This research aimed to assess the fertility information of Japanese education undergraduates who approach to turn out to be schoolteachers and look at similar variables. A cross-sectional questionnaire survey was performed with 252 initial-yr training undergraduates at a Japanese college. The Cardiff Fertility Expertise Scale (CFKS) was employed to evaluate fertility awareness, and other merchandise inquiring about basic reproductive understanding have been bundled. We assessed the romantic relationship in between fertility know-how and gender and the encounter of long term daily life preparing, amongst other things. We identified that fertility information diverse. Participants possessed a fairly great expertise of the associations among fertility and feminine ageing, and smoking, but limited awareness about the outcome of sexually transmitted infections on fertility. Male members answered a lot more properly than feminine individuals (p < 0.01) regarding ‘sperm production’ however, female respondents answered more accurately than male respondents (p < 0.01) regarding 'timing of menopause. In Japan, the national curriculum standard for upper secondary schools was revised in 2018, and fertility was added to the Health and Physical Education curriculum. The study results suggested that it is important to include fertility in a sex education teaching curriculum for education undergraduates to enable them to deliver fertility education as teachers in the future.
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