No I wanted to see what people thought about fertility treatment/being able to conceive after a certain age.
Frankly i dont know what its like to be 40, but as being in my early 20's i already feel my time is running out.
And here we go....
I'll quote what I said to someone else in another thread who tried this tactic:
"Seeking treatment to cure or manage a disease such as diabetes or cancer so that you can prolong your own life, is completely different than undergoing fertility and invitro fertilization to procreate and bring in more people into this world, because you can't do so "naturally".".
If you want to use the nature argument, you have to be prepared to defend it on more than one issue, otherwise you are doing nothing more than splitting hairs. If applying it to other situations within the same classification makes you uncomfortable because it exposes the flaws in your own stance, then so be it. But it's still a valid counter-argument and shouldn't be dismissed because it raises questions that are a little too difficult to answer whilst remaining true to your original position.
Which is absolutely true - but I asked you in the other thread and you declined to answer, do you know how almost impossible it is to adopt in almost every circumstance? Do you actually know? Because it is far harder to adopt a baby than do almost anything else a couple might like to try to do, so you can't just throw that out there and expect it to be the answer to all infertile couples' problems because it's just not that easy.