Pros And Cons Of In Vitro Fertilization

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In vitro fertilization (IVF) is an alternative form of conceiving a child. It is used when the sperm and egg do not work together to naturally conceive a child, in risk of genetic risks and problems, or the possibility of infertility. With IVF, the egg and sperm is manually combining an egg and sperm in a petri dish to create the beginning of an embryo to then be placed in either a surrogate mother’s or the biological mother’s uterus. Fertilization with IVF does come with some risks, such as multiple births, birth defects, miscarriage, extra stress on the mother and child and the embryo not attaching to the uterus. While these risks are decently low they are still common enough where the doctor will bring it into concern.
For the females there are some things they need to prepare for before going through the process. There are medicines that can help produce hormones that will cause the ovaries to produce multiple eggs that can be extracted. There are also medicines that can help prepare the lining for fertilization and to prevent premature ovulation. Once the eggs are ready and the lining is prepared, the eggs can be extracted and placed in the petri dish to be combined with the sperm. “The removal of cells by biopsy of the embryo and genetic analysis would identify the unaffected embryos that could be transferred to the uterus. The fetus would
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A handful of people believe that any child not conceived naturally is a disgrace, again, especially for same sex couples. Unfortunately same sex couples having a child on their own is looked down on because some people believe that they will corrupt the child. Mainly for religious reasons, it is frowned upon for the same gender to marry. Many religious folk believe that if you cannot conceive naturally, you should not have a child any other way, some believe against adoption as

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