The problems/issues about PGD is that it's really expensive to get a PGD procedure on your body. The price to have PGD, also known as embryo screening, done to your body is about $300 dollars! :( Embryo doctors take the disabled embryos and freeze them or throw them away. People argue about the societal pressures to have the 'perfect baby'. Also, the doctor could possibly mess up while doing the procedure (PGD) to the woman, causing the embryo to possibly break or the docter could end up accidentally take out the wrong embryo. When it comes to embryo screening, it can be pretty difficult and it adds a surplus of tension. Also, when people go with this procedure, it shows them that they wanted their baby a certain way instead of the way God wanted their baby to appear. People are 'playing God' by doing PGD because humans shouldn't have control of choosing how their babies should be. Everyone knows that God made our babies a certain waya and it should be kept that way. Unfortunately, people seem to be 'blinded' on the thought of having a perfect baby. Our society today are always seeking for perfection in life, our lifestyles, bodies, and now, our next generation. We, the people, are coming up with unpredictable, complicated, and confusing projects and experiments that could lead to brainwashing people to become more perfect when it comes to themselves and their children. What i don't understand is why people want to be more perfect when their perfect just the way they are. It's based on if you think you're perfect that counts. Some people decide to go with this 'well thought' idea because they feel underestimated and less self-confident when their surrounded by other people that are more good looking, or intelligent, or more skilled than they are. Perfection seems to be the main goal that a majority of the people in our society are longing for forever!