Pros And Cons Of In Vitro Fertilization

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In Vitro Fertilization Infertility is a condition that results in the inability to reproduce successfully. It is affected by a large sum of the world's population. 10% of the womens are affected by this condition, and are suffering. Ageing also affects her infertility, by having a lesser chance of having a child. In men there is this problem where it happens on the mans testicles called varicocele, where the veins on the man's testicles become too large. This heats the testicles where it can affect the number and shape of the sperm. Cystic Fibrosis can also often cause infertility to men during his lifetime. In vitro fertilization is when the doctor collects the sperm and the egg from the couple and combining them on a laboratory/petri dish. After injecting the sperm into the egg, they then transfer the embryo into…show more content…
My first argument is that IVF will give couples a chance to have their own baby. I put this under con because society has created this social pressure that 8% of the babies born preterm will have a chance to be born prematurely. Difficulties premature babies have, short term complications such as heart problems, brain problems, breathing problems, temperature control problems, gastrointestinal problems, blood problems, metabolism problems, immune system problems. Long term complications such as cerebral palsy, impaired cognitive skills, vision problems, hearing problems, dental problems, and chronic health issues. As the woman grows older, the percentage of a chance of having a child will decrease. Babies that are born 23 weeks or less will have a 30% survival rate. Babies born at 31 weeks will have a 97% survival rate. Preterm birth will

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