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REPRODUCTION FERTILITY 2024
The "6th International Conference on Women's Health, Reproduction and Fertility" is being hosted by Conference Series and will take place in Paris, France, from February 8–9, 2024. The "Theme: Current Research and Innovation Approaches towards Improving Women Reproductive and Safe Pregnancy" that provides a programed to discuss about Reproductive Life will be the main topic of this REPRODUCTION FERTILITY 2024 Conference.
The main goal of REPRODUCTION FERTILITY 2024 is to give medical professionals, educators, medical directors, gynaecological oncologists, and other healthcare workers a platform for discussion and idea exchange on a global scale. This platform will feature timely keynote addresses, oral presentations, poster presentations, video presentations and exhibitions, symposiums, workshops, and a young researchers' forum on the most recent treatments and contraceptive methods.
Why to attend?
At the 6th International Conference on Women's Health, Reproduction and Fertility, where the organizing committee is preparing for an exciting and educational reproductive conference programme including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations, and various programs, leading scientists, researchers, professionals, and exhibitors from all over the world are gathering.
It's time to seize the chance to participate in REPRODUCTION FERTILITY 2024 as a delegate, in a panel discussion, with speakers, with posters, with video proposals, in business meetings, with networking opportunities, and with additional perks for our event sponsor. The conference's most cutting-edge methods, improvements, sharing of fresh concepts, and research updates in women's health, fertility, and related advancements are its telltale indications.
- Obstetrics and Gynecologists
- Specialists in IVF
- IVF Centers
- Gynecological Pathologists
- Gynecological Oncologists
- Directors of Maternity Hospitals
- Infertility specialists
- Heads of the Obstetrics & Gynecology Departments
- Nursing scholars
- Students of Medicine Disciplines
- Upcoming Researcher
- Family Medicine Physicians and General practitioners
- Health care systems and Hospitals
- Clinical Toxicologists
- IVF Associations and Societies
- Societies of Andrology and Gynecology
- Obstetrics Community
- Health Care Professionals
Track 1: Importance of Women’s Health
The treatment and diagnosis of diseases and ailments that affect women's physical and emotional well-being is the focus of the medical specialty known as women's health. In general, women and men have similar health problems; the only difference is that women's health needs to be specifically taken into account. Young women's health issues, adolescence, pregnancy, and delivery are all biological processes. Women's health is significant because they have unique healthcare needs and have a higher likelihood than men of receiving a diagnosis for a certain condition. Chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are among the leading causes of death in women.
- Chronic diseases
- Heart disease
Track 2: Women's Health and Life Style
Although it has long been a problem, women's health is now of the utmost importance. The only distinction between males and women's health problems is that women's health needs to receive more attention. The intriguing health conditions that affect women include menopause, abnormalities of the female organs, and pregnancy. The two medical procedures that pose the greatest health hazards to young women between the ages of 15 and 19 are becoming pregnant and giving birth. Because of biological factors, a lack of knowledge about HIV among women, and unsafe sex, HIV/AIDS is the main cause of death among women of reproductive age. The absence of contraception leads to unwanted pregnancies, unsafe abortions, STDs, and other problems.
- Health issues
- Women's health
Track 3: Stem Cells and Reproductive Diseases
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells having the ability to self-replicate and specialise into distinct cell types. The two main properties of stem cells are self-renewal and potency, which allow them to differentiate into any form of cell. Ovaries do contain stemcells that develop into oocytes in adults and can be created in vitro to produce children, according to two studies published towards the end of 2004. Another study offered novel validation of the endometrial healing caused by stem cells in patients who had bone marrow transplants. It is feasible to use this research to treat uterine issues. It is feasible to use this research to treat uterine issues.
Regenerative innovation encompasses all existing and foreseeable uses in human and animal reproduction. This covers contraception, IVF, and other reproductive technologies. ART, which uses reproductive technology to treat infertility and low fertility, is the only type of reproductive technology now used in clinical settings. Assisted reproductive technology may be used when other fertility drugs haven't worked, when there's significant male factor infertility, severe endometriosis, or a tubal obstruction.
Track 5: Fertility & Infertility
Fertility is the capacity to get pregnant and have children. Mortal fertility is told by a variety of rudiments, including diet, sexual conduct, cooperation, culture, instinct, endocrinology, timing, worries about capitalist, manner of life, passions, and other goods. The most rich time for women is during ovulation. Ovulation occurs between the 11th and the 21st day of a woman's cycle. Gravidity affects both men and women roughly equally, but males are more likely to witness it trades can treat gestation in both males and ladies.
- Medical issues
- Female fertility
- Physical signs of fertility in a woman
Track 6: Fertility Surgery and IVF Treatment
Sterility in men is treated with
- Surgery, if the cause is a varicocele( widening of the modes in the scrotum) or a vas deferens inhibition.
- Antibiotics to clean up impurity in the genitalia.
- Drug and comforting to treat construction or interjection problems.
- Hormone curatives if a hormone imbalance is the cause of the issue.
Sterility in women is treated with
• Fertility medicines and hormones to help in re establishing hormone situations and induce ovulation in the case.
• Surgery to open dammed fallopian tubes or remove towel that's precluding fertility
In vitro fertilisation is a type of supported reproductive technology used to treat gravidity. In IVF, sperm and an egg are fertilised in a liquid media outside of the body.
Track 7: Female Infertility
Menarche frequently occurs at the young age of 12.5 years in the United States. Ovulation is absent in roughly 80% of first-year cycles, 50% of third-year cycles, and 10% of sixth-year cycles in postmenopausal girls. The onset of menopause usually happens between the ages of 48 and 55. The woman's window for conception is now closed. The biggest factor affecting a woman's fertility and chances of getting pregnant and having a child is her age. Some of the most well-known causes of infertility in women include endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), tubal obstruction, and advanced maternal age, which reduces egg quantity and quality. 10% of all couples in America who are of reproductive age, or around 6.1 million couples, struggle with infertility. Additionally, obesity in conceptive health causes heavy menstruation and heavy menstrual flow.
Track 8: Adolescent and Maternal Health
Human development is sensitive during the teenage years. It represents the passage from childhood to actual and intellectual adulthood. The Sub-Saharan region has the largest incidence of early childbearing practises, with birth rates among teens exceeding 200 per 1,000 women between the ages of 15 and 19. The Central African Republic, Niger, Chad, Angola, and Mali (with a rate of teenage births above 180) are the countries with the highest rates of teenage births. Maternal health is the condition of women prior to, during, and following childbirth. Healthcare for family planning, conception, pregnancy, labour, and delivery is all included. Discharge, unsafe abortions, and labour obstruction are the leading causes of maternal morbidity and mortality.
- maternal morbidity and mortality
- maternal health
Track 9: Sexually Transmitted Infections
Sexually transmitted infections are illnesses that are spread by sexual contact, including anal, oral, and vaginal sex. The symptoms of this condition include pelvic pain, ulcers on or around the genitalia, vaginal discharge, penile discharge, and ulcers. The three groups include bacterial infections, viral STIs, and parasitic STIs. Among the bacterial infections are gonorrhoea, chlamydia, and syphilis. Viral diseases include genital herpes, genital warts, and HIV/AIDS. An illustration is the parasitic STI trichomoniasis. Less dangerous sexual activities are employed. In the classroom, thorough sex education is also advantageous.
Track 10: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
PCOS is a common hormonal disorder that affects women who are fertile. It is a collection of symptoms brought on by females' increased androgen levels. Heavy periods, irregular or non existent menstrual cycles, excessive body and facial hair, acne, pelvic pain, difficulties getting pregnant, and areas of thick, darker, smoother skin are some of the signs and symptoms of PCOS. Both inherited and environmental factors contribute to it. It's past cure. Birth control pills may benefit acne, excessive hair growth, and regular menstrual cycles. Metformin and anti-androgens may also be beneficial. Weight loss, the use of metformin, and clomiphene are all methods to boost fertility. In vitro fertilisation is another technique used. It is the endocrine disorder that affects women the most commonly between the ages of 18 and facial hair
Track 11: Obstetrics and Gynecology
Obstetrics is a branch of medicine that focuses on the surgical and medical care given prior to, during, and following pregnancy. It focuses on safeguarding and taking care of a pregnant woman's overall health. Gynaecology is the branch of medicine that deals with the health of a woman's breasts, vagina, uterus, and ovaries as well as her reproductive system. Its primary focus is on the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of problems with female reproduction. Obstetricians and gynaecologists struggle to raise the bar of medical treatment while working in a challenging environment. 1.5% of inpatient obstetrics patients encounter a bad event, and 38.3% of these outcomes were attributed to negligence, according to the Harvard Medical Practise Survey.
Track 12: Female Reproductive Cancer
Reproductive malignancies are brought on by the unchecked growth and multiplication of abnormal cells that arise in the reproductive organs. Gynaecologic tumours in women are often found in the United States. 91,730 new cases are estimated to be investigated in the United States this year alone; tragically, 28,080 deaths are anticipated. The most common treatments for reproductive cancers include chemotherapy, surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, or a combination of these.
- Cancer of the uterus
- Ovarian cancer
- Regular pelvic examinations
Track 13: Pregnancy and Child Birth
At least one child develops inside a mother's body when she is pregnant, also known as gravidity or gestation. A pregnancy with multiples, like one with twins, results in more than one kid. Sexual activity or assisted reproductive technologies can both lead to pregnancy. This is a little more than nine lunar months, with each lunar month having a length of about 291,2 days. Usually, childbirth occurs 40 weeks (LMP) or so following the last menstrual cycle. A developing human being is referred to as an embryo for the first two months after conception; thereafter, until birth, the word "foetus" is used. Missed periods, sensitive breasts, vomiting, hunger, and frequent urination are just a few early pregnancy signs. You can find out if you are pregnant by taking a pregnancy test.
Track 14: Drug Management during Pregnancy
Drugs are commonly used to correct various anomalies during pregnancy. Drugs are often used to treat illnesses during pregnancy when the potential benefits outweigh the known hazards. The most frequently given drugs include antibiotics, analgesics, antihistamines, antiemetics, and tranquillizers. The growth and development of the foetus may be impacted by drug use later in pregnancy. Drugs that may have an impact on foetal development include angiotensin, antithyroid medications, benzodiazepines, blockers, and other medications. But in the UK, every single pregnant woman receives at least one course of medication treatment advice (no less than 33%).
Track 15: Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia
Peripartum analgesia for labour and anaesthesia for caesarean deliveries are provided by the anaesthesia subspecialty known as obstetric anaesthesia, often known as ob-gyn anaesthesia or ob-gyn anesthesiology. For the attending anesthesiologists, it has always been challenging to give anaesthesia during pregnancy for both obstetric and non-obstetric surgery. While a substantial percentage of an obstetric anesthesiologist's practise may involve directing anaesthesia for caesarean sections and managing pain during vaginal deliveries, the specialty is increasingly growing to include anaesthesia for both maternal and foetal operations. When labour pains are present, obstetric anaesthetists are commonly called upon. Buprenorphine is the medication that is most usually used to produce a more pronounced physical square.
- obstetric anaesthesia
- obstetric anesthesiology
Track 16: Reproductive Medicine
The field of medicine known as reproductive medicine is concerned with the prevention, identification, and treatment of reproductive problems. Reproductive medicine aims to improve and maintain the standard of reproductive health. Reproductive medicine is built on an understanding of reproductive anatomy, hormones, physiology, and pathology. Under the general heading of reproductive medicine, prenatal medicine and postnatal medicine can be further split. Reproductive medicine includes among its subjects sexual education, family planning, conditions of the reproductive system, birth control, infertility, and sexual dysfunction. Ovulation, pregnancy, menstruation, menopause, and other gynaecological disorders are all evaluated by reproductive medicine.
Track 17: Pre and Post-Partum Care
All stages of conception are accompanied by caring. Over the length of a nine-month pregnancy, pre-partum care, intra-partum care, and post-partum care can be divided into three stages. Throughout the pre-partum period, pregnant women undergo a number of pathological and radiological examinations to closely monitor the development of the embryo inside the womb. Pregnancy-related conditions such preclampsia, eclampsia, miscarriages, haemorrhages, etc. are now easily discoverable. The mother's physical and mental state change after becoming pregnant and continue to do so until the baby is delivered. Both the mother and the newborn kid require post-partum care. One of the most important aspects of postpartum care is breastfeeding.
Track 18: Reproduction Endocrinology
Reproductive endocrinology is the comprehensive study of the pituitary, ovaries, and other parts of the female hormone system from adolescence until menopause. Early embryonic development, gametogenesis, reproductive development, fertilisation, pregnancy, reproductive immunology, and endocrinology are some of the topics covered. It relates to the control and function of several endocrine glands in women, the impact of reproductive activities on the endocrine system, and the influence of endocrine diseases on reproduction.
Scope and Importance:
The main thing of statistical surveying is to increase public mindfulness of issues relating to reproductive systems and to identify the request terrain for reproductive health as well as critical improvements. The council/ conversations at this conference will concentrate on reproductive health. This meeting is intended to give detailed information about the different approaches used to treat gynaecological cancers, gravidity, PCOS, sexually transmitted infections,etc.
Women’s Health Market:
In 2010, there were 6.15 billion people on the planet, 49.7% of whom were women. By 2025, a similar trend is anticipated to be in place. There will be 8.19 billion people on the planet by 2025, 49.5% of whom will be female. This calculated number explains the Women's Health showcase's growth potential through 2025. When compared to males, women typically outlive them and undergo quicker hormonal, physical, and emotional changes over their lifetime. This aspect is currently acting as a catalyst for providing women in all nations with better medical and educational services.
With a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.2% from 2015 to 2020, the global market for women's well-being pharmaceuticals will expand from over $33.0 billion in 2015 to almost $40.6 billion by that year. The global market for women's healthcare is expected to reach USD 5.13 billion by 2025, according to sophisticated study on the subject.Various independent research agencies estimated that the global market for women's health was worth 30.88 billion in 2016 and predicted that it would grow to more than 51.3 billion by 2025 at a CAGR of 5.85%.
Fertility Services Market:
Services related to fertility include special methods for addressing genetic and reproductive problems as well as aiding in conception. These services aid couples or single guardians all over the world by incorporating various ART tactics. The Global Fertility Services Market was valued at $16,761 million in 2016 and is anticipated to grow to $30,964 million by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.3%. The market for IVF administrations generated $10,587 million in 2017 and is projected to reach $22,467 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 9.8% between 2018 and 2025. At a CAGR of 4.3% from 2017 to 2022, the global market for fertility medications is expected to increase from $3.4 billion in 2017 to $4.2 billion in 2022.billion in 2013. In 2018, the anticipated incomes will probably reach $19.6 billion, showing a CAGR of 4.1%.
The global contraceptive market, which was estimated to be worth $19.8 billion in 2015, is expected to grow and reach $33.6 billion by 2023, with a CAGR growth of 6.8% during this time. The population's expanding needs, the rise in STD cases, the expansion of the need for unwelcome pregnancy prevention, and female awareness are all factors driving the growth of the contraceptive market.
Related Associations and Societies
Middle East: Middle East Fertility Society (MEFS), Syrian American Medical Society, Iranian Scientific Association of Embryology and Reproductive Biology, Iranian Scientific Association of Endocrinolog, Iranian Scientific Association of Reproductive Medicine, Turkish Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Turkish Society for Reproductive Medicine, Turkish Infertility Foundation, Turkish Medical Association, Iraqi Society of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ISOG), Saudi Society of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Saudi Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society, Saudi Gynecology Oncology Group
USA: American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists, American College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, The Association of Physician Assistants in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Central Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Gynecologic Cancer Foundation, Society of Gynecologic Oncologists (SGO), International Urogynecological Association (IUGA), American Osteopathic Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, American Society Reproductive Medicine
Europe: The European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health, German Foundation for World Population, European Association of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, Italian Society for Obstetrics and Gynecology, European board & college of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, European Society of Gynecological Oncology, Austrian Society of Sterility, Infertility and Endocrinology, Croatian Society for Gynecological Endoscopy, German Society of Gynecological and Obstetrical Endoscopy
Past Conference Report:
Thanks to all of our amazing keynote speakers, presenters, conference attendees, students, associations, media partners, and visitors REPRODUCTION FERTILITY 2023 was a huge success. The "5th International Conference on Women's Health, Reproduction and Fertility" on August 24–25, 2023 at Frankfurt, Germany with the theme "Leading Healthy Reproductive Life" was a big success thanks to Conference Series. The audience heard from renowned keynote speakers who represented a variety of prestigious organisations and groups. Renowned experts, members of the Editorial Board of journals in the Conference series, students, research scholars, scientists, young researchers, industrialists, endocrinologists, doctors, gynaecological oncologists, and student researchers all generously and actively participated and helped make the event a success. A ceremony and speeches by the Keynote forum speakers marked the beginning of the conference. The experts who spread the message with their beautiful talk were. Let's reconnect @ REPRODUCTION FERTILITY 2024
Past Conference Report
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