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Infertility

Infertility is the inability in a woman to conceive or a man to induce conception. It means the inability of a couple to achieve a pregnancy after repeated intercourse without contraception for a year. The problem could be either with the man or the woman or both.
Infertility must be distinguished from impotence among males and frigidity in females. Frigidity and impotence both indicate a failure to perform the sexual act or to perform it imperfectly.
Normal conception takes place when the sperm of the male, inserted into the vagina during coitus travel through the uterus and unites with the ovum secreted by the ovaries. If this union fails to occur, the woman does not conceive.
Causes
Male
According to Ayurveda the general causes are defective sperms, congestion of the ducts that carry sperm, trauma sustained by the genital organs, functional disorders or congenital defects of the reproductive organs, general diseases and improper development of reproductive organs.
Female
The common cause of infertility in women is the problem with ovulation – that is, the ovaries do not release an egg each month. For instance the ovaries may not produce progesterone. This female hormone causes the lining of Uterus to thicken in preparation for a potential fetus. Ovulation may not occur if the brain does not release/ secrete gonadotropin ? releasing hormone that stimulates pituitary gland to produce the hormones that trigger ovulation.
Ayurveda considers that primarily physical disorders are to be corrected before the treatment for conception is started. And after this, special care is given to manage the healthy growth of fetus.
Ayurveda and Siddha have a good number of formulations to cure any type of infertility in both men and women. It has medicines and therapy for the treatment to restore health and rejuvenate both body and mind. As medicines are made from natural herbs and ingredients, they are safe to use for any length of time.

Infertility is the inability in a woman to conceive or a man to induce conception. It means the inability of a couple to achieve a pregnancy after repeated intercourse without contraception for a year. The problem could be either with the man or the woman or both.Infertility must be distinguished from impotence among males and frigidity in females. Frigidity and impotence both indicate a failure to perform the sexual act or to perform it imperfectly.Normal conception takes place when the sperm of the male, inserted into the vagina during coitus travel through the uterus and unites with the ovum secreted by the ovaries. If this union fails to occur, the woman does not conceive.Causes MaleAccording to Ayurveda the general causes are defective sperms, congestion of the ducts that carry sperm, trauma sustained by the genital organs, functional disorders or congenital defects of the reproductive organs, general diseases and improper development of reproductive organs.FemaleThe common cause of infertility in women is the problem with ovulation – that is, the ovaries do not release an egg each month. For instance the ovaries may not produce progesterone. This female hormone causes the lining of Uterus to thicken in preparation for a potential fetus. Ovulation may not occur if the brain does not release/ secrete gonadotropin ? releasing hormone that stimulates pituitary gland to produce the hormones that trigger ovulation.Ayurveda considers that primarily physical disorders are to be corrected before the treatment for conception is started. And after this, special care is given to manage the healthy growth of fetus.Ayurveda and Siddha have a good number of formulations to cure any type of infertility in both men and women. It has medicines and therapy for the treatment to restore health and rejuvenate both body and mind. As medicines are made from natural herbs and ingredients, they are safe to use for any length of time.










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