SWRD014-bigBuy now hereFor women, irregular menstrual cycle is an important symptom of infertility. In men, reduced hair growth, loss of sexual desire and reduced sexual performance are possible signs of infertility. These symptoms are often signs of hormonal problems, too.

For women the age of thirty or more that have failed to menstruate for six months, it is advisable to consult a doctor. Beyond that, most couples should give up its attempts to design at least a year before deciding to seek medical attention for infertility.

Package Ingrediants

  • Divya Shivlingi Beej 100 gm
  • Divya Putrajeevaka Beej 100 gm
  • Divya Stri Rasayana Vati 80 gm
  • Divya Chandraprabha Vati 60 gm
  • Divya Rajah Pravartani Vati 60 gm
  • Divya Falghrit 200 gm
  • Divya Dashmool Kvath 200 gm

Mode of Administration

Medicine No.1,2 – Make a fine powder of both, take 1 teaspoon twice daily, an hour before breakfast & dinner with cow’s Milk.
Medicine No.3,4 – 2-2 tabs. From both twice a day. Take after breakfast & dinner with luke-warm water.
Medicine No.5 – 2-2 tabs. Twice a day. Take on empty stomach in the morning & evening with milk.
Medicine No.6 – 1 teaspoon, Twice a day. Take on empty stomach in the morning and evening with cow’s milk.
Medicine No.7 – Boil 1 teaspoon (5 gms.) with 400 ml. of water till 100 ml. remains, strain it out & take after breakfast & Dinner.

Dosage : 1 Month

Causes of Female Infertility

Female infertility is one of the curses of nature that can destroy a marriage. The husband and wife may be vulnerable and severely cut when they learn that one of them is sterile. Although it is incurable, can cause severe despondency and despair of the couple in question.

Once the likely causes of infertility have been identified, treatments can begin. If irregular ovulation or lack of ovulation is the problem, ovulation can be induced with drugs. These drugs are known fertility drugs. It is important to remember that these fertility drugs are useful only if the infertility is caused by a problem with ovulation, but does not help if infertility is caused by something else.

Infertility related to tubal blockage and pelvic adhesions is increasing. An increase in sexually transmitted infections, widespread use of intrauterine devices and the increase in elective abortions, it is believed that all play a role. The infections are gonorrhea and chlamydia. Women with intrauterine contraceptive devices can have low-grade chronic infections and some may develop an acute infection or a pelvic abscess.


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