A heart condition forced 25-year-old Susan to undergo a tubal ligation to prevent pregnancy, which could have resulted in her death and the death of the fetus. Both Susan and her husband Bob had planned to have a large family and have tried to adopt through various foreign adoption agencies, so far without success. They believe that Susan's heart condition is a barrier as two siblings and her father died before the age of 40 of heart disease. Bob's mother Myrtle, age 52 and just showing signs of entering menopause, has offered to be a surrogate to embryos created from Susan's eggs and Bob's sperm. Discuss the legal rights in reproductive matters that protect the plan proposed by Susan, Bob, and Myrtle. What legal concerns or questions does this arrangement raise for Susan, Bob, and Myrtle's health care providers?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 2:12 am ad1c9bdddf
Reproductive rights are the legal rights related to pregnancy and birth. Generally speaking, these are the right to legal or safe abortion, the right to birth control, the right to access quality reproductive health care, the right to education, and the right to access in order to make informed reproductive choices. In this case, Susan and Bob are considering allowing Myrtle, Bob's ...
The expert examines legal concerns for undergoing tubal ligation with a heart condition.