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Ayurvedic infertility treatment in Kerala

Infertility is becoming an increasingly common problem today. Fortunately for those looking for holistic ayurvedic treatment for infertility in Kerala, the Sanjeevanam Ayurveda Hospital offers the best infertility treatment in Cochin, Kerala. We help people fulfil their dream of parenthood through the use of Kerala ayurvedic medicines for infertility issues in both men and women.

We provide traditional ayurvedic treatments for infertility using holistic herbal methods based on the practice of overall bodily health.

These are some common treatments for infertility in Ayurveda:  

They are Agni deepena and Ama pachana, Vatanulomana, Sodhana chikitsa, and certain internal medicines specific to their condition. Based on the patient’s health and mental condition, the Ayurveda practitioner recommends the treatments for them. Sanjeevanam Ayurveda Hospital stands different from other hospitals in treating infertility. The team of doctors here first manage the cause of infertility, treats it and also gives a lot of mental and emotional support to the couple which in turn enables the couple to treat their problem. This enables them not only to conceive but also to take s care of their health prevents them from getting other diseases.

What is infertility?

Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. 

There are two kinds of infertility – primary and secondary. Globally, most infertile couples suffer from primary infertility. 

  • Primary infertility means that the couple has never conceived. 
  • Secondary infertility means that the couple has experienced pregnancy before and failed to conceive later. 

Causes of infertility

Infertility may occur due to male factors, female factors, or a combination of male and female factors or may be unexplained.

  • 01 Male Causes:
  • 02 Problem in sperm generation or sperm transport
  • 03 The decrease in sperm count, or the number of sperm.
  • 04 The shape of the sperm and sperm motility
  • 05 Retrograde ejaculation
  • 06 Varicocele,the swelling of the veins around the testicles
  • 07 Various other serious diseases
  • 08 Discended testicles in to scrotum.
  • 09 Discharge issues
  • 010 Tumors
  • 011 A hormonal imbalance, such as low testosterone production
  • 012 deformities of tubules that transport sperm
  • 013 Female causes:
  • 014 Problems related to ovulation
  • 015 Problems related to implantation
  • 016 Ovulation disorders, which can be caused by polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or hormonal imbalances
  • 017 Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
  • 018 Endometriosis
  • 019 Uterine fibroids
  • 020 Premature ovarian failure
  • 021 Scarring from a previous surgery

Apart from these factors like stress, anxiety, depression, inconsistent lifestyle and others can also be a factor of infertility for both sexes. According to Ayurveda Ritu (menstruation), Kshetra (functioning reproductive organs), Ambu (digestive fluids), and Bija (healthy sperm and ovum) were considered to be the four key important components for fertility. Infertility is caused by an abnormality in any one of these factors.

Signs and symptoms of infertility

Signs and symptoms in males:


Problems with sexual functioning, such as inability to ejaculate or producing tiny amounts of fluid only.


Decrease in sexual desire


Difficulty in keeping an erection (erectile dysfunction)


The testicle area may experience discomfort, enlarge, or develop a lump.


Respiratory infections that reoccurs.

Signs and symptoms in females:


The inability to conceive is the basic sign of infertility


Pain during sex or dyspareunia


Endometriosis and fibroids.


Monthly cycle is too long (35 days or more) or short (less than 21 days), irregular, including missed periods with painful cramps.


Hormonal imbalance, which results in unexplained weight gain, sever acne, cold feet and hands,loss of sexual desire, facial hairs, thinning of hair on top of the head.

When to see a doctor for infertility?

Generally, if a couple is planning to conceive and not get pregnant after 1 year of natural unprotected intercourse, then should consult a doctor. Couples above 35 years of age, should see a doctor after 6 months of natural unprotected intercourse to rule out any problems. A fertility specialist can assess whether the reason for infertility can be identified and, with the use of particular tests and medication, can give the necessary treatment if you are having trouble getting pregnant or are experiencing infertility problems. Surgery or medication is frequently used to treat infertility. The test findings, the length of time the couple tried to conceive, the couple’s general health, and the preferences of each partner all play a role in the treatment decision. 

How Ayurveda can treat infertility?

Due to a number of factors, aspects related to diet, psychology, the environment, and society infertility has dramatically increased during the last ten years. By a variety of diagnostic tests and examinations, modern medicine may now identify an individual’s infertility causes. These tests are used to guide the treatment, which aims to treat and rectify the malfunction. By examining the reproductive system’s components, infertility is addressed. Ayurveda pays attention to each particular body type, strengthens the bodily systems involved in fertilisation, and so offers a fantastic substitute for achieving fertilisation. Building the Ojas, enhancing general well-being, activating the hypothalamus, and other techniques used in Ayurveda treat internal imbalances and external factors that contribute to the issue. causing indirect pituitary and hypothalamic stimulation to cause the ovaries to mature and start producing eggs.

Ayurveda offers non-invasive, affordable, and iatrogenic treatments for female infertility that are a complement and alternative to contemporary Western medicine. Treatments in Ayurveda have a reduced risk of side effects since they concentrate on rebalancing individuals rather than just curing ailments. for adverse consequences. Also, they frequently support the person’s overall health and well-being. It first tries to cure infertility using Ayurvedic medicine, and if that doesn’t work, it switches to the more potent but riskier treatments of contemporary Western medicine. It is also conceivable to combine the sophisticated diagnostic procedures of contemporary Western medicine and their pathophysiological specificity with the all-encompassing, safe, but nonetheless effective Ayurvedic treatments.

Ayurvedic medicines for infertility

Invigorating sperm (improving a man’s sperm count, morphology, and motility), reducing stress, improving sleep, reducing anxiety, increasing energy levels, balancing the endocrine system, increasing the likelihood of pregnancy for women undergoing in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), and improving blood flow in the pelvic cavity all contribute to fertility. The right combination of herbs can help with all of these things.

Shirodhara, Abhyanga, marma treatment, Nasya, Basti, and chakra balance are examples of ayurvedic body therapies. They energise the mind, boost the immune system, and nourish the body. Rejuvenation treatments are helpful in lowering stress, nourishing all of the body’s dhatus, and calming Vata. Usually, panchakarma is recommended for infertile couples. Generally speaking, cooling light therapies are advised for pitta dosha while rejuvenative therapies are for vata Dosha. Shodhana Chikitsa aids in non-ovulatory cycles and uterine antagonism. Basti is advised to treat local conditions, to clear impediments in the way of proper coitus and to promote the vaginal tract’s responsiveness to sperm entrance.

Body massages relieve tension, revitalise the entire body, and balance the underlying Dosha. Blocked tubes, pelvic adhesions, or other types of damage or inflammation in the reproductive organs can sometimes be the cause of female infertility. Ayurveda doctors have discovered that deep tissue work can not only eliminate mechanical blockages but also reduce pelvic discomfort and increase sexual desire and orgasm for women. It was previously thought that surgical operations were the only option to even significantly minimise these issues.

Chandraprabha Vati, Yograja Guggulu, Ashokarishta and Dashmoolarishta along with Ashoka, Dashmool, Shatavari, Aloe vera, and Guggulu are commonly used in regulating ovulation disorders.

Latakaranj, Varun, KanchnaarGuggulu, Arogya Vardhini etc. are used in symptoms of Polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Medicines like Chandraprabha, Ashoka, Dashmool, Shatavari, Guduchi, and Jeevanti are helpful in premature ovarian failure

Kaishor Guggulu, Triphala Guggulu, Guduchi, Kutki, Punarnava etc are used in Blocked fallopian tubes, adhesions (scar tissue) and pelvic inflammatory disease.

Decoctions prepared with Vata, Ashwatha, Udumbara, Plaksha, Shirisha, Haridra, Yashtimadhuk, Saariva and Manjishtha can be used in increased vaginal discharge and abnormalities in cervical mucus.

Shatavari, Ashwagandha, Vidarikand, Ksheervidari, Bala, Samudrashok, Nagbala, Shrungatak and Yashtimadhuk are helpful for Underweight women or those that have small, undeveloped uteri or cervix.

Guduchi, Kantakari, Brihati, Gokshura, Bhrungraj, Yashtimadhuk, Pippali, Bharangi, Padmakashtha, Rasna and Manjishtha are helpful to those who conceive but are not able to retain their pregnancy to full term.

Medicated ghee and oils such as satapushpa tailam, narayanatailam, phala sarpis, kalyana ghrita, kalyana gulam, dadimadi ghrita and commonly used in treating infertility.

Best Ayurvedic Hospital for Infertility in Kerala

Did you know you can overcome infertility with Ayurvedic treatments and achieve your dream of becoming a parent? Changes in lifestyle, food habits, anatomical anomalies, abnormal physical strain, emotional instability and stress are some of contributing factors. This is not to say there are no underlying medical conditions existing either. Some of the female infertility issues could include blocked fallopian tubes, PCOS, defects in the birth canal, ovulation issues, hormonal problems, uterine fibroids, etc. Male infertility issues can be related to poor sperm generation or transportation, discharge issues, varicoceles, tumours, anatomical anomalies, hormonal issues, etc.

There are a number of well-known ayurvedic treatments for infertility in men/women in Kerala. And for those looking for this holistic infertility treatment, Sanjeevanam Ayurvedic Hospital is the best Ayurvedic treatment centre for infertility in Cochin, Kerala. Here, you will find that each infertility case is approached individually, with treatment being dispensed according to the cause of infertility.

Our treatment methodologies include initial cleansing, refining and detoxification, to enable the body to get rid of all obstructive elements and preparation for the creation of a new life within. Though Ayurveda begins by treating the whole body first instead of focusing on a single issue, several specific Ayurvedic infertility treatment protocols are adopted at Sanjeevanam. These could include Ama pachana, Sodhana, Swedanam, Agni Deepana, Vatanulomana, Vamanam, Shatavari, Banyan tree bark, etc., as per Vaidya’s recommendations. And in this way, Sanjeevanam offers the best infertility treatment for males/females in Kerala.


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