Female Infertility

Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive naturally by a female after one year of regular unprotected intercourse.

  • Endocrine disorders: The dysfunction of hypothalamus and pituitary gland can lead to an excess amount of prolactin, this may prevent ovulation. When the corpus luteum, fails to produce enough progesterone required to thicken the uterine lining, the fertilized egg may not be  able to implant, thus leading to infertility.
  • Physical disorders: Certain physical disorders such as obesity, anorexia nervosa, and excessive exercise may lead to overweight or malnutrition, and later the menstrual cycle, thus make the couple infertile.
  • Ovarian disorders: Polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD) can lead to infertility because of an increased amount of testosterone and LH and decrease uptake of glucose by muscle, fat and liver cells resulting in the production of large amounts of insulin by the pancreas.
  • Patient is unable to conceive despite regular coition
  • Pain in lower abdomen
  • Over weight
  • Avoid stress
  • Do not go on guilt spree
  • Do regular exercises
  • Manage weight
  • Avoid junk food
  • Drink good amounts of water

Homeopathy treatment of infertility is mainly achieved through the administration of constitutional
homeopathic medicines found most suitable after a detailed case analysis. A detailed case analysis
includes the general physical and mental constitutional make-up of the patient plus the symptoms in the
sexual sphere and the underlying cause that is hindering the fertility process and needs to be corrected.
Commonly used medicines are sepia, pulsatilla, agnus castus, calcarea carb, caladium, conium

  • Complete Hormonal Analysis
  • USG of Pelvis
  • CT Scan of the Pelvis
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