CHARACTERISTICS OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CAUSED BY HEALTHCARE FACTOR
Keywords:natural growth, maternal mortality, infant mortality, infertility rate, adolescent health
Taking into account the fact that the structure and frequency of infertility in all countries is determined according to reference frequency, which does not provide clear data about the real picture of infertility in a given country, so the WHO recommends countries to conduct epidemiological studies that will allow determining the frequency of infertility in a given country, the etiological structure, contributing factors, existing experience and methods of screening and treatment of couples suffering from infertility, effectiveness of screening and treatment, to develop and implement national strategies and programs. This paper is a step towards it, where the authors, in addition to the analysis of epidemiological studies, have emphasized the role of the healthcare factor in reproductive health, identifying the most current problems, and making practical suggestions for solving these problems.
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