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Dysmenorrhea Treatment

Overview

There are many changes in hormones in every woman's body after a particular age. When women have bleeding from their uterus and internal part due to changes in hormones in their bodies, it is their periods or menstruation. Whenever a girl reaches her teenage years, her ovaries start producing hormones called estrogen and progesterone in the body. Because of these hormones, the lining of their uterus starts thickening once every month. Through these hormones, unfertilized eggs are made in their ovaries, which are released every month as mature eggs. Usually, when a girl has sex around her period, during these days the size of the eggs of the uterus has grown so much that the pregnancy takes place in them and she becomes pregnant. But if the girl does not have any sex during the menstrual cycle, then the lining of the uterus that was getting thicker to prepare for pregnancy breaks down and comes out as bleeding. This bleeding is called menstruation.

Every girl's menstrual cycle occurs at a different age. It can happen to girls at any time from the age of 8 to 17 years. When they have unbearable pain in the lower pelvic area during their monthly periods, then this condition is called dysmenorrhea. Dysmenorrhea is a gynecological medical condition in which a woman experiences unbearable pain in the uterus during menstruation. Although it is common for most women to have minor pain during menstruation, when this pain increases so much that it becomes difficult to bear, then this condition indicates dysmenorrhea. This pain is experienced by girls before or during their menstrual periods, in which she feels severe pain and cramps in the lower abdomen. Many girls have these cramps regularly but with age, it is usually less painful and may stop completely after childbirth.

Research

Jain’s cow urine therapy clinic aims for a happy and healthy life by integrating ancient Ayurvedic knowledge with modern technology. Our therapy means cow urine including Ayurveda works on a person’s three doshas that are- The Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These tri-energies maintain our health, any imbalance in these doshas, is responsible for human’s health and disease. We are glad to say that we have seen so many positive results through our treatment. Thousands of people got rid of many diseases after taking our treatment.

Our patients not only put an end to their disease but also live a disease-free healthy life forever. This is the reason why people are getting attention towards our therapy. Our years of research in Ayurvedic treatments have helped us advance our methodology. We aim to reach as many people as we can to build a healthy and happy society all over the world.

Effective Treatment By Cow Urine Therapy

According to the cow urine therapeutic approach, several herbs work to rejuvenate body defects (Vata, Pitta, And Cough) which cause Dysmenorrhea if they are disproportionate. In some Ayurvedic drugs, there are several beneficial ingredients to treat them. It increases the body’s metabolism.

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Key herbs which makes the treatement more effective

Shatavari

Shatavari can support regulating the menstrual cycle and can help in providing relief from the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and menstrual cramps. Shatavari might be beneficial in the management of uterine bleeding or heavy menstrual bleeding. It acts as a primary uterine tonic. It helps to balance and strengthen the menstrual system. Shatavari is a common herb that is useful for managing gynecological disorders in women like unusual uterine bleeding.

Ashoka

Ashoka is useful to manage female disorders like dysmenorrhea and menorrhagia due to its Vata balancing property. It also helps to control bleeding in piles due to its Sita (cold) property. Ashoka powder is also an effective remedy for managing worm infestation due to its Krimighna (anti-worm) property.

Jivanti

It is an ancient herbal remedy that is beneficial in dysmenorrhea. It is effective in urinary complaints. It also used in other urinary tract infections, genital organ problems. It also helps to relieve pain and blood loss during menstruation.

Lodhra

Lodhra is very effective during bleeding disorder, menstrual pain, and dysmenorrhea. It belongs to the Styaceae family. The herb contains chemical constituents such as loturine, loturidine, symposide, and whole plant contains glycosides. All these constituents help to get relief from menstrual pain.

Sonth

Sonth is the carminative herb that contains gingerol, a potent bioactive compound that acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and provides relief from menstrual pain. It helps to reduce abdominal pain, cramps and heavy menstrual bleeding.

Nagkesar

It shows great anti-inflammatory, analgesic properties that reduce inflammation and pain during menstruation. It is also used for the treatment of menstrual symptoms such as abdominal cramps and pain. It has been used for centuries for gynecological conditions.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha may act as a pain reliever, preventing pain signals from traveling in the uterus, lower abdomen, and vagina. It may also have some anti-inflammatory properties. Ashwagandha is also very rich in iron. Ashwagandha helps to regulate the body's stress response, and so can be helpful for hypothalamic amenorrhea.

Ghritkumari

Ghrit Kumari is known to give instant relief to your pain during the monthly cycles. This remedy helps in regulating the menstrual cycle naturally and helps to regulate women’s hormones which is helpful for the treatment of dysmenorrhea and heavy periods.

Manjistha

Manjistha is a magical remedy for all sorts of hormonal problems. It plays a quintessential role in regulating periods, treating postnatal ailments, and even helps to treat excessive abdominal pain/bleeding. Additionally, it also subdues the pain during dysmenorrhea and encourages easy flow during the menstrual cycle.

Shilajit

Shilajit helps to regulate the menstrual cycle and thus has a positive impact on the reproductive health of women. It improves the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the reproductive organs. Shilajit actively helps in the removal of toxins and chemicals. It can function as an antioxidant to improve your body's immunity, an anti-inflammatory, an energy booster, and a diuretic to remove excess fluid from your body.

Amla Green

It flushes out toxins, regulates the menstrual cycle, and causes hormonal balance. Amla Green is known to be a tonifying berry known for strengthening and toning the liver and the uterus. It is a great herb that can help those with uterine fatigue. It also helps to reduce menstrual cramps.

Dalchini Powder

It is one of the most effective Ayurvedic herbs which reduces menstrual cramps, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and other symptoms of dysmenorrhea. It reduces the production of prostaglandin from the uterine lining and eventually reduces the pain. This herb also soothes the body.

Elaichi Powder

It helps to detoxify the body and is great for those period stomach cramps which seem impossible to bear. It aids in reducing the flow by helping divert blood flow away from the uterus. During and before the period, using Elaichi Powder can help reduce the menstrual flow naturally. It is known to decrease bleeding as it encourages blood flow away from the uterus and it also helps in reducing inflammation.

Lawang Powder

It gives fast relief from menstrual cramps and shortens the duration of menstruation. It is an anti-inflammatory spice as it contains eugenol, which is quite beneficial to ease the symptoms of the period. It also limits excessive menstrual bleeding.

Jaiphal Powder

This herb helps to relieve menstrual pain as they have anti-inflammatory properties. The phytosterols constituting Jaiphal minimize inflammation and relieve pains. Jaiphal essential oils are incredibly beneficial to relieve menstrual cramps among women as well. It is a spasmodic spice that can do wonders for period pain.

Gojala

We use gojala in our cow-urine therapy, basically it means cow-urine extract, the main component in our medicine. This extract is made of the urine of the indigenous breeds of cow. Gojala has its own benefits because it’s beyond the possibility of any kind of contamination. It has high quality and is abundant. When gojala mixed with ayurvedic herbs it becomes more effective to treat any disease and favourable to the consequence of the particular disease. This extract is superimly tested and that’s why it’s more trustable and beneficial as well.

Quality of Life

Healing with cow urine brings good health and keeps the doshas on the level. Today, individuals are continuously improving their health as a result of our care and treatment. This increases the consistency of their daily lives. Along with cow urine, Ayurvedic drugs may serve as a complementary therapy to diminish various side effects from the use of heavy doses, mental strain, radiation, and chemotherapy. We teach people how to live a peaceful and stress-free life with an untreatable illness if any. Since taking our counseling, tens of thousands of people live healthy lives and it’s a huge accomplishment for us to give them a life that they dream of.

Complication Prevention

Cow urine has a unique importance in Ayurveda, which is also said to be useful for diseases like dysmenorrhea. Our years of hard work show that many complications of dysmenorrhea disappear with the use of our herbal medicines. Sufferers tell us that they see a great relief in problems like cramps and pain in the abdomen and lower abdomen that are severe, abdominal pressure, pain from the lower back to the thighs and legs, loose stools, nausea and vomiting, headache, dizziness, weakness, fatigue, irritability, diarrhea with vomiting, etc. Our Ayurvedic treatment improves the patient's immune system which works conductively to control the problems related to other dysmenorrhea complications.

Life Expectancy

Cow urine therapy is itself a lot of hope if we are talking about life expectancy. Any disease either it’s small or in a critical stage, comes with a negative impact on the human body and exists for several years, sometimes for a lifetime. Once the disease is recognized, life expectancy is short but not with cow-urine therapy. Our ancient therapy relieves the disease and increases the lifespan of that person without leaving any toxins in his body, which is our ultimate aim.

Reducing Drug Dependency

“Sarve bhavantu sukhinah, Sarve santu niramayah, Sarve bhadrani pashyantu, Maa kaschit dukha bhag-bhavet”, its capacity let all be happy, let all be free from disease, let all see the truth, may no-one experience suffering. By following this proverb, we prefer our society to be like this. Our remedy accomplishes this by way of giving reliable treatment, enhancing life expectancy, and decreasing the drug dependency of affected people. Our remedy has greater benefits and nil risks than any psychological therapies available in this current world.

Reducing Recurrence Chances

In contrast to wide-ranging medical exercise, we focus on the root motive of the disease and elements that can improve the probabilities of sickness recurrence rather than focusing only on the management of disease through using this method, we are efficiently dropping recurrence costs and giving a brand new path to the human’s life as a way to stay their life in a better way each emotionally and bodily.

Causes of Dysmenorrhea

Many reasons can be responsible for excessive pain during menstruation, which includes -

  • Prostaglandin hormones

In women, a hormone called prostaglandin is produced in the body which helps in contracting the muscles of the uterus and helps in expelling the uterine lining during menstruation. Before periods begin, the levels of these hormones increase so much that the uterus contracts very strongly then sheds its lining, resulting in periods. Due to the forceful contraction, pressure is created on the blood vessels near the uterus, the blood flow in the uterus decreases, and the woman feels extreme pain.

  • Infection

Sometimes vaginal infections in women can affect their reproductive organs causing dysmenorrhea. These infections are usually spread through sexually transmitted bacteria that infect their vagina. In addition, lactobacilli bacteria and a fungus called Candida Albicans that cause vaginal infections may be responsible for increasing the risk of dysmenorrhea.

  • Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a very serious problem in the uterus of women, in which the endometrial tissue found in the uterus begins to grow abnormally and it starts spreading outside the uterus. In this condition, they are more prone to develop dysmenorrhea, which induces their painful menstruation.

  • Uterine fibroids

It is a disease associated with the uterus of women. Uterine fibroid is a non-cancerous tumor occurring in the uterus of women, under which one or more lumps form in the muscles and cells of the uterus of women. These lumps or tumors that develop on the walls of the uterus are called uterine fibroids. This type of lump never turns into cancer but these tumors can grow from small size to large size which causes abnormal menstruation and pain.

  • Ectopic pregnancy

This abnormal pregnancy causes dysmenorrhea when the baby develops in the fallopian tube instead of the uterus. During an ectopic pregnancy, the fertilized egg gets stuck on its way to the uterus. This is often due to damage to the fallopian tubes due to inflammation or some other problem. Hormonal imbalances can also be caused by abnormal development of the fertilized egg, a complication of which can result in dysmenorrhea.

  • Adenomyosis

Adenomyosis in women is a rare condition in which the uterine lining grows inside the muscular wall of the uterus. Although it is not carcinogenic, the condition can be very painful and cause dysmenorrhea.

  • Narrowed cervix

Sometimes a woman's uterus is so small that it slows down their menstrual flow, which increases the pressure inside the uterus and causes extreme pain for them.

 

Prevention from Dysmenorrhea

To avoid the condition of dysmenorrhea, women need to make some important changes in their lifestyle, which include -

  • Women should avoid excessive consumption of salt and caffeine.
  • Women who are used to smoking and consuming alcohol should give up these habits completely.
  • Some essential exercises and yoga regularly and especially during menstruation can give them relief from extreme pain.
  • Women should consume light, nutritious, and low-fat food.
  • Women should massage the lower back and abdomen during menstruation.
  • Women should avoid taking excessive stress and get enough sleep.
  • Women should take bath with hot water during menstruation.
  • The proper amount of vitamins, calcium, and magnesium minerals should be consumed in their diet.
  • Women should use a heating pad in the pelvic area (or behind it) while menstruating.

Symptoms of Dysmenorrhea

The symptoms of dysmenorrhea in women can range from mild to severe, including-

  • Cramps and pain in the abdomen and lower abdomen can be severe and intense.
  • A feeling of pressure in the stomach
  • Pain from the lower back to thighs and legs
  • Loose stools
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Weakness and fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Diarrhea with vomiting

 

Types of Dysmenorrhea

The condition of dysmenorrhea occurring in a woman can be mainly of two types -

  • Primary dysmenorrhea

Primary dysmenorrhea occurs in women who experience lower abdominal pain before and during menstruation. It is the most common type of dysmenorrhea affecting more than 50% of women and can be severe in about 10%. The pain in primary dysmenorrhea is temporary and is related to the normal process of menstruation. Usually, this pain starts about six months and a year after the first menstrual period and it also disappears permanently with age.

  • Secondary dysmenorrhea

When a woman has some kind of problem in her reproductive organs and that problem causes dysmenorrhea, this condition is called secondary dysmenorrhea. These problems include endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, fibroids, pelvic inflammatory disease, and other problems are involved. This type of pain starts happening to women about a week before the start of their menstruation and increases greatly by the time of menstruation.

Complications of Dysmenorrhea

Women with dysmenorrhea may face the following complications-

  • Extreme pain disrupts women's daily and social activities.
  • The woman has sudden or severe pelvic pain that needs to be treated.
  • There is an increase of foul-smelling vaginal discharge of the woman.
  • Dysmenorrhea can cause stomach problems, including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and constipation.
  • The woman may have heavy or prolonged menstrual flow.
  • Certain conditions associated with menstrual cramps can lead to complications. As endometriosis can cause fertility problems, pelvic inflammatory disease can scar a woman's fallopian tubes and lead to an ectopic pregnancy.
  • During menstruation, the woman is surrounded by discomfort all the time.

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