Structural problem has solved by surgery bt we should know about harmonal level because one time she has conceived since 2015,bt fetus is not healthy,so we should investigate Thyroid function,FSH,LH,and Blood suger,RPR,for wife, after that treat her.We should treat husband of oligospermia & treat for increase sperm count.Till start treatment for wife_1.Folvit5mg 1tab daily,2.Metformine(500)_1tab daily,3.Fertyl(100)_5tab start after cycle day5 to day 10 ,Lohasaw +Ashoka rista,For hudband_Chand prava bati,Semento cap.and B.suger&C/S of urine must be done .
Uterus is bicornuate so it's quite difficult to conceive .. plz refer the patient to higher centre like AIIMS to treat bicornuation .....then u can give uttarbasti and all other alternatives
प्रथम पुरुष की चिकित्सा संबंधी योग। कपालभाती प्राणायाम कराएं सतावरी 50 ग्राम, सफेद मूसली 50 ग्राम, काली मूसली 50 ग्राम, कोंच बीज 50 ग्राम,शोठ 50 ग्राम लेकर पाउडर बनाकर 10 ग्राम रात को सोते समय दूध के साथ दे स्त्रि के लिए,, सतावरी का पाउडर बनाकर 5 ग्राम सुबह-शाम खाने से पहले दूध में मिलाकर सेवन कराएं पुत्र जीवक जीया पोता का पाउडर बनाकर 5 ग्राम सुबह-शाम खाने के बाद दें यह क्रिया निवृत्ति के बाद 5 दिन तक करें हर महीने जब तक गर्भ धारण न हो जाए कष्टार्तव के लिए,, अशोकारिष्ट दशमूलारिष्ट आपस में मिलाकर सुबह-शाम सेवन कराएं निश्चित रूप से लाभ होगा योग परिक्षित है पिछले 40 वर्ष से प्रयोग कर रहा हूं
For female....Thuja 1m single dose. After three days .sepia 30 weekly dose. Damiana m.t 5drops BD. Male . Lycopodium 1m. Single dose. After three days. Damiana m.t 5drops BD. Avoid onion.
Allergic rinnitis... With awarsion to onion.... Think of alium cepa.... Give in 200dose weekly....
yes uttar basti is very effective in such cases along with ayurvedic bhasm , ras chikitsa
In Ayurveda Shatavari ghurta Gokshradi gugulu
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Medo 200 (1) dose
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HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY AGNUS CASTUS Agnus Castus is a powerful homeopathic remedy to solve lower mental depression, weakness of penis, low sexual vitality and premature ejaculation. From the ancient time this remedy uses to solve both male and female problems. Especially it was used by the Roman woman. For several effective quality Agnus castus uses to solve some male diseases and it is popularly known as a seminal remedy. Core Symptoms of Agnus castus Main Symptoms 1,Head Symptoms of erotic melancholy, nervous about demise are very common.We also see despair together with effect regarding fast demise,absentminded, forgetful, insufficient daring. Optical illusion associated with smell-herrings, musk. Anxious depressive disorders in addition to mental forebodings 2,Face Pupils dilated and itching about eye 3,Nostril conditions Give an impression of sardines or musk, painful around dorsum better stress are the symptoms forNostril conditions. 4,Stomach ailments Symptoms of Agnus castus for stomach are - A sick stomach, spleen puffy, uncomfortable, stools soft, diminish, hard, deeply fissures in anal sphincter. 5,Men ailments Impotence, sections frosty, relaxed male organ, sexual weakness, Diminished prostatic fluid about pressuring, Testicles, cold, enlarged, tricky, and painful organ are the symptoms for Men ailments 6,Female problems Scanty menses, Abhorrence involving intercourse, Pleasure with reproductive organs, along with leucorrhoea, having dismay, Sterility, Leucorrhoea discoloration yellowish; obvious, Hysterical palpitations by using nose lose blood are core symptoms of Agnus castus for Female problems. Uses of Agnus castus Agnus castus is a God blessing for the newly married person. It removes the initial tension, nervousness and anxiety about sex. The people who are unable to perform a sexual intercourse Agnus castus helps them to restore their lost vitality. This homeopathic remedy is also used for troubles of the women’s reproductive process. It acts directly around the pituitary gland of the body and it normally helps to balance in the women’s hormone cycle. Some ailments including depression, fibroids, amenorrhea at the same time as irregular bleeding, spotting, weighty and regular bleeding, cystic hyperplasia with the womb lining, , any swelling of the physique around women’s period time and , breast pains must be removed using Agnus castus. This remedy was popularly used from the ancient time. Other illnesses which can react to this Agnus castus consist of mouth ulcers, acne and infertility. Victims of hormonal acne must get nice result when taking homeopathic mother tincture of this remedy in excess of a period of months. We also use Agnus castus for the following problems: 1. Ulcers 2. Worms 3. Acne 4. Colic 5. Diarrhea 3. Female infertility 7. Fever 8. Headache 9. Amenorrhea 10. Catarrh 11. Cholera 12. Dysmenorrhea 13. Indigestion 14. Ear disorders 15. Endometriosis 16. Heart Disease 17. Hemicrania 18. Rheumatism 19. Skin diseases 20. Malaria 21. Menopause 22. Nausea 23. Hemorrhoids 24. Liver disorders According to the suitable symptoms we use Agnus castus in various problems. Most of them I have mentioned above. But it is popularly used for making the sexual organ strong and to restore the lost vitality. It’s mother tincture and 200 potency is most powerful to solve any sexual weakness of married persons.Dr. Md Shahbaz Ali2 Likes9 Answers
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Friends today I am discussing about a serious problem known as Male infertility. Male InfertilityCauses Causes Not all cases of male infertility or azoospermia (no sperm in the ejaculate) are the same or should be treated in the same way. AZOOSPERMIA CAN BE DIVIDED INTO TWO BROAD CATEGORIES: Obstructive Azoospermia (OA):: OA means that sperm are being produced normally inside the testicle, but there is a blockage or obstruction in the reproductive tubing that is preventing the sperm from flowing to the outside world. Non-Obstructive Azoospermia (NOA): NOA means that the tubes are open, but there is a sperm production problem where either no sperm are produced at all or there is a very low level of sperm production. This level is often so low that the sperm never make it all the way out of the testicle and can only be found inside the testicle during surgery. Causes of Obstructive Azoospermia CAUSES OF OBSTRUCTIVE AZOOSPERMIA CAN BE GENETIC, CONGENITAL, OR ACQUIRED. Vasectomy: The most common cause of obstructive azoospermia, this surgical procedure interrupts the sperm ducts to stop the flow of sperm. Watch this video to learn more about vasectomy and vasectomy reversal. Infection: Obstructive azoospermia can also be caused by infections of the testicles, prostate, or reproductive tract such as epididymitis/orchitis, prostatitis, and venereal diseases such as Chlamydia. These can cause a blockage in the small tubules of the epididymis or the ejaculatory duct. Congenital Conditions: Some men are born missing a portion of the vas deferens that is essentially a genetic situation similar to a vasectomy. Other men are born with a cyst in the prostate that blocks the ejaculatory ducts. Surgical Complications: Surgical procedures performed on the urogenital organs or hernia repair can result in scarring that leads to a blockage. This is more common in pediatric patients because the reproductive tract is so small in children. Causes of Non-Obstructive Azoospermia Non-Obstructive azoospermia can be caused by abnormalities within the testicle or with reproductive hormones that control sperm production. The causes can be genetic, congenital or acquired. Some causes can be treated effectively and others can be bypassed to allow a man to father a child with IVF. Some men have a problem with the production of hypothalamic or pituitary hormones and this is treated by replacing the missing hormones in order to encourage sperm production. Genetic Causes: These include chromosomal abnormalities where the number of chromosomes is not as it should be (called aneuploidy) or parts of the chromosome arms break off and switch locations (called translocations). The most common chromosomal problem causing azoospermia in men is a situation where there is an extra X chromosome. This is called Klinefelter Syndrome. Another genetic cause of azoospermia is a deletion of some of the genes on the Y-chromosome. The Y-chromosome is responsible for giving men their “male” characteristics. When one or more of the genes on this chromosome that is responsible for sperm production are deleted, it can result in azoospermia. Genetic causes of azoospermia are not reversible but most men with genetic issues still produce small amounts of sperm within the testicles that can be used to father normal children. Varicocele: This reversible cause of NOA is characterized by varicose veins around the testicle. This condition is the most common cause of male infertility and is easily fixable. Most varicoceles only cause a minor lowering of sperm count but in some cases the varicocele results in azoospermia. You can learn more about varicocele and varicocele repair here. Hypospermatogenesis: This means that there is sperm production within the testicle but just at lower amounts than normal, and what would be required to see sperm on a routine semen analysis. This is the most common finding on biopsy. Maturation Arrest: In this situation there is a problem in the development of sperm during the maturation phase that causes the testicle to fill with only precursor sperm. This arrest in development can occur at an early or late stage of the sperm maturation process. There is close to a 50% chance of finding some mature usable sperm in this situation. Causes of Male Infertility & Azoospermia Sertoli-Cell Only Syndrome (SCO) or Germ Cell Aplasia (GCA): This is typically a worst-case-scenario cause of NOA. With SCO or GCA, the germ cells that divide and become sperm are missing from the testicle. But even in this situation 15-20% of men with SCO will have some low level of sperm production somewhere within the testicle. One of the most important things we have learned about the testicle in the last 20 years is that sperm production in the abnormal situation is not homogeneous, meaning it is not the same or constant in all areas of the testicle. So, while one area might have scarred tubules with SCO pattern, another area might have some germ cells and some mature sperm. This phenomenon has led to the development of microsurgical sperm extraction techniques that enable the reproductive surgeon to examine the inside of the testicles, specifically the seminiferous tubules, using a microscope. This means there is a greater chance of finding an area that has sperm, and a better chance of becoming a biological father. Testicular Cancer: Sometimes the first sign of testicular cancer or other tumors of the reproductive system is azoospermia or a very low sperm count. This is one of the most important reasons why a male reproductive specialist must examine someone with an abnormal sperm count. By detecting the tumor early, it could save a patient’s life. Medical Treatments: Chemotherapy and radiation therapy used to treat cancer are two types of medical treatment that can cause temporary azoospermia. Most men who undergo these treatments will have sperm production resume within two years following therapy, depending on the type of treatment received. Prescription Drugs: Among the biggest drug-related causes of NOA are testosterone and other anabolic steroids. These can cause sterilization and are a very common and usually reversible cause of azoospermia. Overwhelming Oxidative Stress causes sperm damage There are numerous causes of male infertility but no matter what the etiology, the final common pathway to sperm damage (DNA fragmentation) is through free radical peroxidation leading to overwhelming amounts of oxidative stress on the sperm. Ironically, oxidative stress is necessary for normal sperm function and sperm actually produce free radicals, but when more stress is generated than the system can compensate for, the body is unable to neutralize the toxins which ultimately injure the sperm cell membrane and the sperm DNA. This leads to functional impairment of the sperm cell and, ultimately, infertility. Best Homeopathic Medicines for Oligospermia Many homeopathic remedies have been known to cure Low sperm Count. Some of these are; Agnus Castus: Sexual melancholy. Fear of death. Sadness with impression of speedy death. Absentminded, forgetful, lack of courage. Illusion of smell-herrings, musk. Nervous depression and mental forebodings. Yellow discharge from urethra. No erections. Impotence. Parts cold, relaxed. Desire gone (Selen; Con; Sabal). Scanty emission without ejaculation. Loss of prostatic fluid on straining. Gleety discharge. Testicles, cold, swollen, hard, and painful. Anacardium Orientalis: Fixed ideas. Hallucinations; thinks he is possessed of two persons or wills. Anxiety when walking, as if pursued. Profound melancholy and hypochondriasis, with tendency to use violent language. Brain-fag. Impaired memory. Absent mindedness. Very easily offended. Malicious; seems bent on wickedness. Lack of confidence in himself or others. Suspicious (Hyos). Clairaudient, hears voices far away or of the dead. Senile dementia. Absence of all moral restraint. Voluptuous itching; increased desire; seminal emissions without dreams. Prostatic discharge during stool. Argentum Nitricum: The patient is intellectual strong, patient complaint of memory loss, along with disturbed sense of reasoning. Patient is involved in foolish task, with strange conclusions. Patient experience strange illusions and hallucinations. His mind is full of useless and troublesome thoughts specially at night time, which makes him very anxious. Due to anxiety patients keeps on walking.Melancholia.Weak of memory, It seems time passes very slowly. Dulness of head, mental confusion ; dizziness ; tendency to fall sideways. Caladium: Patient is unable to remember things, he is very forgetful with vague mind. Due to absentmindedness, he keep on searching different things. Concentration is very less due to which he is unable to put his ideas into speech. He has high desire for sex with relaxation of his organ. A state of total impotency. During intimacy there is urethral discharge. at times impotency is due to mental suppression. Severe itching on testcles. Conium Mac: Mental state is full of hysteria with the nervousness. Patient complaint of weakness of muscles with trembling. Patient has very high desire for sex, but due to impotency he is not able to perform. Patient complaints of semen loss during sleep with or without dreams. Ejaculation is very painful- as if cutting with a knife due to acrid semen. Swelling and hardness Lycopodium: There is great desire to be alone. Despondent. Mentally and physically patient is very tired with complaint of chronic fatigue, with great aversion to his work. He is very forgetful, with dread of public appearance. Great Sensitivity, patient cries even when thanked. It is one of the most used medicines for impotency. Genital organ are feeble due to low vitality. Patient marries to live a normal life, but after marriage he finds he is sexually impotent without erections or very weak and short erections as if he is not a man. There is history of gonorrhoeal discharge with warts on male genitals. Patient is not trustworthy; he is very suspicious and find fault in every task. Patient is very timid with low self-confidence.Dr. Rajesh Gupta5 Likes7 Answers
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Friends yesterday I have discussed about the female infertilty on the demand of patients today I am discussing about Male infertility. Male infertility Reproduction (or making a baby) is a simple and natural experience for most couples. However, for some couples it is very difficult to conceive. A man’s fertility generally relies on the quantity and quality of his sperm. If the number of sperm a man ejaculates is low or if the sperm are of a poor quality, it will be difficult, and sometimes impossible, for him to cause a pregnancy. Male infertility is diagnosed when, after testing both partners, reproductive problems have been found in the male. How common is male infertility? Infertility is a widespread problem. For about one in five infertile couples the problem lies solely in the male partner. It is estimated that one in 20 men has some kind of fertility problem with low numbers of sperm in his ejaculate. However, only about one in every 100 men has no sperm in his ejaculate. What are the symptoms of male infertility? In most cases, there are no obvious signs of infertility. Intercourse, erections and ejaculation will usually happen without difficulty. The quantity and appearance of the ejaculated semen generally appears normal to the naked eye. Medical tests are needed to find out if a man is infertile. Causes of male infertility Male infertility is usually caused by problems that affect either sperm production or sperm transport. Through medical testing, the doctor may be able to find the cause of the problem. About two-thirds of infertile men have a problem with making sperm in the testes. Either low numbers of sperm are made and/or the sperm that are made do not work properly. Sperm transport problems are found in about one in every five infertile men, including men who have had a vasectomy but now wish to have more children. Blockages (often referred to as obstructions) in the tubes leading sperm away from the testes to the penis can cause a complete lack of sperm in the ejaculated semen. Other less common causes of infertility include: sexual problems that affect whether semen is able to enter the woman’s vagina for fertilisation to take place (one in 100 infertile couples); low levels of hormones made in the pituitary gland that act on the testes (one in 100 infertile men); and sperm antibodies (found in one in 16 infertile men). In most men sperm antibodies will not affect the chance of a pregnancy but in some men sperm antibodies reduce fertility. Known causes of male infertility Sperm production problems • Chromosomal or genetic causes • Undescended testes (failure of the testes to descend at birth) • Infections • Torsion (twisting of the testis in scrotum) • Varicocele (varicose veins of the testes) • Medicines and chemicals • Radiation damage • Unknown cause Blockage of sperm transport • Infections • Prostate-related problems • Absence of vas deferens • Vasectomy Sexual problems (erection and ejaculation problems) • Retrograde and premature ejaculation • Failure of ejaculation • Erectile dysfunction • Infrequent intercourse • Spinal cord injury • Prostate surgery • Damage to nerves • Some medicines Hormonal problems • Pituitary tumours • Congenital lack of LH/FSH (pituitary problem from birth) • Anabolic (androgenic) steroid abuse Sperm antibodies • Vasectomy • Injury or infection in the epididymis • Unknown cause The male reproductive system The male reproductive system is made up of the testes, a system of ducts (tubes) and other glands that open into the ducts. The brain plays an important part in the control of the male reproductive system. The pituitary gland and the hypothalamus, located at the base of the brain, control the production of male hormones and sperm. Luteinising hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) are the two important messenger hormones made by the pituitary gland that act on the testes. The brain connection Two messenger hormones act on the testes The testes (testis: singular) are a pair of egg-shaped glands that sit in the scrotum next to the base of the penis on the outside of the body. The testes make sperm and the male sex hormone testosterone. It takes about 70 days for sperm to become mature and able to fertilise an egg. When released from the testes, the sperm spend two to 10 days passing through the epididymis where they gain the vital ability to swim strongly (become ‘motile’), and to attach to and penetrate (get into) the egg. At orgasm, waves of muscle contractions transport the sperm, with a small amount of fluid, from the testes through to the vas deferens. The seminal vesicles and prostate contribute extra fluid to protect the sperm. This mixture of sperm and fluid (the semen) travels along the urethra to the tip of the penis where it is ejaculated (released). Homeopathic Medicines for Infertility in Men The top homeopathic medicines used for treating infertility in men are as follows: Homeopathic medicines for infertility in men with erectile dysfunction Agnus Castus is used when a man’s sexual desire and physical ability are reduced. The genitals stay relaxed, cold and flaccid. Caladium is used when infertility or impotency results because of mental depression. The genitals stay relaxed and weak erections are likely. Selenium is used for erectile dysfunction featured by slow and weak erections. Involuntary semen discharge may also be indicated as a symptom. Homeopathic medicines for infertility in men with low sperm count The homeopathic medicine X-Ray is very effective in treating low sperm count in men. Sperm count gets increased, enhancing both the quantity and quality of sperm. Homeopathic medicines for infertility in men with orchitis Conium is used for treating infertility in men, which occurs due to orchitis. The testicles get swollen, enlarged and hardened. Conium also helps patients with a history of suppressed sexual desire. Homeopathic Medicines For Infertility In Women The top homeopathic medicines for treating infertility in women are as follows: Homeopathic medicines for infertility because of acid vaginal charges Borax and Natrum Phos are effective homeopathic medicines used for treating infertility in women, which occurs because of acid vaginal charges. These medicines are prescribed when the vaginal discharges are destructive, acrid and sperm killing in nature. Borax is used when the discharge is like egg white, copious and warm. Natrum Phos is used in the case of acrid, creamy and honey coloured discharge. Homeopathic medicines for infertility because of prolonged and profuse periods Calcarea Carb and Aletris Farionosa are ideal homeopathic medicines which are used in case of prolonged and profuse menstrual periods, and in the case of periods appearing before the usual time. Experiencing early menses is likely. The patient may experience anemia, leucorrhea, fatigue, tiredness and weakness along with menorrhagia. Homeopathic treatment does not utilize the use of any kind of chemicals, and hence there are no side effects on the body. You should consult a homeopathic practitioner before starting to take homeopathic medicines for infertility.Dr. Rajesh Gupta7 Likes7 Answers
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IMPORTANT NOTES FOR MALE INFERTILITY ------------------------------------------------------------------- Male infertility is increasing continue in India....therefore we have to know about normal functions of male reproductive system and causes of infertility in male and how to treat infertility in male. Functions of the male reproductive system are mediated by the hypothalamic-pituitory-gonadal axis. Hypothalamus is the primary integration centre, which responds to various signals from the central nervous system, pituitary gland and testes to secrete gonadotropin releasing hormone in a pulsatile pattern. Release of GnRH is stimulated by melatonin from the pineal gland and inhibited by testosterone, inhibin, corticotropin releasing hormone, opiates, illness and stress. GnRH travels down the portal system to the anterior pituitary to stimulate the release of the Gn -FSH and LH- into systemic circulation. The human semen contains the sperm and the seminal fluid or plasma. The seminal plasma nourishes and protects the spermatozoa during their journey through the female reproductive organs. CAUSES.... Varicocele Obstruction Ejaculatory dysfunction Infection Hormonal deficiency Medication Due to this reason patient is suffering from Asthenospermia Oligospermia Teratospermia Treatment as... Tab. PPI 1 tab twice a day Tab. Levomac 500mg 1 tab. once daily cap. Evion 400mg 1 cap. once daily Tab. Carnimed plus 1 tab. twice a day × three months Cap. Ferti flax 1 cap. once daily × three months Clomiphene 25mg once daily may be use.Dr. Maqusud Ansari2 Likes3 Answers
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Friends today I am discussing about Female Infertility . Female Infertility is a condition that affects approximately 1 out of every 6 couples. An infertility diagnosis is given to a couple that has been unsuccessful in efforts to conceive over the course of one full year. When the cause of infertility exists within the female partner, it is referred to as female infertility. Female infertility factors contribute to approximately 50% of all infertility cases, and female infertility alone accounts for approximately one-third of all infertility cases. Causes of female infertility The most common causes of female infertility include problems with ovulation, damage to fallopian tubes or uterus, or problems with the cervix. Age can contribute to infertility because as a woman ages, her fertility naturally tends to decrease. Ovulation problems may be caused by one or more of the following: A hormone imbalance A tumor or cyst Eating disorders such as anorexia or bulimia Alcohol or drug use Thyroid gland problems Excess weight Stress Intense exercise that causes a significant loss of body fat Extremely brief menstrual cycles Damage to the fallopian tubes or uterus can be caused by one or more of the following: Pelvic inflammatory disease A previous infection Polyps in the uterus Endometriosis or fibroids Scar tissue or adhesions Chronic medical illness A previous ectopic (tubal) pregnancy A birth defect DES syndrome (The medication DES, given to women to prevent miscarriage or premature birth can result in fertility problems for their children.) Abnormal cervical mucus can also cause infertility. Abnormal cervical mucus can prevent the sperm from reaching the egg or make it more difficult for the sperm to penetrate the egg. How is female infertility diagnosed Potential female infertility is assessed as part of a thorough physical exam. The exam will include a medical history regarding potential factors that could contribute to infertility. Healthcare providers may use one or more of the following tests/exams to evaluate fertility: A urine or blood test to check for infections or a hormone problem, including thyroid function Pelvic exam and breast exam A sample of cervical mucus and tissue to determine if ovulation is occurring Laparoscope inserted into the abdomen to view the condition of organs and to look for blockage, adhesions or scar tissue. HSG, which is an x-ray used in conjunction with a colored liquid inserted into the fallopian tubes making it easier for the technician to check for blockage. Hysteroscopy uses a tiny telescope with a fiber light to look for uterine abnormalities. Ultrasound to look at the uterus and ovaries. May be done vaginally or abdominally. Sonohystogram combines an ultrasound and saline injected into the uterus to look for abnormalities or problems. Tracking your ovulation through fertility awareness will also help your healthcare provider assess your fertility status. Female infertility treatment Female infertility is most often treated by one or more of the following methods: Taking hormones to address a hormone imbalance, endometriosis, or a short menstrual cycle Taking medications to stimulate ovulation Using supplements to enhance fertility – shop supplements Taking antibiotics to remove an infection Having minor surgery to remove blockage or scar tissues from the fallopian tubes, uterus, or pelvic area. There is usually nothing that can be done to prevent female infertility caused by genetic problems or illness. However, there are several things that women can do to decrease the possibility of infertility: Take steps to prevent sexually transmitted diseases Avoid illicit drugs Avoid heavy or frequent alcohol use Adopt good personal hygiene and health practices Have annual check-ups with your GYN once you are sexually active When should I contact my healthcare provider? It is important to contact your healthcare provider if you experience any of the following symptoms: Abnormal bleeding Abdominal pain Fever Unusual discharge Pain or discomfort during intercourse Soreness or itching in the vaginal area Some couples want to explore more traditional or over the counter efforts before exploring infertility procedures. If you are trying to get pregnant and looking for resources to support your efforts, we invite you to check out the fertility product and resource guide provided by our corporate sponsor. Review resource guide here. Homeopathic Treatment for Infertile Women: Homeopathic treatment for infertility of women is safe for the patient as the medicines are non-toxic and naturally extracted. These medicines can be used for a longer period of time. A homeopath practitioner will take a lot of things into account while treating the patient- like her mental and physical constitution. He or she will try to investigate the underlying causes that are leading to the infertility. Here are some common medicines, used for the treatment of infertile women: Medicines for Patients having Acidic Vagina: In some females, the vaginal fluids are extremely acidic in nature. Thus, the sperm fails to stay alive under such conditions and travel further up the reproductive tract for fertilisation with ovum. Therefore, the woman fails to conceive. In such cases, borax and Natrum Phos are prescribed for the patient. While Borax is given to females with vaginal discharge similar to the white portion of an egg, Natrum Phos is for women with creamy and honey-coloured discharge. Medicine to Cure Prolonged Periods or Menorrhagia: When a female suffers from prolonged periods, she might turn infertile. Besides, the patient may also suffer from Leucorrhea, anaemia and fatigue. To cure infertility in such cases, two medicines are used- Calcerea Carb and Aletris Farinosa. Women with extremely longer periods are given Calcerea Carb. Women with early menses can take Aletris Farinosa. Medicines for Women Experiencing Shorter Periods: Infertility is also caused when the monthly period cycle of the patient is irregular. She may be facing extremely shorter and scanty periods. Under such circumstances, Pulsatilla and Sepia are prescribed for the patient. Sepia is for women who feel a bearing down sensation in the uterus. Pulsatilla is given to women who are facing scanty periods ever since their menarche. Medicine for Women with Reduced Sexual Drive: Some women complain of having decreased sexual desire or arousal. Agnus Castus and Sepia are given to such women. Sepia is for female patients who have excessively dry vagina and face pain during intercourse. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a homeopathDr. Rajesh Gupta13 Likes23 Answers