Women are the epitome of strength, love, sacrifice and courage. Women in the present era play different roles both inside and outside the home. The health of the woman is very important as she undergoes extensive hormonal changes in different stages like puberty, pregnancy, menopause etc. Physical and mental health affect the wellness of a woman.

Healthy women are indicators of a healthy society. Ayurveda guides & treats every stage of life of a woman in the form of Paricharya. Routines and diet are different for different stages. We treat effectively with no hormones or steroids.

The menstrual cycle is one of the unblemished ways to gauge the overall health of a woman. It is important to make a distinction between “typical” and “regular.” According to Ayurveda, menstrual cramps are not normal.

Cramps are still an imbalance. According to the ancient Ayurveda text, the Charaka Samhita, the menstrual cycle should be regular and between twenty-seven and thirty days long. The bleeding should be bright red and should wash easily out of fabrics without staining. There should be no pain.

The cycle should last between three and seven days. It should be continuous rather than stopping and starting.

At ARTH Ayurveda we help you find the place within yourselves where peace is found in your monthly connection to your nature and help you rediscover joy with the learning that your innate intuitive abilities are increased during the menstrual period. Bringing your bodies and minds into harmony with your nature, ARTH Ayurveda helps you experience periods that are healthy, and comfortable.

ARTH Ayurveda provides treatments that help improve your monthly experience.

Abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB)
Any deviation from the normal amount, frequency or duration of the menstrual cycle is known as abnormal uterine bleeding.
AUB includes
Menorrhagia –excessive bleeding during cycles
Metrorrhagia-intermittent and intermenstrual bleeding.
Polymenorrhoea-frequent cycles less than18 days.
Menometrorrhagia-irregular frequent heavy or light bleeding.

It occurs due to hormonal imbalance and can be because of many reasons like Adenomyosis, Uterine Fibroids, Anovulatory cycles. It can occur at any age but is generally seen around menarche and menopause.

Treatment generally includes medicine that stops bleeding and can correct the hormonal imbalance.

Treatment given includes medicines to stop bleeding like usheersava chandraprabha vati etc also medicines are given for hormonal correction. Sodhana therapies like Virechana and Basti are also done. Lifestyle changes, a balanced diet and regular physical exercises are equally important for the correction of these hormonal imbalances.

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Dr.Prashanth S Acharya

BAMS, MS (Shalya Tantra) Ph.D (Panchakarma)

Dr. Radhika K Varma

BAMS, PhD- Ayurveda