Research Article - Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (2022) Volume 12, Issue 90
Infertility among Indian women: Causes and consequences.
Introduction: Infertility is a worldwide health problem affecting about 8% to 10% of couples. It is a social, economic, and cultural issue that can reach alarming proportions in countries with significant humanitarian challenges, such as Greece. Infertility is becoming increasingly common, and an increasing number of couples are opting for artificial insemination. The purpose of this study was to learn more about the causes of infertility in older women. Materials and Procedures Within two months, 110 barren women seek medical help in a private maternity ward. Data were collected using specially designed questionnaires. In addition to demographic information, the questionnaire included questions about the causes of infertility. The study sample contains 110 infertile women. In terms of marital status, 94.4% (106) of married couples were married, and 3.6% were single. Conclusions: Problems in the uterine and uterine tubes, menstrual disorders, sexual disorders, old age, and uterine failure are all causes of a woman's infertility. Female Infertility Women Infertility is a complex issue that needs to be carefully considered by governments and stakeholders in each country, especially those with demographic challenges, in order to develop effective interventions and solutions.Author(s): Achal Zade, Ujwal Gajbe*, Ujwalla Gawande, Minal Kalambe4