Infertility & Treatment In Egypt

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Infertility & Treatment In Egypt by Mind Map: Infertility & Treatment In Egypt

1. Punishment

1.1. From God

1.2. Abortions=Sin

2. IVF

2.1. Not As Accepted By Emad, Interfere With His Career

2.2. Must Be Muslim Doctors

3. Adoption

3.1. Forbidden By The Qu'ran

3.2. Egyptian Way Makes This A Permanent Legal Fostering

4. Painful

4.1. Important To Have Children

4.2. Egyptians Attach Everything They Do For The Child

5. Suffering

5.1. Physical & Emotional Pain

5.2. Despair & Marital Turmoil

5.3. Moral Uncertainty & Social Stigma

6. Stigma

6.1. Social, Economic & Political Pressure To Have Children

6.2. Community Ostracism

6.3. Loneliness & Despair

7. Hope & Resignation

7.1. 5-7% Chance Of Having A Child

7.2. Last Try Seemed Hopeful

7.3. After 6th Unsuccessful Try-Resigned To Fact Of Being Childless

8. 1988-1989 "Early IVF Period"

8.1. IVF Not Widely Available Or Understood

8.2. Poor, Uneducated, Illiterate Women Sought IVF Through Government Funded Clinics With Little To No Success

8.3. Public, Government Sponsored New Reproductive Technology Services Were Moribound

9. Late 1990's "IVF Boom Period"

9.1. Amidst A Massive Period Of Reproductive Technology Transfer

9.2. Daily Influx Of New Patients

9.3. Well-Educated, Professional And Affluent Career Women

9.4. More Successful