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    People travel to Thailand not just for enjoying their vacations, but also for realizing the dream of having a baby. India, Thailand and California in the United States are the most popular destinations for cross- border reproductive care or fertility tourism (Mckelvey, David, Shenfield, & Jauniaux, 2009). People usually go abroad for commercial surrogacy. No matter what their marital status or sexual orientation are (Armour, 2012), they could seek help from surrogacy agencies in those places. Surrogacy is an arrangement that a surrogate mother carries an embryo and subsequent birthing of a baby for an intended couple who is unable to conceive babies by themselves. It seems that surrogacy is a solution to create a new member in a family. Although the birth of a baby is believed as a blessed event for families, it could become the beginning of nightmare to children at the same time. Surrogacy has been a thorny issue. It should not be encouraged. There are two forms of surrogacy. In traditional, surrogate mother would use her own egg along with intended father’s sperm. The process is accomplished through artificial insemination. Therefore, surrogate mother is the genetic mother of the resulting baby. In gestational, only being the carrier of…

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    In the article “Reasons US Women Have Abortions: Quantitative and Qualitative Perspectives” it states “A Sep. 2005 survey in the peer-reviewed journal Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health asking women why they hand an abortion found that 73% of participants said they could not afford to have a baby, and 38% claimed giving birth would interfere with their education and career goals.” (Finer & Forthwith 13) There are many other reasons as to why women decides not to give birth to a…

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    It is most important to consider the science behind IVF. Couples experience fertility problems either because the male has bad quality sperm or the woman has endometriosis. Although many couples feel like it is their only option, IVF has many health risks involved. IVF stands for In Vitro Fertilization and was first attempted in the 1970s. It is not highly recommended for the simple fact that you undergo multiple procedures for only a 40% chance of getting pregnant. When considering IVF, you…

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    The law I picked was the capacity to prematurely end an infant’s life less than 18 years old. I picked this law in reflection of the fact that paying little mind to the individual being youthful, they were willing to have intercourse. Not saying that everybody who gets pregnant are continually eager cause that is not the situation, however notwithstanding on the off chance that it was willing or not they had intercourse and clearly it was a blessing from God. Despite the fact that I feel as…

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    Change into a fertility diet and see your vitality and fecundity soar high Description: The fertility rates in both men and women have reduced greatly and as a result majority of couples face permanent fertility failures. Research shows a good diet may help greatly What makes a meal right for your reproductive system? It is definitely not the first time that you may have seen the importance of a good diet being discussed. The reason may have been different, per say losing weight or getting a…

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    Cultural Differences Among Pregnant Women There are many different traditions, rituals and beliefs within many cultures that may occur when a woman becomes pregnant. When a woman becomes pregnant she will ultimately receive positive or negative feedback depending on her cultures beliefs. Although, the beliefs and traditions are different, the perceptions of an expecting mother-to-be is more based on her socioeconomic status and it will determine if she will receive positive or…

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    Teenage Pregnancy Case Study

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    pregnancy despite the intervention strategies that have been put in place. In 1990 approximately 530,000 teenagers in the United States became pregnant, 51% of whom gave birth (Coley & Chase-Lansdale, 1998). Available literature suggests that fertility rates in developing countries have declined in the past two decades (Dickson, 2002; Caldwell & Caldwell, 2002). It is argued that due to changing socio-political circumstances, women have reassessed the timing of childbirth and the role of…

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    Reproductive Technology

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    Over the last 50 years alone we have come a long way for when it comes to creating a family. When it comes to raising a family, it seems like people have had more of an open mind on this subject. All of this new reproductive technologies has not only allowed people to have the family that they have always dreamed of, but it also allowed for people to gain a whole new perspective on life. From using a surrogate to freezing embryos, the thing that matter most is that people are happy with the…

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    Imagine that 20 years later, we may have children who are in the same age as us. At that time, can we ask ourselves confidently whether we are a good parent or not. Normally, most people would answer with confidence that they play a good role in their children’s life. However, for some who do not love their children, or who they want to give up the chance to be parents at first, if they ask their children this kind of questions, their children may answer that it is not that happy to born in a…

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    Infertility Research

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    women (Kamani & Olenja 2001). The only times men were actually “punished” for not being able to father children is when it came to be selected for a leadership role. Because they were childless, these men were often overlooked. Again, the reasoning being that by only having a child a man could be truly called a man (Tebong, & Adongo, 2013). Education Research on programs in regards to teaching communities to be more compassionate and understanding towards infertile couples revealed…

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