Female infertility: Women need functioning ovaries, fallopian tubes and a uterus to get pregnant. Conditions affecting any of these organs contribute to female infertility.
The most common cause of female infertility includes problems with ovulation, damage of fallopian tubes or uterus, or problems with the cervix.
Increasing age is also an important factor. As the age advances, fertility naturally tends to decrease.
Ovulation problems may be caused by the following factors as described below: A hormonal imbalance, A tumor or cyst, Thyroid disorders, Excessive weight or obesity, Stress, Alcoholism or abuse of any drugs, Smoking, Anorexia or bulimia , Radiation or chemotherapy, Poor diet and hygiene
Damage to the fallopian tubes or uterus can be caused by the following factors as described below: Pelvic inflammatory disease, Scar tissues or adhesions, Chronic medical illness, Endometriosis, Fibroids, Polyps in uterus, Infections.
Abnormal cervical mucus can also cause infertility. As such abnormal cervical mucus prevents the sperm from reaching the egg or make it more difficult for the sperm to penetrate the ovum.
The main symptom of infertility is the inability to get pregnant.
Sepia, borax, natrum phos, calc carb, pulsatilla, natrum mur, lycopodium, phosphorus, ignatia are well indicated homoeopathic remedies for the treatment of infertility.But an appropriate homoeopathic remedy should be administered to the patient after a thorough case taking, on the basis of characteristic individualistic symptoms and constitution.
For any married women to have infertility is a bigger issue. Mentally, emotionally, psychologically and of course socially it can traumatize a woman. Homeopathy has a bigger scope for the patients having infertility. If woman is suffering from infertility due to any functional cause or disturbances of ovulation then homeopathic treatment is the best treatment possible. If infertility is due to some underlying pathological cause, homeopathic treatment also targets the underlying cause.Diet