They were trying to have baby for last seven years and when it was time to transform their efforts into a reality, IVF Wales broke their heart.
Lorraine, 34 was trying to have baby with her husband, Chris, 35 for last seven years but in every attempt they remained unsuccessful. One fine day, they decided to undergo in vitro fertilization.
Now, next problem was to find a woman, who could donate her eggs, but that problem also got solved when Lorraine's sister agreed to donate her eggs.
All three, Lorraine, her sister and Chris went to IVF Wales and completed the formalities where Lorraine sister donated her eggs.
Now, it was IVF Wales duty to handle the case. Both of them, Lorraine and Chris were ecstatic that now soon they would become parents. With high spirits they returned back home from clinic.
Soon they got a call, which broke their heart and turned them in to tears. It was a call from the clinic, which informed them due to `mechanical error' their all 10 eggs have got destroyed.
Frustrated couple is now filing a lawsuit against the clinic to get an answer that how all this happened. They do not want any other couple to go through same turmoil through which they have passed and that is also the reason they wanted to bring them into public eyes.
IVF Expert, Guy Forster was of the view, "These precious eggs, which had been donated by Lorraine's sister, having undergone weeks of hormone therapy and invasive procedures, were destroyed in a split second".
It is not the first time that the clinic has done such error and is one in the series. Sometime back, they broke healthy sperms, which were donated by cancer patients.
Watchdogs are quiet concerned about such rudimentary errors of the clinic.
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