Infertility: Stork on strikeInfertility is not, at this time, just a couple problem. It is becoming, worldwide, in a public health concern and governments as well as HIV or malnutrition. And in Peru, how we walk? Wrong. And they know almost two million Peruvians who suffer from difficulties to procreate.The mere mention of the word infertility scares anyone. It is that despite the varnish of modernity, the perpetuation of the species is still one of the atavistic tendencies of human beings. Today, as thousands of years ago, Homo sapiens remains the basic instinct to reproduce. But what if nature betrays us and makes procreation impossible? No, we not exaggerate: Infertility is already a global public health problem because an estimated 80 million people suffer from the difficulty-and often the impossibility of having children.