Chelsea Clinton Chooses In Vitro Fertilization

by Adam ,  The National Enquirer | 2013-01-08

Former First Daughter, Chelsea Clinton is keen to start a family in 2013, as her parents health is still a concern, according to a source of the National Enquirer. Clinton has chosen to achieve pregnancy by In Vitro Fertilization.

Chelsea Clinton turns 33 in February. Sources told the publication that former First Daughter is to begin IVF treatment with husband Marc Mezvin.

The couple married on July 31, 2010 and suffered a rough patch, which led to them briefly living apart for a half year after tying the knot. This had to do with the husband adjusting to a life in the spotlight.

Apparently, Chelsea was the one who decided to go with IVF and husband Mark supported her in this. Although there are high chances to give twins, the couple realizes this and is ready to go through with the treatment. 

“Chelsea is very con­cerned with her mother’s life-or-death medical crisis and her father’s concerns about dying. So with luck, a birth announcement is just around the corner.”

In August, last year, in an interview for the same publication, Chelsea said: “My mom always tells me parenthood was the greatest thing that ever happened to her. And as the subject of such an amazing compliment, I can’t do anything but be grateful and smile and say that I’m confident that I will feel the same way when I am so blessed. It’s certainly something that Marc and I talk a lot about.”

Now, the overall health of Chelsea Clinton’s mother may have been a good reason to go through with IVF. According to the National Enquirer “Chelsea is very concerned with her mother’s life-or-death medical crisis and her father’s concerns about dying”.

The press is now waiting for the birth announcement.

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