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Rubiya Shafi-ur-Rehman Quazi*, Chitra Bhagvantrao Hangargekar, Amol Joshi Prafulla Adkar


Female infertility is that the major disorder worldwide. The prevalence of infertility is varies worldwide starting from 3% to 7%. In India, the prevalence of ever‐experienced primary infertility is 6.6%, secondary infertility is 2.1%, and current infertility is 4.6%. Some causes like Lack of conception and reproducibility, stressful conditions, excess use of radiation, lack of healthy biological food, genetic disease and changing routine life style have resulted within the female infertility. Infertility/ childlessness cause great personal suffering & distress. As this subject is hidden and not discussed properly publicly gaze. That’s why this subject isn't discussed openly. The ignorance & neglect about the causes of childlessness and its treatment are main reason for the shortage of public support for childless couple. Female fertility are often limited or destroyed in a number of the ways. Infertility has been most neglected subject as both a health and a social problem in India generally and among tribes specifically. Infertility is considered a curse for ladies, especially in India where the female partner is blamed in most cases. Etiology of infertility varies from region to region and from one population to a different and even from one locality to a different within an equivalent population. Childlessness has serious demographic, social and health implications. The results of infertility are societal repercussions, personal suffering, psychological effects, depressive disorder and sexual dysfunction. Therefore, the aim of this study was a systematic review of the knowledge to work out the most risk factors and treatment of female infertility.

Keywords: Infertility, ignorance, etiology, Prevalence, treatment.

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