Prenatal Testing Sanders belief on prenatal testing is that every mother should have the freedom of choice in what care the mother receive. Sanders did ultrasounds and fetal sex determination as her choice of prenatal testing with her pregnancy (M. Sanders, personal communication, January 30, 2016). An ultrasound is usually perform at 7 week in order to find any abnormalities and also for fetal sex deamination to find out the sex of the child (Santrock, 2016). Sanders thoughts some of the various prenatal testing was unnecessary for her pregnancy such as amniocentesis test and fetal MRI unless the child was at extreme danger if not performed.
Caroline Cook November 9, 2015 ENG 101 In chapters 13 Doc Hata recalls having a feeling that Sunny was pregnant, around the same time she had Tommy. Sunny gives her father the chance to babysit Tommy after her babysitter cancelled on her. Sunny had a job interview for a manager’s position at a young girl/ preteens clothing store. Before the interview Doc Hata and Sunny end up speaking of the first time she was pregnant, which is something readers didn’t know previously.
In Just like us the four girls Clara, Elisa, Marsala, and Yadira have been best friends since middle school. However, the legal status of the girls creates some unspoken animosity among them. Bothe Clara and Elissa have documentation, with Clara having a green card, and Elissa, who is an American citizen due to her mother crossing the border to give birth to her. The status of the girls is the result of their parents ability and decisions, regarding how they immigrated to the United States.
FDA approves of the first ever legal Birth Control. “Initially pioneered by Margaret Sanger and funded by Heiress Katherine McCormick. ”(“FDA Approves Pill”) Many people have waited for a legal way in the U.S. to come out that will make it easier to lower the chances of conceiving. “Sanger Opened the first birth control clinic in U.S. in 1916 in hope to encourage a more practical alternative than what was at that time of decreases conception.”
After researching the topic some more, I quickly realized that has many ethical issues. According to the passage Assisted Reproductive Technology, a prospective father impregnates a fertile woman which is usually done my artificial insemination (McGraw-Hill 399). At this point, the fertile woman has agreed to give the baby to the father and his partner after she births the baby. This means that the surrogate mother is the biological mother of the baby.
After reading Raymond Carver’s short story, “Popular Mechanics”, I instantly recognized the connection between Carver’s story and the story of King Solomon’s wisdom. In the biblical account of king Solomon’s reign; Solomon is approached by two women. Both women had both gave birth, one to a stillborn and one to a healthy baby. Both women claimed the healthy baby as their own child.
Henderson in Beloved: A Casebook makes the point, “that if memory is materialized in the reappearance of Beloved it is maternalized in Sethe’s (re)configuration. ”(91) Sethe gives birth to her future, in an appearance of an unfamiliar infant. Similarly she also gives birth to her past, the birth of Beloved is symbolical and afterwards maternalizes her past by compensating her role as a mother to Beloved. Sethe seeks no other significant role in her life other than the role of a mother.
The gestational surrogate uses in vitro fertilization; commonly known as IVF. In this process eggs are gathered from the mother and fertilized with the father’s sperm creating an embryo. The embryo is then placed into the uterus of the surrogate. “ She carries the child for 9 months and after delivering the infant surrenders to the couple” (Landau, 9). The gestational surrogate is called the birth mother but she is not the biological mother.
The mom for sure has feelings about her first born and probably regrets making her choice, despite the fact that she had reasons for giving her child up in the first place. The mom would be generous to give her daughter/son a chance on getting to know her. Her first born doesn’t have to accept to meet up with her/his siblings unless they all agreed
So it all started it out when I was born. My birth mom was doing drugs when she was pregnant. She gave birth to a little boy who was born with a drug addiction. Thankfully and sadly my mom could not keep me. She could not keep me because they did not want me to be affected by the drugs she was doing even more.