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Ayurveda For Getting Pregnant

According to Ayurveda, conception is the result of factors like healthy sperm, healthy ovum, and also a healthy uterus. Reproductive health depends on the health of the reproductive tissue known as Shukra dhatu in both men and women. In women, the Shukra tissue is responsible for the creation of the ovum as part of the menstrual cycle, and in men, the semen formation results from sexual stimulation.  It is therefore important for both parents to maintain optimum health by getting rid of toxins and nourishing the reproductive tissues to be able to produce healthy progeny. 

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Difficulty in Getting Pregnant

Infertility in men may be due to low sperm count, sperm blockage low sperm motility, and injury or chronic disease.

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If a woman fails to conceive after one year of the regular sexual union without using contraceptives it can be considered a problem. Both men and women may have the problem of infertility due to various reasons. This condition not only affects the physical wellness of the couple but also affects their emotional and social life.

The reasons for female infertility may be ovulation disorders, diminished ovarian reserve low levels of progesterone, etc.    The menstrual cycle is of three phases namely Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.   Blockage of energy happens at the Vata phase. This can be balanced by the use of Aloe Vera, Ginger or Saffron, Rosewater, fennel seeds tea regular massage, etc.

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General causes of infertility

  • When the reproductive tissues do not get enough nourishment due to improper digestion, malnourishment, or obstruction by toxins. Detoxing procedures like Panchakarma are recommended for both parents to be.
  • Consumption of hot and spicy food may lead to the destruction of Shukra due to aggravation of pitta dosha leading to impotency
  • Forcible sex
  • Overindulgence in sexual behavior can lead to impotency known as Shukrakshaya.
  • Infection or trauma of reproductive tissues can weaken them
  • Suppressing sexual urge for too long leads to obstruction of semen known as Veeryaavarodha
  • Impotency in males can be acquired by birth 

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Ayurvedic Treatment for Getting Pregnant

Ayurvedic treatment is on the lines of knowing the body constitution of the couple, removing obstructions and strengthening the organs, and making the nervous system relaxed to create a favorable condition for pregnancy. To achieve this, it should be ensured that the digestive fire should be strong the nervous system is calm and relaxed and the couple enjoys a loving relationship.

Preparing for pregnancy is like preparing the ground for planting seeds. Similarly, the mother should be completely healthy to be able to protect and nourish the fetus. Ayurveda, therefore, recommends a holistic treatment that includes herbal medicines, a healthy diet, lifestyle modifications, massage, yoga, breathing exercises meditation, etc.

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Many nutritional foods that have the power to enhance the quality of the sperm are recommended for both men and women according to their dosha type. They are almonds, milk, saffron, walnuts, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, honey, and ghee.  Ashwagandha is the tonic for Vata types and improves the sperm quality as well as quantity. Shatavari works as a tonic to balance pitta dosha. Punarnava is the herb recommended for Kapha types.

Ayurvedic preparations known as Rasayana can help in rejuvenating the body and mind which is an essential condition for getting pregnant.

 

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