Lack of reliable equipment to check unexplained male infertility, but Ayurveda made it possible – Dr. Chanchal

Apr 6, 2023 - 22:45
Lack of reliable equipment to check unexplained male infertility, but Ayurveda made it possible – Dr. Chanchal
Lack of reliable equipment to check unexplained male infertility, but Ayurveda made it possible – Dr. Chanchal
Everyone desires a kid to pass on their lineage. However, due to physical or emotional issues, a woman or man may have trouble having a kid. Infertility occurs when a woman is unable to have children after a year of unprotected sexual intercourse. Infertility affects 12–15% of marriages in India.
Many people still believe that infertility is solely due to bodily defects in women, which is not the case. In the case of fertility problems, women are frequently subjected to social pressure and blame. According to some reports, males are the root cause of infertility in 50% of infertile couples, and only about 7% of the world's men lose the ability to produce children by the time they reach adulthood.
According to Dr. Chanchal Sharma of Asha Ayurveda, male infertility is more than just a men's health problem. However, it is also a women's health problem, as the present burden of fertility treatment for unexplained male infertility falls on women. A research performed by PMC found that sperm analysis examines all male infertility problems. However, this test is insufficient for identifying unexplained male infertility. As a consequence, approximately 20% of infertile males go undiagnosed.
There are two types of unexplained male infertility: (i) idiopathic male infertility—infertile men with abnormal sperm analysis and an unknown cause for that abnormality; and (ii) unexplained male infertility—men with "normal" sperm analysis who are unable to conceive with a woman for unknown reasons.
According to Dr. Chanchal Sharma, male infertility was previously only discovered through sperm research. However, as time has passed, significant changes in sperm analysis, such as sperm motility and the significance of understanding the sperm count, have been incorporated into the 2010 WHO recommendations.
However, we are still focusing on the characteristics of sperm rather than their ability and sperm to quantify defects such as DNA damage (sperm DNA) to support fertility. Because, in today's world, sperm analysis is not the only method to determine the precise source of issues such as DNA defects or RNA anomalies.
Treatment of unexplained male infertility is restricted due to a lack of understanding of common sperm characteristics such as quantity, motility, and shape. Dr. Chanchal Sharma, on the other hand, claims that Ayurveda has a solution for all sperm-related issues. Male infertility is effectively managed in Ayurveda with natural remedies, herbal oils, and botanicals. One of the most effective ways to address male infertility at its root is with ayurvedic treatment.
The use of old beneficial plants such as Ashwagandha, Amalaki, Haritiki, and Shatavari in Ayurvedic herbal remedies aids in hormonal balance. Aside from these medications, Panchakarma treatment, which restores the body's energy, is also accessible. Furthermore, male infertility can be effectively treated with Ayurveda by giving Vajikarana treatment as mentioned in authentic Ayurvedic texts. According to Dr. Chanchal, Shukra Dhatu is primarily responsible for sexual performance, potency, and fertility. Vajikarana treatment nourishes Shukra Dhatu or makes the man more energetic.
Include milk in your nutrition as well. Reduce your tension by eating less chili-flavored food and practicing yoga and meditation on a daily basis. When compared to IVF, this treatment has given many couples the joy of becoming parents by having a child. The greatest part about ayurvedic treatment is that it is affordable and has a high success rate.
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