Re: What about females whose tubes were tied?

Re: Re: What about females whose tubes were tied? — kathygonzales Post Reply Top of Thread Forum Randy is correct. Some women can go into early menopause in their twenties, while some women can remain (relatively) fertile into their late forties. But beginning in the late 30s the number and quality of eggs that can be recovered … Read moreRe: What about females whose tubes were tied?

Re: What about females whose tubes were tied?

Re: What about females whose tubes were tied? — kathy*kat*G. Post Reply Top of Thread Forum Yes, cloning could help a woman whose tubes were tied or cut. However, there are more conventional treatments that will probably work for such women. First, the procedure can sometimes be reversed and the tubes re-attached. Second, IVF was developed specifically … Read moreRe: What about females whose tubes were tied?

Re: cloning

Re: cloning — Dan Post Reply Top of Thread Forum This is a semantic game that anti-cloning people play. They call cloning to create children for infetile people “reproductive cloning” and cloning of cells to create tissues and organs and for other research purposes “therapeutic cloning.” The problem with the terminology is that infertility is a disease, … Read moreRe: cloning