‘Infertility’ defined as not being able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying. Women who can get pregnant but then have repeat miscarriages are also said to be ‘Infertile’.
Pregnancy is the outcome of a complex series of events. To become pregnant: a woman must release an egg from one of her ovaries (Ovulation). The egg must go into a fallopian tube toward the uterus (Womb). A man’s sperm must meet with (Fertilize) the egg along the way. The fertilized egg must connect to the inside of the uterus (Implantation). Infertility can occur from problems that interfere with any of these actions.
No, infertility is not always a woman’s problem. In just about one-third of situations is infertility due to the woman (female factors). In added one-third of cases, infertility is due to the man (male factors). The remaining instances are created by a mix of male and female factors or by unknown factors
Difficulties with ovulation account for most maximum cases of infertility in women. If ovulation does not take place, there will be no eggs to fertilize. Some signs that a woman is not ovulating constitute Improper or Absent Menstrual Periods. Few common causes of fertility difficulties in women include: Barred Fallopian Tubes due to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Endometriosis, or Surgery for an Ectopic Pregnancy, Physical problems with the Uterus, Uterine Fibroids.
Poor Diet, Athletic Training, Being Overweight or Underweight, Tobacco Smoking, Alcohol, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), Health Problems that cause hormonal changes. Treatment for Female Infertility can be provided only after knowing the exact issue.
Ageing (usually after 35 years) reduces a woman’s chances of having a baby in the following ways:
- The strength of a woman’s ovaries to release eggs available for fertilization declines with age,
- The health of a woman’s eggs decreases with age,
- As a woman ages, she is more likely to have health difficulties that can prevent with fertility,
- As a women ages, her chance of having a miscarriage increase.
Doctors can find the root of a couple’s infertility by doing a comprehensive fertility evaluation. This process normally starts with physical exams and health and sexual past. If there are no apparent problems, like poorly timed intercourse or absence of ovulation, tests will be needed.
Finding the reason for infertility is often a long, complicated and emotional process. For a man, usually, semen Analysis is done to look at the number, shape, and movement of the sperm. Sometimes testing the level of a man’s hormones will also be beneficial.
For a woman, the initial step in an examination is to find out if she is ovulating each month. Doctors can also verify if a woman is ovulating by doing Blood Tests and an Ultrasound of the ovaries. Some standard tests of fertility in women include Hysterosalpingography, Pap smear, Hormonal Assay, etc. Ayurvedic Treatment for Infertility in Hyderabad has firmly gained the success rate.
In Ayurveda, Infertility is compared with VANDHYATWA. According to Ayurvedic texts, the usual causes of sterility or infertility are: Constituents of Garbha (Zygote / embryo / fetus); Rutu (Season/fertile period), Kshetra (Healthy Yoni, uterus and Passage, reproductive organs), Ambu (proper nutrient fluid, clarity of Hrudaya or psychology, properly functioning Vayu (normal Nervous System) and Sadbhavas (Mother, Father, Atma, Satwa, Satmya and Rasa). Abnormality in any individual of these can cause infertility.
Coitus with a woman who is very young, old; chronically ill, hungry, sorrow-stricken and afflicted with other psychological abnormalities or in humpback or lateral posture is futile; semen falling over Sameerana Nadi or in our part of Yoni also fails to impregnate the woman.
Congestion or organic defects in the reproductive organs can be cured only through surgery, but infertility due to functional or physiological causes are easy to heal through Ayurveda and its applications. The vitiation of doshas Vata, Pitta and Kapha - any one of them or all of them together is likely to lead to infertility. Female infertility treatment in ayurveda can be the source of cure to the women.
VANDHYATWA in Ayurveda classified into three types according to Charaka, and they are Vandhya (Absolute Sterility), Apraja (Infertility in which woman conceives after treatment or Primary Infertility) and Sapraja (woman in her reproductive age does not conceive after giving birth to one or more children- Secondary Infertility).
Treatment of specific causes responsible for infertility such as treatment of all the gynaecological disorders including injury to the uterus or its prolapse, diseases of Sukra, Arthava and Yonyarshas should be done; forsaking other etiological factors such as abnormal diet and mode of life, coitus before or after Rutukaala, psychological troubles etc; use of strength producing and Brumhana foods to compensate loss of bala and dhatus, after using:
- Abhyanga (Oleation)
- Swedam (Suddation)
- Vamanam (Emesis)
- Virecanam (Purgation)
- Asthapana Vasthi (Cleansing Enemas)
- Anuvasana Vasthi (Nutritive Enemas) in consecutive order
The other Speciality Infertility Treatments like Yoni Prakshalanam/Douch (Herbal oils and Decoction are applied through the Vaginal route), Uttara Vasthi (Mode of application of Specialized Oils, Ghrithams into the Uterus), Pumsavana Karma (Speciality treatment for conceiving the Desired Child).
Researched Ayurvedic Medicinesprescribed to the patient along with advices of specific diets like Alkaline, pungent foods should be avoided; fruits and sweet substances should be consumed in large quantities. The diet should be adequate to meet all the needs of the body. Daily physical exercise and proper hygiene recommended.
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