Infertility is a notable global public health concern, and it reflects in the findings by the World Health Organization that 10% of women are inflicted; the overall impact of subfertility or infertility is significant both in men and women, and hasn’t decreased in the span of last 20 years or so[1]. Moreover, issues pertaining to sexual health is growing owing to the excessive usage of birth control measures in pills and medicines that imbues infertility. This is leading to an observable growth prospects in the in vitro fertilization market, which was valued to be $7.1 billion to $8.5 billion as of 2018. Furthermore, the demand in the global IVF market will grow with a remarkable CAGR of 8.5% to 9.2% during the forecast period of 2019 to 2025.