Female Infertility Treatment

Infertility is a condition that affects approximately one in every six couples. A couple is diagnosed as infertile when their efforts to conceive are unsuccessful over the course of one full year. When the cause of the infertility is with the female partner, it is called female infertility.

The most common causes of female infertility include:

  • Ovulation problems
  • Fallopian tube or uterus damage
  • Cervix problems
  • Age

Symptoms

  • Abnormal bleeding
  • Abdominal pain
  • Fever
  • Unusual discharge
  • Pain during sex
  • Vaginal soreness or itching

 

Conventional treatment for female infertility includes:

  • Hormone therapy
  • Medications to stimulate ovulation
  • Supplements to enhance fertility
  • Antibiotics to remove infection
  • Minor surgery to remove any blockages from fallopian tubes, uterus or pelvic area

Homeopathy rectifies female infertility by going to the root of the problem. It works by restoring the hormonal imbalance, improving the ovulation cycles, reduce stress and help in dealing with anxiety and depression.


If Ignored

If left untreated, chlamydia can spread and infect other parts of the female reproductive system, in particular the uterus and fallopian tubes, which can result in pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). With one in five women with chlamydia developing PID, chlamydia is the most common cause of infertility in women.

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Frequently Asked Qustions


How is female infertility treated?

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.

Why do infertility occurs in women?

Factors that may contribute to infertility in women include: problems with ovulation (releasing an egg from the ovaries) damaged or blocked fallopian tubes. problems with cervical mucus (such as mucus that is too thick or mucus that contains sperm-killing antibodies)