Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding (DUB)
It is the abnormal uterine bleeding where no organic cause can be detected. The nature of bleeding is menorrhagia, polymenorrhoea, metrorrhagia and continuous bleeding . It can be happen due to Hormonal Imbalance or intra uterine contraceptive device like Cu T, or patient having Cancer of Cervix, etc.,
Any type of DUB (Atyartava) can be easily treated with Ayurvedic line of treatment (ageing from 15-55 years).
As per Ayurvedic line of treatment, we follow
Aharchikitsa (appropriate dietary regimen)
Local Treatments like Yonipichu, Yonidhavan, Yonidhoopan & Nabhilepa.
Panchakarma – Takradhara, Avgaha sweda, Vaman, Basti, Uttarbasti & Virechana.
Dysmenorrhea is a medical condition characterized by severe uterine pain during menstruation. While most women experience minor pain during menstruation, dysmenorrhea is diagnosed when the pain is so severe as to limit normal activities or require medication.
In Ayurvedic classics, great importance has been given to quality, quantity, purity, consistency, Intermenstrual period, Duration of menstruation and menstruation that is devoid of pain and burning sensation.
Causes of Dysmenorrhea
Abnormal mode of life like suppression of natural urges, excessive coitus and exercise, fear, sadness, sedentary life styles, stress and strain in daily life are risk factors for dysmenorrhea.
Dysmenorrhea is a common complaint seen in all gynaecological OPDs. In extreme cases, this interferes with day today activities of students of adolescent age and affects the working capacity of women and thus they seek medical advice. Nearly 50% 0f the adult female population suffer from various degrees of pain abdomen during menstruation.
Ayurveda does wonders for all these above complaints. Ayurvedic treatments like basti, virechana and oral medications have a definite solution to pain in abdomen during menstruation and related complications.