Homoeopathy, Individualised homoeopathic medicine, Infertility
Introduction: Infertility is the inability to achieve a successful pregnancy within 2 years of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. About 8–12% of couples of reproductive age experience infertility worldwide. Infertility may result from any underlying pathology or unexplained causes and can cause severe emotional disturbances in both partners. The complexity and cost of conventional treatment may not be affordable for a majority of people. Case Summary: Three cases of infertility with an underlying pathology successfully treated with standalone homoeopathic treatment are reported. These cases presented with a structural deformity as a cause of infertility. The patients partners were also given homoeopathic medicines in all the cases. The first case showed a long liquefaction time on semen analysis and the female partner had a unilateral tubal block. The second case investigation reported ipsilateral varicocele and small-sized testes with oligospermia. In the third case, the female had polycystic ovarian syndrome with a sub-septate uterus and multinodular goitre. All three cases were treated with individualised homoeopathic medicine. All these cases were followed up regularly and they conceived within 6 months of treatment.
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Rajachandrasekar B, Sunny A. The usefulness of homoeopathic medicines for infertility – A case series. Indian J Res Homoeopathy 2022;16(2). doi: 10.53945/2320-7094.1048