In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) with Gender Selection is a medical procedure that allows couples to have embryos with the desired gender before they are implanted in the uterus. Although the procedure allows parents to increase the chances of having children of a certain gender, it is also controversial because of ethical arguments associated with it. Currently, IVF gender selection is legal in many countries, including the United States, Australia, KKTC, Spain, and Greece.
In the United States, IVF gender selection is currently legal in all states. The availability of the technology however, varies among states and a handful of facilities offer gender selection for non-medical reasons. Many states, though, require medical necessity if a couple wants to select the gender of their embryos, such as if the parents already have many children of one gender and want to avoid passing on a serious hereditary disease that is gender specific.
In Australia, gender selection for IVF is legal and widely available. Australian health regulatory organizations declared that selective reproductive practices are ethical as long as they are done for ethical reasons and in the context of modern medicine. Although any non-medical purpose gender selection will not be sanctioned or regulated by any health organizations, they do not oppose it either.
Selective reproductive technology, including IVF gender selection, is legal and widely accepted in Spain, although it is regulated with certain restrictions. The Spanish Biomedical Law states that in order to avoid discrimination, IVF gender selection may only be done for health reasons, to prevent genetic diseases, or to maintain the population’s gender balance.
Greece is another country where IVF gender selection is widely available and legal. According to Greek legislation, IVF gender selection may only be done to avoid genetic diseases or to restore the normal gender balance in the family.
IVF gender selection is made in KKTC. Pregnancy and gender selection are made with the highest success rate in the world.
In summary, IVF gender selection is legal in many countries, including the United States, Australia, Spain, KKTC and Greece. These countries regulate the technology to ensure it is used in the context of modern medicine for ethical reasons.
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