Dr.Manish Banker, Medical Director, Nova IVI Fertility Quote on the eve of Women’s Day, “In many fields, be it sports, medicine, technology, corporate or defense, women in India have made rapid progress and are significantly contributing in the nation-building process. However, there seem to be a few grey areas when it comes to women and their role in society as a daughter, wife, and mother. Infertility is one such condition that needs further awareness and change in societal mindset in terms of the stigmas attached to it.
On the eve of International Women’s Day, Nova IVI Fertility appeals to all the couples suffering from infertility to come out, talk and treat it as a medical condition that can be cured and not hold the female partner solely responsible for it. We would like to highlight that infertility is a condition which arises when a couple fails to conceive naturally and can be caused by both male and female factors. Infertility is not gender specific and 40% -50% of the cases are owing to malefactors.
Also, in the era of global growth and development, we as a country need to laud our women who want to pursue their career and build a name. It is an individual’s choice to be successful professionally over starting a family, hence, women choosing fertility preservation should be encouraged and not judged.
Today, as a significantly diverse nation, our should focus should lie on creating an inclusive society where its women are empowered.”
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