Infertility facts

Fertility tips

  Before seeking a doctor's advice, you'll want to do everything possible on your own to get pregnant. Even if your self-help efforts fail, they can generate important information to help your doctor to diagnose your problem and save precious time. Here are some techniques you can try:

     First and foremost is best understanding between the partners.Do not find fault with each other

     Notice changes that occur with ovulation. Some women experience a slight twinge in their lower right or left       abdomen when they ovulate. Around the same time, you may notice that your cervical mucus, which can       occur as a normal vaginal discharge has become watery and copious. This “Ovulatory sign “

     Have intercourse every other day. Waiting for 48 hours between the lovemaking sessions provides enough       time for a new generation of sperm cells to reach maturation.

     Have intercourse during the middle of your menstrual cycle. Counting the first day of your last period as day       one, be sure to have intercourse on days 11, 13, 15 and 17 or days 12, 14,16 and 18.

Clinical evidence


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    Cases with PCOD conceived and delivered
     Cases with Thyroid disorders conceived
     A couple with multifactor complaints succeeded
     Habitual abortion…treated successfully with Homoeopathic treatment
     IVF failed couple conceived