Infertility is a problem of the reproductive system which affects both men and women regarding the ability to give birth to a baby.  It is not an uncommon problem, and it can happen to anyone.  According to the Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction, infertility affects 10-14 per cent of the total Indian population. But with the advancement of technology, several infertility treatment centres such as IVF clinics have come up India in the past few years.

But still, there are some general orthodox theories against infertility problem which one should be aware of for a deeper understanding of the problem.

  • Overpopulation: The condition of infertility problem in the developing countries is controversial. One of the primary reasons against the infertility problems is overpopulation. Infertility care is the most neglected health issue in the developing country as many of them don’t get the scope of proper treatment due to overpopulation. Only those who can afford the cost of the treatment can go for advanced reproductive therapies in India.
  • Prioritization and Limited Resources: Developing country like India are struggling to provide a necessary medical infrastructure as it confronts several severe issues like poverty, illiteracy, overpopulation, and unemployment. As there is a lack of resources, food, medical care unit, the female infertility treatment in India is naturally neglected.
  • Socio-Economic and Environmental Factor: As per the socio-economic, cultural, religious and environmental factors in India, infertility is considered as a “disease”, and not as a disability of a couple. Women are often blamed for infertility and feel stigmatised, isolated and humiliated by their families and societies through adverse psychological effects.
  • Prevention of Infertility: Female fertility causes are pelvic inflammatory disease, polyps and the uterus, endometriosis, scar tissue, any previous infection, chronic medical illness, and so many. In developing countries, the prevention of fertility is a real challenge as it is a costly treatment due to limited resources and negative socio-economic factors.
  • Lack of Awareness: Developing countries are still less conscious and aware about the existing fertility clinics. The socio-cultural beliefs, adverse psychological and economic effect, religious influences made the childless couples isolated and discriminated while this disability problem is quite common and curable nowadays. Due to advanced IVF clinics and various fertility clinics in India, the female infertility treatment has become quite simple, reliable and effective.

So, for expert advice on fertility and conception-related issues, Manipal Fertility will be the best place to go.