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Menstrual Cramps: Treatment, Procedure, Cost and Side Effects

What is the treatment?

Menstrual cramps occur during menstruation. They refer to the pain in the lower abdomen caused by the contracting of the uterine walls and the shedding of the lining. Recent studies have shown that the pain that a woman goes through during periods can be equivalent to the pain that is experienced during a heart attack. It is not uncommon for women to pass out or get nauseas because of the severity of the pain. This is why it is wise to seek out treatment.

The main course of treatment for menstrual pains is painkillers. There are various painkillers available in the market that are designed specifically to work on pain caused by menstruation. For people with very heavy bleeding, the treatment goes beyond just treating the pain and often patients are given hydrating fluids to combat the loss of blood.

Menstruation comes with its own set of symptoms for different women. This is why a treatment that may work for one person may not work for someone else. Therefore, there is a little bit of trial and error that is required as you explore the various treatment options available to you. Though that might take some time, it’s important to note that these treatments are highly effective and can relieve you of your painful symptoms in no time.

How is the treatment done?

For some women, the menstrual cramps can start a few days before their period does while for others, they start on the first day of bleeding. Whichever the case may be, if the pain is severe, there is no shame in seeking out treatment. You can consult with your general doctor or go to your gynaecologist to find treatment options that suit your cycle properly. Once you know what your treatment is, you can administer it yourself every month.

If you visit a gynaecologist, he or she will ask you questions about your cycle, its duration, and severity of the pain. Sometimes, an ultrasound might be recommended to rule out any other problems that may be leading to the pain. Once it is determined that it is just menstrual cramps, then you will be prescribed painkillers. More often than not, these painkillers are available over the counter and do not require a prescription. The exact dosage and pill will depend on your medical history. You may even be asked to drink oral rehydrating fluids during your menstrual cycle if your bleeding is extremely heavy and causes weakness. You can get the pills every month at your local drug store.

Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)

If you normally suffer from severe menstrual cramps, you should consult with a doctor regardless of whether or not you are on your period. You can begin the treatment as advised.

Who is not eligible for the treatment?

Most menstrual cycles cause a certain amount of pain. However, if you are not accustomed to severe pain since it is not a part of your normal cycle, then you should consult with a doctor regarding it. This pain might be caused due to a different condition that you may be suffering from and may not necessarily have anything to do with your period. In this case, you are not eligible to seek out this treatment.

Are there any side effects?

Painkillers come with a few side effects. The most common ones are drowsiness, slight confusion, and the urge to sleep. Depending on the strength of the dosage and your body’s reaction, you may or may not experience all of these side effects.

What are the post-treatment guidelines?

As menstrual cramps reoccur on a monthly basis, the trick is to follow the treatment every time you need it. Other than that, there are no post treatment guidelines that you need to worry about.

How long does it take to recover?

Once you’ve had the medication, it can take anywhere between 30 minutes to an hour for the effects to kick in. If it takes longer than that or does not work at all, you should consult with your doctor for a different treatment.

What is the price of the treatment in India?

Most painkillers range in price between Rs. 50 – Rs. 200.

Are the results of the treatment permanent?

Menstrual cramps occur every month along with your cycle. Thus the results of the treatment are not permanent.

What are the alternatives to the treatment?

There are many home remedies that you can look at to resolve your menstrual cramps. For mild to moderate cramps, you can use a hot water bottle and place it on your abdomen to soothe the muscles beneath. This can be quite effective. Chewing ginger is also known to ease menstrual cramps. You can also consume tea prepared with honey, turmeric, and ginger to soothe the pain that you are feeling. Keeping your diet light and enjoying a warm bath and can also help you with the pain you are experiencing. There are also a few herbal remedies that can help you. Burning different types of essential oils such as clary sage oil, lavender oil, and rosemary oil can help you as these oils have the properties of an emmenogogue, which means they not only stimulate menstruation but also help with the symptoms of PMS and menstrual cramps.

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Periods - After Oscar Success, Should It Be A Taboo Anymore?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
General Physician, Faridabad
Periods - After Oscar Success, Should It Be A Taboo Anymore?

Where "Periods" are still considered a taboo in our society, at least in rural parts of the country, a documentary created on the same subject named "Period. End Of Sentence" has won the Oscar in the Documentary Short Subject category at the 91st Academy Awards.

The film, based on menstruation, is set in rural India. It has been directed by Rayka Zehtabchi and produced by Sikhya Entertainment, a production house owned by an Indian Guneet Monga.

Similar to the Akshay Kumar-starrer "PadMan", the short film is aimed at the upliftment of women who are considered filthy when they are on their periods. This mentality is prevalent mostly among uneducated people, who do not understand that regular periods are a sign of good reproductive health of a woman.

Here we will be discussing everything about menstruation and how do abnormal periods affect a woman. Read on:

A menstrual period usually occurs in every 28 days, but generally, it can range from 21 days to 35 days. Anything below or beyond these numbers is considered to be abnormal menstruation. This continues for three to seven days in different women.

Common problems related to menstruation include:

  1. Periods occurring in less than 21 days or more than 35 days
  2. Missing three or more periods in a row
  3. Heavier or lower menstrual flow than normal
  4. Periods lasting longer than seven days
  5. Periods accompanied by pain, cramping, nausea or vomiting
  6. Bleeding or spotting that happens between periods after menopause

Common diseases which are related to abnormal menstruation:

  • Amenorrhea - In this condition, the suffering woman's periods stop completely. The absence of periods for 90 days or more is considered abnormal unless a woman is pregnant, breastfeeding or going through menopause (which generally occurs between the age of 45 and 55 years). Young women who haven't started menstruating by the age of 15 or 16 or within three years after their breasts begin to develop are also considered to have amenorrhea.
  • Oligomenorrhea - This condition refers to when periods occur infrequently.
  • Dysmenorrhea - This condition refers to very painful periods and severe menstrual cramps.

Causes of abnormal menstruation:

There can be many causes of abnormal periods. Some of them include:

  1. Stress and lifestyle factors: Losing or putting on weight, dieting, changes in exercise routine, travel, illness or some other changes in a women’s daily life may lead to abnormal menstruation.
  2. Birth control pills: Most of the birth control pills possess a combination of hormones estrogen and progestin. These pills can hugely impact menstruation. Some women have irregular or missed periods for up to six months after discontinuing birth control pills.
  3. Fibroids: Fibroids or uterine polyps are small benign (noncancerous) growths in the uterus lining. These tumours are usually benign, but they can lead to heavy bleeding and pain during menstruation.
  4. Endometriosis: Endometriosis happens when the endometrial tissue begins growing outside the uterus. Endometriosis may cause abnormal bleeding, cramps or pain before and during periods. It may also lead to painful sex.
  5. Pelvic inflammatory disease: Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a type of bacterial infection that affects the female reproductive system. Symptoms of PID are a heavy vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odour, irregular periods, pain in the pelvic and lower abdominal areas, fever, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.
  6. Polycystic ovary syndrome: Women suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) sometimes suffer from irregular periods or stop menstruating completely.
  7. Premature ovarian insufficiency: This condition is mostly faced by the women under the age of 40 whose ovaries have stopped functioning properly. In this condition, menstrual cycle stops just like menopause.

Other causes of abnormal menstruation include:

  • Uterine or cervical cancer.
  • Consumption of steroids or anticoagulant drugs (blood thinners).
  • Medical conditions which include bleeding disorders, an under or overactive thyroid gland or pituitary disorders that affect hormonal balance.
  • Complications related to pregnancy, including miscarriage or an ectopic pregnancy (the fertilized egg is implanted outside the uterus).

How to diagnose abnormal menstruation?

The first thing to do if you want to diagnose abnormal periods is to keep an accurate record of when your period begins and ends. The patient must also keep a close watch on large blood clots and amount of flow. Tracking bleeding between periods, menstrual cramps and pain may also be of help in diagnosing menstrual irregularity.

Your doctor will first conduct a physical examination, including a pelvic exam and sometimes a Pap test. Then he/she might also ask you to undergo certain tests that include:

  1. Blood test
  2. Vaginal cultures
  3. Pelvic ultrasound
  4. Endometrial biopsy

How is abnormal menstruation treated?

  1. Regulation of the menstrual cycle: The doctor may prescribe estrogen or progestin to control heavy bleeding.
  2. Pain control: If you are having mild or moderate pain or cramps, the doctor may ask you to take over-the-counter pain killer, such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen. Taking a warm bath or shower or using a heating pad might help in relieving cramps.
  3. Uterine fibroids: These are treated medically or surgically. Initially, fibroids are treated with over-the-counter pain relievers, but when these medications do not produce desired results, then the doctors may go for the surgical procedure.
  4. Endometriosis: Although there is no cure for endometriosis, over-the-counter or prescription pain relievers are used to reduce the pain and discomfort. The doctors take necessary action as per the severity of the problem.

How to prevent abnormal periods?

There are some self-care measures that can be taken to reduce the chances of abnormal menstruation. Have a look at them:

  • Making some lifestyle changes such as moderate exercising and eating low-fat food. If you want to lose weight, do not make drastic changes to your diet which may impact your calorie and food intake.
  • Take adequate rest.
  • Apply some stress reducing and relaxation techniques.
  • Cut back on prolonged and intense exercise routines.
  • Use contraceptive pills or other methods as directed by the doctor.
  • Change your sanitary napkins in every 4-6  hours to avoid toxic shock syndrome and prevent infections.
  • Make regular visits to a doctor. 

Now, it is high time all of us should stop considering periods as a taboo and let the women of our society speak and live with it freely to ensure a happier and healthier life.

Menstruation And Problems Associated!

MD - Bio-Chemistry, MF Homeo (London), DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery), BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
Menstruation And Problems Associated!
Menstruation Related Diseases
1. Menses remit a day or two then return - ferrum m. 
2. Menses late for several months - kali carb. 
3. Menses ceases on laying - cactus. 
4. Menses cease suddenly - cocc ind. 
5. Menses ceases after walking - lilium tel.
6. Menses scanty lasting only one our - euphrasia, psorinum. 
7. Menses profuse in young women - kali b
8. Menses early profuse like muddy water - nit ac.
9. Menses bright red if early and dark if late - calc phos. 
10. Menses offensive like semen - stramonium, sulph. 
11. Menses very dark stain difficult to wash off - med. 
12. Menses with joint pains - sabina 
13. Menses with neuralgic pain in the body - kalm. 
14. Menses suppressed with asthma - pulsatilla, spongia. 
15. Menses with rectal symptoms - erig. 
16. Menstrual bleeding from hard stool - ambr, lycopodium.
17. Menses ceases while sitting - kreos. 
18. Menses only when urinating - m aust 
19. Menstrual flow aggravated from lifting - kreos. 
20. Menses suppressed with jaundice - chion. 
21. Menses suppressed from weakness - nux m. 
22. Menses suppressed from fever - cimic. 
23. Menses suppressed from warm bathing - aeth. 
24. Menses suppressed from grief - ign, nat m. 
25. Menses suppressed during diabetes - uran n. 
26. Menses suppressed by putting hands in cold water - conium, lac d. 
27. Menses suppressed by drinking milk - lac d. 
28. Menses from fright - opium. 
29. Menses bring toothache - ant cr. 
30. Menses only lying down - mag c, kreos. 
31. Menses lingering - sabina 
32. Menses scanty - graph. 
33. Headache during menses - nat m 
34. Spasms during menses - caulo, cimis, mag phos. 
35. All ailments disappeared during menses - lach, zinc
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Know The Advantages Of Menstrual Cups Over Tampons!

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
Know The Advantages Of Menstrual Cups Over Tampons!

A menstrual cup is a flexible cup designed out of medical grade silicone or rubber, which can be inserted inside the vagina. It is not used for absorbing blood; rather it collects the menstrual blood.

Advantages of menstrual cups over tampons

  1. Tampons are disposable. Menstrual cups can be cleaned, rinsed and reused.
  2. Need not be changed after every few hours. One can go without changing a menstrual cup for more than 12 hours.
  3. Easier to use compared to a tampon. The insertion is smoother and it is generally not very uncomfortable if insertion is done correctly.
  4. The menstrual cups need not be replaced frequently. Tampons however are needed in large numbers every month.
  5. Tampons absorb almost all the vaginal fluid, leaving it dry and prone to irritation. Menstrual cups on the other hand, leave the beneficial bacteria in place and maintain vaginal pH.
  6. Menstrual cups help prevent menstrual odours as it is present internally.

Reasons why you should use menstrual cups
Menstrual cups rarely cause allergic reactions, unlike tampons. One menstrual cup lasts an entire day, month and even years. They are also the most environment friendly choice as there is no need to dispose them after every use. They prevent staining, leakage and do not increase muscle cramps. There is no risk of TSS (Toxic Shock Syndrome) from menstrual cups, which is a major risk from leaving tampons inside the body for too many hours. Menstrual cups are also helpful if you are a swimmer. They don’t make things difficult for you at all. Menstrual cups are made from 100% medically approved silicone and not cotton or rayon. If you are unable to use tampons, you may choose menstrual cups as the insertion is generally smoother. However, it completely depends on individual preference. Menstrual cups also reduce the bulk of having to carry like sanitary napkins during travel, and urgent needs to change. Thus it makes a long journey worry free. No matter what protective measures you take, remember to be comfortable. Try and maintain a diet rich in nutrients, that can help regulate the blood flow and prevent painful blood clots. Also, it is important to remain physically active to prevent muscle cramps and back pain.

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5 Tips To Get Rid Of Menstrual Cramps!

Advanced Infertility, MIS TRAINING, FICMCH, PGDS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, Masters in Reproductive Medicine(UK)
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
5 Tips To Get Rid Of Menstrual Cramps!

More than half of the women who menstruate, tend to go through pain from period cramps for a day or two every month. During the menstrual cycle, the uterus contracts to remove its coating or lining. Hormone like substances, called prostaglandins, which are the cause for pain and aggravation, trigger the uterine muscle contractions. More elevated levels of prostaglandins are linked with more severe menstrual cramps.

While menstrual cramps, additionally called dysmenorrhea, are normally not an indication of a highly serious health condition, they can act as barriers in your daily lifestyle. To help with the pain, here are five things that may offer some relief. In case your period cramps appear to be extreme or you do not get help even after attempting some of these choices, check with your specialist for the required medication or treatment. Five ways to prevent severe menstrual cramps are:

  1. Exercise: A regular walk or any sort of physical movement can relieve you from the abdomen and thigh pain. This discharges endorphins to balance the prostaglandins and diminish your cramps. Exercising a little three to four times each week is useful for the general strength of your body.
  2. Apply a heating pad: Warmth unwinds the contracting muscles in your uterus, which is the reason for your pain. There are a number of over-the-counter warming pads and cushions, or electric, reusable heating bags.
  3. Drink chamomile teaCertain teas may calm menstrual cramps. Teas have been used traditionally and can offer relief from pain. Chamomile tea is one of the most effective teas among many others. It tends to increase the hippurate element in your body, which is a natural anti-inflammatory agent. Mitigating agents diminish the prostaglandin formation in the body, accordingly assisting in pain relief from menstrual cramps.
  4. Improve your dietVitamin D is vital in decreasing menstrual cramps. Decreasing your fat intake and eating more vegetables as a part of your diet may ease the pain. Low-fat food and less carbs help your health by and large, even as they can have an obvious impact on menstrual issues. Swap less solid fats like the saturated fats found in junk food, for more healthy ones like unsaturated fats found in olive oil. Getting more dietary magnesium appears to relieve the pain as well. Magnesium directs better nerve and muscle functioning, among other crucial functions.
  5. Massage with essential oils: Using certain sweet-smelling oils and massaging them can likewise soothe menstrual pain. Dilute lavender, clary sage, or marjoram to a three percent concentration in an unscented cream. The duration of pain can be lessened from two and a half to one day after self-massaging with these essential oils.
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Menstrual Disorders - 5 Reasons Behind It!

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, PGD Ultrasonography
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
Menstrual Disorders - 5 Reasons Behind It!

Menstrual disorders are caused by a variety of factors and affect every woman in a different manner. In most cases, it manifests itself in the form of fluctuations in menstrual flow and irregularity in the monthly cycle. Certain disorders are not too severe and can be easily alleviated. Others are more complicated and require the immediate attention of a gynecologist.

As mentioned, there are different specific causes of different kinds of disorders resulting from a range of factors such as hormone levels, functioning of the central nervous system, health of the uterus, etc.

Some of the most common causes of menstrual disorders are as follows:

  1. Hormonal imbalance: Fluctuating hormone levels in the body have a direct impact on the menstrual cycle. These fluctuations can be caused by dysfunction in the pituitary gland, thyroid gland or adrenal gland. It can also be a result of malfunction in either or both ovaries and the secretion of hormones originating there.

  2. Anatomic problems: One fourth menstrual disorders are caused by problems of the anatomy. These include various gynecological issues like the presence of uterine fibroids and polyps, reduced uterine contractile strength, adenomyosis (intrusion of uterine tissue into the muscular wall of the uterus), a uterus with an excessively large surface area, and endometrial cancer.

  3. Clotting irregularities: Abnormality in clotting is a cause of heavy menstrual bleeding in women. It leads to exceeding blood loss from minor cuts and gashes and makes one easily prone to bruising. This may also include medical conditions such as thrombocytopenia (platelet dysfunction) and Von Willebrand disease.

  4. Medications and supplements: There is a wide range of medications and nutritional or hormonal supplements which often cause menstrual disorders in women and lead to fluctuations in the menstrual cycle. These include medicines such as aspirin, ibuprofen, estrogen pills, Vitamin E supplements etc.

  5. Miscellaneous factors: These are comparatively rare and require a greater degree of medical attention. It includes conditions such as cervical cancer, ovarian tumors, liver and kidney diseases, uterine infections, extreme psychological stress, obesity, etc. Incidents such as miscarriages and unsuspected pregnancies are also known to cause abnormal menstrual bleeding.

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Popular Questions & Answers

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.

MBBS, DNB, Fellowship in Infertility
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
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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I am 26 years old I have taking a mifegest kit last 6 days before. I have continually cramps & bleeding at 6th days. How maney day it can happen.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
After taking mifegest bleeding usually lasts 3-7 days ,initially it's heavy gradually the flow of bld decreased. If you're still having heavy bleeding consult a doctor.
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I have been experiencing period cramps for over a month yet my period did not come. I am on birth control and have been using it for over a year.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
It is due to side effects of birth control pills. You can consult gynaecologist for further guidance.
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Hi Mam, I'm 24 years old. And I was under pregnancy treatment for a month. And today I got my periods as usual 31 day cycle. But i'm not at all bleeding. I had very mild drops of blood like 2 drops. That to watery. But i'm having a cramps. Because of cramps i'm confirming I got my periods. From yesterday night onwards i'm having these cramps. What would be the reason. Please can anyone answer.

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
Hi mam or sir doubt you need to  consult gynac specialist in  person so that they wil  explain in detail. Thanks  take care. Bell 3c 4tims day for 10 days mag phos 6c 3tims day for 10 days chamomile 12c 3tims day for 10 days rhus tox 12c 3tims day for 10 days cal phos 12c 3tims day for 10 days.
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I am 20 years old and having excessive cramps on periods so I used 1 meftal spas ,then it give relief for 5 or 6 hours .may I take another tablet? Is it safe? People saying it's harmful to take tablets on periods it will leads to complications in future, is it right?

BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
Hi, Meftalspas is an antispasmodic whose action remains for 6-8hours in the body. It just gives symptomatic relief. Good Ayurvedic treatment is available for this, which has to be taken for 3 consecutive menstrual cycles. If interested, please consult me in privately.
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What is the treatment?
How is the treatment done?
Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)
Who is not eligible for the treatment?
Are there any side effects?
What are the post-treatment guidelines?
How long does it take to recover?
What is the price of the treatment in India?
Are the results of the treatment permanent?
What are the alternatives to the treatment?
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Hello!

I am Dr Nikhil D Datar I am a senior gynaecologist practicing in the area of Mumbai. I am attached to Cloudnine hospital, lifewave hospital and Yashoda hospital which is situated in Malad and Goregaon area in Mumbai.

Today I am going to give you some kind of information about a very common problem that women face and that problem is excessive heavy and sometimes irregular bleeding during or in between your periods. Well this is a very common problem that is found and many a times women tend to neglect this problem. Now first of all it is very important to understand that excessive menstrual fluid or blood loss is not good for the health and that's why it is very important that you visit the doctor and get yourself treated. The commonest cause of anaemia that means less of haemoglobin in the body is because of this problem. So that's why it is very important to find the causes of the problem and also treat the problem. Very commonly we find problems of fibroids, problem of adenomyosis, problems of endometrial hyperplasia which is thickening of the lining of the uterus and hormonal imbalances being the causes of such a kind of situation. But women unnecessarily get worried they think that something is going to wrong with them and that's why they don't come to the doctor, so they should go to the doctor because treatment for these type of problems are relatively very-very easy, extremely safe and even if occasionally, the small surgery is required you will recover and go back to your house just in a span of 3 days. There are so many good medications that are available today that simple medical treatment or taking tablets can also help you significantly. So my request to all of you is do not shy away from going to gynaecologist, do or through check up find out the cost and very easily get yourself treated. It is very important that you live a very healthy and a very fruitful life at all points of time. On Lybrate platform you can book a consultation appointment or even do an online chatting with me.

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Hi! Mai Dr. Charu Agarwal, ek Ayurvedacharya hun. Aaj mai aapse baat krna chahti hun menstrual irregularities ke bare mei. Menses ek detoxification process hai, jis se uterine cavity clean hoti hai. Masik dharam ki aniyamtta, iske piche bhut sare kaaran ho sakte hain. Kuch logon ko periods bahut jldi jldi ate hai aur kisi ko bhut late ate hai. Kisiko kam or kisiko jyada bleeding ho skti hai. Iske piche bhut se kaaran hote hain, jaise aap jante hain isme hormonal imbalance rehta hai. To hum ayurveda me iske piche jo karan mante hain, ya iski jo chikitsa krte hain, uske bare mei hum aaj baat krenge. Jaise ki kisi kisi ko periods bhut jldi ate hain ya bhut jyada din tak bleeding hoti hai ya heavy flow hota hai. To usme kahin na kahin hum kaaran mante hain pitt ko, heat ko. Kuch log hote hain jo bahut jyada garam chizen ya khatti chizen ya namkeen chizen, is tarha ki chizen bahut jyada khate hain. Fast food, bahar ka golgappe, tikki to is se, specially during menses, periods ke time pe ye sab chizen jyada khane se, aapki body me heat badh skti hai, garmi badh skti hai. Heat badhne ke or bhi kaaran ho skte hain jaise ki aapka gussa andar hi dabba lena, ya fir stressful life. To in sab kaarano se aapko hormonal imbalance ho sakta hai. Periods ka jldi jldi aana ya heavy bleeding ho sakti hai. Uski vajha se aapko khoon ki kami bhi ho sakti hai. Iske liye sabse pehle aapko koi bhi garam chiz ya khatti chizen, namkeen chizen, inka sewan rokna chahiye. Iske alawa dusri taraf hum dekhen to stress se hi kuch logon ko periods ka flow proper nhi hota. Jaise kuch log kehte hain ki unko ek hi din sirf bleeding aati hai. Kisi kisi ko periods bhut prolonged ho jati hai. Jaise kisi kisi ko bhut lambe duration ke baad aate hain. Ya fir periods kisi ko aate hi nhi hai. Iske piche kayi bar kaaran khoon ki kami bhi ho skta hai. Ya dusra kaaran agar hum dekhe to kuch log bhut thandi chizon ka ya bhari bhojan ka bhut jyada sewan krte hain, uss se cough ka body me prakope ho skta hai or body ke channels block ho skte hain. Jaise apne dekha hoga PCOD ke case me ya hypothyrodism mei, inn chizon mei generally blockage rehta hai or aap weight gain karte chale jate hain. Vajan badhta hai or periods proper time pe nhi aate. Hum aapko ayurvedic medicines dete hain jis se aapka cleaning ho. Ye dono chizen hormonal imbalance se related hain. Lekin in dono ke kaaran alag alag hain. To hume pehle kaaran ka nivaran karna hoga. Aur sabse jyada important hai aapka khan peen acha hona chahiye. Healthy lifestyle hona chahiye. Aur most importantly stress free life ke liye aapko apni mansik shanti banaye rakhni chahiye. Iss tarike nivaran ke liye aap ayurvedic upchar le skte hain. Thank you!
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