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Nill
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reproductive medicine during last few years became very popular. but I don't know whether it is really so effective as it said. of course, it is great that there is ability for everyone to become parents due to reproductive medicine, so what pluses and minuses do you see in the reproductive medicine?

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Nill
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yes, there are abilities to become parents even for same sex couples and it is good but the main two minuses I see are... the first one - it is rather expensive procedures and the second minus i see that it is allowed not in all countries, so some couples are forced to travel around the world to find the place where they can do it.

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Lanny
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but it is the only way to become parents, it is the only one chance for same sex couples. And as for me it is the plus which is much more bigger than all minuses. When you have no other chances to implement your dream into life it is not time to pay attention to minuses.

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reproductive medicine gives a great chance to the same sex couples to become parents. For me the most acceptable variant was adoption of my partner's child. But I think that in some other case I would use reproductive medicine. but sometimes it is also a problem because not in all countries it is allowed for same sex couples to use reproductive medicine.

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Nill
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I can't say whether it is effective or not but for same sex couples it is the only one possible way out. We don't have other variants and ways to become parents except using services of reproductive medicine, so it is a plus which cross all possible minuses.

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Nill
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Today we have a lot of possibilities to do different things including reproductive medicine. And it is not needed to tell that it is a big plus that there are such possibility. to the minus ids that not all people can afford such procedures and are forced to save money for years.

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Lanny
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I can say that it is really effective and quick way to make your dreams true. But it costs a lot of money and not all same sex families which are willing to become parents have chance to go through such programs which are offered by reproductive clinics, agencies and centers. But there are a lot which used surrogacy programs already and are happy parents. everything depends on your savings in the bank. Just a matter of money.

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Nill
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As the incidence and awareness of infertility have increased in the last decades, reproductive endocrinologists and scientists have striven to improve the therapeutic options being offered to patients. One of the most advanced and efficient technologies currently being offered is assisted reproductive technology. Among the various techniques that are comprised by assisted reproductive technology, in vitro fertilization is the most widely studied and used, being responsible for approximately 1% of all live births in the United States. As this technology has evolved, many controversies have arisen, and it is the purpose of this article to review what in the authors' opinion are the most current and controversial aspects of the whole process of in vitro fertilization and its related techniques.One of the biggest controversies in reproductive medicine: natural killer cells.

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Nill
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The use of reproductive medical treatments has become increasingly routine in recent years. This paper reports on a study of how different aspects of modern reproductive medicine are perceived by the German population. The majority of respondents had already heard or read something about reproductive medicine; knowledge gaps were prevalent in men and individuals with lower levels of education. The decrease in female fertility usually was underestimated, whereas both the number of involuntarily childless couples and the success rate of reproductive medical treatment were overestimated. One-third of participants would make use of reproductive medicine to have their own child.

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Nill
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At least the biggest plus is that reproductive medicine gives us ability to become parents and as for me it is plus which crosses all possible minuses, isn't it? Also as a plus I consider genetic connection what is also rather important for some Intendant parents. there are those who don't want to adopt on;y because they want to gave genetically related baby, continuation of own generation. And it is normal as for me if person want to have own baby.

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Nill
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It is very interesting theme.
I know that reproductive medicine gives a great chance to the same sex couples to become parents. For me the most acceptable variant was adoption of my partner's child. But I think that in some other case I would use reproductive medicine. but sometimes it is also a problem because not in all countries it is allowed for same sex couples to use reproductive medicine.

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