Reviewing psychological and Emotional effects in infertile and fertle women

Shiran, E.
June 2014
Iranian Journal of Reproductive Medicine;Jun2014 Supplement, Vol. 12, p124
Academic Journal
Introduction: Infertility is a major problem so long as there is a serious problem in many communities. For infertile couples. It is among the most important problems that are more serious underlying problems, increased anxiety, stress and depression in infertile women is. Through the support of these couples with infertility and mental - are more socially, economically as well as time and cost of unnecessary treatments are unnecessary. It is a way to deal with such problems of thinking, mentality, education and the environment in which the individual is reared, is different. Materials and Methods: This article is Review article and based on the Library, Internet study. Conclusion: Infertility affect on different aspects of infertile couple. The most important effect of infertility is psycosocial disorders. So infertile couples need to receive psychological care.


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