What is Erectile Dysfunction (ED) or Impotence?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence is the inability to achieve or sustain an erection for satisfactory sexual activity.
Some men have a total inability to achieve an erection, others have an inconsistent ability to achieve an erection, and still others can sustain only brief erections. Many men also are reluctant to discuss erectile dysfunction with their doctors due to embarrassment, and thus the condition is undiagnosed.
Misconception related to Erectile Dysfunction (ED) or Impotence:
Now-a-days, there are lots of misconceptions related to the erectile dysfunction. This presents even among the educated persons. Life-style of present day is very hectic and people do not have mental peace. Stress, depression, and anxiety due to personal or professional reasons might cause lack of libido or lack of sexual urge or pre-mature ejaculation. People most of the time confuse lack of libido or pre-mature ejaculation with the erectile dysfunction. Gradually, this sort of misperception might lead to another complication which is known as performance anxiety, where men become much tensed before going for the sexual activity and causing improper erection or pre-mature ejaculation. Thus there is a continuous vicious circle of the problem created, which might lead to un-necessary social complications. This type of complication cause more anxiety, depression, and stress.
Few Pathological conditions which might cause erectile dysfunction or Impotence:
There are few specific pathological conditions, which can lead to Erectile Dysfunction, such as, aging, diabetes mellitus, high blood pressure or hypertension, different cardiovascular diseases, smoking, nerve or spinal cord damage, low testosterone levels, different substance abuse like heroin, cocaine etc, alcoholism, and different anti-depressant medications.
Complication if un-treated or mal-treated:
In India, Erectile Dysfunction more than a physiological problem, it is a social stigma. Many couples who are suffering from this problem does not want to discuss it with the doctor, causing internal family complications and most of the time it is found that it is not the Erectile Dysfunction, it is something else. So, it remains un-treated most of the time.
In case, it is purely Erectile Dysfunction, the conventional system of medicine does not have proper medication for this problem. There are few medications like sildenafil, vardenafil, tadalafil, but these medicines are having short time benefit and there are some potent side-effects of each of this medication. Regular or continuous taking of these medication might usher lots of health hazards and the patient becomes dependent to such type of medications for lifelong.
In India, there are lot of quack practitioners who are in the name of “Gupt Rog” do the fraudulent practice and lots of persons are being cheated by them.
What is infertility?
Infertility refers to inability to conceive after 12 to 18 months of regular unprotected sex or it also refers to biological inability of a person to contribute to conception or a female who cannot carry a pregnancy to full term.
Infertility happens to 1 out of 6 couple on the average.
Primary infertility: infertility in couple who never had a child.
Secondary infertility: failure to conceive following a previous pregnancy.
As per researches 30 % of infertility cases are due to a problem in male.
As per researches 30 to 40% of cases are due to female.
As per researches 30 to 40% of cases are due to both male and female.
Causes of infertility in male:
• Life style [alcohol, smoking, drugs ]
• Highly ambitious and stressful life.
• Total absence, Poor quality or motility of sperms.
• Problems in erection and ejaculation.
• Sexually transmitted diseases [syphilis ,gonorrhea]
• Complications after disease like mumps.
• Hydrocele and varicocele.
Causes of infertility in female:
• High stress levels, ambitious life and high emotions.
• Life style [smoking, alcohol, lack of physical exercise].
• Age is above 30 yrs.
• Long term use of birth control pills.
• Complication due to previous illness i.e. uterine TB.
• Problems in uterus or fallopian tubes.
• Family history of infertility.
• Sexually transmitted disease.
Homeopathy and infertility:
Homeopathy is holistic system of medicine that stimulates the natural tendency of human body to heal itself.
While treating the patient homeopaths believe the spiritual, emotional, mental, physical factors are interconnected thus a homeopaths gets the complete overview of the patients. A constitutional remedy is then prescribed for that patient as an individual as the treatment takes into account the presenting complaint along with the unique physical, mental and genetic makeup that individualizes a person.
The homeopathic medicines act at the roots of all diseases. They can rectify the hormonal imbalance it can also act on obstructive pathology and can get back them to normalcy homeopathy works by increasing the sperm quantity and quality , improving ovarian cycles getting rid of emotional blockage , stress and helps to deal with depression –anxiety.
Homeopathic treatments effectively and efficiently avoid complicated procedure that follows the common treatments of infertility.
It also cures the side effects of conventional therapy.
Homeopathy can be used by any one even those who are affected by other disorder along with infertility.
If the cause of infertility is clearly known and correct homeopathic medicines are being given result can be seen within 7-8 months.
If you have tried all the treatments with out any success if so you should without any doubt consider homeopathy for some pleasant surprises.
Dos and don’ts of infertility:
• Life style: stay happy and cool and avoid stress full situations wherever you can try to meditate daily you can concentrate over breathing for 5 minutes daily with your partner.
• Take regular but gentle exercise daily such as yoga, swimming, walking.
• Eliminate processed food, alcohol, cigarettes junk food excess tea or coffee. And include fresh organic fruits, vegetables in your diet.
• Relationship: take out more time for each other and talk openly over every issue related to life and future apart from getting or not getting pregnant and try to be with each other in hard situations.
• Make sex more pleasurable than a task to get pregnant plan small holidays for your partner.