Invitro: Pregnancy and B. Supporting

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What is your thesis statement? While Invitro Fertilization can be an emotional rollercoaster, adoption can be also, people question which is best for them. Introduction

I.First main point - Is this an option for you?
A.Supporting details- Are you okay with your child not really being your child? 1.Subdetails- When they get older and find out they’re going to ask about their parents, are you prepared? 2.Subdetails- You already know a little about your child B.Supporting details- Invitro you know your child is yours 1.Subdetails-Complications can still happen. Miscarriages, Unhealthy baby 2.Subdetails-You go through childbirth

II.Second main point- With both the process will be long and emotional. A.Supporting details- With the adoption world things are so vase. 1.Subdetails-It’ll be hard to find a healthy newborn 2.Subdetails- It’s a lot of older kids that need homes B.Supporting details-With invitro there’s still a chance you won’t conceive 1.Subdetails-Miscarriages

2.Subdetails-Unsuccessful treatments
III.Third main point- Both process can drain your pockets
A.Supporting details-Adoption is costly also
1.Subdetails- it costs to have an agent to find the child of your dreams 2.Subdetails- it costs more for an international baby B.Supporting details- With each invitro treatment it’s 7,000 to 13,000 dollars 1.Subdetails-If the first treatment doesn’t work you have to endure plenty more 2.Subdetails- You have to spend gas and possible could loose your job because treatment is an everyday thing IV.Fourth main point (if needed)

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Conclusion- Either way which ever option a person chooses they come out with one of God’s gift.
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