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Homeopathic treatment for Irregular Periods (Oligomenorrhea)
This article is about Irregular Periods (Oligomenorrhea). Irregular periods are one of the most common menstrual complaints, but before we talk about Irregular periods, we must first determine what a regular period is. One of the misconceptions in most of the people is that only those periods are regular which are always on the same date of every month, or often say that a regular period occurs every 28 days, but actually, every woman's menstrual cycle is different. Periods are regular only when the gap between the periods is about the same, some ladies may have after every 24 days & some may have after 34 days. But only it is regular when the difference between the first day of the cycle & the next cycle is more or less the same like after every 24 days or every 25 days or after every 30 days & so on. It is not necessary that if the periods are for example 1st day of a month, the next cycle should be the 1st of the next month. This only works if you have a cycle of 29-30 days, but if you have a cycle of 25 days you should expect the next cycle on the 25th or 26th day of the month, similarly if the difference is about 35 days so you should expect the 5th day of the next month. If you have the same difference in days for every cycle, your periods are regular. A regular period typically lasts 5 days, but it is completely normal to menstruate for anywhere between 3 and 7 days.
There are number of reasons & causes of Irregular periods which include stress, anemia, hormonal imbalance, unbalanced diet, unnecessary over work or too much exercise, polycystic ovaries, etc.
Pulsatilla is one of the basic remedy for this problem. When the periods (Menstruation Cycle) is disturbed i.e. periods are not on time may be early or late and also there is a pain in lower abdomen (Menstrual cramps). The patient is depressed or sad. Lower abdominal pains & cramps, if these symptoms are present this is the best remedy to be considered.
Jonesia Ashoka is another basic remedy for the disturbed periods. It is commonly used in most of the female problems. It regulates the menstrual cycle and put it on to the right track.
Gossypium is another remedy when there is disturbed periods with lack of bleeding, periods are usually late, the patient is also anemic & has low iron. This remedy should be avoided if there is a chance of pregnancy because this remedy may start the bleeding.
Sepia is the remedy to be used when there is lower abdominal pain present with the feeling that something is coming out of the lower part (vagina) & the patient feels better when she sits with the leg crossing each other. The patient has also the problem of leucorrhea before or after the periods.
Natr Mur is one of the best remedy when the patient is anemic, low iron and there are gaps in the period or the periods skips many days or months. This remedy should also be avoided if there is a chance of pregnancy.
Trillium Pend is used when the periods are very heavy & the bleeding is almost out of control, patient feels dizzy due to weakness, this remedy also works when the patient is pregnant & the bleeding started at once, it can help to stop the bleeding.
There are lot of other illnesses & problems which are completely & permanently cured by homeopathy without any side effects rather than the conventional medicine system. These remedies can be used safely without any fear or worry of side effects. Self medication is not advisable, always like all other medications first consult your homeopathic physician before using these remedies, who can better select the potencies & the repetition of the remedies. If you have any questions or concerns send an email at email@example.com or call 416-238-9921.
Medical Disclaimer: The information is not intended to replace a personal relationship with a qualified health care professional nor is it intended as professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition..
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