The Risk Of An Ectopic Pregnancy

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infections are pain, red vaginal bleeding, diarrhoea, fever and feeling unwell. Pelvic infections are treated with antibiotics however severe cases are treated with surgery. Having a miscarriage is also a biological implication because the risk of having a miscarriage with PGD or IVF is the same risk for someone who conceived their child naturally, however there is a lot more for the PGD mother to lose compared to the naturally conceived mother, for example PGD costs a lot of money where as natural conception doesn’t. The risk of an ectopic pregnancy is a biological implication because it can lead to a miscarriage. Ectopic pregnancy is when the fertilised egg stays in the fallopian tube, and in rare cases can attach to one of the mother’s ovaries, another organ in the abdomen, the cornua of the uterus or the cervix. With ectopic pregnancy emergency treatment is required, and the chances of the baby surviving are very low. Symptoms of ectopic pregnancy include; light bleeding, nausea and vomiting with pain, pain in the lower abdomen, sharp cramps, dizziness, and if the fallopian tube ruptures then the pain and bleeding could possibly be severe enough to cause fainting.

The social implications to PGD include financing the cost of PGD, discrimination against people carrying specific genetic diseases or disorder which makes them have disabilities, taxpayers and ministry of health funding the treatment, and the success rate of PGD and IVF.

In order for PGD to occur IVF
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