THE PROBLEM OF FEMALE INFERTILITY
Keywords:representative research, infertility, assisted reproductive technologies
In medicine, the problem of infertile marriage is unique because it depends on the reproductive health of two people at the same time, and the latter depends on many factors: human behavior, lifestyle, accompanying diseases, food, socio-economic factors, the clarification of which really requires the implementation of epidemiological studies. WHO recommends conducting representative studies to determine the true prevalence and etiology of infertile marriage. The work presents the results of such a study, based on their analysis, the standardization of the infertility research and treatment system, the introduction of new methods for the treatment and overcoming of infertility.
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