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It’s Time to Stop Unfairly Blaming Just Women for Society’s Infertility Problems


Infertility impacts so many hoping to start a family, yet society often unfairly places the blame on women alone. But the truth is, fertility challenges can stem from multiple causes.

It's no secret that the pressure to conceive can take a immense mental toll. But society's narrow focus on women exacerbates feelings of shame while letting other potential factors off the hook. Both partners share responsibility in infertility, so why does society insist on targeting just one?

The reality is that infertility has numerous medical, genetic and environmental influences. Rather than accusing, we must support each other compassionately. One expert advises recognizing infertility as a condition beyond anyone's control, not a weakness or failure.

By coming together instead of judging, we can create a caring community for all navigating this challenge. It's time we change the conversation from blame to understanding. Each journey is difficult enough without society's unfair burden of guilt. Let's support each through open dialogue, not tear each other down.

The Northlines is an independent source on the Web for news, facts and figures relating to Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and its neighbourhood.

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