Infertility, a rising issue among women

Infertility is a medical condition in living beings especially females that refers to their inability to conceive and produce a baby. Though scientists once worried about the problem of population explosion, but the increasing number of infertility cases has seen a rapid growth in recent times. Cases of infertility are mostly common in women, however, with a change in lifestyle and other environmental factors, men too have been diagnosed with a problem of infertility.

One can determine infertility when a woman is unable to produce a child in spite of having unprotected sex for more than a year. The process of fertility begins with ovulation. Ovulation occurs around 14 days before the start of the menstrual period when the egg is released from one of the ovaries. It is then lead to fallopian tube ultimately reaching the uterus once it gets fertilised. Thus leading to pregnancy. However, during ovulation, the ovaries might also produce small cysts that might prevent the eggs from ripening, gradually leading to infertility.
There are 2 types of infertility:

  • Primary infertility: It refers to a condition where women are unable to get pregnant even after having continuous sex for one year without any protection.
  • Secondary infertility: It refers to a condition where women have got pregnant once but cannot conceive anymore thus leading to infertility.

The issue of infertility started surfacing when people became aware about this medical condition. Initially, people would just accept their inability to have kids without consulting a doctor and would not undergo any treatment. With time, people have now become aware about the issue of infertility and take interest in overcoming this problem so that they can lead a better life.

Understanding the main cause of infertility is a difficult process and requires immense research. It could arise from a simple and perceptible problem of cyst, fibroid or hormonal imbalance to a very complex genetic disorder and occupational hazards like exposure to chemical or radioactive elements. The reason for infertility could be varied.

The most common reason that could be associated with the increasing infertility cases are lifestyle mismanagement which leads to stress and weight gain due to lack of physical activities, calorie-laden foods and other medical disorders like diabetes and fluctuating cholesterol levels.

Infertility is an issue which not many people know can be treated. The safest and natural way of treating infertility is through homeopathy. At Health Total, we help you fight infertility through an integrated homeopathic approach. This holistic treatment combines the power of homeopathy with the science of nutrition to give you a result that lasts for a lifetime. The treatment works at the root level and eradicates the symptoms completely to give you a healthy future.

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