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It was called conjugal infertility or marital sterility. Since artificial insemination was not viewed as a curing procedure, it was considered unacceptable. The first was published in and the second in Reproduction was being studied and controlled through hormonal and surgical methods.
In the first proposal to legislate assisted reproduction was presented by the Green Party. Since then, over twenty proposals have been presented. Interestingly, this group strongly opposed artificial insemination AI , a technique that had proven successful in certain cases. This situation lead the state to issue two sets of laws that would help increase the population, one in and the second in , which favoured reproduction by limiting the availability of contraception and by promoting healthcare practices to tackle perinatal and infectious diseases.
They also stimulated immigration and the repatriation of those who left during the revolution. The effects of these policies were as expected: a decrease in mortality and an increase in the total population. It was in this context in that an all-male group of 31 physicians established the first national biomedical professional association focused on infertility, as well as one of the very first journals on this topic. In these two settings they encountered a population of patients diverse in terms of income and socio-cultural background.
These terms suggest a particular way of viewing infertility, thus influencing how physicians diagnosed and treated it. Physicians considered infertility to be a predominantly curable condition of the couple. Considering in fertility as a conjugal matter meant that single women were not eligible for the diagnosis of infertility, let alone its treatment.
Arteaga Elizondo, Second, they considered that using donor sperm could imply adultery and create uncertain paternity. Guerrero, This fear motivated investments in biological and socio-anthropological research projects focused on human reproduction to be carried out in these countries, with the purpose of improving contraception methods and developing successful family planning programmes. However, ideas around controlling reproduction were not entirely novel to the population. In , Dr Abraham Stone, a physician from New York, published the first article in the journal EE to talk about the urgent need to balance population size with natural resources, between industrial production and human reproduction Stone, However, it took 10 years for the association to revisit this topic, possibly due to several factors.