EXPERIENCES ON INFERTILITY AMONG WOMEN WHO HAVE SUCCESSFUL BECOME PREGNANT WITH INFERTILITY TREATMENT

Deepika -, Mr. Prabhu J

Abstract


Infertility is a reproductive health problem which are significantly inclass due to inadequate knowledge its treatment the purpose of the study is to describe the meaning of assisted reproductive technology and its   experience during   treatment for infertility among women who successfully became pregnant. Objective ;to assess the experience of the women who have become  pregnant with infertility treatment .

METHOD:  The research design applied is phenomenological research design used with in depth interview 8 women was selected with non probrobabilty purposive sampling techniques and all verbal communication were taped.the screened review  literature review was completed search done from Pub-med, EBSCO, DELNET etc, using key words such as Experience on infertility ,treatment, qualitative study.. Those were focusing  between the period of from 2000-2016 by  which around 30 published articles investigating the experiences on infertility treatment From these articles, 6 articles are selected and the studies  are included in the narrative review. The studies review found and narrative review. RESULT:  the studies of  bases of experience on women who have successfully become  pregnant with infertility the analysis found  the themes and subthemes  which was emerged they also  the path and  struggle  to have a child, Pursuit of  husband  and family satisfaction, Finding peace in life / family security and love and affection, Escape from stigma, Social abuse which are expressed by  the women felt during her treatment for infertility  .

 CONCLUSION: The review of various studies descried that  experience on  infertility treatment among women who have successfully became pregnant had  underwent the difficulties like  struggle during  investigation, financial problem, isolation by family and neighbors, to achieved motherhood by pregnancy. fear and anxiety  on outcome of pregnancy.


Keywords


Qualitative study , women s experience during infertility

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