TO ASSESS THE QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG INFERTILE WOMEN: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY IN A MULTI-CENTER STUDY

Iqra Javed, Ahmad Khan, Beenish Ashfaq, Tahir Mahmood Khan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56536/ijpihs.v3i1.25

Keywords:

Quality of life, Infertility, Women, QoL, FertiQoL

Abstract

Background: Throughout the globe, at least 70 million couples suffer from the infertility of class of current prevalence. The quality of life of the females is badly affected both socially, economically and more importantly mentally due to infertility.

 Objectives: The aim of the study was to assess the quality of life among infertile women.

Methodology: A prospective qualitative study was conducted to assess the quality of life of infertile women.

Results: 200 patients were interviewed using the questionnaire. The average results of emotional, mind/body (cognitive and physical), relational, social, environmental and tolerability are 68.97±15.358, 78.97±18.520, 50.98±8.968, 65.74±12.390, 58.79±9.054 and 76.72±21.136 respectively.

Conclusion: This shows that patients undergoing assisted reproductive were disturbed both mentally and physically

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Published

2022-03-25

How to Cite

TO ASSESS THE QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG INFERTILE WOMEN: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY IN A MULTI-CENTER STUDY: Iqra Javed, Ahmad Khan, Beenish Ashfaq, Tahir Mahmood Khan. (2022). International Journal of Pharmacy & Integrated Health Sciences, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.56536/ijpihs.v3i1.25