How to Treat infertility through Ayurveda?

In this shloka, symptoms of vatala yoni vyapat are explained

Female with vatika (vata dosha) constitution follows vata-aggravating diet and life style, the vata dosha gets aggravated that produces piercing pain, stiffness, hardness and numbness in vagina and exhaustion. Due to this dosha, the discharge may be painful, thin frothy and rough.

Reference: Charak samhita (Chikitsa sthan) Chapter-30 and shloka-9 and 10)

As per modern aspect:

Most people will have a strong desire to conceive a child during their lifetime. Many of the couples (approximately 85%) will achieve pregnancy within one year of trying, with the greatest likelihood of conception occurring during the earlier months. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive within 12 months without the use of birth control. Infertility can be either primary or secondary. Primary infertility refers to as a delay for a couple who have had no previous pregnancies and secondary infertility is a delay for a couple who has conceived at least once, although the pregnancy may not have been successful and now is unable to conceive. Several problems may arise such as miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy.

As per Ayurveda aspect:

It is correlated to vandhyatva and it is described in Ayurvedic classics in different forms such as apraja, vandhya, sapraja. The most vitiated Dosha is the Vata which causes functional defects in the egg and there are difficulties with implantation which is often responsible for infertility.

What are the Causes of Infertility?

Both males and females are equally responsible for the causes of infertility. Most of the infertile couples have three major causes including a malefactor, ovulatory dysfunction, or tubal-peritoneal disease.

Causes of Female Infertility

Causes of female infertility are divided into three categories, including defective ovulation, transport, and implantation.

Defective ovulation includes physical disorders such as obesity, anorexia, and excessive exercise and all these factors may lead to overweight and malnutrition. Ovarian disorders on which there is an increased amount of testosterone and LH. Endometriosis is also the main factor in infertility. It refers to a condition in which sections of the lining of uterus implants in the ovaries, vagina, fallopian tubes or pelvis. This implantation forms fluid-filled cysts that grow with each menstrual cycle, and by the time they eventually turn into blisters and scars. These scars then block the passage of the egg and delay pregnancy.

Causes of Male Infertility

Causes of male infertility are divided into three main categories:

Defective Spermatogenesis

Due to the endocrine disorders such as diabetes mellitus and hyperthyroidism there is the formation of faulty sperms that are unable to fertilize the ovum.

Defective Transport

Presence of several endocrine disorders such as diabetes mellitus and hyperthyroidism and the formation of faulty sperms that is not capable of fertilization.

Ineffective delivery

Many psychosexual disorders like ejaculatory dysfunction, impotency, physical disability can affect the fertility of males.

What are the Symptoms of Infertility in Women?

The changes can be seen in women during their puberty as changes in the menstrual cycle and ovulation may be are the symptoms of infertility in women. Symptoms include:

  • No menstruation or the periods may suddenly stop.
  • The periods may be irregular. The number of days between each period varies every month.
  • Abnormal menstruation. The bleeding is heavier or lighter than usual during periods.
  • The periods may be painful. There may be pelvic pain and cramping may happen.

Sometimes, in female fertility, there is a relation of imbalance of hormones. In this case, symptoms can also include:

  1. Gaining weight
  2. Changes in sex desire
  3. Thinning of hairs or there may be hair loss
  4. Growing of dark hairs on the chin, lips, and chest
  5. Changes in the skin, including acne
  6. Pain during intercourse

What are the Symptoms of Infertility in Men?

Symptoms of male infertility can be indefinite. The symptoms may be unnoticed until a man tries to have a baby.

Symptoms include:

  • Problems with ejaculation and erections
  • Pain and swelling in the testicles
  • Changes in hair growth
  • Changes in intercourse desire
  • Testicles may be small and firm

How to Treat Infertility Through Ayurveda in Females?

Planet Ayurveda offers effective Ayurvedic formulations for the treatment of female infertility. These herbal formulations are formulated from using the best quality and authentic herbs that strictly follow the Ayurveda principles. The formulations are pure, natural and are free from preservatives, additives, and chemicals.

Kanchnaar Guggul

Kanchnar guggul is an Ayurvedic remedy formulated specifically to treat endocrine disorders. It works on maintaining proper hormonal functions, irregular menstruation, and ovulation and treats several related conditions like thyroid imbalance, fibroids, and endometriosis.

This unique herb detoxifies the body by flushing out the fluids and toxins from the body.  A regular dose of Kanchanar Guggulu can also help in losing weight and also control cholesterol levels.  It is a treatment for abnormal growths, inflammation, and cysts. The benefits of Kanchanar Guggulu include: treats Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome/ Poly Cystic Ovarian Disease, cures amenorrhoea, treats thyroidism, endometriosis, fibroids, and goiter, corrects the hormonal imbalance and enhances the female reproductive health.

Dosage: 2 tablets twice daily with lukewarm water.

Aloe vitals capsules

Aloe vitals capsules are an amazing and effective herbal formulation that resolves the problem of infertility. These capsules are prepared from the pure extract of Aloe Vera that maintains the menstrual cycle regulation.

Dosage: 2 capsules in a day with milk.

Shatavari capsules

Shatavari capsules improve female fertility. Shatavari herb is known as the queen of herbs. These capsules are prepared from the pure extract of Shatavari and this wonder herb increases the chances of conception. It is known to be an aphrodisiac and helps in ovulation and restores the hormonal imbalance. It nourishes the female reproductive organs and helps nursing mothers during lactation. Therefore, it is considered to be a primary herb for supporting female health.

Dosage: 2 capsules in a day with plain water or milk.

Female Health Support

Female health support is an Ayurvedic formulation prepared by Planet Ayurveda for treating infertility in females. This formulation supports the good health of a female reproductive system and also helpful in providing relief in pain associated with infertility.

Dosage: 2 capsules once daily with plain water or milk.

Naari Kalyan churna

Planet Ayurveda offers naari kalian churna for infertility and supports the good health of a female reproductive system. This churna contains several herbs such as Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) and jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi). The herbs present in it maintains regularities of menstrual cycles and also provides relief in symptoms related to infertility such as pain in the pelvic region, backache, and pain during intercourse.

How to Treat Infertility Through Ayurveda in Males?

Planet Ayurveda provides effective herbal remedies for treating male infertility. These formulations are 100% pure and are free from chemicals.

Tribulus Power

This is an amazing herbal formulation for treating male infertility and is prepared from the pure extracts of gokshura (Tribulus terrestris). This herbal formulation resolves the erectile dysfunction and maintains the sexual desires in males.

Dosage: Two capsules twice daily with plain water after meals.

Atirasadi Churna

Atirasadi churna is quite beneficial to manage the problem if erectile dysfunction. This formulation contains several effective herbs such as kali musli (Curculigo orchioides), Safed Musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum), gokshura (Tribulus terrestris), varahi kand (Dioscorea tuberose), Kesar (Crocus sativus), vidari kand (Pueraria tuberosa), akarkara (Anacyclus pyrethrum), jaiphal (Myristica fragrans), ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) and semal musli (Salmalia malabarica). It helps to maintain the good health of the male reproductive system and resolves infertility in males.

Dosage: One teaspoon twice a day with plain water after meals.

Ashwagandha capsules

According to the Ayurveda system of medicine, ashwagandha is the best herb for balancing Vata dosha in the body because Vata governs the movements in the body that includes the movements of nerve impulses. This herb improves the ability of the body to maintain physical efforts and treats conditions such as fatigue, waning memory and impotency. These capsules are very useful in loss of strength, sexual drive, erectile dysfunction and loss of strength.

Dosage: 2 capsules two times a day with water after meals.

Shilajit capsules

Shilajit is rich in anti-oxidants that flushes out the toxins from the body and relieves physical and mental stress by rejuvenating the brain cells. Many people used it as a dietary supplement to increase their stamina and sexual sphere. Minerals present in these capsules improve the body’s metabolism and maintains the body fluids and electrolytes.

Dosage: 2 capsules two times a day with plain water after meals.