In Vitro Fertilization Essay

301 WordsMar 5, 20132 Pages
In Vitro Fertilization 1. (Attention) every person believes that some things would make him happy, but there is this only one thing that would make everyone happy (the voice of newly born crying baby) this voice ringing in your ear and you really feel it for the first time. 2. (Need) what if you never hear this voice, what if all you hear is nothing, did you ever think of not having your very own baby. Well many people never felt and never heard this baby's voice. 3. (Authority) after researches have been done, they finally found the solution. 4. (Central idea) IVF which is in vitro fertilization is the solution for your problems; it's a process by which an egg is fertilized by sperm outside the body. First Body: Advantages: This treatment option gives women with blocked, damaged or missing fallopian tubes (the normal route for the egg to travel from the ovary to the uterus) a chance to have a baby. Disadvantages: It's expensive Emotionally straining. fertility drugs used to stimulate egg production themselves can have severe side effects . Risk of multiple pregnancies and increased risk of miscarriage and other complications. Because the procedure often places more than one embryo in a woman's uterus, there is a higher than usual chance of having twins or triplets. Around one in four couples who have had successful IVF treatment will have twins. In most cases children conceived by IVF are healthy. However, several long-term follow-up studies have found that IVF children are more likely to have accessed health care services, such as hospitals, for surgery or other medical interventions than children conceived naturally. women who have had IVF are at increased risk of ectopic pregnancy, where an embryo implants in a fallopian tube or a woman's abdominal

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