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Egg Quality

Egg quality refers to the standard of a woman's eggs. Good egg quality is essential for successful conception and healthy pregnancy. Factors affecting egg quality include age, lifestyle factors like smoking, a sedentary lifestyle, underlying medical conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome, and hormonal imbalances. Lifestyle modifications like exercising, avoiding smoking or alcohol consumption, and eating a balanced diet help improve egg quality and aid in successful conception.

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I have fertility issues and my IVF treatment failed due to average egg quality. Can a Siddha medicine improve my egg quality?

Query: Hi doctor, I am 28 years old and was on IVF treatment, but it failed. All my hormones are normal, but the prolactin level is 195 micrograms per liter. I am taking the tablet Cabergoline 0.25 mg twice a month. I have normal egg growth and a menstrual cycle. My AMH value is four ng/ml. One year ago, h...  Read Full »

Dr. Alka

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I understand your concern. I suggest you follow the following Ayurvedic remedies along with other medications: 1. Take one Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) capsule daily at night, after food, along with half a cup of hot milk, and add ten drops of desi ghee (clarifi...  Read Full »

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