Fertility treatment does not increase the risk of divorce

(European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) Despite repeated claims that the disappointments of infertility and stress of treatment can put intolerable strain on relationships, a large nationwide study involving more than 40,000 women has found that fertility treatment does not increase the risk of divorce.
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Publication date: November–December 2018Source: Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, Volume 25, Issue 7, SupplementAuthor(s): T. Goel, J.B. Sharma, R. Mahey, G. Kachhawa, I. Kriplani, A. Kriplani
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