My wife is 35yrs in age, she is medium built, dose not have any illness, has good lifestyle, good food habits, good sleeping habitsetc.
Actually we are concerned about the pain in the stomach 10 to 15 days before the monthly period each month for past 5yrs. I would like to inform u that she had to undergo abortion twice in the last 6yrs.
On diagnosis from several doctors they have concluded that... Read More
it will be the best if see a good ,experienced ayurvedic panchkarma practitioner in person as Panchkarma will be the foremost in the treatment ,also there are many things which need to be assessed after seeing the patient
As far as this goes,in the mean while she may take Pusyanuga churna,Shatavari,Dashmoolarishta and Ashokarishta,restone to start withyou may follow the link ,and you may order.. Read more
asked by naanu
on 31 March 2013 11:59
hey i m naanu 25 years old. i am unmarried girl..i m suffering from cyst in ovary...i m scared ..what are the reason of cyst...can you tell me sir cyst given any problem in married life...please help me... Read More
Hey nothing to worry, Cyst in the ovary is known as PCOD means Poly Cystic Ovarian Disease
This is caused because of excess production of leutinizing harmone by pitutory gland that increases production of androgen
Symptoms related to PCOD are
Weight Gain, Irregular Periods, deepened voice, Infertility
But in ayurveda there are wonderful treatment for PCOD
You can undergo PANCHAKARMA.. Read more
I am having fluid in my left ovary.last 2 months I m having pain in my lower stomach. My period is regular. My dr. told me I m having 4.8 cm fluid in my left overy it's harmless I need to do ultrasound after 2 months to see it's grow up or not. I want to get rid of fluid in my ovary without surgery but I don't know how? Can u plz help me. Thank... Read More
You can try pranayama and specially Kaplbhati pranayama, but consult your doctor before starting it... Read more
asked by diksha
on 2 January 2011 17:43
i have two cyst one is in left that contain endometriosis cyst and in right it is simple cyst..my age is 21.dr told me treatment by taking blossom injection by stopping periods for 3 months .is it wil b helpful to me??please suggest me gud... Read More
First of all, thank you so much for writing to us. There are several missing links in your description which needs to be filled up
"Blossom injection" would need further description. As far as endometriosis and cysts are concerned, there are definitive treatments in ayurveda. As far as cysts are concerned, you will have to know what size they are and how they are affecting your.. Read more
My mother has been diagnosed with Follicular cyst of ovary in the ultrasound. Size of the cyst is 32mm. She is suffering from menopause symptoms as well. She is having irregular periods and hot flushes. She does not feel pain.
If the size 32mm size of cyst is normal or dangerous?
If she requires surgery?
Ayurvedic medication (Taking m2 tone already)
Also explain what exactly... Read More
It is learnt that your mother is suffering from follicular cysts of ovary and she is about to attain menopause according to you. After seeing to your queries, I would like to suggest few issues to you. Depending on the condition of the patient, if she is going to attain menopause, there there is nothing much to worry about PCOS or follicular cyst of ovary. And according to you, the size of.. Read more
asked by Binny
on 27 September 2013 20:50
I got an ultrasound 2 days back. it revealed that I have a 'well defined thick walled COMPLEX cyst with internal echoes-suggestive of HAEMORRHAGIC cyst Pmeasuring 41x33 mm' and there is no fluid seen in the cul-de-sac. I am 21 years old. my gynae asked me to visit her to start the medicinal treatment when my menstruation starts that's on the 8th October. she Said if the meds... Read More
Haemorrhagic ovarian cyst results from haemorrhage into corpus leuteum or functional cysts
You need not worry about the size of this cyst. This is small and will automatically resolve itself in 2 menstrual periods. Those cysts which are greater than 3 or typically 5 cms are matters of concern. Provided if these are seen in menopausal woman, it is a risk factor
However at this stage i would.. Read more