There is new beginning of parent’s life too. Feeling of fatherhood and motherhood is the best feeling in this whole world. But it is sorrowful that cases of infertility are increasing in this modern world. There are several factors which are responsible for this problem like our life style, improper eating habits, hectic schedule and genetic factors.
Now question comes how to get rid from this problem. Couples are looking for a solution for infertility. Ayurveda is new ray of hope for these people because in Ayurveda there are various herbs which support the good health of male and female reproductive system. These herbs are very beneficial to resolve the infertility in a natural way without causing any negative impact on health. If you are taking Ayurveda help to resolve the ailments, then must have faith ad patience because herbs take time to show their effects but they uproot the ailment without any side effects on health.
What is Infertility?
Most people will have the strong desire to conceive a child at some point during their lifetime. Understanding what defines normal fertility is crucial to helping a person, or couple, know when it is time to seek help. Most couples (approximately 85%) will achieve pregnancy within one year of trying, with the greatest likelihood of conception occurring during the earlier months. Only an additional 7% of couples will conceive in the second year. As a result, infertility has come to be defined as the inability to conceive within 12 months. This diagnosis is therefore shared by 15% of couples attempting to conceive. We generally recommend seeking the help of a reproductive endocrinologist if conception has not occurred within 12 months.
Symptoms of Infertility in Women:
- Irregular or absence of menstural cycles.
- Pain cluring sex.
- Abnormal periods. Bleeding is heavier or lighter than usual.
- Irregular periods. The number of days in between each period varies each month.
- No periods. You have never had a period, or periods suddenly stop.
Symptoms of Infertility in Men:
Swelling in testicles.
Lump formation in testicles.
Changes in sexual desires.
Many of the risk factors for both male and female infertility are the same. They include:
- Age. Women’s fertility gradually declines with age, especially in the mid-30s, and it drops rapidly after age 37. Infertility in older women is likely due to the lower number and quality of eggs, and can also be due to health problems that affect fertility. Men over age 40 may be less fertile than younger men.
- Tobacco use. Smoking tobacco or marijuana by either partner may reduce the likelihood of pregnancy. Smoking also reduces the possible effectiveness of fertility treatment. Miscarriages are more frequent in women who smoke. Smoking can increase the risk of erectile dysfunction and a low sperm count in men.
- Alcohol use. For women, there’s no safe level of alcohol use during conception or pregnancy. Alcohol use may contribute to infertility. For men, heavy alcohol use can decrease sperm count and motility.
- Being overweight. Among American women, an inactive lifestyle and being overweight may increase the risk of infertility. For men, sperm count also may be affected by being overweight.
- Being underweight. Women at risk of fertility problems include those with eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia, and those who follow a very low-calorie or restrictive diet.
- Exercise issues. A lack of exercise contributes to obesity, which increases the risk of infertility. Less often, ovulation problems may be associated with frequent strenuous, intense exercise in women who are not overweight.