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Psvchogenic aspects of sterility

, : Psvchogenic aspects of sterility. Fertility And Sterility 4(6): 466-471

Psychogenic sterility is defined as sterility in a couple in whom no pathology or dysfunction can be demonstrated by any methods available to us today. Psychogenie sterility is not limited to the female, the male is almost as important. Emotional factors may influence the sperm count. "One child sterility" is discussed. Psychodynamics of the whole subject is also discussed. The gynecologist can treat the large percentage of these cases. A plea is made for further investigation and cooperation with psychiatrists.


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