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Homeopathic Treatment For Dysmenorrhea (Painful Menstruation)!

Dr. Shweta P Dave 89% (29 ratings)
BHMS- Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery, Md Homoeopathy
Homeopath, Rajkot
Homeopathic Treatment For Dysmenorrhea (Painful Menstruation)!

Pain in the stomach area, back, thighs and legs is very normal during periods. This is known as dysmenorrhea. It is common to the point that almost all females consider it very useful. The truth of the matter is that the pain is not very common. The menstrual cycle is a physiological procedure. There is no requirement for it to be difficult or painful. In case pain happens during periods, it should be dealt with.
Here are a few homeopathic cures that are very useful:

  1. Belladonna: Throbbing pain on the right side of the stomach calls for this cure. Sudden onset, extremely red, thickened, hot and excessive bleeding are one of the major signs. Congestion in the uterus, sinking down sensation, throbbing pain are some other indications that require this cure. The desire for cold water or no thirst at all throughout the day is also one of the signs. Wanting lemons or lemonade and other cold beverages is a very common sign.
     
  2. Chamomilla: The individual might be extremely touchy and hopeless. Exceptional pain shooting down the inner thighs is one of the biggest and most obvious signs. The blood might be dark with substantial clots.
     
  3. Lac Caninum: Painful swelling of the breasts before the period is one of the signs. Pain may substitute from side to side.
     
  4. Lachesis: PMS signs such as bad temper, discouragement, migraine, flushes of warmth all increase with the onset of the blood stream. Serious spasms and cramps, irritation from weight of the dressing are also some of the side effects. Blood might be dark, sparse, knotty and the less the flow, the more the pain.
     
  5. Magnesia Phosphorica: This is a very important cure and is helpful in case you are not certain of what to do, try Mag-phos. When there is a need for you to seek comfort from a hot water bottle all day, it is wrong and calls for this cue. The flow is dark. it can also be cured with hot showers and is more regrettable lying on the right side.
     
  6. Nux Vomica: Pain in lower back with consistent urge to stool. Patient might be cold and exceptionally fractious, restless and furious. A good night’s sleep, resting, light weight clothing are very important. Nux vomica cures the feeling of nausea as well. It also kills the urge to consume cold beverages that cause further clotting.
     
  7. Sabina: Severe spasms stretch out from low back to the bladder, torment reaches out from uterus to thighs in this condition. Blood is bright red and is more often mixed with dull clots. Shooting pain up the vagina and pain while lying on the back are very common as well.
     
  8. Secale: Continuous release of watery dark blood until the menstrual cycle is over. Hence, secale is very helpful.

My last period was on 25 th Dec My period cycle is about 29-30 days Had intercourse on 11,13,15,16 January Is that a perfect time to get pregnant? N after 2 days I got symptoms like Cramping Burning feeling Breast pain Frequent urination.

Dr. Jayvirsinh Chauhan 97% (18079 ratings)
MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
My last period was on 25 th Dec
My period cycle is about 29-30 days
Had intercourse on 11,13,15,16 January
Is that a ...
It may be a little late. It should be from the 12-18 day after the periods. Means from the 7th to 14th jn. Still there are chances.
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Since my 2nd day of periods I am having a kind of sharp cramping on my right hip (just above my buttocks) which I never had before. Today is my 3rd day an`d the flow is scanty, yesterday it was heavy I changed 3 pads. Usually cramps go away on the 3rd day, but I still have the hip cramping. What could be the problem? Is it serious?

Dr. Rajesh Choda 95% (7303 ratings)
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Zirakpur
Since my 2nd day of periods I am having a kind of sharp cramping on my right hip (just above my buttocks) which I nev...
As such doesn't seem serious. But if it persists or repeats in next cycle, you need to contact doctor. As of now go for Ayurvedic med 1+2. Ashokarishta + Patrangasav and 3. Chanderprabha vati, 4. Supari Pak for two weeks minimum. In case you feel to ask more questions, pl contact. There are no side effects. Its female friendly medicine.
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Acute Menstrual Cramps - How To Deal With It?

Dr. Anita K Sharma 90% (44 ratings)
MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Acute Menstrual Cramps - How To Deal With It?

Experiencing menstrual cramps for a few days every month is quite common for every woman. These cramps are commonly accompanied with pain. Menstrual cramps are referred to as dysmenorrhea. This is not a very serious health condition, but still the cramps can cause you pain and distress. You can manage the pain caused by menstrual cramps by making some simple changes and starting some practices. They are as follows:

  1. Dietary Changes: You have to make several dietary modifications to manage menstrual cramps. Reduce fat from your daily diet and consume more vegetables. A low-fat diet helps in reducing the levels of inflammation in your body. These changes will successfully help you to reduce the severity of menstrual cramps. You have to adopt a well-balanced diet.

  2. Medicines: Several painkillers which fall under the non-steroidal and anti-inflammatory groups are prescribed to relieve pain caused by the cramps. These medicines lower the production of prostaglandin that causes menstrual cramps. Inflammation and pain are relieved.

  3. Consume Green Tea: There are certain green teas, which relieve menstrual cramps. Herbal tea has been used since medieval ages for this purpose. Cramp bark is an effective tea used for this reason. Peppermint oil tea is also considered good.

  4. Fish Oil Supplements and Vitamin B1: Fish oil supplements and vitamin B1 help in naturally treating menstrual cramps. You will get quick and long-lasting relief by consuming these.

  5. Acupuncture: Acupuncture can be utilised to treat menstrual cramps. The nervous system gets relaxed, which increases the flow of blood to the internal body organs. Acupuncture assures effective pain relief.

  6. Massage Therapy: You can undergo massage therapy using certain essential oils. This provides great pain relief and is beneficial for menstrual cramps.

  7. Heating Pads: Heating pads provide efficient relief to menstrual cramps. Topically applied heat is also considered to be effective and pain relief is obtained in a short period of time.

  8. Boosting Endorphins: A boost in the endorphins improves your mood and gives relief from menstrual cramps. Endorphins are released when you work out or have an orgasm. Aerobic exercises and stretching techniques should be carried out regularly.

  9. Boosting Magnesium: Boosting the amount of magnesium in your diet helps in relieving pain from menstrual cramps. You can consume food items rich in magnesium or magnesium supplements.

Menstrual cramps usually do not require hospitalisation and you can self-treat it using simple remedies. However, if the pain experienced due to cramps is very severe and does not go away, you must consult a doctor.

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I have a problem of excessive menstrual cramps from starting. Now a days it has turned into severe cramps every month.

Dr. Julie Mercy J David 89% (19405 ratings)
Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
I have a problem of excessive menstrual cramps from starting. Now a days it has turned into severe cramps every month.
Not really as week before period you will not have any fluid discharge and also abdominal cramp might be due to menstrual cycles however this abdominal cramp is quite common in pregnancy women.
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During the summer I woke up and was stretching when it started to feel like my achilles tendon or somewhere around there was super stiff and tight. I thought I had to have torn something because it was terrible pain and I could not walk normal. My dad wrapped it up after about 8 hours of it hurting and soon after it went away literally in the blink of an eye. I had came to the conclusion it was just cramping. All was good until I severely sprained my ankle tumbling. Im a competitive cheerleader so I perform very hard skills that are very hard on my body. I have had a lot of ankle pains from previous sprains for many years, but nothing terrible at all. Anyways, my ankle finally started to feel better and back to normal so I started to slowly get back into things. I was just standing at practice and the same thing happened this did during the summer. I almost collapsed because the pain was so bad. My trainer also thought it was a cramp but started to feel that I strained my achilles. It took over a day but the pain weny from a 9 put of 10 to 0 in the blink of an eye. It happened again about a week ago but only lasted for 10 minutes. Now its happening again, and its been about 9 hours and it still has not gone away. Whenever it happens I try to stretch it out as best as I can but it usually goes away randomly. Also, unlike other achilles injuries, I can walk on my toes perfectly fine, but as soon as I put my heel down, it just feels as if something is tearing. I cannot walk normal and the more I hyper extend my foot the more it hurts. If anyone can please just give me an idea of whats going on or what to do anything would be appreciated. Thanks so much.

Dr. Julie Mercy J David 89% (19405 ratings)
Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
During the summer I woke up and was stretching when it started to feel like my achilles tendon or somewhere around th...
Get treated with Ultrasonic therapy which would directly heal the calcaneal spur (inflammation of the calcaneum bone) which causes the heel pain in majority of the cases. Along with ultrasonic therapy, shortwave diathermy also can be given. Simultaneously it is better to wear MCR chappals (micro cellular rubber) which will help to transfer the weight evenly in the feet so that the weight will be completely felt in the heel area. Simultaneously it is better to wear MCR chappals (micro cellular rubber) which will help to transfer the Plantar Fascitis weight evenly in the feet so that the weight will be completely felt in the heel area. You shall do contrast bath to relieve this pain. Contrast bath is nothing but keeping in one tub hot water (bearable heat) and in another tub cold water Ask your father to apply ice in the painful area which would definitely help to greater extent. If still the pain persists then it is better to keep TENS stimulation at one of the nearby physiotherapy clinics.
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My Gf took ECP levonorgestrel 1.5 mg on 5th Nov Then she had bleeding on 11th Nov. After that She had a cramping pain on left pelvic area on 23rd Nov. She had her next periods on 2nd December The Cramping has recently been INCREASED recently. And CRAMPS aggravates on sitting for some time and Relieved on lying down. She took two Urine pregnancy tests both were NEGATIVE. She Had a USG done on 22nd December of Whole abdomen and Left Pelvic area. It seems to be normal according to the Doctor. How long it may take for the CRAMPS to subside?

Dr. Col V C Goyal 93% (10527 ratings)
CCEBDM, PG Diploma In Clinical Cardiology, MBBS
General Physician, Ghaziabad
1.no alcohol 3. No smoking/ tobacco 4. Diet - no ghee/ butter, have mix of vegetable oils - mustard, til, ground nut, olive oil, have more green vegetables and fruits, have whole grain atta, no fried. Fast. Spicy / processed/ junk food. Less sugar, potato, rice 5. 30 mts brisk walk daily 6. Deep breathing exercise for 10 mts daily 8. Expose your body to sun for 15-20 mts daily after some oil massage to get vit d. 9. Take more water Medicine can not be advised for open question ,for medicine contact on private chat.
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Hi I’m curious if cramping after ovulation is normal? I’m 4-5 dpo and having some quite uncomfortable cramping but I don’t think I’m pregnant.

Dr. Komal Unadkat 89% (210 ratings)
MBBS, DNB, Fellowship in Infertility
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Hi I’m curious if cramping after ovulation is normal? I’m 4-5 dpo and having some quite uncomfortable cramping but I ...
Dear ovulation happens in the middle of the cycle. Sometimes woman can feel pain while ovulating. Pregnancy you can get to know once you are overdue so please confirm which day of your cycle is going on then only I can suggest it's ovulation period or you are pregnant.
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