Inconceivable A Medical Mistake the Baby We Couldn t Keep and Our Choice to Deliver the Ultimate Gift A medical mistake during an IVF procedure An unthinkable situation you re pregnant with the wrong baby You can terminate but you can t keep him What choice would you make Carolyn and Sean Savage had

  • Title: Inconceivable: A Medical Mistake, the Baby We Couldn't Keep, and Our Choice to Deliver the Ultimate Gift
  • Author: Carolyn Savage Sean Savage
  • ISBN: 9780062004635
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A medical mistake during an IVF procedure An unthinkable situation you re pregnant with the wrong baby You can terminate, but you can t keep him What choice would you make Carolyn and Sean Savage had been trying to expand their family for years When they underwent an IVF transfer in February 2009, they knew it would be their last chance If they became pregnant,A medical mistake during an IVF procedure An unthinkable situation you re pregnant with the wrong baby You can terminate, but you can t keep him What choice would you make Carolyn and Sean Savage had been trying to expand their family for years When they underwent an IVF transfer in February 2009, they knew it would be their last chance If they became pregnant, they would celebrate the baby as an answer to their prayers If not, they would be grateful for the family they had and leave their fertility struggles behind forever.They never imagined a third option The pregnancy test was positive, but the clinic had transferred the wrong embryos Carolyn was pregnant with someone else s baby.The Savages faced a series of heartbreaking decisions terminate the pregnancy, sue for custody, or hand over the infant to his genetic parents upon delivery Knowing that Carolyn was carrying another couple s hope for a baby, the Savages wanted to do what they prayed the other family would do for them if the situation was reversed Sean and Carolyn Savage decided to give the ultimate gift, the gift of life, to a family they didn t know, no strings attached.Inconceivable provides an inside look at how modern medicine, which creates miracles daily, could allow such a tragic mistake, and the many legal ramifications that ensued with both the genetic family and the clinic Chronicling their tumultuous pregnancy and its aftermath, which tested the Savage s faith, their relationship to their church, and their marriage, Inconceivable is ultimately a testament to love Carolyn and Sean loved this baby, making it impossible for them to imagine how they could give him life and then give him away.In the end, Inconceivable is a story of what it is to be a parent, someone who nurtures a life, protects a soul, only to release that child into the world long before you re ready to let him go.

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    1. I was torn on how to rate this book. First, let me say that I have not read the other side of the story written by the genetic mother, Shannon Morell, but I would like to now. Let me start with the good things about this book. The writing was pretty good, and most of the time it held my interest though I do think it could have been shortened. The story is worth hearing. The Savages were brutally honest about their emotions, and I applaud them for their honesty -- for the most part (more on that [...]

    2. Wow. I thought I knew "the story" after reading Misconception, told from the point of the view of Shannon Morrell (whose frozen embryos were implanted in Carolyn Savage's womb due to an unbelievable medical mishap). But, like they say, there are two sides to every story (at least!), and this story would be hollow had the Savages not shared their point of view. I admired their values that led to them making the right choice, even when it meant emotional heartache (oh, what heartache!) and isolati [...]

    3. I'm having difficulty with this review. How much do I write about the book and its merits as literature and how much do I write about the authors? I debated about accepting this book for review, since as a Catholic I believe in-vitro fertilization is immoral. I figured that the authors espoused a religion that did not so believe and that I'd be able to see their point of view, even if I didn't agree with it. Unfortunately, I was wrong on both counts. However, I'll be the first to admit that my b [...]

    4. An oddly unaffecting story about an avoidable medical error.The IVF clinic where the Savages were being treated accidentally implanted another family's embryo -- and Carolyn Savage got pregnant. From the beginning, she and her husband Sean knew that they would not have an abortion, and that they would not seek custody (custody they would have been unlikely to win, though this does not appear to have been any part of the reason they chose not to seek custody.) This book covers the period of the p [...]

    5. A more honest read about the mixed up embryo story; after reading "Misconception", I felt really disturbed because I really disliked the woman after reading it. She was self-absorbed and her personality just bugged me. All she could say was how badly she was suffering. The whole time, I kept telling myself, "Consider how Carolyn Savage felt, you egotistical, self-absorbed woman!" Perhaps this is why I ran to get "Inconcievable" as soon as I heard it was out."Inconcievable" told the story of Caro [...]

    6. An unbelievable story about a woman who was implanted with another couple's embryos. Because of their religious beliefs, they made the difficult decision to give birth to the baby, and then gave the baby to the genetic couple. Although the story was fascinating due to the topic alone, I found a couple of points about their story off-putting. First, they make an admirable, yet unfathonable, decision to carry through the pregnancy. They also decide upfront that they will give the baby to the right [...]

    7. I cannot stomach this dull memoir. Perhaps a ghost writer would have helped? Carolyn Savage comes off sounding whinny and self absorbed.You know those memoirs where you almost hope something awful will happen to the main character/narrator to actually give her something to whine about? Yes, this was one of those. My impression of this book: "We are Catholic. We want to have lots of Catholic children but only have three. *whine, whine, whine* IVF is expensive and against Catholic beliefs. *whine, [...]

    8. "The IVF mistake was simply stated: Carolyn Savage was pregnant with someone else's embryos. She and her husband Sean were forced to make a seemingly inconceivable choice: Either terminate the pregnancy, sue for custody, or deliver the baby—and relinquish it. The Savages decided to do what they would hope that another couple would do in a comparable situation. This is their story. Impossible to read without placing yourself in their situation."I couldn't agree more. The whole time I was readin [...]

    9. Why in the world would I read a book like this? Did I want to read about this couple's strength in an unbelievable situation? I don't know, but just looking at the photos in this book made me cry. After spending years and years trying to expand their family, Sean and Carolyn Savage turned to IVF. Desperate for just one more child, they undergo an embryo transfer only to find out shortly thereafter that the embryos weren't theirs. The fertility clinic had made a colossal error! What transpires is [...]

    10. I went to a discussion with the authors and I can't wait to read this book - I was very impressed with this couple and am glad they are sharing their story.The best way to describe this book is honest. At times I would like to think I would handle things differently than Carolyn did, but really, who knows? Hopefully no one else will have to go through a similar situation. Book was a quick read and written from each of their perspectives. They are good people and I hope that they get to add to th [...]

    11. The subject matter of the book was what attracted me to it. However I felt that either the writing or delivery was poor. While I assumed I would have strong feelings of empathy for the couple I really didn't connect with them and I've struggled to figure out why. I'm not a religious person so their choice of IVF didn't and doesn't affect my viewpoint (I'd be a supporter of that choice). I do value honesty but I suppose I was looking for them to have an epiphany about the situation and see some p [...]

    12. I found the author whiny and self righteous and self centered. I was a little disgusted at how proprietary she was towards the child, knowing full well it was not her child. I felt bad for the biological parents.

    13. I read this over about a 12-15 hour period and both this and the book by the bio mom in 30 hours both.My heart goes out to the savages. I understand peoples feeling like their boys should've been enough but they wanted a bigger family from the beginning and tho not every moment of the book is about that I feel it came through that they were throughout the pregnancy with Logan still very involved with their sons and their baby girl. Many of us aren't at our very best when not feeling good during [...]

    14. I'm at a loss as to what to say about this book, this story, everything. I keep thinking about when I, and others, say "I can imagine" and "I can't imagine". We don't really mean that most of the time do we? I literally can't imagine having to deal with what the Savages have dealt with and are still dealing and will always be dealing with. I'm not one of the most likely many people who think it's over because Logan is gone. I understand - it'll never be over.Maybe it takes someone who has dealt [...]

    15. It is hard to rate this type of book. I can't say that I loved it or hated it, so I think a 3 is safe.This audio brought out many strong reactions, so many that I had to keep track on a slip of paper. So here they are, in no particular order.One thing that really bothered me throughout was that the Savages, being devout Catholics, would completely disregard their churches stance on IVF. Whether or not the Catholic church is right or wrong on this issue is irrelevant. I kept wondering how they co [...]

    16. I remember seeing this book when it first came out and being slightly heartbroken by the idea of it. It's about a couple who gets pregnancy with IVF only to find that the wrong baby was implanted. At the time I wasn't even married but was deadly afraid about getting pregnant in the future and the idea that something like that could happen absolutely horrified me.Clearly this book left an impression, which is why 4 years later I remembered it and decided to read it. Turns out that this was a book [...]

    17. A true story. The title of this book is exactly what it should be. The Savage family should never of been put in this situation and have to deal with the life consequences the mistake created. No family should ever been put in the Savage or Morrels situation. The protocols in place should of avoided this situation completely. This book make me cry and made me feel there loss. It is painful to hear of any situation when a child is lost. But in the Savage's situation there is no typical way to dea [...]

    18. Inconceivable will go down in my book as one of the most intriguing, memorable, informative, heart wrenching reads.This is Carolyn & Sean Savage's story of an IVF pregnancy that they prayed about for so long. There was a mix up with the embryos and Carolyn is pregnant with another couple's child. They decide to keep the baby and give the ultimate gift of life to the family who had also been praying about this baby for so long.They did a wonderful job portraying their side of the story. Carol [...]

    19. This was a quick read. I really wanted to like this book, but the Savages' attitudes kept getting in the way of my really enjoying it. I have nothing but respect and admiration for their decision and unselfishness to give Loagn life. The thing that really got me was the fact that they blamed everyone else and refused to take any responsibility for their first decision to participate in IVF. The Catholic church has a policy against IVF, but they decided to go against their church's teachings and [...]

    20. I first saw this story on Dateline and I felt so bad for them but was really impressed how they handled such a difficult situation. They had such love for this baby even though they knew they were going to lose him. I really was not to impressed with the genetic parents I thought they were a little self absorbed I dont think they really ever thought about how hard it was for this couple to do what they did. She gave birth to a baby that she knew the whole time she would never take home. But just [...]

    21. 4.0 Stars This is an emotional, gripping memoir. I was immediately pulled into this extraordinary story. The chapters alternate between the two spouses, providing an interesting duel perspective. The Savages came across as a relatable and likable couple, acting with grace and compassion in a very difficult situation. I read this as an audiobook, which was an excellent experience. This book featured two narrators, one female and one male, representing Carolyn and Sean's perspectives.

    22. I have so many opinions about this book but none I feel comfortable posting in a public forum. I could never understand what either of these families went through and for that reason prefer to keep my opinions to myself. I do highly recommend this read.This was a brave story to tell for what must have been an awful, life altering, and extremely emotional event. My heart goes out to all involved.

    23. Wow! Amazing book that I couldn't put down. The Savages are selfless wonderful people. Beautifully written.

    24. Inconceivable is Carolyn & Sean's true story of being mistakenly inseminated with another couple's embryos during an IVF procedure. In so doing, Carolyn unwittingly becomes a surrogate mother for this other couple's child while giving away her last opportunity, due to her age, for a healthy pregnancy that could have borne another child.I had read about this story in PEOPLE magazine a while ago and was interested to learn more. Despite being a full memoir length, I still was as interested as [...]

    25. Wow. I'm not really sure how to rate this book. I've seen critiques that it was not a great literary accomplishment, but I wasn't expecting that when I picked it up. I had heard some headlines about this when it happened, but I must have been caught up in my own little world because I didn't know much about it. I had a difficult time putting this book down because I didn't know how the story ended. It made my head swim, wondering what I would do in a similar situation. My heart went out to Carol [...]

    26. I wish I could give this book more than three stars, as the story itself was incredibly sad and I do absolutely feel for the Savage family. I just don't feel like I could get lost in the book, it didn't grab me. I guess you could say, I could put it down. Keeping in mind I live in Australia and hadn't heard of this story, so I didn't know exactly what the outcome was going to be; There were a few spoilers at the beginning of the book which may have contributed to why I felt I couldn't engage in [...]

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