PSYCHOSOCIAL WELLBEING AMONG PRIMARY INFERTILE WOMENATTENDING INFERTILITY CLINIC
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 5124-5129
AbstractBackground:Infertility is fundamentally the inability to conceive a baby and the condition is always associated with high level of stress and mental agony. Aim:The study primarily focused to explore the psychosocial well-beingamong primary infertile women with the help of amodified psychological evaluation test scale (PETS), for psychosocial wellbeing Material and Methods:A total of 150 infertile women were selected purposively at an infertility clinic and data were collectedthrough rating scale.Results: Among the women, 62% had good psychosocial wellbeing. There was significant difference in psychosocial wellbeing by age, occupation and education. Conclusion:The infertile women need to be supported and assisted with all kinds of help in order to overcome the mental agony and stress, related to childlessness.
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