A new study claims that at least one out of every ten men tend to suffer infertility issues. And at least one among every eight women may experience trouble conceiving. Health estimates suggest that most of such people aren't seeking proper medical help.
According to this study, infertility could be high mainly in women who are above 35 years and when it comes to men, infertility could occur between the ages of 35 and 54.
This study claims that almost one-third of the women who try to conceive after 35 tend to initially experience fertility issues compared to women who try before they cross the age of 25.
Also, according to some estimates, infertility issues are seen more in women who are in high positions compared to women who are in routine jobs.
Women who experience infertility are vulnerable to depression and tend to feel dissatisfied with their lives.
Also, this study indicates that those who never sought medical help for infertility lacked awareness about the issues. And some of them also feared the high medical costs, according to a survey.