Most young couples who experience infertility choose IVF, according to a study


Most young couples who experience infertility choose IVF, according to a study


Young couples in the age range of 25 to 35 who are experiencing infertility are now choosing "In Vitro Fertilization" (IVF) treatments, according to the results of research involving more than 2000 respondents in Mumbai and other major cities throughout the nation.

The study was carried out by "Pristyn Care," who also deduced that even after unsuccessful IVF cycles, 60% of respondents would undergo another cycle because the couples rely on the overstated claims made by IVF clinics and centres regarding their success rates and results that are frequently deceptive.

The study's other findings showed that while undergoing IVF procedures, about 74% of couples experience anxiety about a normal pregnancy, poor success rates, and twin pregnancies.

The study found that bad eating patterns, lack of regular exercise, obesity, work stress, PCOD, and STDs are all lifestyle-related causes of rising infertility rates.

In addition, 58% of respondents believe that women make the majority of decisions about IVF therapy. According to the report, 60% of respondents—men and women—have stated that they will choose another cycle even after unsuccessful ones, regardless of the expense.

According to the study's findings, 61% of respondents claimed they would choose IVF centres based on their aggressive marketing strategies. Since fertility therapy is a personal journey, 27% of respondents answered that after thorough doctor consultation, they would select an IVF fertility facility and treatment.

Dr Garima Sawhney, co-founder and gynaecologist, commented on the findings, saying, "We recently forayed into IVF and get about 5,000 inquiries every month. Due to growing worries about infertility and family planning, more women are requesting maternity care and IVF treatment.

"When couples choose treatment at our centres, comprehensive treatment planning is provided by our industry experience, ability to design practical family planning solutions through IVF, thorough doctor consultations, and individualised care.”

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