Medical science has invented many solutions to this problem that allows a woman to carry her own child even if she cannot produce her own egg. One of the most widely successful solutions is that of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF).
Legal Policy Needs to be Renewed http://www.newlifefertility.com/ Infertility is one of the basic problem that is being faced by majority of couples, either because the female had some medical treatment in the past due to which her ovaries got damaged and she cannot produce her own egg as an after effect or because her egg is not of the enough good quality that it can sustain within the body for longer period and thus breaks down even before it reaches the next stage of production. However, medical science has invented many solutions to this problem that allows a woman to carry her own child even if she cannot produce her own egg. One of the most widely successful solutions is that of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). What is IVF? IVF is basically a method which allows the fertilization of a sperm outside the body of the recipient. In this method a donor having a good quality sperm and a considerably fine physical as well as mental condition donates its sperm which is fertilized in the clinic for a few months and is thereafter transferred in the body of the recipient in her uterus. The baby produced by this procedure is also popularly known as ‘test tube baby’ as the word in-vitro means ‘glass’ in Latin. Legal compliances of IVF process in Canada Being one of the countries having a developed medical system, the legal system of Canada has compiled various provisions for both the parties, that is, donor as well as the recipient. Keeping the ‘privacy’ aspect of both the parties as the prior requirement, the government has set up the policies which keep the identity of both the parties highly confidential from each other as well as from the society unless the parties are themselves willing to be disclosed to each other. Also, proper background check of both the parties is done along with the signing of some legal documents so as to secure the future interests of both the donor as well as recipient party. Though the Canadian law has chalked down various obligations and interests for both the parties, the policy firmly needs to be renewed as it has many loop holes in it. The major drawback is that it is not enforced in all the parts of the country yet. Some of the fertility institutes easily overlook the legal aspects and there is no such provision which can force them to follow the policy. Thus, a review and firm implementation of the policy regarding IVF is certainly the need of the hour.
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