Involuntary Childlessness: A Grounded Theory Approach For Developing a Model of Reproductive Health
Childlessness is the condition of being without children and may be voluntary or involuntary (Letherby, 2002). To be childless against one’s choice means to be involuntary childless which, unfortunately, has personal, socio-economic, and socio-cultural impacts in most societies in spite of the relationship between infertility and childlessness.
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