Fertility test for both men and women before marriage

This topic contains 6 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  Ankit Arora 3 months, 3 weeks ago.

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  • #10174
     Riya Mehta 
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    Do you think there should be a fertility test for both men and women before marriage?

    #10176
     Kinjal_ 
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    Before marriage it is essential for every couple to undergo fertility test and if your partner is incapable of having children then you must be supportive.

    #10177
     Khyati Singh 
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    Yes I am agree because fertility issues can be addressed as early as possible without the unnecessary biological, psychological, social and emotional trauma associated with barrenness.

    #10182
     Bhumi Singh 
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    Blood Group matching is too necessary thing for chances of a baby.

    #10183
     Anika Bhavsar 
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    Several blood tests are helpful in detecting a number of potential causes of infertility such as abnormal hormonal levels, presence of cystic ovaries, cervical problems, etc.

    #10184
     Mauli Jain 
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    Infertility is a problem that can ruin marriages. A relationship became particularly bitter when both partners blaming each other for this. Therefore, I think infertility test must be done before marriage so that the couple know the problem and able to find out the solution for infertility.

    #10289
     Ankit Arora 
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    Infertility is very common issue now a days. the various symptoms of infertility in a females are Changes in flow, Irregular periods, No periods, Painful periods, Sudden acne, Abnormal hair growth. Sudden hair loss or thinning of your hair at a rapid pace could be due to a number of different reasons. Hair loss is also one of the symptoms of infertility in a female and linked to PCOS.

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