The couple which reaches this last stage has already survived a planet of obstacles and may be their will power can navigate the ocean of planned parenthood too. However, apparently, in the age of designer babies, the fear of having an imperfect or slow or less functional baby from the womb of a woman with disability rears its head, and the couple succumbs to this pressure, likely to opt for adoption or surrogacy instead.
To add on, there are endless myths attached to disability, which simply reinforce the belief that PWDs cannot make good mothers.
May be the first baby step towards creating sensitization is to profile parents who have surmounted disability and have given birth to a healthy child. This will raise the confidence of future parents with disabilities to come out of their cocoons and cherish that one moment like our parents do.