After some time of marriage, married couple starts hoping for a child. Family is incomplete without the cudles and laughter of child. When a child is born, 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's 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.
There are various herbs like Shataavari (Asparagus racemosus), Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi), Ashok (Saraca indica), Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa) present in ayurveda which help to manage the problem of infertility and support the good health of both male and female reproductive system.
Infertility is the inability to getting pregnant despite of unprotected sex for a year or duration of six months in some cases. There are various factors like irregular or absence of menstrual cycles in female, hormonal changes, lack of sexual desires and ejaculation problems in males.
You must visit your doctor if you and your partner trying to conceive for at least one year.
But in the case of women, especially you need a visit to doctor in these conditions:-
According to ayurveda, reproductive health of male and females depends upon the health of shukra dhatu (reprodcuctive tissues). In the case of females shukra dhatu forms the ovum as part of menstrual cycles. Whereas in the case of men, there is the formation of semen due to sexual stimulation. Vitiated shukra dhatu results in the infertility. There are various factors which are responsible in the vitiation of shukra dhatu like improper eating habits, our life styles and hormonal changes in the body.