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PCOD - irregular periods

I am suffering from PCOD since last two years , i have undergone allopathy medicines but still having irreguar periods with gap of 1-2 months . Now I want to go for ayurved medicines. Please sugggest .
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Dr. Naman Ajudiya Rajkot | Yoga and Naturopathy
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Ayurveda classifies PCOD as a kapha disorder. Kapha having first affected the digestive fire – jatharaagni starts to affect the metabolic aspect of the seven tissues called dhatu agni. Each dhatu agni is responsible for the nourishment and formation of that particular tissue that it resides in. In the case of PCOD the dhatus affected are rasa dhatu – lymph and plasma, meda dhatu – adipose tissue and artava dhatu – the female reproductive system. Ama, entering the cells of arthavadhathu begins to affect the cellular intelligence of the cell by dampening pitharaagni causing error in cellular function and intelligence. Mistake of cellular intelligence is also expressed in the inhibiting of apoptosis – death of defective cells. Yoga and Diet Relaxation is the key in Polycystic Ovarian Disease. Posture’s designed for PCOD helps open up the pelvic area & promote relaxation and strength to the entire reproductive organs. You can relax in the asana by coordinating it with breathing. Pranayama’s (breathing exercises) are powerful techniques that help calm the mind. Yoga has several poses that aids in weight loss, relieves stress and improves blood circulation to the ovary, thus naturally curing PCOD. The diet plan should be tailored as per individual requirement and degree of insulin resistance. Ayurveda advices to choose low Glycemic Index (G.I) foods – such as cauliflower, tomatoes, onions, peaches, apples, and grapefruit for those suffering from PCOD. These food items help in slowing the rise in blood sugar levels and pacify the strength of the disease. Eating at regular intervals is advised strongly.Restriction of food is another major aspect. Rx Bramhi ext. 250 mg. Guggulu sh. 180 mg Gandira ext. 40 mg Pippali ext. 20 mg Marich ext. 10 mg for hormone balancing Ulatkambal ext. 350 mg Hira Bol 250 mg Kumari ext. 200 mg Adjunct to the management of oligomenorrhea & dysmenorrhea Asoka ext. 350 mg Lodhra 250 mg Lajjalu ext. 200mg Ajjunct of the management of gynecological disorders Varunadi kwath 25 ml For Ovary cyst each 3 time in a day For more help You can con. to Arogydeep polyClinic & laser center.
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Dr. Gurudatta H K Bangalore | Yoga and Naturopathy
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PCOD, is syndrome without any particular cause. The known risk factors are all related to lifestyle which includes dietary, emotional factors, stress, sleeping habits and all.
Ayurveda does help, but a lifestyle change is very much required. Try Ayurveda along with yoga therapy and acupuncture which will help you well.
Of course the outcome depends on your history.
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