Infertility is “a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.”…
When a woman is unable to ever bear a child, either due to the inability to become pregnant or the inability to carry a pregnancy to a live birth she would be classified as having primary infertility. Thus women whose pregnancy spontaneously miscarries, or whose pregnancy results in a still born child, without ever having had a live birth would present with primarily infertility.
When a woman is unable to bear a child, either due to the inability to become pregnant or the inability to carry a pregnancy to a live birth following either a previous pregnancy or a previous ability to carry a pregnancy to a live birth, she would be classified as having secondary infertility. Thus those who repeatedly spontaneously miscarry or whose pregnancy results in a stillbirth, or following a previous pregnancy or a previous ability to do so, are then not unable to carry a pregnancy to a live birth would present with secondarily infertile.
* Polycystic ovary syndrome
* Female infertility caused by anovulation is called "anovulatory infertility"
* Diminished ovarian reserve
* Luteal dysfunction
* Pelvic adhesions
* Pelvic inflammatory disease
* Tubal occlusion
* Tubal dysfunction
* Advanced maternal age
* Previous ectopic pregnancy
* Uterine fibroids
* Cervical stenosis
* Many genetic defects also disturb ovarian function
* Reduce excess fat
* Improves blood circulation and oxygenation to your reproductive organs.
* Lowers blood sugar levels
* Improves your digestion and metabolism
* Eliminate toxins from your body
* Activate your reproductive organs
* Helps keeps the ovaries healthy
* Nadi shodana pranayama
* Brahmari pranayama
* Kapalabhati pranayama
* Janu shirshasana
* Viparita karani
* Yoga nidra
"The ayurvedic ideal goes far beyond merely conceiving. Instead the emphasis is on creating a child who is mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually healthy — a wise and well-rounded child who will contribute to society and become an enlightened citizen."
According to Ayurveda physical,emotional and spiritual well being of the couple will result in the conception of a healthy child, conception takes place due to healthy sperm, a healthy ovum, and a healthy uterus. For both men and women, reproductive health depends on the health of the shukra dhatu, . In women the shukra dhatu creates the ovum as part of the monthly cycle, and in men the semen is formed due to sexual stimulation.
The shukra tissue itself is created as part of a long chain of metabolic transformations, starting with the digestion of food and including the transformation of food to nutrient fluid, blood, muscle, fat, bone, bone marrow and finally, to shukra tissue.Healthy shukra dhatu depends on the health of all the other dhatus in the body.
For improving overall sexual health in men and women, Ayurveda has a special branch known as “Vajeekarana”. “Vajeekarana” means to make one potent like a Horse –vaji !!
According to Ayurveda infertility arises when “shukra dhatu” does not get the proper nutrition which can happen due to poor digestion, lack of balanced diet or due to presence of toxins inside the body which can cause obstruction in reproductive channels. Mental disturbances like anxiety, depression and insomnia can also be a cause.
* Increase the quality and quantity of shukra ,semen in men and ovum in woman.
* Adopt right life style.
* Lead a stress free life
* Say “no” to spicy food,fast foods, over fried food,frozen food.
* Take Ayurveda medicines to correct the infertility issues like PCOS, anovulation,tubal block,etc. with wide range of kashayam, arishtam,gulika,ghritham.
* Do yoga and meditation.
* Cleanse the body with Ayurveda panchakarma .
* BASTI : Is a main treatment modality to treat infertility.
* SHIRODHARA: It regulates the hormonal imbalances which is a main cause for infertrility.