Infertility has become common in today’s time among both men and women. Low sperm count causes men’s infertility whereas female infertility tends to occur due to polycystic ovarian disorder (PCOD). Male infertility can occur due to numerous factors such as psychological, anatomical, lifestyle, or hormonal-related issues.

Many factors are responsible for male and female fertility, including stressful life, changes in lifestyle, late marriages, etc. A large number of couples suffering from infertility often go for advanced treatment options for infertility; the percentage of success is quite lower.

At Praanavaidya, we offer integrated treatment for infertility in Bangalore for most couples seeking natural treatment to get rid of infertility issues. Our doctors first address all those factors that cause infertility and ensure good results in PCOD. Our infertility treatment solutions can reverse the polycystic tendency for reestablishing natural ovulation. Doing this helps in improving the chance of natural pregnancy and thus, we improve your chance of pregnancy.

Our treatment also includes psychological aspects of your reproductive health and delivers the most effective solutions matching your core infertility problems. Whether you are suffering from blocked tubes, uterine fibroids, defection in the cervical canal, or others, we have the best Ayurvedic treatment for you.


The main symptom of infertility is not getting pregnant. There may be no other clear symptoms. Some women with infertility may have irregular menstrual periods or no periods. And some men may have some symptoms of hormonal problems, such as changes in hair growth or sexual function. Many couples eventually will conceive — with or without treatment.


These can include –

  • Conditions that can affect how much sperm is made or sperm quality. These medical conditions can include undescended testicles, genetic defects, hormone problems and health problems such as diabetes. Infections such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, mumps or HIV also can impact sperm. Enlarged veins in the scrotum, called a varicocele, can affect sperm’s quality.
  • Problems with sperm reaching the female reproductive tract. These issues can be due to sexual conditions such as premature ejaculation, certain genetic diseases such as cystic fibrosis, physical problems such as a blockage in the testicle, or damage or an injury to the reproductive organs.
  • Certain factors in the environment. Exposure to pesticides, other chemicals or radiation can affect fertility. So can medicines that treat bacterial infections, high blood pressure and depression. And if the testicles often are exposed to heat, such as in saunas or hot tubs, that may affect their ability to make sperm.
  • Damage related to cancer and its treatment. Cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation can affect sperm production.


These can include –

  • Ovulation disorders. These conditions affect the release of eggs from the ovaries. They include hormonal problems such as polycystic ovary syndrome. High levels of a hormone needed to make breast milk, called prolactin, also may have an effect on ovulation. Either too much thyroid hormone, called hyperthyroidism, or too little, called hypothyroidism, can affect the menstrual cycle or cause infertility. Other underlying causes may include too much exercise, eating disorders or tumors.
  • Conditions of the uterus. These include growths called uterine polyps, issues with the shape of the uterus or problems with its lower end, called the cervix. Tumors in the wall of the uterus, called uterine fibroids, also may cause infertility — but they aren’t cancer. Fibroids can block the fallopian tubes, where an egg and sperm unite. They also can stop a fertilized egg from attaching to the uterus, which needs to happen for an unborn baby to develop.
  • Fallopian tube damage or blockage. Often, these issues are caused by swelling of the fallopian tube, called salpingitis. The swelling can happen due to an infection of the female reproductive organs called pelvic inflammatory disease.
  • Endometriosis. With this condition, tissue that’s similar to the inner lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus. It may affect the how well the ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes work.
  • Primary ovarian insufficiency. This happens when the ovaries stop working as they should, and menstrual periods end before age 40. The cause is often unknown. But some factors linked with primary ovarian insufficiency include immune system diseases, genetic conditions such as Turner syndrome, and radiation or chemotherapy treatment.
  • Pelvic adhesions. These are bands of scar tissue that bind organs. They can form after a pelvic infection, appendicitis, endometriosis, or surgery of the abdomen or pelvis.
  • Cancer and its treatment. Certain cancers — especially ones that affect the reproductive organs — often reduce female fertility. Both radiation and chemotherapy may affect fertility as well.


Many of the risk factors for both male and female infertility are the same. They include

  • Age. Women’s fertility slowly declines with age, especially in the mid-30s. It drops quickly after age 37. Infertility in older women likely is due to the lower number and quality of eggs, or to health problems that affect fertility. Men over age 40 may be less fertile than younger men. The risk of birth defects and genetic problems also rises for children born to men over age 40.
  • Tobacco use. Smoking tobacco by either partner may lower the chances of pregnancy. It also can make fertility treatments less effective. The risk of miscarriages may rise in women who smoke tobacco. When a pregnant person’s partner smokes, that also raises the risk of miscarriage — even when the pregnant person is not a smoker. And smoking can raise the risk of erectile dysfunction and a low sperm count in men.
  • Marijuana use. Marijuana may affect fertility, but more research is needed. Use during pregnancy has been linked with negative health effects on unborn babies. It also might raise the risk of miscarriage and stillbirth.
  • Alcohol use. For women, there is no safe level of alcohol use when you’re trying to get pregnant or during pregnancy. Alcohol may contribute to infertility. For men, heavy drinking can lower sperm count and affect how well sperm move.
  • Being overweight. An inactive lifestyle and being overweight or obese can raise the risk of infertility. Obesity is linked with lower quality of semen, the fluid that contains sperm.
  • Being underweight. People at risk of fertility problems include those with eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia. Those who follow a very low-calorie or restrictive diet also are at risk.
  • Exercise issues. A lack of exercise plays a role in obesity, which raises the risk of infertility. Less often, ovulation problems may be linked with frequent, strenuous, intense exercise in women who are not overweight.



Various ayurvedic therapies like Uttara basti, Vajikarana therapy & medications are used to improve the function of reproductive organs, thereby improves fertility.


Purification therapies like Panchakarma cleans the body & maintains normalcy of metabolism of body thereby cures various causes of infertility.



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