“My periods are very regular since my puberty, but irregular for the past
three years…”

“I experience terrific pain every month, even after D& C, I have more
pain”.

       Menstrual problems are very common, No woman escapes from some sort of disorders. Menstruation is a part of women’s life and it is a healthy phenomenon although healthier have its inconveniences and annoyances during menstruation. Some women get irregular periods or periods that come regularly but with longer intervals in between. Others have a "flood" of blood each month, which makes normal life difficult and potentially embarrassing. A few women have a combination of problems! Unusual periods do not necessarily mean there is anything wrong with you, but may be very annoying. Spotting, premenstrual tension is common during this time. Headache, giddiness, acne, heaviness in breast are also commonly experienced by woman.

 

What is menstruation?

    Menstruation is the shedding of the lining of the uterus, which is called as endometrium accompanied by bleeding. It occurs in approximately monthly cycles throughout a woman's reproductive life, except during pregnancy. Menstruation starts during puberty and stops permanently at menopause.
    The menstrual cycle begins with the first day of bleeding, which is counted as day first. The cycle ends just before the next menstrual period. Menstrual cycle normally ranges from about 25 to 36 days. Only few of women have cycle that are exactly 28 days. Menstrual bleeding lasts for 3 to 7 days, averaging 5 days. Blood loss during a cycle usually ranges from ½ to 2½ ounces. Menstrual blood, unlike blood resulting from an injury, usually does not clot unless the bleeding is very heavy.

       The menstrual cycle is regulated by hormones. Luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone, which are produced by the pituitary gland, promote ovulation and stimulate the ovaries to produce estrogen and Progestrone. Estrogen and Progestrone stimulate the uterus and breasts to prepare for possible fertilization.
Pituitary, Ovaries and uterus should be healthy to menstruate regularly. Pituitary is controlled by hypothalamus, which can alter its function to our emotions such as shock, fear. In many cases mental illness would change the hormonal imbalance.

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Clinical evidences

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       Primary amenorrhoea…No hormones!
       Secondary amenorrhoea …safe, natural way of treatment
       DUB… opt treatment Homoeopathy
       Painful periods … homoeopathy finds solution
       PCOD with irregular periods…homoeopathy finds solution
       PCOD with Hirsutism…great scope
       PCOD with Female pattern Baldness … response good
       PCOD with fibroid … responded to homoeopathic treatment
       PCOD with Hypothyrodism ... total solution
       Haemorrhagic cyst in ovary … treated
       Dermoid Cyst in ovary … successful response
       Endometriosis … homoeopathy suits recurrence
       Uterine growth fibroid…clinical evidence
       Bulky Uterus with Seedling fibroid… hysterectomy avoided
       Cyst in the Breast disappeared…
       Fibroadenosis in the both breast resolved