Gynaecological Diseases

Gynecology is actually “the science of women”, a medical practice that deals in the health of female reproductive systems (vagina, uterus and ovaries) and the breasts. It deals with various women’s complaint

Gynecological Diseases

Infertility, Pregnancy, Contraception, Pelvic pain ,Vaginal itching,Vaginal discharge ,Abnormal vaginal bleeding, Breast pain and lumps

1) Menstrual Problem – Problem related to the monthly periods

  •  Irregular Cycles
  •  Dysmenorrhoea – Painful Menstrual periods
  •  Amenorrhea – No Menstrual periods
  •  Oligomenorrhooea – Scanty Menstrual periods
  •  Menorrhagia - Menstrual periods and heavy bleedings
  •  Polymenorohoea – repeat Menstrual cycles with in a period of 21 days and heavy bleedings
  •  Menstruation with clots
  •  Backache, loin (waste pain) ache, severe abdominal pain, calf pain, acidy and headache, pimples (acme) at the time of Menstruation

Ayurved Treatment for Menstruation problems

  •  Panchakarma treatments - Vaman, virechan, Basti, Nasya according to patient’s disease and Prakruti
  •  Ayurveda Medicines
  •  Ayurved Ahar Vihar Management

2) P.C.O.D. – Cysts in ovary

  •  Delayed Menstrual cycles
  •  Ovalation
  •  Obesity
  •  Hirsutism – Growth of unwanted hairs
  •  Acne
  •  Blackiness of the skin
  •  Harmonal imbalance

Ayurved Treatment for Menstruation problems

  •  Panchakarma treatments Vaman, Virechan, Basti, Nasya, Bhedan Chikitsya, Udvartana according to patients disease and prakruti.
  •  Ayurved Medicines ,Ayurved Aahar Vihar Management

3) DUB (Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding – Abnormal)

Abnormal uterine bleeding may be in following situation

  •  Bleeding between Periods
  •  Spotting anytime in the menstrual cycle
  •  Bleeding heavier and / or even after normal menses for many days
  •  Bleeding after menopause

Many times the etiology (reason behind) is unknown. Ayurvedic view reflects broad perspection. There are several patients whose surgery has been avoided by Ayurvedic medicines and panchkarma treatement. Vaman, Basti, Stambhan chikitsa.


Excessive discharge of a white, sticky, foul-smelling material from the vagina is called Leucorrhoea. This common problem may occur due to unhygienic conditions, infection of the genital tract, or impaired immune function. In Ayurveda, Leucorrhoea is known as Shveta Pradar, where Shveta means ‘white’, and Pradar means ‘discharge’.

Symptoms:Pain in the lumbar region, Weakness, Irritation and itching in the genital area

Pain in Ayurvedic treatment of Leucorrhoea consists of restoring the digestive fire of the body in order to cleanse the accumulated toxins and balance Kapha.
Rejuvenating herbs are then prescribed to tone the reproductive the lumbar region, Weakness, Irritation and itching in the genital area

Panchakarma Tretamnets- Yoni Prakshalan, Yoni pichu etc.Ayurved Medicines ,Ayurved Aahar Vihar


Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) is a group of symptoms that may include body aches, backache, headache, nausea, vomiting, loose stools or constipation, and mood swings. These symptoms arise 1-2 weeks before menses starts and usually end with the onset of menstrual flow. The symptoms differ for different females and at different ages.


  •  Abdominal pain and bloating, Breast tenderness, Fatigue and troubled sleep
  •  Upset stomach, Constipation or diarrhea, Body ache and/or headache, Appetite changes or food cravings
  •  Pain in the pubic region,Joint or muscle pain
  •  Tension,Irritability, Mood swings, Crying spells, Anxiety or depression

Excessive intake of oily and spicy foods, sedentary lifestyle, poor nutrition, unhygienic living conditions, improper diet, and psychological factors play a part in causing symptoms of PMS.


Hot flashes are common among women undergoing menopause. A hot flash is a feeling of warmth that spreads over the body and is often most pronounced in the head and chest.
A hot flash is sometimes associated with flushing and is sometimes followed by perspiration. Hot flashes usually last from 30 seconds to several minutes. Although the exact cause of hot flashes is not fully understood, hot flashes are likely due to a combination of hormonal and biochemical fluctuations brought on by declining estrogen levels.

There is currently no method to predict when hot flashes will begin and how long they will last. Hot flashes occur in up to 40% of regularly menstruating women in their forties, so they may begin before the menstrual irregularities characteristic of menopause even begin. About 80% of women will be finished having hot flashes after five years. Sometimes, hot flashes can last as long as 10 years. There is no way to predict when hot flashes will cease, though they tend to decrease in frequency over time. On average, hot flashes last about five years.

Sometimes hot flashes are accompanied by night sweats (episodes of drenching sweats at night-time). This may lead to awakening and difficulty falling asleep again, resulting in unrefreshing sleep and daytime tiredness.

  •  Vaginal Symptoms
    Vaginal symptoms occur as a result of the lining tissues of the vagina becoming thinner, drier, and less elastic as estrogen levels fall. Symptoms may include vaginal dryness, itching, or irritation and/or pain with sexual intercourse (dyspareunia). The vaginal changes also lead to an increased risk of vaginal infections.
  •  Urinary Symptoms
    The lining of the urethra (the transport tube leading from the bladder to discharge urine outside the body) also undergoes changes similar to the tissues of the vagina, and becomes dryer, thinner, and less elastic with declining estrogens levels. This can lead to an increased risk of urinary tract infection, feeling the need to urinate more frequently, or leakage of urine (urinary incontinence). The incontinence can result from a strong, sudden urge to urinate or may occur during straining when coughing, laughing, or lifting heavy objects.
  •  Emotional and Cognitive Symptoms
    Women in peri menopause often report a variety of cognitive (thinking) and/or emotional symptoms, including fatigue, memory problems, irritability, and rapid changes in mood. It is difficult to precisely determine exactly which behavioral symptoms are due directly to the hormonal changes of menopause. Research in this area has been difficult for many reasons. Emotional and cognitive symptoms are so common that it is sometimes difficult in a given woman to know if they are due to menopause. The night sweats that may occur during peri menopause can also contribute to feelings of tiredness and fatigue, which can have an effect on mood and cognitive performance. Finally, many women may be experiencing other life changes during the time of peri menopause or after menopause, such as stressful life events, that may also cause emotional symptoms.

Excessive intake of oily and spicy foods, sedentary lifestyle, poor nutrition, unhygienic living conditions, improper diet, and psychological factors play a part in causing symptoms of PMS.

Ayurvedic Gynecological Treatments - Successful in Treating Various Problems

Panchakarma treatments

  •  Uttar Basti
  •  Yoni Prakashalan
  •  Yoni pichu
  •  Matra Basti
  •  Nasya
  •  Shirodhara
  •  Ayurved Medicines
  •  Ayurved Aahar Vihar
  •  Exercise
  •  Yogasan