The economic crisis is affecting the use of techniques of medically assisted procreation.
Maria de Fatima Pires has 38 years. There are five that’s trying to get pregnant.
About two, decided to have recourse to a medically assisted reproduction procedure. Has not yet been successful.
«The question is the failure of other methods [more traditional]. It’s really the human body that decided not to collaborate», with some vents and wear a lot of grief. “I was putting off pregnancy by choice but I never thought I could have difficulties getting pregnant when a day tried to fess up.
As Maria de Fatima Pires, there are many women who want to (even) much be mothers. Many of them, despite the economic austerity and the costs of treatments, don’t give up resorting to medically assisted reproduction processes, as demonstrated by a recent study of IVI Lisboa, the delegation from the capital which was the first Spanish institution specializes exclusively in human reproduction.
According to this research, the use of these maternity swimsuits has not decreased with the crisis in some of the age groups. Among couples with women aged 38 or more years, as is the case of Maria de Fátima Pires, demand grew at even an increase that oscillates between the 27% and 41%. This is, at least, one of the main conclusions of the study «who resorts to the medically assisted procreation in a time of crisis? ‘, presented at Lisbon.
The decrease in the number of medically assisted reproduction treatments carried out in Portugal, added a higher proportion of patients in advanced reproductive age and worse prognosis, both factors that lead to a reduction in the number of children born as a result of these treatments ‘, referred to in the statement of disclosure of the study.
«The results show that, from 2010, there has been a significant increase in the percentage of patients in the range of 38 years or more. Specifically, in 2010, these women represented 27% of the total of patients who performed medically assisted reproduction treatments», reveals the document.
«A year later, were 33% and, last year, reached 36%. In the current year , the percentage of women in this age group corresponds to 41% of who performed in vitro fertilization treatments», also highlights the study of IVI, company that currently has a network of 24 clinics in seven countries, including Portugal.
«Beyond what it has stated that they are being made less medically assisted reproduction treatments in Portugal, there is a clear and strong tendency, in the context of some private centers, the increasing age of women who undergo in vitro fertilization treatments», Sergio Soares, Director of IVI Lisboa, also a justification for it.
«Increasing the proportion of treatments in this age group reflects the current economic situation and the labour market instability may have a stronger impact on couples with less age, determining, in these, a postponement of the reproductive project», says still responsible. ‘ With increasing age of women decreases the quantity and quality of eggs», stresses.
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