Past Issue

Volume 9, Supplement 1, Summer 2015 (Presented at 16th Congress on Reproductive Biomedicine and 10th Royan Nursing and Midwifery Seminar) Pages: 85-85

P-100: Family Intervention Effect in The Private Lives of Infertile Couples


Background
The purpose of this study, the appraisement of family intervention effect in the private lives of infertile couples.
Materials and methods
150 women were selected from Dr. Rasekh infertility clinic by census method in the fall of 2014. It was used from questionnaires to collect data. Data was analyzed with SPSS statistical software.
Results
The average age of women were 28.17 ± 5 years and duration of infertility was 57.72 months. The most important reason for refer to infertility clinic; 71.5% women’s desire to have a child, 14.6% their partners desire, 8.5%with the agreement of each other, 5.4% due to the insistence of family and relatives. Intervention of the husband's family in Married life and create resentment and emotional problem; 10.6% too much, 10.6% much, 12.8% moderate, 26.2% low, 39.7% very low. Up questions were also asked about intervention of women’s family; 2.9% too much, 6.2% much, 12.2% moderate, 28.8% low, 49.6% very low. Intervention by neighbors and acquaintances; 6.4% too much, 8.5% much, 11.3% moderate, 29.1% low, 43.3%very low. They are Fortunate couples without children, If someone did not intervene in the lives of infertile couples; 69.3% agreement completely, 22.9% agreement, 5% Apathetic, 1.4% opposite, 1.4% opposite completely.
Conclusion
The patients should be consulted by psychologist frequently that will be a fundamental role in reducing stress and even accelerate the outcometreatment. Finally, the couple must be said “Life is just not parenting but also has a sacred purpose that couple have spiritual tranquility together".