A hearing date has been set in the case against Octo-Mom’s doctor who has been accused of gross negligence by the California Attorney General RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned. The hearing is scheduled to take place from October 18 to October 29, 2010 in Los Angeles.
A settlement conference was held Monday, May 17 for the case. The Attorney General filed papers in December to revoke or suspend the medical license of Dr. Michael Kamrava, the obstetrician/gynecologist who implanted Nadya Suleman with her multiple embryos which resulted in the birth of her eight children on January 26, 2009.
Dr. Kamrava is accused of gross negligence, repeated negligent acts and of keeping inadequate records. The CA Attorney General said that the doctor transferred “a number of blastocyst embryos far in excess of ASRM recommendation and beyond the reasonable judgment of any treating physician.”
The complaint alleges that Kamrava retrieved too many ooctyes from Suleman when frozen embryos were available and that he planted far too many embryos during her final pregnancy.
"If they are saying he transferred too many, he didn't do anything wrong," Nadya told RadarOnline.com exclusively. She denied that the doctor did not use the frozen embryos, saying that in her last treatment "he used all the frozen embryos." This treatment resulted in the octuplet pregnancy.
The Board also said Dr. Kamrava used gross negligence by not referring Nadya for a mental health evaluation. "I've never heard any of that before and that's their subjective use," she said. Nadya began her first fertility treatments in 1997 and told RadarOnline.com "They didn't do it back then."
Calls to Dr. Kamrava’s attorney were not returned.
Nadya has 14 children, the octuplets and six older children, all of whom were conceived via in-vitro fertilization and she claims they all have the same sperm donor father.