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  • Birth Control Pill
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    Investigation of Reproduction and Development in Animals Due Date: 12/9/96 Cycles, Conception and Contraception Fertility is the condition of being fertile. The aim of contraception is to inhibit fertility in individuals, hence, slowing population growth. The system by which all female contraception must operate: the menstrual cycle. What is the menstrual cycle? and what hormones are involved in controlling it? After puberty, the female produces an egg each month. Other changes take place on a c...
  • Actual Fertilization Of The Eggs
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    In-Vitro Fertilization or IVF IVF is the name for in-vitro fertilization, a procedure that involves retrieving eggs and sperm from the bodies of the male and female partners and placing them together in a laboratory dish for fertilization. The fertilized eggs are then transferred two to six days later into the female partner's uterus. After the fertilized eggs are set into the uterus embryo development will hopefully occur as in a normal pregnancy. IVF is actually a four stage practice that begi...
  • Fertilized Egg
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    In Vitro Fertilization In vito fertilization is a technique used to fertilize an egg outside of the woman's body, usually done because of the failure of conception with normal sexual intercourse. For pregnancy to occur, a sperm must unite with an egg released from the ovary during sexual intercourse. Normally this joining, called fertilization, happens within the fallopian tube, which joins the ovary to the uterus. However, in some situations natural conception cannot occur because of factors af...
  • Fertilized Egg
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    In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a procedure that offers hope to couples who otherwise are unable to conceive. This process is important to infertile couples because it gives them another chance of conceiving a child. In order for normal pregnancy to occur, an egg is released from an ovary and unites with a sperm in a fallopian tube. However, during the process of IVF, this union occurs in a laboratory after both eggs and sperm have been collected. The fertilized egg is then transferred into the ...
  • Vito Fertilization And The Ethical Arguments
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    The Process and Ethics Involving In Vitro Fertilization On July 25, 1978 the first successful in vito fertilization baby was born in Kershaw's Cottage Hospital in Lancashire England. Louise Brown as she was named brought forth a new hope and era for making babies especially for people who had been diagnosed infertile or sterile. This marked the first time that a human offspring had been created outside the body from the union of an egg and a sperm. The people responsible for this medical breakth...
  • Sperm And The Egg
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    Even though the testes and urethra are close together, the sperm must travel through a long tube called the vas de ferns, to reach the urethra and the penis. The sperm is made in the testes. The sac that keeps the sperm at the correct temperature is called the scrotum. The sperm leaves the body through the tube called the urethra. The sperm is deposited by the male in the vagina in the female's body. The sperm must then sw in to the egg to meet with an ovum. There are about hundreds of million o...
  • Vito Fertilization Procedures
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    Current Status of IVF Many individuals are looking to alternatives in child bearing, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) being one of the most popular. IVF in the United States is a costly procedure. It can cost up to $12,000 for one attempt and that is not adding the cost of additional attempts should the first one fail. There are individuals who are in debt for $60,000 in attempting to get pregnant through IVF. Fertility treatments are now a hot commodity, especially in the global marketplace. Many w...
  • Above Conceptions About The Nature Of Ethics
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    In Vitro Fertilization The unexamined life is not worth living. With these words, Socrates stated the creed of reflective men and women and set the task for ethics: to seek, with the help of reason, a consistent and defensible approach to life and its moral dilemmas (Walters 22). Ethical inquiry is important to us when we are unsure of the direction in which we are heading. New philosophy calls all in doubt, wrote John Donne in the wake of the Copernican Revolution and of Charles Is violent deat...
  • Fertilized Eggs In A 5 Dt
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    IVF - In Vitro Fertilization The miracle of babies born through in vitro fertilization (IVF) no longer seems so miraculous. Today!'s technology in IVF is advancing at a rate so rapid that it confuses those receiving treatment. There are may factors leading to, diagnosing and treating of infertility. However, I will be focusing on a more specific case scenario to evaluate. First let!'s take a look at, what Is In Vitro Fertilization? Simply stated, IVF involves removing eggs from a woman, fertiliz...

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