Most drugs have a 'one-size-fits-all' dosage despite obvious sex differences e.g. body fat composition. A study found that over 96% of common drugs are prescribed to women in too high doses leading to excess side effects.
Research suggests only 55% become pregnant after 8 cycles of treatment (around 12-14 months). Meanwhile the financial and emotional burden of treatment and long waiting lists also prolong treatment. This is not good enough.
The highest possible success rate per treatment cycle is between 5-30%. Because of this, most women need many rounds of treatment to obtain a pregnancy. There is a direct link between time spent in treatment and issues with mental health.
80% of people in fertility treatment experience issues with their mental health and 30% drop out due to this. The stress of not being able to fulfil the wish for a child has been associated with emotional difficulties such as depression, anxiety and social isolation.
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Over the next 30 years, more than a billion people worldwide will need help to start a family. wawa fertility partners with patients and some of the world’s leading researchers to develop breakthroughs in fertility treatment and reproductive health.