Dr. Sweta Panda’s Approach to Infertility: A Case Study


Infertility is defined clinically as not being able to achieve pregnancy after having had one year of regular, unprotected coitus.

Ritu, Kshetra, Ambu, Beeja are garbha sambhava samagri as per our Ayurved samhita. These are important for conception. Infertility occurs if there is any abnormalities in these garbha sambhava samagri.

Case Study

A couple married from 5 years trying for their pregnancy.


Age 33
Profession IT employee
Complain Lower abdominal pain, Pigmentation in legs, Bilateral grade 3 varicocele, Oligospermia, BP fluctualtion


Age 27
Profession Homemaker
Complain Irregular periods from 8 years, One miscarriage, History of depression (on medication)

Case Study – Wife Initial Reports

Case Study – Husband Initial Reports

case study- treatment plan

Husband (Treatment)

Abhyanga + Shirodhara 5 days
Virechana 5 days
Yoga vasti 8 days
Uttara vasti 5 days
Medicine Ksherbala + Brahmi Taila, Mahakalyanaka Ghrita + Sukumaram, Sahacharadi Taila, Dhanwantharam Ksherpakam, Sahacharadi 21 avarthi

Wife (Treatment)

Virechana 7 days
Vasti 8 days
Uttara vasti 3 cycle (5 days/cycle)
Medicines Mahakalyanaka Ghrita + Phalasarpi Ghrita, Dhanwantharam Ksherpakam, Mahanarayan + MD Forte

Case Study – Prescription Medicine


Myavel Q 300
Gandharvahastadi Kashayam
Vericolite Ointment/Tablet
Punarnavadi Kashayam
Avipattikar Churna
Vericolite Ointment/Tablet


Sukumaram Kashayam
Kanchanar Guggulu
Ovazee Tablet
Gandharvahastadi Castor Oil
Brahmi Perls

Case Study – Result

After the treatment of 3 months, she got pregnant. Since she had an earlier miscarriage, I had prescribed her phalasarpi + laptadin tablets throughout the pregnancy.

In between she was diagnosed covid +ve, but it was under control through ayurvedic medication

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