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What are the advantages and disadvantages of artificial insemination in humans?
For couples who suffer from infertility issues, artificial insemination is usually the most successful choice for them to have a kid. Using artificial insemination opens up the doors to parenthood to couples who may not be able to have a child otherwise, due to male or female infertility issues.
In some cases, the male partner in a relationship may have had a past vasectomy, and rather than undergoing a reversal, the couple can choose artificial insemination using donor sperm to still get the child they desire.
For same sex couples, having a child is an issue. However, artificial insemination allows the doors to parenthood to open for them as well. A woman in a same sex relationship can be inseminated with donor sperm, or men in a same sex relationship can seek out a surrogate to carry a child, using their own sperm or donor sperm.
Single women without a partner may desire a pregnancy, and for them, artificial insemination offers the advantage of being able to have a child, using donor sperm. It's also not uncommon for women to have their own partner's sperm frozen in the event that their partner is deceased, and be able to use that later on, to conceive a child of their own.
When using donor sperm for artificial insemination, the sperm is tested and screened prior to being inseminated, and doing this reduces the issue of passing on genetic disorders to the unborn baby.
Single men can also take advantage of artificial insemination, by using a surrogate and having their own sperm inseminated into the mother
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Artificial insemination (AI) is the deliberate introduction of semen into a female for the purpose of fertilization, by means other than ejaculation directly into the va…gina or oviduct. In this process, very cleaned semen by doctors placed inside the uterus called womb of women. i hope this helped ^^
A woman is given fertility drugs to help her body produce several eggs at once, rather than the usual one per month. When a sufficient number of eggs have ripened they are ext…racted from her body with a long puncture needle, and kept at a laboritory. The man then hands in a dose of semen (obtained from masturbation) which is 'worked up' to have only the most mobile (quickest) sperm cells remain. The eggs and sperm are then put together in a test tube, in order to find each other more easily as they would inside a woman's body. If one or more eggs are successfully fertilised one or two (usually not more, in view of medical risks) will be put back into the woman's body in hopes that they might nestle there resulting in pregnancy. Success rate of IVF is roughly 20%-25%.
I believe as long as your 18 meaning the legal age u should be fine.
advantages; -readily available -no need for immunosuppressent drugs (stops heart from being rejected) -are kept alive longer waiting for a heart donor … -prolong life if a transplant is no longer an option -there is no past health history, brand new. disadvantages; -the electric motor can break down -major surgery is still needed -possible infections -need to take blood thinner drugs -have some complications such as stroke or bleeding -they are large so some people may not be able to have them
This will depend on what bull are going to use for the insemination, usually dairy bulls are more than beef bulls and the cost for older or very good bulls will be more for th…e younger bulls. However, the average bull is about 40 dollars per tube. It will be about 50 dollars for a breeder to come to your farm and breed your animals. Keep in mind that the price for breeders can vary between each company, however, the price is usually decreased if you have a large herd that they will be breeding. Artificial Insemination is cheaper than feeding a bull all year round, it is alot safer as well, especially for diary operations.
It's just like knowing when to put the bull out with the cows: When they're not pregnant and are ready to be bred. Most often it will be the cow herself that will tell you whe…n she is ready to be bred, but you have to judge when the right time would be to AI her. Ideally 45 to 60 days after calving is when you should consider getting her bred. AI needs to be performed 12 hours after her first signs of heat.
It can cost anywhere from $300 to $1000 a visit depending on your area,Dr, clinic ect.
Artificial intelligence would not need any sleep. This would be an advantage because it would not be interrupted from its tasks for sleep, as well as other issues that plague …biological minds like restroom breaks and eating. Unemotional consideration of problems. While an artificial mind could theoretically have emotions, it would be better for performance if it were programmed for unemotional reasoning. When people make decisions, sometimes those decisions are based on emotion rather than logic. This is not always the best way to make decisions. Easier copying. Once an artificial mind is trained in a task, that mind can then be copied very easily, compared to the training of multiple people for the same task. There are some disadvantages to the artificial mind as well ... Limited sensory input. Compared to a biological mind, an artificial mind is only capable of taking in a small amount of information. This is because of the need for individual input devices. The most important input that we humans take in is the condition of our bodies. Because we feel what is going on with our own bodies, we can maintain them much more efficiently than an artificial mind. At this point, it is unclear whether that would be possible with a computer system. Which leads to another disadvantage ... The inability to heal. Biological systems can heal with time and treatment. For minor conditions, most biological systems can continue normally with only a small drop in performance. Most computer systems, on the other hand, often need to be shut down for maintenence. These are only some basic advantages and disadvantages without getting too technical. I am sure that other answers will vary greatly from mine, but I take an unusual approach to my research.
One advantage is that the person getting the heart gets a chance to live a bit longer. the person doesnt need to match a donor Already available No past health history so t…he heart is brand new A disadvantage is that it takes a lot of time and money to make. The battery might die out higher risk of infections May need to take blood thinning drugs May have problems such as blood clot Uncomftorble
Advantages to artficial skin: a) it looks real b) it can help people to lead normal lives that have had serious skin trauma Disadvantages to artificial skin: a) it can be quit…e expensive b) your skin may develop allergies to something artificial Hope this helps
When someone manually retrieves the semen from the male and injects it into the female. Artificial meaning the male and female could be a million miles apart and still get the… job done. Basically, the doctors will take a sample of a man's sperm and place it inside a woman's uterus, so that the woman can get pregnant without a partner or if she and her partner have difficulty conceiving, then she can get someone else's semen to make a baby for her.
This process has many advantages: The new plants produced will be exactly like the parent plants. The fruit trees grown from cutting or grafting start to bear frui…t faster. Many plants can be grown from just one parent plant. We can also get seedless plants.
it depends on what you are talking about on doing it to. an animal or person? Artificial Insemination is when you inject semen into the female reproductive tract. Most all… animals are artificially inseminated differently. In many animals, you must manipulate the cervix or imitate natural breeding habits.
we preserve food to stop it from becoming bad. there are a lot of advantages and disadvantages for example: We can now store food for long periods of time, to use off season o…r ship to areas of the world undergoing shortages. Increased shelf life reduces production cost. The disadvantages are that some preservatives have subtle, deleterious side effects. Preserved food may not always taste as good as fresh food. For the most part, preserved food beats going without.
I have been on an artificial limb since having an aka amputation in September 1977. The most advantageous explanation I can give is the freedom to move about, not crutched, no…t hindered, but fluid movement, one cannot grasp without the medical marvels. The disadvantages? I have felt many over my lifetime, however, with the technology in place, to place the artificial limb movement in the hands or memory data, of a microchip, is forever the dreaded stairs of America, not to mention the uneven terrains, and snow and ice play a huge part in justifying the rights and wrongs of us, prosthethesis wearers. In essence, I am a huge fan of the limb, and could not exist in this world, as it is today, without this device. Thanks, Gary Anderson, Kansas resident.
DISADVANTAGES artificial light earns more energy it is not cost effecient