Kazakhstan Reaches milestone for 10,000th IVF Baby

Try saying Kazakhstan ten times fast.

Okay, try telling us where it is located. What’s that? You don’t know? Neither do a lot of people. But guess what, it’s right in between Asia and Europe and it is the ninth largest country in the world.

?????????????????????????????????????????????Up until recently, Kazaljstan has best been known for its oil, space program and Borat, the fictitious Kazakh journalist played by Sasha Baron Cohen. But as of last month, it has gotten fame for something else. Turns out the ten thousandth child was born via invitro fertilisation (IVF) in the form of twins.

In a generous move by government, Kazakhstan leaders provide free infertility medical care after intended couples have waited 18 months with no success at pregnancy.

According to Tengri News, “It has been 20 years since the day we opened the IVF laboratory in Kazakhstan. This important date is marked by the birth of the ten thousandth child. (…) The birth of twins is not a coincidence. Families that wait for a child for a long time usually ask for twins. They were successful and babies were born healthy. As for triplets, we do not IVF for triplets because it complicates the pregnancy,” the head of the Institute Tamara Dzhusubalieva said.

The article goes on to provide statistics by the Ministry of Healthcare of Kazakhstan, which states that 15-18% of families in the country face infertility or other problems connected with giving birth to children. In 2015, the Ministry allocated $2.6 million for 750 families in need of an IVF procedure. As of March, 2015, 18 IVF clinics have opened their doors to support families.

Maybe you, too, are having a hard time getting pregnant and need support? Take heed that there are answers and places to help.

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