Treatment for dysmenorrhea at Welling Homeopathy Clinics can help you get quick relief and reduction of pain attacks during future periods. Welling Clinic offers specially formulated homeopathy treatment for painful periods. The homeopathy medicines for painful periods have been developed after exhaustive in-house research and studies. Meet our specialists to know if you too can be cured of painful periods permanently.
- 1 Choose Welling Homeopathy Medicines for Painful Periods
- 2 What is Dysmenorrhea?
- 3 What Causes Dysmenorrhea?
- 4 Causes of Primary Dysmenorrhoea
- 5 Causes of Secondary Dysmenorrhoea
- 6 What are the Symptoms of Dysmenorrhea?
- 7 What Are Home Remedies for Dysmenorrhoea?
- 8 Treatment For Dysmenorrhoea
- 9 Homeopathy Medicines for Dysmenorrhoea
Choose Welling Homeopathy Medicines for Painful Periods
- Non-hormonal treatment without any long term ill effects,
- Complete Dysmenorrhea treatment without future complications like infertility,
- Reduces and cures all symptoms of dysmenorrhea like cramps, excessive pain, mood fluctuations, headaches, and other symptoms,
- Custom-made Homeopathy medicines for Dysmenorrhea as per our CUREplus treatment protocol,
- Experienced in helping women in 108 countries to get rid of Dysmenorrhea,
- Takes 12-18 months for a permanent cure of Dysmenorrhea,
- You can visit us personally in Mumbai or Surat Clinics in India or order online.
Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or to consult and order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed assessment and to start your customized Homeopathy medicines for Dysmenorrhea.
What is Dysmenorrhea?
Dysmenorrhea is a medical term that means “difficult or painful periods”. There are two types of dysmenorrhea; primary and secondary.
- Primary dysmenorrhea is the most common kind of dysmenorrhea. Cramping pain in the lower abdomen (belly) can start from 1–2 days before your period begins and can last 2–4 days.
- Secondary dysmenorrhea is when cramps are a result of a medical problem such as endometriosis. Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus is found outside its normal location. This usually causes pain before and/or during a young woman’s menstrual period.
What Causes Dysmenorrhea?
The cramps you feel as a result of dysmenorrhea are caused by uterine contractions (when your uterus tightens and relaxes, allowing blood to leave your uterus). The lining of your uterus releases special chemicals called prostaglandins. These chemicals are released from the lining of the uterus and increase the strength of the contractions, especially during the first couple of days of a woman’s menstrual cycle (when levels are high). High levels of prostaglandins may also cause nausea, diarrhea and lightheadedness.
Causes of Primary Dysmenorrhoea
The causes of primary dysmenorhoea are not fully understood. However, it has been suggested that there could be an imbalance between hormones released during menstruation and those needed to maintain healthy tissue growth within the womb. This theory suggests that if these imbalances occur regularly over time they will lead to changes in the structure of the womb wall, resulting in abnormal bleeding. The following factors have also been linked to primary dysmenorrhea:
• Stress – stress can cause a rise in levels of cortisol which is known to affect blood flow through the uterus. Cortisol increases uterine contractions causing pain.
• Hormonal contraceptives – hormonal contraceptive pills such as combined oral contraception or progestogen-only pill use can increase the risk of developing painful periods by altering normal endocrine function. They do this by suppressing ovulation and therefore reducing estrogen production. Estrogen plays a key role in maintaining the lining of the womb so its absence leads to thinning of the endometrial layer. When this happens, the walls of the womb become more fragile and rupture easily leading to heavy bleeding.
• Endometriosis – endometriosis occurs when cells from the inner lining of the womb grow outside the womb into other parts of the body including the pelvic area. These extra tissues produce excessive amounts of prostaglandins which trigger painful periods.
• Fibroids – fibroids are noncancerous tumors made up of muscle and connective tissue. During pregnancy, fibroid size tends to decrease but after childbirth, some fibroids tend to return. In addition, fibroids release large quantities of hormones called relaxin which makes the ligaments surrounding the womb stretch further apart. As a result, the muscles supporting the womb weaken and tear allowing fluid to leak out. If left untreated, this leakage can cause severe abdominal bloating and discomfort.
Causes of Secondary Dysmenorrhoea
Some of the causes of secondary dysmenorrhoea include
• Irregular cycles
• Excessive weight gain/loss
• Medication side effects
• Other medical conditions
• Psychological problems
• Physical activity
What are the Symptoms of Dysmenorrhea?
The main symptom is crampy pain in your lower tummy (abdomen). Often, the first few periods that you have are painless. Period pains may only begin 6-12 months after you have started your periods.
Painful periods may be experienced at any time during menstruation, although most often they occur in the second half of the menstrual cycle. Pain usually starts around two days before you start bleeding and lasts about three days. It’s not unusual for it to last up to seven days. The intensity varies between women; however, many women will say their periods feel worse than usual when they have them. Some women also report having cramps which come on suddenly and then go away quickly.
- May spread to your lower back, or to the top of your legs.
- Usually starts as the bleeding starts, but it may start up to a day before.
- Usually lasts 12-24 hours but lasts 2-3 days in some cases.
- Can vary with each period. Some periods are worse than others.
- Tends to become less severe as you get older, or after having a baby.
In some women, other symptoms occur as well as pain – for example:
- Breast tenderness.
- Feeling sick (nausea).
- Feeling emotional or tearful.
Some other symptoms of severe dysmenorrhea are
- High temperature (fever).
- Vaginal discharge.
- Sudden severe abdominal pain.
- Pain when you have sex.
- Vaginal bleeding between periods.
- Vaginal bleeding after having sex.
What Are Home Remedies for Dysmenorrhoea?
Most women with painful periods have mild pain that they can treat themselves at home. However, if your pain becomes more severe and is interfering with your usual activities, you should see your doctor.
There are a number of treatments that may help if you have primary dysmenorrhoea:
- Keep active and try gentle massage and relaxation techniques.
- Warmth. You may find it soothing to hold a hot water bottle against your lower tummy (abdomen), or to have a hot bath. The pain often does not last long, and this may be all that you need. (Be careful not to burn yourself with a hot water bottle that is too hot.)
- Welling Homeopathy Treatment for painful periods include homeopathy medicines for acute pain relief for instant relief
- It also includes chronic pain management and treatment of the root cause of your painful periods for long-term pain relief and cure of painful periods.
Treatment For Dysmenorrhoea
The treatment of dysmenorrhoea include both medical and non-medical methods. Medical therapy involves drugs such as analgesics, hormonal therapies, anti-inflammatory medications, antibiotics, antispasmodic agents, etc., whereas non-medical therapy consists of various physical exercises, dietary changes, herbal remedies, acupuncture & yoga.
Acetylsalicylic acid – This drug reduces inflammation by inhibiting prostaglandin synthesis. It has been used successfully in treating dysmenorrhoeal pains.
Calcium channel blockers – These drugs reduce uterine contractions by blocking calcium channels present in smooth muscle cells. They are effective in reducing pain associated with dysmenorrhoeae.
Antibiotics – Antibiotic therapy is indicated only in case of bacterial infection. In most cases, antibiotic use will not relieve menstrual discomfort.
Anti-inflammatories – Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen and naproxen are commonly prescribed for relieving menstrual cramping. NSAID’s inhibit cycloxygenase enzyme activity resulting in reduced production of pro-inflammatory mediators.
Homeopathy Medicines for Dysmenorrhoea
The treatment for dysmenorrhoea may vary from case to case – some requiring short-term whereas others requiring long-term treatment. The duration of treatment depends on various factors such as the severity, duration, and extent of the illness, nature of treatment taken for the same, and general health of the patient.
Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or to consult and order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed assessment and to start your customized Homeopathy treatment for Dysmenorrhea.