Indian Journal of Research in Homoeopathy

Corresponding Author

Amulya Sahoo


Fallopian tube blockage, Female infertility, Homoeopathy, Hysterosalpingography

Article Type

Case Series


Introduction: Infertility is characterised by the failure to establish a clinical pregnancy after 12 months of regular and unprotected sexual intercourse. The prevalence of infertility in the general population is about 9–18%. Out of several causes of infertility, the tubal factor plays a role in 15.4% of cases. Homoeopathy is a gentle and effective mode of treatment. A few previous studies indicate that homoeopathy is a useful method of treatment for the treatment of infertility cases. Cases Summary: Four cases of female infertility due to blockage of fallopian tubes treated at Dhabaleswar Homeo Clinic, Cuttack, are presented herewith. The cases were treated successfully with individualised homoeopathic medicines. After the treatment, all patients conceived normally and delivered healthy babies. The medicines used were Sepia, Sulphur and Medorrhinum in centesimal potencies. Difficult cases of infertility with fallopian tube blockage are thus treatable and women can attain pregnancy with the help of homoeopathic treatment.

Digital Object Identifier



Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy

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Homeopathy Commons








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