Male and female infertility

In Ayurveda, infertility is often attributed to an imbalance in the three doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. According to Ayurvedic principles, reproductive health depends on the proper functioning of these doshas, as well as the health of the reproductive tissues (Shukra and Artava dhatu).

Imbalances in Vata dosha may cause issues like poor circulation or irregular menstrual cycles, while Pitta imbalances can lead to inflammation and hormonal disruptions. Kapha imbalances might result in excessive mucus and congestion affecting the reproductive organs.

Ayurvedic approaches to treat infertility typically involve restoring doshic balance through lifestyle modifications, dietary changes, herbal remedies, and practices like yoga and meditation. Tailored treatments aim to address specific doshic imbalances and enhance overall well-being to promote fertility.

It’s important to note that Ayurveda considers each individual unique, and treatments are personalized based on one’s constitution (prakriti) and imbalances (vikriti). Consulting with an experienced Ayurvedic practitioner is crucial for a comprehensive assessment and a tailored treatment plan. Additionally, individuals seeking fertility support should also consult with conventional healthcare professionals to explore a holistic approach

Male Infertility

Low sperm count, Low motility, Erectile Dysfunction, Abnormal Sperms, Hormonal imbalance and Genetic factors.

Female Infertility

PCOS, PCOS, Blocked tube, Hormonal Imbalance, irregular menses, Abnormal menses.