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Artificial conception known by providing a sperm to the fallopian tube inside the womb of a woman. And this way propose many different ethical problems whether it is homogeneous artificial conception by the sperm of the husband or non homogeneous conception by a sperm taken from “sperm banks”.
The result makes the mean looks very good, which it is a voilation of God given natural-law and offend the creation which is God has in His Hand alone.
A)-Homogeneous artificial conception (by the Husband)
-The technology: Sperm can be gathered by two ways:
without any sexual meeting with the Wife.
with a sexual meeting with the Wife.
3 the result: not encouraging 5% of conception in every monthly period and 15% case every year.
4 The ethical argument proposed on homogeneous artificial conception:
Can’t be permitted unless in the situation that technology don't substitute the marital act but must be taken to ease and help the marital act to get this artificial conception to its natural end. (Donum Vitae)
B)-Non-homogeneous artificial conception: Ethically no respect to the Husband, family, and the baby.
In Vitro Fertilization Quintuples Risk of Dangerous Pregnancy Complication
By Terry Vanderheyden
TRONDHEIM, Norway, May 25, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Norwegian research has found that pregnancies resulting from implantation of artificially-created embryos carry at least five times the risk for a dangerous complication of pregnancy known as placenta praevia.
Placenta praevia is a complication where the placenta attaches over the mother's cervix, impairing the child's likelihood of a natural birth, and raising the risk for bleeding in pregnancy, miscarriage, and premature delivery.
A team of researchers from St Olav's University Hospital in Trondheim, Norway, examined records from over 845,000 pregnancies, revealing that there were 3 instances of the disorder per 1,000 pregnancies in children conceived naturally compared to 16 per 1,000 in IVF conceived kids. The rates were adjusted for the age of the mother and number of previous pregnancies, among other factors.
Lead researcher, Dr. Liv Bente Romundstad, said that their finding "suggests that a substantial proportion of the extra risk may be attributable directly to factors relating to the reproduction technology," according to a BBC report. The group speculated that IVF embryos were more likely to implant lower in the uterine wall than babies conceived naturally.
The findings come on the heels of a condemnation by Pope Benedict XVI against artificial methods of procreation last week. He emphasized that Christian families must bear witness that procreation is the fruit of love. He reminded that "human procreation must always be the fruit of a conjugal act with its dual unitive and procreative significance."
See related LifeSiteNews.com coverage:
Pope Speaks Out Against IVF Stressing Natural Procreation
Read former LifeSiteNews.com coverage regarding genetic disorders related to IVF:
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