Authors : Pradheep Chhalliyil, Usha Nandini, Neelima Thota
DOI : 10.18231/j.pjms.2022.131
Volume : 12
Issue : 3
Year : 2022
Page No : 708-713
In this study, a case of a 22-year-old married woman with a clinical history of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), recurrent implantation failure was reported and was subsequently diagnosed with adenomyosis. Concurrent symptoms of uterine fibroids or polyps were noted. Meanwhile, the patient had undergone In vitro fertilization (IVF) twice, which was unsuccessful and after that, she neither took any treatment nor was under any medications for almost 3 years. Then the patient and her husband followed the Uni5 treatment regimen for six months and she was medically confirmed as pregnant in August 2017 in the same hospital, where she had previously undergone the IVF procedure. She later gave birth to a healthy baby weighing around two kgs during her 36th week of pregnancy. This case report concludes that the Uni5 treatment regimen can be considered as a holistic, safe, promising, and cost-effective alternative method of treatment for patients who have failed to conceive even after receiving In vitro fertilization (IVF) and Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) treatments and for those who cannot afford such expensive treatment procedures.
Keywords: Uni5, Idiopathic, Infertility, Liver, adenomyosis, Gut microbiota, IVF, IUD, Polyphenols, Polycystic ovarian syndrome