I find extremly selfish, having children is kinda selfish, but its even worse when people KNOW the chances of their kids having the same condition as them is big, but still choose to have them
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Although I personally wouldn't chose to have a child if in this state, I can completely sympathise.
A maternal instinct and there is a difference between adoption and your own child. It might seem selfish, but you are forgetting one crucial thing. THEY HAVE KNOWN NO OTHER LIFE. It's not like their arms fell off or their legs stopped working one day. They have lived through life and know it's possible, and becoming easier every day.
If you put aside their disabilities (because like I said, just like you and me that's the life they have always know) your question is "should we make people feel bad for being disabled and restrict their rights?"
I understand your concern but it honestly shows your lack of understanding for the disabled. My dad is an amputee and I've been looking after him for 7 years. I guess what I'm saying is don't judge for something you have no experience or no comprehension. Either you consider disabled people a person, or you don't.
Which are you?