Pregnancy, childbirth, motherhood... In most cases these are completely natural processes inherent in nature and not causing any special response among others. But sometimes there are unique cases of giving birth to children which can inspire and shock at times. Most of them have occurred due to ART. On the other hand, in a situation where there is no opportunity to conceive and carry healthy children artificial insemination as a way to find happiness of motherhood after years of infertility is something incredible.
Health of the nation is determined by the degree of children’s health. This is an indicator of the present and future of the public. These arguments are generally comprehensible and do not require an explanation. And for sensible parents this is also the main goal, an important component of family well-being. Therefore, it is relevant to find out what are the technologies for determining a healthy child and what the term itself means.
Surrogacy. It existed, it exists and it will exist regardless of whether this process is regulated by law or surrogate motherhood will be a kind of criminal business. For someone this is something disgusting and akin to trafficking, for someone it is the last hope, a chance to feel the joy and charm of motherhood, and for someone the opportunity to cheat and earn a lot of money.
The procedure of in vitro fertilization for many couples is the only chance to conceive a child, to become happy parents and to make a dream come true. But tormented by doubts about the health of future children future parents are sometimes frightened so much that it is impossible to decide on IVF. Giving birth to children after the IVF is a sensitive issue; a lot of negative response can be heard and read. But what are things in reality, what does science say about this and what are real examples from life?
In vitro fertilization was invented to help people who want to have children but who do not have this opportunity. Recently, taking into account the increasing trend towards the use of artificial insemination the moral and ethical issues of this topic are increasingly becoming the subject of litigation. Since the judicial practice has little experience in this matter throughout the post-Soviet states the court judgments on IVF are mainly taken with an orientation toward such cases at the European Court of Human Rights.