Many people and couples these days face the problem referred to the fact they are unable to have children in traditional way. Owing to diverse complications they find themselves in hard situation, as they have everything to guarantee a child proper growth and conditions for quick improvement, but the woman cannot become pregnant. Hence, the medicine currently has developed different options that aim is to offer such people a chance to have their child they have always dreamed about.
An example that still is referred to plenty discussions is IVF abroad. The reason why this solution is a term of debate between for example Catholic Church and other groups of people is, first of all, because plenty egg cells that have been fertilized, are wasted during this process or stored in non-humanitarian way. One of the most crucial arguments of the first side is that increasing acceptance for this kind practices leads to the fact that the life, which should be the most influential value, might be easily manipulated.
Nevertheless, on the other hand, people, who also do as much as they can in order to guarantee the best possible conditions for their children to grow up appropriately, also have their point. A child is mostly an element that makes marriages be substantially stronger and reasonable as they are arranged in order to build a healthy and stable environment for the children to live and develop (visit). Consequently, even though IVF abroad is certainly an alternative that is not accepted for instance by the Church, we should also not forget that in many cases it is an alternative that can realize the dreams of responsible parents and make their marriage be even better.
To conclude, above mentioned arguments regards IVF abroad only prove that in terms of in vitro there is a demand for a dialogue between its opponents and supporters, as both sides are, to some extent, right. Cooperation between both groups and healthy pressure on developments in this topic can end up in the fact that this method would guarantee no risk for the fertilized egg cells.