Infertility

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infertility-overview

What is Infertility?

Inability of a woman to conceive or a man to induce conception after one year of regular sexual intercourse without any contraceptive measures or retaining the foetus till the birth is termed as Infertility.
The problem may be with the male or female partner, or both. Although many times only female is held responsible, it is important to know that both man and woman are equally responsible for the conception, as conception occurs only after the union of healthy male sperm and equally efficient female ovum.

Issues related to Female Infertility

01

Irregular menses

Irregular menstruation indicates occurrence of menstrual bleeding either at frequent intervals like 15- 20 days or delayed menstruation after more than 45 days, sometimes this can also get delayed for months together.

02

PCOD

Polycystic Ovarian Disease is one of the major factors concerning female infertility. PCOS is a condition where hormonal imbalance affects follicular growth during the ovarian cycle, causing the affected follicles to remain in the ovary. The retained follicle forms into a cyst. With each ovarian cycle, a new cyst is formed leading to multiple ovarian cysts.

03

Tubal blocks

Any structural blockage in the fallopian tubes cause hindrance for the motility of the ovum from ovary to the uterine cavity. The block may be due to repeated infection, adhesions or a growth. These blockages can be cleared with internal medicines along with panchakarma therapies.

04

Repeated abortions

Repeated abortions is termed when the miscarriage takes place before 20 weeks for 3 consecutive times. Abnormality in functioning of Apan vayu , weakness of uterine muscles, TORCH infections can be few reasons. Correction of these factors improves uterine health and strength & thus helps continuation of pregnancy for 9 mths.

05

Generalized weakness

Generalised weakness due to any other major illness, physical or mental stress, can hamper implantation of ovum, in the uterine cavity. If concieved is unable to continue pregnancy due to lack of nutrition,and strength, thus leading to miscarriage.

06

Obstructive pathology

Any structural or pathological obstruction like septate uterus, large fibroids, cysts leaves insufficient cavity for fetal growth and later termination of pregnancy. Any obstructive conditions should be treated, and treatment for conception should be taken simultaneously.

07

Alcohol consumption & smoking

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08

Any obstructive pathology like fibroid, polyp, cyst.

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Issues related to Male Infertility

01

Low sperm count

A low sperm count, also called oligozoospermia,or azoospermia, is where a man has fewer than 15 million sperms per millilitre of semen. Having a low sperm count can make it difficult to conceive naturally. Successful pregnancies can occur with proper medication.

02

Sperm abnormality

There can occur structural abnormality in sperms like large, small, tapered, double head or tail defects. These structural defects represent Vata disorder and affects the ability of the sperm to reach and penetrate the ovum.

03

Generalized weakness

Generalised weakness due to any other major illness, physical or mental stress, can lead to inability to perform intercourse or sperm ejaculation. This can also hamper sperm formation thus causing infertility.

04

Any obstructive pathology

Obstruction in any part or path of male reproductive system like seminal ducts due to repeated infections, swelling or any trauma can cause blockage in sperm transport leading to male infertility.

05

Alcohol consumption & smoking

Generalised weakness due to any other major illness, physical or mental stress, can lead to inability to perform intercourse or sperm ejaculation. This can also hamper sperm formation thus causing infertility.

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