Delhi, India, July 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- According to recently published research report “India IVF Treatment Market Analysis” by KuicK Research, the number of IVF treatment cycle in India is expected to surpass 120,000 by end of 2012. The infertility market in India is growing, with many infertility clinics mushrooming all over the country. Couples walking into infertility clinics and asking about assisted methods of reproduction is common these days. To cater to the needs of these couples the number of infertility clinics in metros and urban parts of the country has risen.
In India, approximately 15%-20% of married couples in their fertile age group, suffer from infertility and it is on the increase because of urbanization, pollution, chemical exposure, stress, competitive work environment, fast-paced lifestyles, late settlement in life, more women opting to work, increased incidence of diabetes, pelvic inflammatory diseases, etc.
Today, arrays of treatment options to treat infertility are readily available in India. These include medications for ovulation induction; endoscopic surgery to correct anatomical problems; and the assisted reproductive technologies, including IUI, IVF, and ICSI (intra cytoplasmic sperm injection).
India has become one of the favored destinations for infertility treatments such as IVF due to several factors including its medical expertise, awareness of available treatment options, hi-tech infrastructure, effective treatment options, low cost treatments as compared to developed countries, easy access and availability, economical prices of IVF drugs and an unregulated market. Moreover, experts have observed a correlation between the growth of the Indian IVF segment and the advancements in the World Wide Web.
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