Interventions to reduce psychological morbidities associated with infertility in Nigeria

A Aiyenigba
Introduction: Infertility affects up to 30% of Sub Sahara Africa population. In African societies, having infertility can come with dire consequences, depending on the level of empowerment and the ability to resist infertility related stigma, leading to psychological distress, anxiety and depression for those affected. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) has been shown to be more effective than the pharmacological treatment of infertility-related depression (Faramarzi et al, 2008), therefore a need for the development of a...
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