Dyer, N. Abrahams, M. Hoffman, Z. This paper presents the findings of two studies which focus on the knowledge that infertile women have about fertility and the causes of infertility, their treatment-seeking behaviour and their expectations of an infertility clinic. Both qualitative and quantitative research methods were applied using in-depth, semi-structured interviews and structured questionnaires. They were highly motivated to find treatment and accessed both traditional and modern health care.
Harry H. Hatasaka, M. Objectives: Goals of the Assessment and Treatment. Educate the infertile couple Establish a prognosis Establish and effect a realistic plan Emotional support for the couple Advise when discontinuation of treatment should be considered. Physical examination and laboratory testing Treatment and resolution Glossary.
Fertility and infertility : studies in reproductive epidemiology in Australia
Background: Infertility is a major life event that brings about social and psychological problems. The type and rate these problems in the context of socio-cultural of different geographical areas and sex of people is different. Objective: The aim of this qualitative study was to explain the psychological consequences of infertility in Iranian infertile women seeking treatment.
Correspondence Address : Dr. There is a wide variation in the pattern of infertility in different parts of the world, being highest in the infertility belt of Africa, which includes Nigeria. Materials and Methods: This was a retrospective descriptive study, involving infertile couples attending the gynaecology clinic of Eku Baptist Government Hospital, a secondary health facility in Delta. The study was conducted from January 1, , to December 31, Case notes of all eligible couples attending the gynecology clinic were retrieved; relevant information was extracted and subsequently analyzed.