The report presents a comprehensive research of the global
infertility drugs market by gender (female infertility drugs and
male infertility drugs) and by therapy (hormone based therapy and
other). The report also determines the geographic breakdown of the
market in terms of detailed analysis and impact, which includes key
geographies such as APAC, the Americas, and EMEA.
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Market driver: growing lifestyle diseases
A sedentary lifestyle is one of the major reasons for chronic conditions
such as diabetes, obesity, and high blood pressure in the modern
generation. Lack of physical activity and rising sedentary lifestyle is
expected to affect health and become a major cause of infertility. The
rise of such chronic diseases cases has turned into an epidemic and is
becoming a huge concern for healthcare professionals across the globe.
According to a senior analyst at Technavio for health
and wellness research, “Diabetes increases the risk of
developing a number of serious health issues. High blood glucose can
lead to severe health conditions which may affect the healthy sex life
of both males and females.”
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Market trend: raising awareness regarding infertility in couples
The growing awareness about sexual health such as fertility issues
across the globe is expected to act as a positive trend in the
infertility treatment industry. Different government and non-government
organizations across the globe are supporting couples who are facing
such problems to come forward and seek professional help to tackle the
For example, in the UK, National Fertility Awareness Week was celebrated
from 30 October to 5 November 2017 to spread awareness, provide support,
raise funds, and change the general perception about infertility. A
similar campaign called the National Infertility Awareness Week was
organized in Florida. Such campaigns are expected to create a positive
environment for the market and will motivate more people to come forward
and seek treatment.
Market challenge: rising inclination toward other modes of treatment
The increasing inclination toward other modes of treatment such as
assisted reproductive technology (ART) is posing tough competition for
the infertility drugs market. This trend is growing among people in
developed countries, with IVF being the most commonly adopted form of
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