World’s outlook for consequences of COVID-19 infection on reproductive robustness and assisted reproductive techniques
1Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Maternal Health and Research Institute, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
2Department of Internal Medicine, Bhaskar Medical College, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
*Corresponding author: Humaira Minhaj, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Maternal Health and Research Institute, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. email@example.com
© 2020 Published by Scientific Scholar on behalf of Journal of Reproductive Healthcare and Medicine
How to cite this article: Minhaj H, Rozati R, Balaji AB, Gautam AM, Aiman V, Ali MA. World’s outlook for consequences of COVID-19 infection on reproductive robustness and assisted reproductive techniques. J Reprod Healthc Med 2021;2(Suppl_1):S41-S8.
The appearance of new coronavirus infection COVID-19 that made an appearance in Wuhan (China) in the month of December 2019 has developed in an epidemic disease which has swiftly inflated and presented unique distress and potential risks to females that are pregnant or those who choose childbearing throughout the world. Even though, none of the professional associations have furnished directions that the females have to keep away from conception during the current pandemic situation, innumerable professional establishments have endorsed a moratorium in regard to infertility aids. We have done a review regarding the effect of COVID-19 disease on assisted reproductive techniques. As we know that to reproduce is one of a human right and infertility is contemplated as a health disease condition, we discussed of how the Assisted Reproductive Technique clinics can manage with the present pandemic circumstances and what specific instructions are to be followed by them to minimize the risk by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Numerous countries have acted variably with diversified reactions and varying resources. It has been proposed that the reproductive health section has been receptive towards the health of its public and with the discrete patient concerns.
Assisted reproductive techniques