Upon completion, the user receives not only the result and recommendations, as well as the opportunity to ask the doctor personally with a special feedback form.
The initiators of the social project “to Hear “Mom!” developed the first in Ukraine online-a test to identify difficulties encountered by infertile couples. As a result the person not only learns how to increase the chances of having a child, experiencing difficulty with conception, but also how to talk about it with family and friends.
Infertility is a problem every 5th Ukrainian couple. However, doctor reproduction and assisted reproductive technologies (art) are still unknown to many Ukrainians. Research in the framework of the social project “to Hear “Mom!” show that the majority of infertile couples do not hurry to resort to art, believing this approach to be “unnatural”.
To dispel the myths and help couples in making decisions on the project’s website “Hear “Mama!” with the support of Ukrainian Association of reproductive medicine (UARM) and the Association of trust infertility patients “Children will be!” was created a special test.
Today, the Internet is one of the most effective ways of communication with the audience: every 2nd Ukrainian daily uses the world wide web.
The Online format is simple and accessible, and will be particularly relevant for couples with difficulties conceiving. After all, according to the study, about 40% of them are looking for information about overcoming problems is the Internet.
“We are already not the first year to no avail treated – should I continue? Safe whether modern reproductive technology? To what doctor to us to ask for help?”, – these and many other questions are asked by a couple who was one on one with the infertility problem. In the test, the developers have modeled the 10 situations on the way to a dream about the birth of the child. During the test, the user does not know whether he answered the question, but also receives professional guidance on how to act in specific situations: on reception at the doctor or when talking to relatives.
Time is one of the most valuable resources in the fight against infertility. That is why the creators of the test hope that it will help couples understand the importance of expeditious decision-making, because the past can change the future.
The test is available in Ukrainian and Russian languages, and the passage takes less than 5 minutes. Upon completion, the user receives not only the result and recommendations, but also useful information about VRT, as well as the opportunity to ask the doctor personally with a special feedback form
Assisted reproductive technologies ( ) is a collective name of medical technologies, treatments and procedures aimed at achieving a pregnancy in a patient in which some or all stages of conception are carried out outside the body of the future parents. Used for infertility.