25 May Did you know that…
It is estimated that by the year 2100, 400 million individuals (approximately 3% of the world population) would be born, thanks to IVF and other fertility treatments.
According to a recent Norwegian study, it is almost certain that the use of IVF will only increase in the years to follow. Nowadays, it is becoming more and more common for women to delay becoming mothers, which means that the trend of resorting to fertility treatments is here to stay. Moreover, Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) are expected to be made available even in middle- and low-income countries, in the future, which would facilitate the access of underprivileged individuals to the treatments that they need. Surely, we can expect even more breakthroughs to advance IVF and fertility treatments. Future research is said to be more focused on oocyte aging, female infertility, implantation issues, treatments for male infertility, and non-invasive diagnostic tools. Caregivers, researchers, and infertile couples’ combined efforts will inevitably lead to more innovations and possibilities in the next few decades.
At Reproclinic, we are honored to be working with you today towards achieving your goal of becoming a mother.