dad were married and had other children two were adults the other three were teens. When I asked if they would get tested to see if they could donate they agreed and got tested. The bio mom was a match and agreed to donate. A week before my angel was to recieve this treatment the bio mom changed her mind and we could not find another donor. My beautiful and brave daughter died a few months later. The bio mom and bio dad (more like egg and sperm donors) tried to come to the funeral but were banned if she would not give my child something that might have saved her she has no right to be there. She was not told where my child was buried and we never allowed her to see my daughters twin brother again.
Answer by Anonymous at 11:34 PM on Mar. 25, 2009
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