DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20213572

Rising of infertility among younger generation in India

Ram Kumar, Nawin Jai Vignesh K., Santhosh ., Savitha ., Sangavi .

Abstract


Inability to conceive is a stressful situation among young couples. The idea of infertility is still an uncovered ground in the field of science. Younger generations who are forced to achieve a better quality of life are focused and much stressed about their work rather than their health. Infertility rates are rising every year in the world. Though this is a ticking bomb people seem to care about it a little and in India people are shunned if they are unable to conceive especially women are subjected to great mental stress. Lifestyle changes, occupations and dietary factors influence in infertility are constantly increasing. But the treatment options are also improving with better success rates. The various treatment options include simplification of diagnostic and assisted reproductive techniques (ART) procedures, minimizing the complication rate of interventions, providing quality training courses for health care workers, and incorporating infertility treatment into sexual and reproductive healthcare.


Keywords


Infertility, India, Younger generation

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