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    Kerala, South India
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Conceive Naturally Through Homoeopathy

Homoeopathy - The natural ally in the conception journey
Homoeopathy has long since been accepted by masses as an effective and cure centric medical alternative. This non – invasive treatment modality is providing effective recourse to couples even after repeated failures with IVF, ICSI, IMSI, TESA and PESA.
Imbalances associated with the Hypothalamus - Pituitary – Ovarian axis, Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH), Insulin resistance and Estrogen are known contributing factors among Females, while imbalances to Hypothalamus – Pituitary – Testicular axis, Follicle stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and Testosterone results in male causes of infertility. Scores of patients after their treatment at our fertility center at Olarikkara, Thrissur, Kerala reportedly presented with evidence of healthy eggs and sperms that opens up huge possibilities for a successful pregnancy.
Homoeopathy’s philosophy of dynamically facilitating the bodys natural mechanism in the healing process without leaving any immediate or remote residual effects brings along an added advantage among its patrons.

Understanding Infertility

Historical Survey
History of assisted reproduction finds mention in ancient Indian literature even touching on some elements of modern-day treatments like IVF and surrogacy though not to the present levels of Sophistication. Homoeopathy, however, focuses on addressing the causative factors and its consequent symptoms using medicines prepared in accordance with its philosophy. Dr. Jains fertility center at Olarikkara, Thrissur, Kerala has brought smiles to scores of couples who remained clueless after years of endless treatments.
What is Infertility
Post Coital Consequence of a fully matured egg fusing with an actively motile and healthy sperm cell within the fallopian tube of the uterus results in formation of zygote which shifts further to the body of the uterus and attaches itself to its linings (endometrium) to develop into a multicellular structure called embryo; a rudimentary stage of human offspring. Impedances at any one of these stage essentially results in infertility. A recent WHO data estimates about 3.9% to 16.8% that roughly adds up to a sizeable 27.5 million young couples reporting to be infertile in india raising serious concerns on the medical health of our young population along with the resultant social challenges thereon.
The term infertility further gets divided into two:
Primary infertility
where a healthy female fails to conceive inspite of unprotected sex for a year or more especially between the unsafe window period with a healthy male.
Secondary infertility
As the term suggests, It involves difficulties in conceiving, after giving birth to a healthy baby the first time.
Some key general factors mentioned below need a serious relook while investigating the reasons for infertility. However, a more gender-based division makes the treatment journey positively consequential.

To conceive naturally, following steps of the human reproductive process has to happen:

  • One of the two ovaries should release a mature egg.
  • The egg should be picked up by the Fallopian tube.
  • An actively motile and healthy sperm should swim up the cervix, through the uterus and into the Fallopian tubes to reach the egg for fertilization.
  • The fertilised egg should implant on the inside of the uterus and grow.

Any disruption of this process at any step can cause infertility.
The causes of this disruption may vary by gender. Let us see these causes of disruption separately.

Female Infertility

  1. Hormonal Imbalance

    Hormone Imbalance associated with Hypothalamus - Pituitary - Ovarian axis. This includes fluctuations in the levels of FSH, LH, prolactin, estrogen, progesterone, insulin, thyroid hormones, etc.

  2. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrom

    A condition that results in hormonal imbalance, which affects ovulation. It is associated with insulin resistance, irregular menstrual periods, abnormal hair growth on the face/body, and acne.

  3. Endometriosis

    A disorder in which tissues that normally line the uterus grow outside the uterus. This may affect the function of the ovaries, uterus, and fallopian tubes.

  4. Fallopian Tube Block/Damage

    Blocked/Damaged Fallopian tubes keep sperm from getting to the egg or block the passage of a fertilised egg into the uterus. PID, gonorrhoea, STDs, and adhesions caused by previous abdominal or pelvic surgery are all common causes of this.

  5. Tumours of Uterus

    Benign polyps or tumours (fibroids) are common in uterus. This will interfere with the blood circulation to uterus, blocks Fallopian tubes and prevent the implantation of fertilised egg.

  6. Antisperm Antibodies(ASA)

    They are immune system proteins that destroy sperm cells. They can be produced when the body mistakes sperm for an invader and triggers the immune system to protect itself.

  7. Genetic/Chromosomal Abnormality

    Single gene defects like Cystic fibrosis, Spinal muscular atropy, Taysuchi disease, Canavan disease, and Klinefelter syndrome congenital malformations of the Vulva, Hymen, Vagina, Cervix, and Uterus.

  8. Previous Surgeries on Abdomen & Pelvis

    May cause postoperative adhesions or scar tissues which can affect fertility.

  9. Primary Ovarian Insufficiency(Failure)

    Premature loss of eggs from the ovaries is probably a result of genetics or chemotherapy.

  10. Presence of other Chronic Disease & chemotherapy

    Diseases like Tuberculosis, Diabetes, Cancer, Chemotherapy, Lupus, SLE, etc. can affect fertility.

Male Infertility

  1. Hormonal Imbalance

    Hormonal Imbalance associated with Hypothalamus - Pituitary - Testicular axis. This includes changes in the levels of Testosterone, FSH, LH, Estrogen, Progesterone, Prolactin, and Thyroid hormones.

  2. Semen/Sperm Disorders

    • Aspermia - Complete absence of semen
    • Azoospermia - Absence of sperms in seminal Fluid
    • Asthenospermia - Low sperm motility
    • Oligospermia - Low sperm count
    • Teratospermia - Abnormal sperms
    • Necrospermia - Dead sperms in semen
    • Pyospermia - Pus in semen
    • Haematospermia - Blood in semen

  3. Varicocele

    Varicocele is a collection of enlarged, dilated veins in the scrotum. As a result of this, scrotal temperature increases, which affects sperm motility and production.

  4. Sexual Incompetence

    • Erectile dysfunction
    • Premature ejaculation
    • Anejaculation
    • Retrograde ejaculation
  5. Infections

    Chronic infections of the Epididymis, Testis, and Prostate can interfere with fertility. STDs and Gonorrhoea play a major role here.

  6. Antisperm Antibodies

  7. Genetic/chromosomal Abnormalities

    Klinfeltors Syndrome, Cystic fibrosis, Kallman's Syndrome etc.

  8. Defects of Tubules that transport sperms

    This may be due to Infections, Injuries or Trauma, Adhesions due to surgeries, or Abnormal developments.

  9. Presence of other Chronic Diseases

  10. Undesended Tests

  11. Cancer treatment & chemotherapy

Unexplained Infertility

Idiopathic infertility another term for unexplained infertility gets seen among fifteen percentage of apparently healthy couples who have no identifiable anomalies during any of the normal fertility testing protocols. The silver lining, however, is that spontaneous conception rates in such cases are more encouraging than in cases where definite causes have been identified.

Does Homoeopathic Medicines Really work

Homoeopathy takes a refreshing approach to addressing the individual affected by the disease during its treatment plan. Hence, detailed case taking and investigations could point out the probable male or female cause, which, when addressed by an individualistic constitutional line of treatment, gives the desired positive results that we often see at our fertility center at Olarikkara, Thrissur, Kerala. Homoeopathy has also answered the unyielding cases using a unique Miasm concept that is covercome  using the anti-miasmatic line of treatment, which has the potential to augment the curative journey of many difficult cases.
The successes that Dr. Jain's Fertility Center has been able to provide to scores of couples over the last decade and half encourages us to use the virtual platform to reach out to more number of dejected couples far and wide who can be helped with realizing their baby dreams methodically.
Unarguably, each case brings along new sets of challenges, but we realise and communicate the importance of staying relaxed and positively focused. The hundreds of successful stories thus far remain our testimony, which encourages us to touch more lives.
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