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“A Socio-Cultural Analysis of Infertility Amongst Women in Delhi”

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 14255-14270

Keywords : Infertility; Pressure; Society etc;

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The ability to give birth to a new human being is the biggest power that has been given to women by god. It is one of the most joyful experiences not only for the female who is giving birth but also for the family. Infertility means not being ableto bear a child. It is a condition under which a woman is not able to get pregnant from more than a year, with proper sexual intercourse. A woman is considered infertile only if she has been trying to get pregnant from more than one year and still was not able to conceive. According to WHO (World Health Organization), millions of couples suffer from infertility every year. Infertility affects around 20% couples every year in India. WHO defines infertility as not being able to get pregnant after trying for one or more years without taking any contraceptives. Women wellbeing not only includes physical and mental health but also reproductive health. Developing countries do not have adequate reproductive health services.

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