Hormonal and Infertility Problems

Infertility in men and women usually occurs after the age of 35, which may not show any outward signs. With the right homoeopathic treatment from Dr. Samrat and Dr. Suchi, you and your partner can conceive a child.


Also known as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), PCOD is a chronic hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges. 1 in 10 Indian women suffer with PCOD. PCOD has become a common syndrome among women of all ages. The average age group of women suffering from PCOD is between 18-64 years. There isn’t a permanent cure of PCOD but it can be controlled by lifestyle modification. The flaw in hormonal medicines is that the day you stop taking the medication, the syndrome can start acting on the ovaries again. With Homoeopathic medicine, you will not have to worry about PCOD reaction.


  • Obesity
  • Unwanted or excess facial and body hair growth
  • Excess acne
  • Irregular monthly menstruation cycle
  • Female pattern baldness


The exact cause of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is still unknown and being a chronic syndrome, it has no permanent cure. However it can be treated and cysts growth can be controlled from growing in the ovaries. Homoeopathic medicinal treatment doesn’t have any side effects and doesn’t increase a patient’s dependency on medicine in order to control the hormonal changes. Along with homoeopathic medicine, making lifestyle modifications such as cutting down junk food, doing exercise and other changes will bring fruitful results. To know more about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, its symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, book an appointment with Dr. Samrat and Dr. Shuchi Singh .


Women and men both, produce androgen. However, the amount of androgens produced differs in both men and women. In a female body, the main purpose of androgens is to be converted into female hormones known as estrogen. When the androgen levels increase, it is known as Hyperandrogenism and when the androgen levels decrease in a female body, it is known as Hypoandrogenism.

Irrespective of whether a woman has Polycystic Ovary Disease or not, untreated high level of androgens can result in serious health consequences such as insulin resistance, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and high cholesterol level.

Hirutism is caused due high androgen levels in women. In this, unwanted stiff, dark or coarse hair appears on a woman’s body where they commonly don’t have hair like face, chest, lower abdomen and back. Excess male hair-growth pattern in women is associated with Virilization.

If you or your loved an is facing any of these issues, seek diagnosis and develop a treatment plan with Dr. Samrat and Dr. Shuchi Singh .

Female Sexual Dysfunction

Female Sexual Dysfunction is associated with persistent problems with sexual responses, desire, orgasm or pain during sex.


  • Decreased or low sexual desire
  • Difficulty in sexual arousal
  • Recurring difficulty in achieving orgasm
  • Pain during sexual stimulation or vaginal contact

If persistent sexual problems affect your relationship or worry you, make an appointment with Dr. Samrat and Dr. Shuchi Singh .


The term perimenopause meaning ‘around menopause’ refers to the time during which a female body makes natural transition to menopause, which marks an end of reproductive years. Women got through menopausal transition at different ages. Once you have gone through consecutive 12 months without menstrual period, you’ve reached the menopause stage.

Menopause is a natural, biological process which marks the end of monthly period cycle, after a woman has gone through 12 consecutive months without a menstrual period. It usually occurs when women are in the age group of 40-60 years.


  • Irregular periods
  • Hot flashes
  • Mood swings
  • Tiredness and slow metabolism
  • Vaginal Dryness


Homoeopathy medication can be very effective in managing and treating the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. If you, a friend or a family member has been experiencing symptoms of perimenopause or menopause, book an appointment with Dr. Samrat and Dr. Shuchi Singh .


Gynecomastia is not a serious problem but it can be difficult to cope with this condition. In this condition, the amount of breast gland tissue increases in boys and men. It is caused by the imbalance between the estrogen and testosterone hormones. Gynrcomastia is triggered by decrease in the amount of the hormone testosterone compared with estrogen. It can affect one or both breasts. Several studies reveal it can cause anxiety, reduced self-esteem, eating disorder in boys in their puberty age.


  • Swollen breast tissue
  • Breast tenderness
  • Pain in the affect breast


When the sex glands, known as gonads, produce little or no sex hormones, it is termed as hypogonadism. Sex hormones play a vital role developing secondary sex characteristics in boys/men such as testicular development, pubic hair growth and sperm production. In this condition, body doesn’t produce enough hormones that play a key role in masculine growth and development during puberty.



  • Impaired sexual development
  • Enlarged breasts (Gynecomastia)
  • Decreases testicular size


  • Increased body fat
  • Low muscle mass and strength
  • Low sperm count


The inability to get and keep an erection firm enough for sex is known as erectile dysfunction. However, if an erection trouble occurs rarely or sometimes, it may not be an issue of concern. If the problem persists, is can be an indicator of an underlying health condition and a risk factor of heart diseases.


  • Reduced desire for sexual intercourse
  • Trouble getting an erection
  • Trouble having an erection

When a woman tries to conceive a baby for at least a year and doesn’t get any positive results, it is possible that she is suffering from infertility. Often miscarriages are also a sign of infertility. About a third of the time, there are infertility problems in women and the remaining one third infertility occurs in men. There are several tests through which one can determine whether they have infertility-related problems or not. Fertility in women can result from age, physical or hormonal problems, lifestyle changes, etc. There aren’t necessarily any outward symptoms that might reflect upon infertility problems.


  • Too long-lasting menstrual cycle
  • Too short menstrual cycle


Infertility in  women can be treated once the cause of infertility is diagnosed. Homoeopathy is a natural and slow process with effective results. If you or your partner is experiencing any of the symptoms or have been trying to conceive a baby for a very long time, book an appointment with Dr. Samrat and Dr. Shuchi Singh .

When couples are not able to conceive a child even after frequent, unprotected sexual intercourse for more than a year, the couple may be going through infertility problems. Infertility in men can be caused due to low sperm count or abnormal sperm functioning. Injuries, chronic health problems, lifestyle choices also contribute in causing infertility in men.


  • Difficulty in ejaculation
  • Reduced sexual desire
  • Recurrent respiratory infections
  • Pain or swelling in testicle area


Infertility in men can be treated once the cause of infertility is diagnosed. Homoeopathy is a natural and slow process with effective results. If you or your partner is experiencing any of the symptoms or have been trying to conceive a baby for a very long time, book an appointment with Dr. Samrat and Dr. Shuchi Singh .