One of the biggest factors connected with any kind of helped life-creating ability method is the cost involved. These prices can range from $500-$9000 depending of the type of ART you’re looking for (egg: ICSI, IVF, OI, etc.). Another important factor that is known to push people away from these other forms of reproduction are the possible risks that come with these processes. In any situation, whether it be medical or otherwise, the first thing you must ask yourself is, “what are the risks”. Testing/evaluating a situation or choice needs/demands this kind of thinking. Which is why a person choosing (not made by nature/fake) insemination must first weigh up the pros and cons (risks and benefits) to make sure that both themselves and the baby stay safe. It’s important to know the risks to make such an important and life-changing decision. A decision that, if not followed correctly, could result in putting the mother and/or the baby at risk. That’s why (as explored in detail in research question 2) risks like this are important to note when about ART and if it’s the best overall choice.
Overall, based on a critical analysis and (understanding/ explanation) of available data (related to/looking at/thinking about) my research proposal, if a male is unable to have children/grow crops and cannot, as a result, produce sperm, then ICSI is the best form of a different reproduction. However, although ICSI is the most preferred choice when the cause is male inability to have children/grow crops, there are those who believe that it is not a better choice overall. This is due to the large amounts of risks that can happen to those who go through this process, as well as its (unsure of what to do) and unreliable data (the success rates especially.