Women's Health -Infertility


An integrative approach to discovering the underlying causes of infertility can help resolve reproductive issues far more quickly than focusing on statistics and hormone tests. Approximately one in five couples has trouble conceiving a child. If a couple is unable to conceive after one year of unprotected intercourse, they are said to be sub fertile.  In most cases, the couple can be helped with assisted reproductive technologies. For around one in 10 couples investigated for infertility, no cause is found. at least 9 percent of the reproductive age group of women.


Causes of female infertility
There are many known common causes that may lead to female infertility.
Some of these common causes include –


The treatments for female infertility, is based on a dual basis, which involves –

  1. Attempting to restore fertility through medication or surgery
  1. Assisting in reproduction with better and sophisticated techniques used.


Our Integrative Approach
Investigating suspected infertility requires a range of tests for both the woman and her partner. Some of the tests the woman may undergo include:


Detoxification can also be very helpful. Plastics, pesticides and pollutants are endocrine disrupters and can play havoc with the normal levels of hormones. We have had many cases where both partners went through a detoxification program and were then able to conceive and have a healthy baby.

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