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What psychosocial factors can help IVF patients?

Researchers have highlighted which key psychosocial factors could help identify patients at high risk of stress, after reviewing research that explored which psychosocial factors are associated with the emotional adjustment of IVF patients. The aim of the study was to find out what types of coping strategies, social circumstances and personality traits -- called psychosocial factors -- help people through IVF treatment, and which types are linked to especially high stress levels, and can lead to depression and anxiety disorders.
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