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Infertility: “Amulya Health can help”

Infertility: “Amulya Health can help”

According to The World Health Organization (WHO), infertility is a disease of the reproductive system and it is defined as the failure of a female to achieve a clinical pregnancy after a year or more of regular unprotected sexual union.
There could be various reasons that contribute in the inability of either of the partners to be a part in the process of conception. Although, modern medicine follows a very linear approach when it comes to treating infertility, and generally overlooks various underlying factors, and tends to focus on treating the condition rather than eliminating the causes.

On the other hand, Ayurveda takes a holistic view of the body and tends to remove the problem along with the root cause.

1. Male Infertility

1. Male Infertility

According to a data, 5-10 percent of couples are infertile, and trying hard to get pregnant with frequent, unprotected intercourse for a long time with no success.

The fact is in about half the cases, male infertility is a factor.

Nowadays causes of male infertility include a lot of factors like abnormal sperm production or impaired delivery of sperm, general health and lifestyle issues such like,  excessive smoking,  alcohol intake, degrading environment, high  air and water pollution levels, excessive change in food habits, and  long time sitting job/ work, stress etc. and  exposure to certain environmental  factors like exposure to  radiation are  some key factors that  affect male  fertility negatively.

Ayurveda realized the problem of male infertility thousands of years ago and developed treatments and therapies to cure it. We at Amulya Health recommend an appropriate use of these remedies, a proper lifestyle and nutritious diet for improving overall health and treating male infertility.

Ayurveda explains following causes for male infertility.

1) Bijaupa tapa (Congenital abnormalities)
Some defects in the gamete which leads to development and structural anomalies of reproductive system. Chromosomal disorders and various developmental disorders.

2) Sukradosha (Diseases of sperm): 
To know the causes for seminal morbidity, we need to understand the following factors like;
· Food factors:
Habitual and excessive use of dry, bitter, astringent, salty, acidic and hot food causes seminal morbidity. Foods which are at variance with place, time, power of digestion, quantity, habit, doshas and mode of preparation plays a crucial role and contribute generously.
“What we eat, how we eat, when we eat and where we eat “is how we define role of food in curing infertility.
· Behavioral factors:
Excessive sexual indulgence, untimely sexual union, sexual abuse, absolute sexual abstinence, bodily exertion in excess, suppression of natural urges and  sexual union with an unresponsive  woman, also  some behavioral habits which we do unconsciously  like  sleeping  very  late  at  night, such  lifestyle leads  to  disparity  of  Rakta  and  Pitta  Dosha, ultimately causing  Shukrakshaya  i.e. deficit in Shukra  Dhatu qualitatively and quantitatively.
Our behavioral habits contribute consciously and unconsciously. So be at calm and at ease with yourself.
· Psychological factors
Grief, anxiety, fear, anger, lack of mutual love and confidence are just few of the major psychological factors which contributes to infertility.
Klaibya (Loss of libido)
Causes   like  Psychic,  dietary,  exhaustion  of  sukra, old  age,
mental  worries,  debilitating  diseases  (like  T.B,  Diabetes
mellitus),  over  strain,  excessive  indulgence  in  sex  are
considered  as  contributory  factors  of  quantitative  and
qualitative diminution of sukra.

3) Klaibya (Loss of libido):
There are many causes, major causes are like Psychological, dietary intakes, old age, mental worries, debilitating diseases (like T.B, Diabetes mellitus), over strain, excessive indulgence in sex.

2. Female Infertility

2. Female Infertility

The inability of a woman to get pregnant even after a period of a year or having recurring miscarriages is often described as female infertility.
Female infertility can often result from hormonal imbalance, physical problems, environmental factors or can be caused by lifestyle factors.
Female infertility is generally caused by structural problems like locked fallopian tube, defect in cervical canal, or uterine fibroids.
According to Ayurveda female and male reproductive health is dependent on the Shukra Dhatu (reproductive tissues). In women the shukra dhatu is responsible for the production of ovum. Shukra Dhatu can get affected by various physical, mental or other serious disease.

The causes could be poor digestion, lack of a balanced diet or toxins in the body which obstruct the reproductive channels.

According to Ayurveda the female reproductive system is controlled by three different doshas namely- Sadhaka Pitta, Prana Vata, and Apana Vata. Ayurveda believes in inner healing without the interference of any external source. It believes in removing doshas by providing the body with proper nutrition and support.
Types of Female Infertility
Female Infertility can be broadly divided into three categories:
1) Completely Sterility

Also known as Vandhya, this condition is generally termed as incurable or complete sterility. It is a condition in which a woman has completely lost her Artava (Menstruation) and is unable to ovulate.

Under development of female reproductive organ can also be a reason for Sterility.

2) Primary Infertility 

This condition is treatable and is generally referred to woman who are unable to conceive a child. Unable to carry a child for the full duration of pregnancy leading to miscarriage can also be described as primary infertility or Apraja.

This type of infertility is generally caused by unhealthy diet or lifestyle. Leading a stressful life can also lead to infertility. Imbalance of Vata leads to dryness in the Cervix and the fallopian tube that doesn’t allow the sperm to reach the vaginal area.
3) Secondary Infertility

Secondary Infertility is often defined as a condition where a woman who has conceived before is unable to get pregnant again due to complications during the previous pregnancy. This condition is curable depending on the complication faced.
A disturbed menstrual cycle can lead to imbalanced Ojas (sexual energy), Doshas and Dhatus disturbing the overall sexual and reproductive health. Consuming nutritious diet, leading a stress-free life and proper exercise can go long way in improving your overall health and help in overcoming infertility.

We at Amulya, help you to restore your self-esteem, confidence to lead this life to the fullest and achieve ultimate happiness.

We have been a pioneer when it comes to treating Infertility using advanced Ayurveda therapies. These treatments for infertility are based on body constitution of the sufferer and are effective in providing remedy for causative factors of infertility. Our ayurvedic treatments results in enhanced capability of ovulation, better fertilization, successfully preventing abortions, quality sperm production and better sperm mobility.

Our treatments focus on self-healing capabilities of the body and in due time rectify the root cause of the symptoms.  Our long list of satisfied clients speaks volume of our effort and expertise.

At Amulya we have got a very good success rate in treating different conditions of Infertility.

Note:  As we all are genetically different with different constitutions and patterns, we respond to treatments in many different ways. Hence Standard Ayurvedic Treatments are always individually formulated. This article is intended only for information. It is not a substitute to the standard medical diagnosis, personalized Ayurvedic treatment or qualified Ayurvedic physician. For specific treatment, always consult with a qualified Ayurvedic physician.