Male and Female Holistic Fertility Treatment

If you and your partner are struggling to have a baby, you’re not alone. Millions of people around the world face the same challenge.

Infertility may happen because of a health issue with either you or your partner, or a mix of factors that prevent pregnancy. There are a number of different fertility treatment options available from private fertility clinics, such as fertility drugs and embryo screening to Intrauterine insemination (IUI) and In vitro fertilisation (IVF). However this can be both costly, lengthy and some patients find it to be very intrusive.


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Dr Naylea Choudry is our in house Fertility Specialist and has years of experience helping patients with fertility problems and has put together a holistic treatment package, which includes consultation, bloods, cupping, herbal supplements and sperm test kit if required.
Common causes of male infertility include:

Common causes of male infertility include:

1. **Low Sperm Count:** A lower than normal number of sperm can reduce fertility.

2. **Poor Sperm Motility:** If sperm cannot move effectively, reaching and fertilizing the egg becomes challenging.

3. **Abnormal Sperm Shape (Morphology):** Sperm with irregular shapes may have difficulty penetrating the egg.

4. **Erectile Dysfunction:** Difficulty in achieving or maintaining an erection can impact fertility.

5. **Varicocele:** Enlarged veins in the testicles can affect sperm production.

6. **Hormonal Imbalances:** Issues with hormone levels, such as testosterone or thyroid hormones, can impact fertility.

7. **Genetic Factors:** Certain genetic conditions can lead to infertility.

8. **Infections:** Infections like sexually transmitted infections can affect sperm production and function.

9. **Environmental Factors:** Exposure to toxins, radiation, or excessive heat can harm sperm.

10. **Lifestyle Factors:** Factors like smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, drug use, and stress can negatively impact fertility.

Identifying the specific cause is crucial for developing an appropriate treatment plan. If a couple is experiencing fertility issues, both partners should undergo fertility assessments. Seeking guidance from a fertility specialist or healthcare professional is recommended. 


Common causes of female infertility include:
1. **Ovulation Disorders:** Irregular or absent ovulation can make it difficult to conceive.

2. **Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS):** A hormonal disorder that can affect ovulation and

3. **Fallopian Tube Blockage or Damage:** Hinders the movement of the egg to the uterus
or the sperm to the egg.

4. **Endometriosis:** A condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows
outside the uterus, impacting fertility.

5. **Uterine Issues:** Abnormalities in the uterus, such as fibroids or polyps, can affect

6. **Age-related Decline in Fertility:** Fertility tends to decrease with age, especially after 35.

7. **Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID):** Infections affecting the reproductive organs can
cause scarring and infertility.

8. **Thyroid Disorders:** Imbalances in thyroid hormones can disrupt the menstrual cycle
and fertility.

9. **Structural Abnormalities:** Congenital or acquired structural issues in the reproductive
organs may impact fertility.

10. **Lifestyle Factors:** Smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, poor diet, and high
stress levels can contribute to infertility.

Diagnosing and addressing the specific cause is essential for effective fertility treatment. If a couple is struggling with infertility, consulting with a fertility specialist or healthcare professional is recommended.