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Nepalese believe

In Nepal infertility is bio-psychosocial problem therefore counseling is the most important part of infertility assessment before any medical intervention.
In western part of Nepal some men prefer remarriage easier & cost-effective than going through the diagnostic & therapeutic line in female infertility.
Similarly, in male infertility, some men prefer to remain infertile than getting donor inseminated children. 
It is also widely believed that sons “open the gates of heaven” by carrying out the last rites of parents. Daughters are “given away” in marriage. These explain, to an extent, the prevalence of sayings like “let it be later but let it be a son.”