Octomom Doc Kamrava: 'It Was Done the Right Way'

While Kamrava fights to keep his license, Nadya Suleman's octuplets are now 17 months old.

"Again, it has been traumatic and it has made a lot of impact -- not on me but also my family," Kamrava said. "So it's been difficult."

He described how he dealt in the low moments.

"My wife talks to me a lot and gives me comfort," he said. "And I do a lot of walking and sometimes bicycling. ... That helps."

Kamrava's meeting before the medical board is this fall. He says he's confident he'll be able to convince them to let him stay in business.

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