Aug 29 2020 infertility and reproductive medicine psychological issues in infertility july 1993 clinics of north america posted by patricia cornwelllibrary text id 4108fc9b1 online pdf ebook epub library complications from adolescence to old age we pass through distinct phases such as puberty menarche fatherhood motherhood or menopause and various life situations that can produce emotional. The psychology of infertility emerged from what barbara j berg and john f wilson later named the psychogenic model of infertility which proposed that psychopathology played an aetiological role in infertility 1 the psychogenic model was introduced in the 1930s to account for infertility that had no identifiable biomedical cause at that time the diagnosis of unexplained infertility . Reading a sexual aspects of infertility and its treatment infertil reprod med clinic north am 19934559 568 18 neumann pj gharib s weinstein m the cost of a successful delivery with in vitro fertilization n engl j med 1994331239 243 19. Introduction one of the most important and underappreciated reproductive health problems in developing countries is the high rate of infertility and childlessness bergstrom 1992 leke et al 1993the inability to procreate is frequently considered a personal tragedy and a curse for the couple impacting on the entire family and even the local community. Psychological factors may also affect the reproductive capacity although infertility has an effect on a couples mental health different psychological factors have been shown to affect the reproductive ability of both partners proposed mechanisms through which depression could directly affect infertility involve the physiology of the depressed state such as elevated prolactin levels
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