Infertility problems and mental health symptoms in a community-based sample: depressive symptoms among infertile men, but not women
Most researchers agree that men’s and women’s experiences of infertility are fundamentally different, and impacts upon the nature of psychological distress encountered. However, design flaws, including non-random samples unrepresentative of the general population, compromise many existing studies. Data derived from a random general community sample provides prevalence of current infertility, and permits examination of longitudinal associations between mental health symptoms and...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Men’s Health 13.2 (2014): 75-91|
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