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Unmanageable infertility is a greater spiritual burden than we had thought

Unmanageable infertility is a greater spiritual burden than we had thought


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Artificial insemination is difficult for many and is not always successful. According to a study from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, couples are affected far worse than we might have thought in previous studies.

Productivity tests your relationship


Women and males were asked, two unsuccessfully enrolled in IVF (Artificial Insemination). The men who took part in the survey were childless due to severe infertility.
Childlessness results in a kind of cure for women. The men challenged their infertility by characterizing their condition as they climbed the peak at the peak of the mountain, only for this purpose of deception. Men are also frustrated by the fact that they do not know the exact cause of their productlessness. The burden of infertility is also often borne by women, which makes them feel neglected. hajtуerх megvйdeni the csalбdalapнtбs szбndйka, prуbбljбk szerelmьket also fйrfiak szбmбra, йs themselves vбllalni the meddхsйg felelхssйgйt. "Kйrdхнvek segнtsйgйvel the йletminхsйget the jуlйtet йs the egйszsйget mйrtйk up. One group йve the цt the kezelйsek ellenйre meddх pбrok the mбsik group of therapies were successful childbearing couples, while parents of spontaneously conceived children were represented, "explains researcher Parenting Marianne Johansson.
In each group 200 pairs were questioned. Men and women were also interviewed individually, so their data could be compared with each other. In the state of health, IVF treatments have resulted in the birth of 77 percent of couples. The remaining pairs of 40 percent will continue to be treated, which is usually the case in the private sector, while the 35 percent of the pairs only help with adoption.
Childless couples all had significantly worse quality of life than members of the control group. Couples considered child appeal as the most important goal of their lives, with childless men reporting the worst quality of life. According to Johansson, it is important that health care professionals also have time to mentally support such couples, because each member of the couple has strong grief reactions to the results of the failed experiments. It is also important to try to be successful in infertility treatment for as many people as possible, even if they are offered further treatment.