The Pros And Cons Of Infertility

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Infertility may play havoc in a couple’s life who want to have their biological child and even it can drive the couple to see themselves as a failure to be fruitful and multiply. Based on World Health Organization (WHO), about 8-10% of couples in industrialised countries have reproductive problem. However, since science always develop day by day lead to even impossible thing sometimes can be possible for example reproductive problem nowadays can be overcome by In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), Intra-uterine Insemination (IUI) and and many more. IVF is such a double edged sword (Amit Kumar Banerjee,2006). After the birth of first baby through IVF, Louise Brown in1978, the famous philosopher, Mary Warnock said that it is important for the public…show more content…
This is seen as both unnatural and a threat to unity of the family and the dignity of human being. In fact, during 1968, Pope Paul VI, had issued a slightly controversial document entitled ‘Humanae Vitae’ state that a very negative view of IVF, indicating that separation of procreative intention or mutually acceptable conjugal relationship wasn’t appropriate. Most of the time, the sperms are collected through masturbation and the word masturbation itself already create enormous sceptical in society as they claim it is immoral. Most of the religion shared the same opinion, condemned masturbation as it inhibit self-control and promote sexual promiscuity. Masturbation is an intrinsically and seriously disordered act (Pope Paul VI). However, scholars in Islam do not strictly banned masturbation and they also not generally approve masturbation except in extenuating circumstances. For me, I agree that under certain condition, masturbation can be done as we are looking for a solution to treat infertility couple to have children as long as it is done for correct intention and noble…show more content…
This technique requires creation of embryo by IVF and then removal of a blastomere from each apparently good embryo of an early stage. The isolated cell is then tested for the presence or absence of the inherited disease. PGD is a method of selecting which embryo to place in a woman womb. i support this method because couples can avoid having children with seriously early onset inherited disease disorders such as Tay-Sachs disease. However, it is more ethical to screen the embryo before you implant it, rather than waiting until the woman is pregnant, testing the fetus and then having an abortion. “It seems as clear as daylight that abortion would be a crime” ( Mahatma Gandhi, All Men Are Brothers: Autobiographical
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