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Powerpoint about Amazing births from my Human Sexuality class.

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    • Amazing Births Instructor: Jana Tiefenwerth PSY 153 Human Sexuality
    • Reproductive Alternatives: First test tube baby born in 1978 In U.S., 48,000 women each year deliver babies that began in a laboratory Approximately 70,000 babies are born from sperm donor pregnancies each year in the U.S., mainly to single women and lesbians (by artificial insemination)
    • Assisted ReproductiveTechnologies Are expensive Are controversial and pose ethical questions One IVF procedure costs $12,000 to $14,000, and more than one attempt is often needed Since multiple embryos are implanted during IVF, the twin birth rate rose by 70% from 1980 to 2004, and triplet-or-more increased by 380% during the same period.
    • Are assisted reproductivetechnologies … Pushing the limit? Unethical?Or… Are they a welcome miracle for those unable to conceive naturally???
    • OCTOMOM causedinternational media frenzy! Gave birth to octupletsin January 2009 Already had 6 childrenfrom 6 pregnanciesthrough IVF Single mom, no job Criticized for beingselfish and irresponsible Nadya Suleman
    • Assisted Reproductive Technologies-Oldest Mother in SpainMaria del Carmen Bousada Women past menopauseare becoming pregnant (Almost) 67 year oldfrom Spain;oldest motherIn Spain of twin boys;Used IVF- withdonated sperm & ovaPoint to Ponder: Should elderly parents who may die before their children reach adulthood be denied the use of ART?
    • Update MADRID (July 15) -- A Spanish woman who deceived a U.S. fertility clinic about her age and become the oldest woman to give birth has died at 69, leaving behind 2-year-old twins, newspapers reported Wednesday.Maria del Carmen Bousada gave birth in December 2006 aftertelling a clinic in Los Angeles that she was 55, the facilitysmaximum age for single women receiving in-vitrofertilization. Guinness World Records said the 66-year-oldwas the oldest on record to give birth and the case ignitedfierce debate over how much responsibility fertility clinicshave over their patients.
    • At age 62…  …Janise Wulf gave birth to her 12th child in Redding, Calif., February, 2006.  At the time, she also had 20 grandchildren and three great- grandchildren.
    • Mother, 70 Father, 77  A 70-year-old woman who has two children and five grandchildren has given birth to twins, making her the Worlds Oldest Mother  Omkari Panwar delivered twins, a boy and a girl, by Caesarean section, June 2008  For the couple, the desire to have a son was most important because they wanted to carry on the family namehttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1031722/Worlds-oldest-mother-gives-birth-twins-70.html
    • Gave Birth To Her OwnGrandchildren At Age 51… Rosinete Palmeira Serrao, center, gave birth to her own twin grandchildren in Brazil in September 2007. She was a surrogate for her daughter, Claudia Michelle, left.
    • Gave Birth To Her OwnGrandchildren At Age 56… Jaci Dalenberg gave birth to triplets on October 11, 2008. She carried the babies as a surrogate for her daughter, Kim Coseno, who was unable to have children. Jaci is believed to be the worlds oldest surrogate mother.
    • With Advanced Medicine… Babies are surviving with less time in the womb
    • Tamara Dixon Shown healthy at 4 months old in August 2007 Weighed only 11 ounces when she was born in Trenton, N.J.
    • First baby known to survive after a gestation period of fewer than 23 weeks 9 1/2 inches long and weighing less than 10 ounces; doctors say spent less time in the womb than any other surviving infant. Amillia Sonja Taylor was born October 24, 2006, at 21 weeks and six days after conception. Full-term births are 37 to 40 weeks.
    • Even more unbelievable…
    • Youngest Mom Gave birth at age5 ½ years of age Had precociouspuberty http://www.incrediblebirths.com/Worlds-Youngest-Mother.html
    • Pregnant Man? 2008, Thomas Beatie, legally a man (aka: Tracy), a transsexual male, gave birth in July 2008 to a healthy baby girl Expecting 2nd child June, 2009 Had breasts surgically removed, had been taking male hormones, but had not altered his female reproductive organs yet. http://abcnews.go.cm/Health/Story?id=6244878&page=1
    • References: Crooks & Baur (2011).Our Sexuality, 11th edition. Photos taken from Google.com