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Herbal Treatments for Infertility


At N.D. CARE NIROGAM (P) LTD. we believe that infertility, like any other disorder is a completely individual case. Infertility is not an independent disease, rather a cardinal feature of many imbalances. We work on establishing harmony within and outside body and avoiding any side-effects and at the same time, improving overall health of an individual. In cognisance of ayruveda percepts, we work on the three aspects of the male and female reproductive organs and overall health. We consider four elements for conception of a healthy foetus: Ritu, Kshetra, Ambu, Beej: Read more..

About Infertility


If a couple is infertile, this means that they have been unable to conceive a child after 12 months of regular sexual intercourse without birth control. Primary infertility means they have never had a child. Secondary infertility means that the infertile person has had one or more children in the past, but a medical problem is impairing fertility. Many people may be infertile during their reproductive years. They may be unaware of this because they are not seeking to create a pregnancy. On any one occasion, the chance of pregnancy is just one percent. 50 percent of infertility is directly or indirectly linked to the female. About 30 percent of all female infertility is unexplained. Of the explained reasons for female infertility, Ovulation Disorders are the most common cause. There are also many other causes.


Consequences of Infertility


Infertility is a prevalent problem affecting about 8-10% of couples within the reproductive age world-wide and has significant consequences for individuals, families and the wider community

Infertility interferes with one of the most fundamental and highly prized human activities and thus presents a major life challenge to those who desire children.

The condition brings up issues related to the health and well-being of individuals, couples and society as a whole. Infertility almost always leads to decreased levels of personal well-being and for many individuals it causes significantly more severe consequences.

The burden of infertility includes psychological, social and physical suffering. Documented consequences include: anxiety, depression, lowered life satisfaction, frustration, grief, fear, guilt, helplessness, reduced job performance, marital distress, dissolution and abandonment; economic hardship, loss of social status, social stigma, social isolation and alienation, community ostracism, physical violence and where treatment is available uncomfortable, painful or life threatening medical interventions. In most areas of the world, women's well being appears to be more seriously affected by infertility than men's

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