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Infertility - A Homoeopathic Approach

A Homoeopathic Approach Understanding Infertility

If my thoughts were confined only to changing a few lives or a few families, my journey would have been very short lived. A woman is deemed to be incomplete in status and society unless she attains the divinity of mother hood. All women playing the roles of a wife, daughter, sister, daughter in law, etc., would rather that they be called a mother. Unfortunately, motherhood, in our society, is a boon which prevents curses from accruing on women, the curse of bringing the progeny of the family to a grinding halt.

The truth, in my commonplace vision, is that the very birth as a woman negates any curse as she is the mother of mankind.

It has been seen and proved that children bring about ultra changes in any household, to the parent by giving them responsibility and eagerness to progress in bringing up his child in a better way, to the elders by instilling joy and excitement in seeing their family grow.

Motherhood brings on more societal and familial security to a woman, it gives her mental happiness and satisfaction to live amid the family environment and in their old age they hold a secured feeling that their children will look after them, more so, the solace that whatever they have learnt in their life time, all their experiences of social and scientific fields, will not go waste but will be transferred to their own children.

Man lives through his poetry and progeny (as Shakespeare poignantly stated), a woman can escape all the unwritten social boycotts by being a mother.

Most of the cases dealt by me in the past three decades have involved, more than the money spent, the stage of severe depression that arose from shame in the family and the peer groups on being unable to conceive. As a last resort they turned to homoeopathy, surprisingly with minimum spends (min Rs. 100/ - Max Rs. 1500/-) they have become parents and are relieved of all tensions and pressures that have arisen in a household.

Most commonly seen cases were polycystic ovarian diseases (P.C.O.D.), bulky uterus, endometriosis, uterian fibroids, oligospermia, tubal blocks and repeated abortions. The other factors which hamper the conceptions were obesity, alcohol and smoking.

It is my advise that within a year or two of marriage, if the couple do not conceive, to immediately consult rather than taking homoeopathy as the last resort after 10 years of married life.

It is all the more advisable for girls who to be married to keep a check on their menstrual cycle and ensure that it is normal, if not to consult at that period only, so as to rectify any major problems that could arise after marriage.

It is stated that a woman is built around her uterus, hence if menses and its attributes are normal, then a woman is said to be complete on the holistic way, thus an unmarried woman with no intentions of immediate marriage too, is to keep the above check at all ages.

‘Less luggage, more comfortable journey’ is a directive that does not merely apply to a small tour one goes on but to the travelogue of life.

A live-wire instance is now presented to enumerate how important it is to not allow oneself to carry the biggest burden of painful memories in life. The burden in our minds and the wounds resulting from these burning wounds can mar our very future.

Whatever weighs on the mind should either be resolved or should be thrown out before it proves to be fatal.

When what you have eaten does not get digested or thrown out in the form of vomiting or diarrhoea, it putrefies and the damage is devastating.

An eye doctor from a remote corner of Maharashtra had come in search of me after her mother had sent various leading articles of my achievements in cases regarding primary infertility which was affecting her.

She was from a family of doctors and was a doctor herself, thus she was very much medically aware. She had a definite presence that asserted itself by her mere appearance, on being made to recall her case history the facts came out thus, she had menses once in two months and had pre-menstrual tensions like breast pain and abdomen pain. Ultrasound scans showed two cysts in her ovaries (PCOD) and she had undergone operation for right ovarian terratoma, HSG (Hystero Salphangiogram) showed right tubal block. She was treated for the same for five years in vain and she was now unsure of a cure.

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