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  • Infertility

    and Driskill (2013), 10 percent or 6.1 million women in the United States battle infertility. Its main causes are issues related to ovulation, fallopian tubes, uterus, and uterine fibroids. Lindsey and Driskill (2013) want health care professionals to understand the psychological and emotional difficulties that women face with infertility, which is considered a complicated and stressful matter. Lindsey and Driskill (2013) suggest that when it comes to becoming a mother, for most women it is a lifelong dream and they believe it is an inevitable achievement, which determines their purpose in life. If for some reason this attainment is unfulfillable, then feelings of sorrow and lack of success have an immense influence on…

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  • The Struggle With Infertility

    Infertility is a medical issue that affects 80 million couples around the world, 14 percent residing in India. (Bahuguna 2003). In the article, infertility is defined as “the inability to conceive within two years of exposure to pregnancy” (World Health organization 1975), though the current definition from the World Health organization is as follows: “the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.” (WHO 2012). This is a clear…

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  • Infertility In Africa

    program to encourage understanding and compassion for infertile couples among their communities in developing countries. As many developing countries are most often associated with having high birth rates, the issue of infertility is often not acknowledged. Having children is one of the highest priorities for married couples in many…

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  • Essay On Infertility In Marriage

    In the UK the numbers are a whopping one in six couples have a hard time conceiving. (Leonard) The United States numbers are sitting at one in six as well. (Pittman) In India forty-five percent of couples have difficulties conceiving. (Ganeshan) Canada’s infertility rates, have doubled sense 1992. (Kirkey) As recorded by the National Survey of Family Growth, CDC, one in eight couples worldwide have complications conceiving. With numbers as these it can be considered that infertility is now an…

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  • Infertility Research

    The objective of this research is to develop a plan for implementing a program for educating communities in developing African countries in regards to infertility. Numerous research on how infertility affects communities have been conducted. All reviewed literature used interviews to conduct their studies. These studies usually begin by discussing the value of children, causes for infertility and ways many infertile couples are trying to deal with infertility. What the researched literature also…

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  • Infertility: Article Analysis

    world, there are a number of men and woman who desire to have children. Although many desire to have children, there are some who are incapable of producing offspring because they are single and do not want to be sexually active outside of a relationship, or because their choice of sexual orientation does not biologically allow them. The article “Single Men Will Get the Right to Start a Family Under New Definition of Infertility” is discussing an opportunity for men and woman without medical…

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  • Infertility In The Reproductive System

    Infertility is a disease in the reproductive system that it is measure by the inability to get pregnant within the first year of trying to conceive without contraceptives such as condoms and birth control. According to the “Center for Disease Control and Prevention” (n.d.), approximately 6.7 million women are unable to get pregnant or carry a baby to term and about 1.5 million have been unable to conceive after a 12 month consecutive period of having unprotected intercourse. Also there are many…

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  • Infertility Treatment Essay

    A Feministic View on Infertility Treatment “To be Infertile refers to an inability to conceive after having regular unprotected sex. Infertility can also refer to the biological inability of an individual to contribute to conception, or to a female who cannot carry a pregnancy to full term” (Nordquist). There are a number of reasons why women can have a hard time getting pregnant. Some of which include age, timing, problems in your cervix or uterus, ovaries that don 't release eggs regularly,…

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  • Cause Of Infertility In Women

    are seeking solutions such as treatment to do so or turn to adoption to be able to have a child. Infertility refers to an inability to conceive a child after having sexual intercourse without protection for a long period of time. Infertility in women can be that they simply cannot conceive a child or also because the woman cannot carry the child to full term. Infertility in men can be from a low sperm count or the sperm does not have a good quality (Mc Lachlan). There are more to just these…

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  • Research Paper On Infertility

    How can we define Infertility? Infertility is defined as not being able to get pregnant after having unprotected sex for at least a year, or in some circumstances, six months. Infertility can also be defined as a woman that can get pregnant, but keeps having miscarriages or stillbirths. There is no exact cause for infertility, it may be due to a cause in either you or your partner. Or in some cases, a combination of both people. It is said that infertility affects approximately 10-15% of couples…

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