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Uterine prolapse Ayurvedic treatment

Overview

Uterine prolapse is a common gynecological problem where the uterus falls into the vaginal canal.When the pelvic muscles and ligaments are weakened due to any reason, or they have abnormal stretch, then it is not able to help to keep the uterus stable, which results in the uterus coming out from the bottom of the vagina.

This problem is seen more in older women at the stage of their menopause and old age. Over time this problem becomes common and serious for women and neglect and carelessness in its treatment can threaten the life of the woman.

Ayurveda offers a holistic approach to the treatment of Uterine Prolapse by addressing the root cause of the condition, rather than just treating the symptoms. Ayurvedic treatment helps to 

  • Strengthening the pelvic muscles
  • Improving Hormonal balance and digestion

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

Jain’s Cow Urine Therapy promotes Ayurvedic remedies, treatments and therapies that are known worldwide for their efficient results.

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Key herbs which makes the treatement more effective

Kanchnar Guggul

Kanchanar Guggul is potent in clearing out the toxins from the tissues and other channels in the system allowing the body to revitalize and nourish on its own. This ayurvedic wonder is powerful in stimulating the hormonal balance and in regulating the menstrual cycle.

Sahajana

The umpteen amount of fiber in drumsticks regularises the bowel movement and maintains the gut health. It could act as an antioxidant and protects the pelvic floor muscles and other supportive tissues against oxidative damage.

Giloy

Giloy is a longtime friend of females and the uterus. It contains an alkaloid that relaxes and tones the uterus, causing cramps to hurt less. It also contains tannins which strengthen the uterus and help to stop any heavy or irregular bleeding.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha may help to also down the progress of prolapse by strengthening muscle and supporting local nerve ending. It is also an antioxidant and boosts immunity, so may help in reducing cough and constipation, which could worsen the symptoms of prolapse.

Kalmegh

This herb may relieve the symptoms of uterine prolapse such as pelvic pain and discomfort and may reduce the risk of rectocele and cystocele. It may be good nervine tonic, rejuvenating, anti-inflammatory and analgesic oxidative damage.

Jivanti

This herb has been used for hundreds of years to relax the smooth muscles of the uterus, reducing any sort of uterine pain or spasm. Jivanti is extremely nourishing to the blood for a healthy uterine lining.

Sonth

It reduces inflammation while increasing oxygen and blood flow to your uterus. Sonth is actually a good whole-body detoxifier because it supports liver function, boosts circulation, and promotes healthy sweating. It is safe to take during pregnancy and is in fact a proven remedy for nausea in pregnant women.

Ashoka

Ashoka may help to provide relief from the symptoms such as frequent urinary tract infection, pain in the pelvic region, and constant urge to pass urine. This herb may help in the uterus and related tissue development. Ashoka may also have the property to provide relief from uterus pain, cramps and inflammation by increasing blood circulation and calming the nerve.

Nagkesar

It helps to encourage circulation and blood supply to the uterus. This herb promotes a calm, relaxed, and healthy uterus. It is known as one of the best herbs to promote the proper function and efficiency of the uterus.

Lodhra

It is a great nutritive herb, high in vitamins and minerals as well as an easily-absorbed form of calcium. It is also a wonderful uterine tonic. This herb has been shown to be a great help in the efficiency of the uterus during labor. It also helps to reduce excessive bleeding during and after childbirth. This herb is considered to be one of the safest for pregnancy and pregnancy preparation.

Kanghi

Kanghi which may help the uterus contract after giving birth is used to treat menopausal and menstrual symptoms. It is used as a uterine tonic to regulate and tone uterine muscles.

Haldi

Curcumin has been known to disintegrate malignant cells from the body. It is not only a great anti-oxidant but also improves immunity. The antioxidants present in the herb reduce the free radicals from the body, thereby improving health and immunity. It is a popular herb for uterine polyps.

Gular Chhal

It can help return the uterus to its normal tone and reduce swelling and bleeding after giving birth. Its ferulic acid content may ease menstrual flow by stimulating the muscles that support the uterus while also reducing excessive menstrual bleeding.

Sahadevi

It unifies and strengthens the uterus by regulating hormonal control, improving uterine tone, and improving the timing of the menstrual cycle. It is referred to as a blood tonic as it has a general effect on circulation. It has also been shown to improve red blood cell counts. It increases the blood flow to the reproductive system, reducing congestion and pain. The increased circulation also helps to strengthen and balance the uterus.

Shilajit

It improves the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the reproductive organs. Shilajit actively helps in the removal of toxins and chemicals. It enhances cleaning and detoxification of the reproductive organs and boosts uterine health.

Dalchini Powder

Dalchini powder has a relaxing effect on the uterus and decreases uterine contractions in those with dysmenorrhea and it prevents contractions during pregnancy and prevents the uterus from getting weak.

Shatavari

Shatavari is recommended in the Ayurveda for the prevention and treatment of reproductive disorders of women such as sexual debility, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, prolapse of the uterus etc. Shatavari can be extremely beneficial for women's reproductive health throughout all stages of their life. Shatavari roots can help promote and support overall immunity.

Ghee

Ghee increases the fertility of a woman by nourishing the womb and seeds. Ghee facilitates a healthy pregnancy for the carrying mother. Ghee ensures proper care of the fetus in the mother's womb. It boosts lactation in the post-pregnancy period for nursing mothers.

Elaichi Powder

It is also known to possess mild analgesic, anti-inflammatory and cardio-tonic properties. It focuses on lowering Vata, taking care to avoid foods that aggravate Vata.

Mulethi

It may help in correcting the imbalance in the doshas that may have triggered the development of uterine prolapse. This herb may control the risk factors for prolapse such as constipation and cough and also strengthen the pelvic floor muscles thereby may help in preventing the progress of the disease.

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 at a 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

Gomutra has a unique significance in Ayurveda, which has been shown to be useful for diseases like uterine prolapse. Our years of hard work show that many complications of uterine prolapse disappear with the use of our herbal medicines. Sufferers tell us that they feel a great relief in pain in the lower abdomen, excessive stretch, and pressure in the vagina, pelvis, pain while having sex, heaviness around the vagina, pain in the lower back, pain around the vulva and pelvis, bowel movements difficulty during urination, leakage of white-colored fluid from the vagina, intense urge to urinate, difficulty walking and standing for long periods, pain while urinating, urinary tract infections, vaginal bleeding, etc. This treatment improves their immune system which works favorably for other uterine prolapse complications.

Causes of Uterine Prolapse

There are many reasons that weaken the pelvic muscles and the ligaments due to which the uterus may come down from its place -

  • Pregnancy and childbirth

During pregnancy, the pressure on the pelvis of the woman increases greatly due to the stretching of the muscles. Sometimes this weight gets more with the increasing size and weight of the baby. During labor, the woman has to exert more force to give birth to the baby, due to which the pelvic muscles start pulling too much and their uterus starts moving from its place and coming out of the vagina.

  • Birth of more than one child

Many times a woman also gives birth to twins or more than two children at the same time. During the birth of one infant, the woman's uterus is unable to get proper support due to which she has to face the problem of uterine prolapse. 

  • Older age

Women who are older tend to have a decrease in the production of hormones called estrogen in the body, which often occurs during menopause in women.

  • Estrogen hormone

The decrease in estrogen hormone weakens the pelvic muscles, due to which their hold on the uterus also starts to weaken and it starts to slip from its place.

  • Lifting heavyweights

When a woman lifts excess weight, it affects her uterus. On lifting more weight, there is a stretch in the uterus which constantly weakens the muscles. This increases the risk of the uterus moving from its place.

  • Constipation problem

If a woman has problems while passing stools or if they have constipation for a long time, then the woman has to exert more pressure during a bowel movement, which weakens her pelvic muscles and the uterus, and the risk of coming out of the uterus increases.

  • Obesity

Women who are overweight are at greater risk of uterine prolapse. The increased weight of the body, especially the enlarged abdomen, causes more pressure on the pelvic organs and leads them downwards, which causes the woman to have the problem of uterine prolapse.

  • Pelvic surgery

If a woman has ever undergone pelvic surgery due to a problem, the pelvic muscles are not normal due to this thus the risk of exit of her uterus may increase.

  • Other reason

If a woman has been coughing for a long time, it can cause the uterus to come out, along with this, if a woman has a neoplasm in her uterus, then it can also increase the risk of uterine prolapse. Both of these factors put pressure on the pelvic muscles, making them weak and unable to support the uterus firmly.

 

Prevention from Uterine Prolapse

Women can protect themselves by taking the following precautions and prevent the condition from progressing which includes-

  • Women can strengthen pelvic muscles by regular pelvic floor muscle exercise and prevent the uterine exit from becoming severe.
  • The woman should treat the constipation problem immediately and prevent its duration from getting longer.
  • Women should consume nutritious food regularly.
  • The woman should keep her weight balanced and try to reduce the increased weight.
  • Women should avoid lifting more weight.
  • The woman should stop growing cough problems.
  • With increasing age, a woman should take special care of her health.

Symptoms of Uterine Prolapse

Symptoms and signs of uterine prolapse include -

  • A feeling of stomach and lower back pain
  • Excessive stretch and pressure in the vagina, pelvis
  • Pain while having sex
  • A feeling of heaviness around the vagina
  • Lower back pain
  • Pain around the vulva and pelvis
  • Feeling difficulty during bowel movements
  • Leakage of white-colored fluid from the vagina
  • Having an urge to urinate
  • Difficulty walking and standing for long
  • Frequent urination
  • Pain while urinating
  • Recurrent urinary tract infection
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Urinating while sneezing, coughing, and lifting excess weight


Types of Uterine Prolapse

Uterine prolapse is of two types -

  • Incomplete uterine prolapse

When the uterus approaches the vagina but cannot exit the vulva, it is known as incomplete uterine prolapse.

  • Complete uterine prolapse

Complete uterine prolapse is a condition in which the uterus comes out of the vulva, passing through four stages -

The first stage: In the first stage, the uterus reaches the upper half of the vulva.

Second stage: In this stage, the uterus reaches the upper part of the vulva.

Third stage: In the third stage, the uterus enters the outer part of the vulva.

Fourth stage: In this last stage, the uterus completely exits the vulva. This phase can prove very serious for a woman.

Complications of Uterine Prolapse

Many complications can bother women due to uterine prolapse -

  • There may be blisters in the woman's vulva
  • The woman has difficulty in bowel movement
  • Due to the displacement of the inner layer of the vulva, the vulva of the women starts to emerge from the body
  • The woman suffers from urinary retention
  • A woman may have a urinary tract infection
  • Blocking urine can damage a woman's kidney

Recognitions

FAQs

Can uterine prolapse be treated without surgery?

Yes, Ayurveda super speciality Jain's Cow Urine Therapy offers non-surgical treatment for uterine prolapse. Our ayurvedic treatments include herbal medicines, Cow urine therapy, and lifestyle modifications.

Can Ayurveda cure uterine prolapse completely?

Yes, Our ayurvedic treatment can cure uterine prolapse completely by addressing the root cause of the condition. our treatments aim to strengthen the pelvic muscles, reduce inflammation and balance the hormones, thereby restoring the uterus to its natural position.

Is Ayurvedic treatment safe for women with uterine prolapse?

Yes, Our treatment is safe and natural for women with uterine prolapse. Our Ayurvedic treatments do not cause any adverse effects or complications and provide long-term relief from the condition.

How long does it take for Ayurvedic treatment to show results in uterine prolapse?

The duration of our ayurvedic treatment for uterine prolapse depends on the severity of the condition. In mild to moderate cases, our treatment can show results within a few weeks to a few months. However, in severe cases, the treatment may take longer.

What is Uterine Prolapse?

The term "uterine prolapse" describes the uterus' descend into the vaginal canal. Jain's Cowurine Therapy advises seeking individualised advice from a medical practitioner.

What are the common symptoms?

Pelvic pressure, back pain, and discomfort are possible symptoms. The focus of Jain's Cowurine Therapy is on finding holistic solutions, such as Ayurvedic treatments and lifestyle adjustments.

Who is at risk of Uterine Prolapse?

Obesity, ageing, and childbirth are risk factors. Adopting a healthy lifestyle and thinking about preventive Ayurvedic methods are recommended by Jain's Cowurine Therapy.

Can Uterine Prolapse be prevented?

Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests pelvic floor exercises, keeping a healthy weight, and adhering to Ayurvedic principles for general well-being, while total prevention may not be assured.

How is Uterine Prolapse diagnosed?

A pelvic exam is part of the diagnosis. For a comprehensive treatment, Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests speaking with a medical expert and adding Ayurvedic evaluations to the diagnosis.

Are there non-surgical treatments?

Yes, Ayurvedic treatments and pelvic exercises are non-surgical possibilities. Jain's Cowurine Therapy encourages the integration of Ayurveda for controlling Uterine Prolapse organically.

What part does nutrition play in overall health?

Diet is very important. To enhance uterine health, Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests certain Ayurvedic dietary practices and a well-balanced, nutrient-rich diet.

Is Ayurveda helpful for prolapse of the uterus?

In order to effectively manage uterine prolapse, Jain's Cowurine Therapy promotes Ayurveda as a supplementary approach and provides herbal remedies and lifestyle recommendations.

Is physical activity good for this condition?

Yes, Jain's Cowurine Therapy recommends frequent pelvic exercises, yoga, and Ayurvedic exercises that can contribute to the strengthening of the pelvic muscles.

How can one keep their pelvic health in general?

To achieve ideal pelvic health, Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests a comprehensive strategy that includes routine examinations, Ayurvedic treatments, and lifestyle adjustments.

What are the available surgical options?

Surgery options include uterine suspension and hysterectomy. Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests speaking with a medical expert to determine the best course of action.

Are any herbs used in Ayurveda recommended?

Yes, Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests herbs like Ashoka, Shatavari, and Guggulu renowned for their supportive function in women's health. Seeking advice from an Ayurvedic practitioner is advised.

Does prolapse of the uterus impact fertility?

Uterine prolapse can sometimes have an effect on fertility. For a thorough assessment, Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests speaking with gynaecologists as well as Ayurvedic specialists.

How may alterations in lifestyle be beneficial?

It's crucial to lead a healthy lifestyle, keep a healthy weight, and learn stress management techniques. For comprehensive well-being, Jain's Cowurine Therapy promotes Ayurvedic lifestyle changes.

Does uterine prolapse run in families?

Although genetics might be involved, lifestyle choices also matter. To reduce possible hazards, Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests taking preventative measures with Ayurvedic treatments.

What part does stress have in this illness?

Tension in the muscles can be caused by stress. Integrating stress-relieving approaches like as meditation and Ayurvedic stress management techniques is recommended by Jain's Cowurine Therapy.

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