Encyclopedia of Reproductive Technologies

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Abortifacient (abortifacient effects or pill), 100, 129, 333. See also Abortion, as contraceptive; RU-486
Abortion, 43, 61, 57, 101, 128, 145, 250, 333, 335, 376
access to (on demand, right to) , 61, 124, 127, 300, 370-371
as contraceptive, 62, 92, 99-100
debate, 100, 329, 341. See also Antiabortionists; Feminists; Prochoice; Right to life ethics of, 122-124, 125-127
forced (pressure to undergo), 103, 301, 374
law, (criminalizing abortion, illegal abortion), 122, 125, 129, 324-325, 342
and prenatal testing (amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling), 23, 194, 200, 201, 195 rate (percent), 126, 303, 334, 370
spontaneous, 60, 105, 120, 147, 185, 195, 255, 277, 284, 290, 334. See also Miscarriage
time limit, 298-299, 301
techniques (induced abortion), 118-120
See also Feminist critiques; Reproductive autonomy; Rights; RU-486
Adoption, 38-40, 61, 125-127, 161, 256, 257-258 266, 296, 365, 371-372
AID. See Donor insemination
AIDS, 87, 149, 168, 231, 335. See also HIV
AIH. See Artificial insemination, by husband
Alternative insemination. See Artificial insemination, self insemination
Amenorrhea, 81, 95, 106, 109. See also Infertility; Menstruation Amniocentesis, 24, 51, 77, 147, 190, 193-196, 198, 201, 204, 237, 376. See also Abortion, and prenatal testing; Prenatal diagnosis; Sex selection
Anesthesia, 64-65, 70-72, 118-119, 133, 151, 255, 371. See also Cesarian section; Labor, and analgesia
Antiabortionists (antiabortion, antiabortion arguments), 333, 335, 338. See also Prochoice; Pronatalists; Right to life
Antisepsis, 70, 76-77. See also Infection; Sepsis
APGAR score, 72
Aristotle, 1, 5-11. See also Ovum, theories of; Sperm, theories of
Artificial infant feeding, 15-18, 21, 83-91
and baby (infant) formula, 2, 60, 80, 85-87, 89, 90. See also NestlU+00E9
and consumer advocacy groups, 89-90
and nonindustrialized countries, 88-89
See also Breastfeeding; Infant feeding technologies
Artificial insemination, 51, 145-147, 149-152, 174, 177, 180-183, 204, 208, 253, 273, 304, 312, 324

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