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Human infertility and the techniques used to solve the problems Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive pregnancy after a year of unprotected sexual relation or the inability to carry a pregnancy to term Introduction Why do people desperately want to have children There are many various reasons such as socialfamily pressure an intensive desire to have their own genetic children and so on This desire could turn into a depression among couple if they discover that they are infertile Becoming aware that having children will be difficult is a distressing event with a long-term impact on every infertile couples relationship As an infertile person it is likely to lose self-confidence feel self-blame and guilty What cause infertility FemaleMale -Tubal damage due to past sexually transmitted infectionsdiseases or previous surgery -Sexually transmitted diseases early miscarriage -Lifestyle poor diet smoking alcohol weight problem -Psychological reasons stress-Sexually transmitted diseases cause a blockage of the ducts in the testes and affect sperm reproduction -Lifestyle smoking alcohol affect the development density morphology and motility of sperm In the past thirty years science has been rapidly contributed to the progress Many techniques have been discovered in order to solve the infertility problem and to meet the human need and demand The field of ARTs Assisted Reproduction Technologies has expanded steadily since the birth of Louis Brown- the first test-tube baby- in 1978 In this report only the techniques which are commonly used will be introduced Other techniques may have been newly discovered by different authorities and organizations but they are not yet widely accepted The details of the techniques procedures the factors associated with success rates and some discussion about the issues related to ARTs will also be provided ARTs and Female infertility IVF In-vitro Fertilisation or as known as test-tube baby technique is the process by which egg and sperm are mixed outside the body in vitro and
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