Ayurveda over IVF/ Invitro Fertilization

As we all can see many couples are rushing to IVF centres for infertility issues now a days. But they don't realise that In-Vitro-Fertilization or IVF cannot be a substitute to poor egg quality, sperm quality, cellular health and female reproductive system.

IUI means Intra Uterine Insemination. A procedure in which a fine catheter is inserted through the cervix into the uterus to deposit a sperm sample directly into the uterus.

IVF means In Vitro Fertilization i. e. the process of fertilization takes place artificially, outside the uterus. Then the formed embryo is transferred in patient’s uterus. But the main part of success of IUI or IVF totally depends upon actual implantation of the embryo in the endometrium as implantation in endometrium completes the process of conception.

It is always best to begin any journey toward conception with a Fertility CleanseHormonal support comes from nourishing herbs for the endocrine system; aiding in balancing hormonal levels. The herbal blends also increase circulation to reproductive system while supporting healthy libido.

To increase your IVF success rate, follow this three step strategy.


To increase IVF success naturally, it's crucial to establish healthy eggs and ensure proper embryo implantation. Ayurveda suggests PanchaKarma treatment, known as Beejshudhhi and Sthanshudhhi, to purify ovum, sperm, and uterus, enhancing embryo implantation chances. Patients should undergo Panchakarma treatment before IUI and detoxification as a disease prevention and health maintenance strategy.


After detoxification, focus on providing eggs with necessary nourishment and preparing the uterine lining for implantation through diet and herbs, which can be controlled effectively. Before IVF, start a fertility diet rich in nutrient-dense foods to produce healthy eggs and promote embryo implantation.

Fertility enhancing Ayurveda medicines

Fertility herbs are effective in promoting healthy healing and body changes, including pregnancy preparation, uterine strengthening, infection prevention, hormone balance, and nourishing foods. When combined with lifestyle changes like good diet and exercise, they provide long-term healing.


Should reveal that habits like smoking, drug use, and high caffeine intake can severely impair fertility. There are many other lifestyle factors that contribute as well:

  •  Lack of sleep
  •  Exposure to toxins
  •  Lack of exercise or too much exercise
  •  High stress levels
  •  Certain medications or supplements