Infertility Problems : Each problem has its solution within
About one in seven couples has difficulty in having children. Fertility problems can affect both men and women. Depending on the nature of the problem, different medical techniques can be used to assist in procreation. Infertility problems can according to Ayurveda occur when nutrients do not reach the tissues of the reproductive system; this may be due to poor diet, poor digestion or the presence of toxins in the body. Infertility can also arise when the reproductive system is on, damaged by infection or trauma.
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Female Fertility and Ayurveda
Trying to get pregnant can be very stressful, especially during the period when we expect its rules. You have to understand that trying to make a baby is work every day to optimize your lifestyle. We know that this is easier said than done, but it is essential to relax and let nature do its work … Remember that when you are tense vessels and channels are tightened; when this happens the fallopian tubes are not fed correctly in new blood, as well as the uterus. So relax!
Ayurvedic treatments can vary from person to another because the causes and how they are manifested vary. Usually, first we begin by detoxifying the person to achieve a balance between the elements specifically body before treating the causes of infertility. A food recipe and a healthy lifestyle are recommended if you want to get the desired effects. All the major causes of female infertility such ovulation disorders, problems with fallopian tubes, endometriosis, fibroids, pelvic infections, DOC, etc., are managed effectively by the Ayurvedic techniques. The advantage is that most drugs are based on natural products, herbs, to avoid the risk of side effects from these drugs.
Major Cause of Infertility in women:
- Obstacle in the fallopian tubes
- Tubal Ligation
- Ovulation problems
- Disorders of sex
- Obstacle at the level of the Cervical
- unexplained infertility
- Obstacle in the fallopian tubes associated with absence of sperm or an inherited disease in humans
- Absences egg, even after stimulation hereditary disease in women
- oocytes lack associated with absence of sperm
- hereditary diseases in men and in women
- Psychological Inability of the woman to bear a child
Male Fertility and Ayurveda at Arogyadham
Long, the difficulties to achieve pregnancy spontaneously were awarded to women, even by doctors. Today things have changed, and we know that in half the cases, it is the man that is in question. But when can we talk of male infertility?
Male infertility can be caused by several types of sperm abnormalities (too little sperm, low mobility, irregular shape), erection problems and obstructions (including prostate problems).
The common causes of male infertility
- Low sperm count
- Briefs / boxers
- Processed foods
- Low motility
- Sperm morphology
According to male fertility specialist at Arogyadham, Vaidyaratnam Dr. Rakesh Agarwal “Natural remedies boost the production of sperm in a spontaneous way without affecting other metabolic functions, with a 100% natural composition based on herbs and medicinal plants.”
The natural treatment is the best guarantee to regain self-confidence and his performance in bed.
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