nadyadoc200.jpgDr. Michael Kamrava, who implanted way too many embryos in the now-famous Nadya Suleman, should have his license suspended, the Medical Board of California has recommended.

A complaint was filed against Octomom's doctor by the office of California's Attorney General, accusing him of gross negligence, for repeated negligent acts, and for inadequate records.

The office of Attorney General Edmund G. Brown says Kamrava transferred "a number of blastocyst embryos far in excess of ASRM [American Society for Reproductive Medicine] recommendation and beyond the reasonable judgment of any treating physician."

He is also charged with neglecting to perform a mental evaluation on Suleman, a single mom, who gave birth to 14 children between 1997 and 2008, mostly through IVF.

The Medical Board of California's report condems the doctor for his " ... failure to recognize that [Suleman's] behavior was outside the norm and that her conduct was placing her offspring at risk for potential harm."