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सोमवार, 8 मई 2017

Male infertility diagnostics is still neglected in India : Dr Pramod Bajaj

Male infertility diagnostics is still neglected in India : Dr Pramod Bajaj
- Infertility is a global problem and on an average 12 to 15 percent of couples is facing problems of infertility. In India, female infertility is at par with the global level but when it comes to diagnosing the male partner the situation is pathetic. We are not following the standards which have been laid down to diagnose the male infertility. We are not following the WHO guideline and that is why the Indian figures have not been taken into consideration as they say there are no norms or systems developed on how to keep record of the semen analysis in our country.