Endometriosis, Homoeopathy, Infertility, Poor ovarian reserve, Silicea, Syphilinum
A 37-year-old woman, being married for 6 years, presented to the homoeopathic outpatient department, after treatment of infertility by a gynaecologist for few years. She had a past history of emergency ovarian cystectomy for endometriosis 1 year after her marriage. Her subsequent infertility workup revealed hydrosalpinx with one-sided tubal block along with the evidence of poor ovarian reserve. Her husband's semen analysis was normal and was advised for donor-ovum in vitro fertilisation. At this point, she was treated with constitutional homoeopathic medicine following the miasmatic analysis with the holistic concept of Homoeopathy over 6 months. Treatment started with Silicea and later switched to Syphilinum. She conceived normally after that and subsequently delivered a healthy baby at full term. This case shows the positive role of classical homoeopathic treatment on subfertility.
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Parveen S, Bhaumik H. Effect of individualised Homoeopathy in the treatment of infertility. Indian J Res Homoeopathy 2018;12(4):231-239. doi: 10.4103/ijrh.ijrh_33_18