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Gynae

High levels of emotional and mental stress, unhealthy lifestyles, poor nutrition, use of chemicals, or contraceptives are some common causes of gynecological problems. Genetics also play a role in causing these problems in some cases. Whether you’re struggling with painful cramps, irregular periods, heavy bleeding during periods, PCOD, or lower abdominal pain; Ayurveda can offer a natural cure. The greatest benefit of Ayurveda for gynecology is the balancing of the three Doshas (Vatta, Pitta, Kapha) that restore the reproductive elements of the female body. According to Ayurveda, a woman's life should be filled with happiness and joy every moment, even during the menstrual cycle. All you need to do is make simple dietary and lifestyle changes to create an optimal balance.

Common Gynae Issues

Endometriosis

The excessive growth of the uterine lining that extends towards other parts of the reproductive system, caused by related issues.

Dysmenorrhoea (Painful Periods)

Women who face terrible pelvic pain during their menstrual cycles are said to have this in either one of two forms.

Menopausal Syndrome

Women between 45-55 years undergo menopause or the complete halting of menstruation. It is natural but brings certain unpleasant changes.

UTI or Urinary Tract Infection

Highly common among women of all age groups, UTI is caused due to a bacterial infection in the anus or vagina.

Fibroids

These are muscular tumors in different dimensions that are found inside the uterus but are seldom cancerous.

PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)

Women with PCOS experience infrequent menstrual cycles and hormonal imbalance due to the presence of cysts on the ovaries.

Ayurvedic Remedies

Balance hormones through a body-energy supportive diet

Help manage stress and adopt a healthy lifestyle

Improve metabolism and strengthen the uterus

Support the body's move toward its natural body rhythms

Work on building the emotional strength of the patient too

Boost the body's natural immunity with proper nutrition

Ayurvedic Remedies

Balance hormones through a body-energy supportive diet

Help manage stress and adopt a healthy lifestyle

Improve metabolism and strengthen the uterus

Support the body's move toward its natural body rhythms

Work on building the emotional strength of the patient too

Boost the body's natural immunity with proper nutrition

FAQs

  • Q. Can Ayurveda help reduce extreme menstrual pain?
  • Ayurveda can provide relief from menstrual cramps through multiple methods. According to the Ayurvedic approach, one must focus on adopting a Sattvic lifestyle to maintain harmony in the body by consuming fresh, seasonal food that is well-cooked and digests easily to provide ample nutrition. Such a lifestyle, combined with improved habits and treating the symptoms through oil treatments and heating pad provide great help in overcoming this problem.
  • Q. Is turmeric good for my PCOS?
  • Turmeric contains curcumin that offers powerful anti-inflammatory effects. It is also highly effective in boosting insulin sensitivity, which is why it is very good for those with PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Another spice useful in this case is cinnamon.
  • Q. Can Ayurveda help in controlling PCOS?
  • Ayurveda is helpful in treating PCOS as it includes herbs that not only boost fertility but promote hormonal balance. For the best results, however, you may need to make changes to your diet and incorporate exercise into your lifestyle.
  • Q. Which foods are helpful during a UTI?
  • Fruits like oranges, cranberries, and blueberries have been known to help those suffering from a UTI. Other useful foods include probiotic yogurt, dark chocolate (both without added sugars), broccoli, spinach, and tomato. Also, drink a lot of water to help flush out toxins.
  • Q. What is menopause? Will I have it someday?
  • Menopause is a completely natural phenomenon that every woman undergoes around the age of 45-55 years. It is marked by a decrease in the levels of ovarian hormones that lead to an end to the menstrual cycle. However, it may also bring certain physical and psychosomatic symptoms that can be managed through Ayurvedic treatments.