Why do people blame women for infertility?
Why do people blame women for infertility? Why do male doctors continue to blame women for infertility issues? Do women instinctively blame themselves for their infertility? Or is it possible that invasive and sophisticated reproductive procedures for women are extremely profitable for those who do them?
As the number of people experiencing infertility continues to climb, these are questions that need to be answered right away.
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To the outside world, Femi’s life appears to be idyllic. A father figure to his wife’s six-year-old daughter from a previous relationship, and he is happily married to an attractive medical doctor with a comfortable home and a secure business.
Femi’s life, however, has a gaping hole in it: his four-year-old wife was still not pregnant after two years of marriage, and it’s all because of his low sperm count. He is a victim of a covert pandemic of male infertility, which is spreading at an alarming rate and affecting thousands of seemingly healthy young men. At least one out of every ten couples today requires medical assistance in order to have a child, with poor sperm quality accounting for half of the cases.
So why is the blame of infertility laid on women most of the time?
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