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    Sperm Donation Benefits

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    turn to sperm donation and artificial insemination.You might choose a sperm donor to help when unable to conceive such as a woman who doesn 't have a male partner or a couple experiencing male infertility. Like many things, there are both beneficial and unbeneficial outcomes to sperm donors. Some benefits being that it will help mothers trying to conceive and same sex couples along with the men and women who are serving in our military. A few unbeneficial issues being not knowing the medical background of the father or the child not knowing who their biological father is. Luckily, many of the benefits will outweigh the downfalls. To get started, the downfalls of sperm…

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    As of 2013 more than eighty six percent of adults say they already have children, are planning to have children, or wish to have children yet one in every four couples suffer from infertility. Infertility may be due to a single cause in either you or your partner’s reproductive system, or a combination of both that may prevent pregnancy from occurring. Fortunately there are many therapies and treatments for overcoming infertility. One of the most controversial solutions is Surrogacy. Now for…

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    Pros And Cons Of Surrogacy

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    Surrogacy is when a woman carries a child for a couple who cannot conceive or carry a pregnancy to term. In today’s age, surrogacy is mainly agreed upon through a contract, but the idea of surrogacy has been around for centuries and is even talked about in the bible. Surrogacy comes with the ultimate benefit of receiving a child, but there are also many complications that come along with the process. The benefits of surrogacy do not outweigh the complications. There are two main types of…

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    Film Analysis: Baby Mama

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    Film Analysis: Baby Mama 1. Introduction Michael McCullers film “Baby Mama” is based on the idea of infertility and surrogacy. This film was produced in 2008 by Micheal McCullers. Overall, I thought this film was an excellent film because it was comical and kept the audience engaged. However, from a sociological perspective this film left out a lot of important aspects of surrogacy such as the many people who endure endless amounts of boundaries when it comes to infertility treatments which…

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    article Genetic and Gestational Surrogacy: an Overview as “using a substitute mother in place of the natural mother” (Mondal 189-193). Surrogacy can be used for both commercially financial or altruistic reasoning. I personally favor it when it 's used altruistically because the surrogate does it out of the pure kindness of her heart without looking for any gain. Surrogacy is a very broad term because there are such things as gestational surrogacies and traditional surrogacies. The type of…

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    Paid surrogate motherhood has become a subject undergoing intense research and scrutiny in recent years because of multiple cases, including baby M and many others. It raises a moral question: is this practice equivalent to selling babies? The answer is unclear and the arguments made for it often lead to a “slippery slope.” In attempting to answer this question I will argue that paid surrogacy should be legal in certain circumstances and under regulation. To start I will defend paid surrogacy,…

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    posterior, thighs, face, breasts etc. Another reason women use surrogate in vitro fertilization is because of their careers in which taking care of their body is part of their job. Women in athletics that include basketball, cheerleading and the Olympics are women who have to watch their figure when eating as well as having babies. Another industry that women’s bodies are affected are in the entertainment business. Dancers, singers, performers, and actresses all depend on the entire package…

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    (GIFT). This list does not, however, include IVF. In order to become a sperm donor in California, there is a strict criterion you must fulfill. For example, you must be at least five feet and nine inches tall, and be attending a university or hold an advanced degree. If you qualify, you are expected to donate sperm once per week, and actively participate for 9-12 months. The donor will not have access to information regarding the recipients of their semen specimens, due to privacy laws that…

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    Medical advances in sperm preservation has advanced over the years with sperm still being viable after several years. It is not just the anonymous donor making a deposit at a sperm bank for money, but males preserving their sperm before serving in the military or before getting cancer treatments. They want to preserve their sperm in the event they become infertile or in some cases die. Often if they are in a serious relationship they leave specific instructions on who takes ownership of the…

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    Ivf Vs Designer Baby

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    The original process of IVF(In Vitro Fertilization) and PGD was used to find and get rid of diseases of the parent’s babies. Throughout the years scientists have used IVF and PGD for more physical and characteristical traits like blond hair or blue eyes. During the process ofTo do IVF, scientists combine the egg and sperms provided to form an embryo, take an embryo and an egg with a petri dish, engage in tests, and then puts the fertilized egg inside the mother. The outcome or the end result is…

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