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Infertility Studies Role of Epigenetics

Infertility affects 10% of the reproductive-age population. Even the most successful treatments such as assisted reproductive technologies still result in failed implantation. Despite the underlying infertility etiology, epigenetic modifications as a result of the infertility treatment have been implicated in chronic long-term disease.The age related epigenetic changes have been found in female reproductive organs, and the effect of the changes that may contribute to reproductive outcomes.

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Clinical Embryology Scientist, Director Lanka institute of Embryology and Andrology Training, Colombo Scientific Director for Aikya Fertility center and Aikya Embryology Training, Banglore

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Infertility affects 10% of the reproductive-age population. Even the most successful treatments such as assisted reproductive technologies still result in failed implantation. Despite the underlying infertility etiology, epigenetic modifications as a result of the infertility treatment have been implicated in chronic long-term disease.The age related epigenetic changes have been found in female reproductive organs, and the effect of the changes that may contribute to reproductive outcomes.