Since female infertility often stems from hormonal imbalances and problems where the organs are not working as expected.
It is important to restore balance to the body and help the organs go back to normal functioning. Homeopathy aims at bringing
balance to the body system and repairing damaged pars of the body instead of just working towards veiling the symptoms. By removing
the root cause of the problem, homeopathy helps in gently treating female infertility problems without harming the functioning of other organs.
This is why Khushi Clinic uses advanced technology to diagnose the problem that a woman is suffering from and check for the reason causing the problem.
It helps us personalize our treatments and ensure success.
Female infertility problems are usually discovered when a couple is unable to conceive over the course of a whole year of trying to do so. Different
parts of the reproductive system can account to the inability to conceive among women. Some of the most common infertility problems in females are related to
ovulation problems. Others include damage to the fallopian tubes, abnormality of the uterus, or problems related to the cervix. Infertility problems can often
lead to marital discord and stress among the couple. But at Khushi Clinic, we continually look for new and advanced ways in which female infertility problems can be gently treated.
We discover the actual cause of the problem before we proceed to treating the patient suffering from it. Understanding the root cause helps us devise our treatments
to eradicate the cause and not just work towards alleviating the symptoms. There can be a lot of reasons why a woman suffers from infertility problems. Some problems arise from
a hormonal imbalance while others arise from obesity, stress, irregular or short menstrual cycles, tumors or cysts and alcohol or drug abuse.
Symptoms and Signs
Infertility is usually discovered when a couple fails in their efforts to conceive. This leads to a number of tests conducted by the doctor which can identify whether the problem
lies with the male or the female. If women notice abnormal menstrual cycles or abnormal bleeding, pain in the cervical area, unusual discharge or pain at the time of the intercourse
then there is a chance that she may be suffering from a problem related to her reproductive system. Itching in the vaginal area can also be related to infertility issues. It is best
to consult a doctor if you experience any of the above.
If a couple reports that they are unable to conceive then doctors will take both of them through tests to check for problems. Diagnosis of female infertility involves a urine test
or a blood test which can check for infection or hormonal imbalances. In addition to this the doctor may consider a pelvic exam and a breast examination to check for inconsistencies.
A laproscope may be used to check if the organs are working as expected and an HSG can help to check for blockages. An ultrasound can be used to check the uterus and the ovaries.