The Burning Issue of Infertility and the Safest Solution

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November 2, 2016
November 2, 2016


Over the past few years, almost all the countries have been observed to have a steady decline in the fertility rate. And in India, the infertility is worse than most other nations. A recent survey has observed that many couples are resorting to artificial methods of conception because of this reason.

This steady decline has started in India approximately a decade and a half ago.  A steady decline of 17 percent every year from 2000 has been observed.  One of the recent statistics shows that over 10% of our population suffers from fertility problems. Considering the amount of population India has (more than 1.2 billion), it is quite a huge number.


The causes for the fertility issues are many, and the fundamental reasons come down to changes in lifestyle, physical and mental stress, and late marriages. According to a survey in 2013, poor sperm count (41 percent) played a major role in male infertility; female infertility was caused mainly by polycystic ovarian disorder or PCOD (40 percent)


Usually, couples conceive within 24 months of regular intercourse. If they are unable to conceive in this time, they should consult a specialist immediately and check for infertility problem. There are many causes that can lead to this problem in both men and women. Here they are

Basic causes for Infertility in Women

1. Mental Stress

2. Obesity or Under-Weight

3. Extra Physical Stress

3. Eating Disorders

4. Smoking

5. Exposure to Harmful Chemicals

6. Genetic factors and Hormonal Imbalances

Basic causes for Infertility in Men

1. Genetic Defects

2. Abnormal Sperm Production

3. Smoking and Alcohol Consumption

3. Mental Trauma

4. Diabetes and Other Infections

5. Exposure to Harmful Chemicals



Women are born with a finite number of eggs. Thus, as the reproductive years progress, the number and quality of the eggs diminish. The chances of having a baby decrease by 3% to 5% per year after the age of 30. This reduction in fertility is noted to a much greater extent after age 40.

Apart from these factors,exposures to pesticide, especially agricultural pesticides, may harm both men and women’s fertility. Being Over-Weight or Under-Weight may also delay the occurrence of Pregnancy. Always keep your weight in control.


Nutrients and Diet that improve Fertility factor:

1. Decrease intake of Caffeine

2. Avoid Alcohol Consumption

3. Nutrient rich foods and Whole Grains

4. Eat fruits and vegetables regularly

5. Fish and Iron Vitamin abundant food helps too


Positive Homeopathy employs Constitutional Homeopathy treatment to cure the issues of fertility. This would help find the root cause of the infertility problem and the treatment will be offered accordingly. With this treatment, there is no fear of side-effects. Positive Homeopathy has had a great success rate in treating infertility issues and helped many couples conceive in a quick time.

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