The Impact of Infertility on Women’s Social Life and the Role of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)
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Keywords

infertility
pregnancy
IVF
Europe

How to Cite

Elena Tanase, Adina, and Mircea Onofriescu. 2018. “The Impact of Infertility on Women’s Social Life and the Role of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)”. Brolly 1 (3), 71-80. https://www.journals.lapub.co.uk/index.php/Brolly/article/view/291.

Abstract

Infertility shall be defined as failure to conceive naturally after one year of unprotected sexual relations with the same partner. Worldwide, average births per woman have been falling for at least two generations, and for the first time in more than a hundred years, the total world population growth is slowing. Europe has the lowest total fertility rate. Since 1950, the average births per woman in Europe has fallen from more than 3 to only 1.6
There are multiple factors that affect a couple’s chances of conceiving. Apart from changes in attitudes, affordability of child and healthcare, it is partially down to infertility.
Western countries have undergone variable economic expansion, marriage is no longer essential to family life, fewer people adhere to religions that encourage large families, tertiary education is available for both men and women and women are now more likely to be employed outside their home.

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