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The Pros & Cons of In Vitro Fertilisation.

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The Pros & Cons of In Vitro Fertilisation. Infertility has become a huge problem in the western countries, in recent years. It is estimated around 10% of couples in the U.K. have fertility problems. Lately medical technology has offers many answers which are known as "embryo technology." A form of embryo technology is I.V.F. (In Vitro Fertilisation.) There are many pros and cons involved in I.V.F., this is judged by religion and couples whether it is miracle for the future or whether it is a immoral take on life. ...read more.

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The embryos that are thrown away are not foetuses and their annihilation can be warranted by the policy of "double effect", meaning a bad thing has to be done to result an ultimate good thing. A donor does not need to give their egg or sperm to the couple, because if the couple have a problem inseminating the egg it can be done mechanically. The excess eggs and sperm that are not used are discarded. ...read more.

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They will endure the stress, which enters their marriage. They will even risk the health hazards associated with fertility drugs and therapies. Also, if the husband is not able to produce enough sperm and the couple have to go with an A.I.D. the husband may feel less of a man after the child is born, and he may feel jealous ands angry. Couples that have multiple births during their I.V.F. treatment usually suffer unnecessary anxiety, due to frequent lack of information given by the professionals. For a childless couple, the practical and emotional difficulties of caring for two or more babies at the same time may be particularly difficult to imagine. ...read more.

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