Early Marriage: a Policy for Infertility Prevention
Aging, Fertility, Infertility, Oocyte abnormalities,
AbstractFemale fertility begins to decline many years prior to the onset of menopause despite continued regular ovulatory cycles. Age related infertility is due to oocyte abnormalities and decreased ovarian reserve. Treatment of infertility when the cause is limited to decreased ovarian reserve is empirical at present except for oocyte donation. This mini review of the literature covers all available English biomedical journals that have been published from 1995 to 2008. The search based on combination of the words age, fertility, infertility, and oocyte abnormalities. The important findings from this search strategy are summarized and presented in the sub headings including female age and fertility, miscarriage and in vitro fertilization. Regarding infertility prevention, this mini review suggested that early marriage is a primordial, effective, inexpensive and easy way to prevent infertility.
How to Cite
Karimzadeh MA, Ghandi S. Early Marriage: a Policy for Infertility Prevention. J Fam Reprod Health. 2(2):61-64.