Julia Indichova's involvement in reproductive health began 20 years ago, when she herself received a devastating diagnosis of "hopeless secondary infertility.
What does SIF stand for?
SIF stands for Secondary Infertility
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We have 213 other meanings of SIF in our Acronym Attic
- Scuola Italiana Equitazione Western (Italian: Italian Western Riding School)
- Signals Intelligence and Electronic Warfare
- As If
- SACDIN System Integration Facility
- Safety Instrumented Function
- School Improvement Fund (various organizations)
- Schools Interoperability Framework
- Scientific Instrument Formatter (NASA)
- Seat In Front
- Second Injury Fund (compensation insurance; various locations)
- Secours Islamique France (French: Islamic Relief France; est. 1992)
- Secret Internet Fatty
- Security Information File
- Security Issues Forum
- Select Income Fund
- Selective Identification Feature
- Serious Injury Frequency
- Service Information Field
- Serviço de Inspeção Federal (Portuguese: Federal Inspection Service; Brazil)
- Settlement in Full
Samples in periodicals archive:
1 percent, but with a more pronounced drop in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia) and a small increase in secondary infertility (0.
Surgical hysteroscopy may be the most efficient way to restore fertility in women with cesarean-induced isthmoceles, but no randomized trials exist to guide clinicians concerning what may loom as a notable contributor to secondary infertility.
Infertility: a tabulation of available data on prevalence of primary and secondary infertility.
The rate of secondary infertility among married women is 3.
In the area of maternal mortality/morbidity: A community based study at the Institute estimated the prevalence and determinants of chronic obstetric morbidities such as genital fistula, genital prolapse, urinary incontinence and secondary infertility among women in Nasik district, Maharashtra.
Varicocele is one of the commonest surgically reversible causes of infertility and affects about 40 per cent males with primary infertility and 70-80 per cent males with secondary infertility.
Illness, diet, certain jobs and even 'modern life' can all reduce a man or woman's fertility and the heartache of secondary infertility can be quite traumatic.