As of today there are about 7 billion people in the world. According to United Nations figures, if growth of birth rates remains constant there will be 8 billion people in 2023. However, global fertility rates show not very positive figures. Based on studies by anthropologists, economic changes and weak health condition are the most common factors that influence on family size reducing, and thus slowing population growth. Modern technologies used in reproductive medicine help to stop demographical crises and to improve fertility in the world.

Infertility is a great problem of the modern technocratic society in which the marriage age and childbearing is shifted upwards due to the liberalization of sexual relations, duration of studying process, complexities of the material and professional development.

According to experts, the demographic situation in developed countries is rather disappointing: a low birth rate and population’s senescence can lead to the nation’s degeneration. It’s not surprisingly that medical scientific researches of recent decades are increasingly focused on the development of assisted reproductive technologies. 

From day to day, medicine and science develop rapidly. Sometimes this development moves even faster than we can keep track of various innovations and incredible researches. And if today we are faced with a female or male infertility that’s not actually the reason to despair. Combining years of experience in vitro fertilization medicine, modern technologies and developments of latest scientific researches, we have opportunity to put ourselves in hands of experts.

There are a lot of clinics which provide their patients with a full range of services: starting from various medical testing and diagnosis and ending with IVF, ICSI procedures and surrogacy. They tend to guarantee the highest level of medical care and clearness of contracts. Their general aims focus on helping us to find legal and psychological support, and, of course, a positive result, in particular, birth of so long-awaited baby. 

Nowadays, in comparison with the previous centuries, it’s absolutely unproblematic to give birth even after 40, and even 50 years. Due to the brilliant possibilities of assisted reproductive technologies that modern medical institutions turn to useful account it has become quite real to achieve desired pregnancy in any age. Such procedures as egg donation and IVF have made it possible to inseminate women of any age.

We can’t conclude we have totally vanquished infertility or even approached to this victory. Our great battle for the wellness is continuing. 

The increasing amount of young infertile cases and various religious and moralistic opponents of reproductology maintain enemy’s resistant and pour fuel on the fire, however medicine is a cold-blooded branch of science, it keeps on advancing and it gives a hope to each infertile couple.