Knowledge and Attitude for Sterile Women Regarding Infertility in Thi-Qar Fertility Centers
Keywords:Knowledge, attitude, Sterile Women, Infertility.
Objective of Study: To explore knowledge and attitudes about Infertility for sterile women.
Methodology: A descriptive cross-sectional study of (100) sterile women selected randomly who visited in
thi-Qar fertility center for the period from 3rd October 2019 to 15th January 2020. Validity and reliability
of questionnaire are determined through pilot study. Used descriptive statistical procedures deductive data
analysis, and data was collected from couples through predesigned interview questionnaire and attitude
scale, data was analyzed by SPSS version (20). Descriptive and inferential statistic was used.
Results: The result showed in the age series (25-30 years) was for the elevated proportion from the pattern.
General knowledge of sterile women was (44.34 per cent), knowledge of sterile women’s risk factors was
(30%). The sterile women’s attitude to infertility was negative (28.6 percent).Women’s strategies in this study
were weak (26.3 percent).Women’s age and duration of infertility were significantly correlated (PV=0.01).
Recommendation: Promote education programs to raise knowledge rates and improve infertility behaviors,
and promote improving infertility coping strategies.
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