Should there be an age limit for artificial insemination?
In Development Psychology today we were talking about how there was a woman who, at 63, gave birth to a child using in-vitro technology. The age limit at USC was 55, but she had lied about her age and eventually got through the whole process without a catch.
Some people were saying that women should not be mothers after a certain age, and that’s why I asked this question.
So, what age should artificial insemination or in-vitro stop, and why?
Are there societal limits that come into play?
This question is in the General Section. Responses must be helpful and on-topic.