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Science is advancing at a very speedy rate over the last few years It has advanced so much that it can now produce babies without making a couple to have sexual intercourse There are a lot of problems about infertility amongst women About 20 of the women in the world are infertile or they cant have babies This can result in a great depression or emotional disturbance amongst the infertile women Science has now found a solution or shall we say solutions to this problem You can now have your baby without adopting one ie the baby will have all the characteristics or genes of its parents The following are some of the treatments available to help infertile couples and also how it is done i In-Vitro-Fertilisation IVF In this treatment an egg is released from the ovary and united with a sperm This union which is called fertilisation takes place in a test tube in a laboratory which provides correct conditions for fertilisation If the fertilisation is successful the embryo is then transferred to the womb of the mother where its growth continues ii Artificial Insemination by Husband AIH In this treatment the egg of the mother is not extracted from her body The husbands sperm is taken and is then injected into the mothers egg by medical means iii Artificial Insemination by Donor AID This treatment is the same as the AIH except that the sperm is from an unknown person or a donor ie the sperm of a donor is injected into the mothers womb by medical ways iv Egg Donation In this treatment the husbands sperm is extracted and then it is fertilised with the egg of an unknown woman donor by the method of IVF and then it is placed into the mothers womb v Embryo Donation In this process both the sperm and the egg are from unknown persons donors which are fertilised by
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