Infertility Treatment in India
A number of Indian couples are resorting to artificial methods to get their infertility treated and have a baby and the figure is rising, according to the “Helping Family” survey conducted by a pharmaceutical company in nine major cities of India. .
Nearly 46% of the couples were found to be infertile out of 2,562 persons who took part survey. A parallel survey was also conducted wherein about 100 infertility experts participated. They showed that nearly 63% infertile couples belonged to the reproductive age of 31 – 40, a national daily Hindustan Times reported as per the gist of the survey published in the International Business Times.
Another important discovery revealed that infertility problems existed even among the younger generation. About 34% of the couples between the age of 21 and 30, chose assisted reproduction technology (ART) after they found problems in achieving pregnancy naturally.
Infertility is an expression to convey the lack of ability of a woman to get pregnant even after two years of unprotected and regular copulation with her spouse. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), an artificial procedure, also known as, Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), has helped many people to have a baby who experienced problems in achieving pregnancy naturally. It is the procedure of manually uniting an egg and sperm in a lab and fertilizing an embryo.
Lately, there is a wide-spread concern in India related to growing Infertility problems. As per the World Bank 2013 guesstimate, the fertility rate in India started dropping about 10 years ago, with a sharp 17% decline since 2000, as per the report appearing in The Times of India.
According to Dr Jaideep Malhotra, the president-elect, Asia Pacific Initiative on Production, nearly 10% of the population in India suffers from some kind of infertility. Since India’s population is more than 1.2 billion, the number of people in India suffering from infertility becomes huge, Dr Malhotra reiterates.
The statistics mentioned in the above para seem staggering and the infertility can distress your emotional health. Don’t you worry and just be hopeful to have a baby, even if you have been diagnosed infertile. Advancing researches and techniques have helped so many infertile couples have a baby.
As per the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than 50% of the couples having infertility issues get a baby after due treatment. And the treatments do not include expensive methods such as IVF. Many foreigners from Europe and Africa visit India to get their infertility treatment in India for reasons galore. The treatment in India is cheaper than in their own countries. The most important reason is the availability of infertility specialists.
The New Life India Clinic has all the international-level amenities available in the Clinic and the eminent infertility experts like Dr Deeksha Tyagi, Dr Pratibha Aggarwal, Dr B B Dash, Dr Prashant Kumar and others are available to the patients. The supportive staff at the Clinic are empathetic to the patients getting infertility treatment and understand their needs. They patiently look after after their emotional state of mind and depression at the critical juncture.