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04:37 PM | 03-02-2021

Namaskaram, my periods went missing after July 2019 and I haven't gotten my periods yet. My sonography report shows cysts in my ovaries. Please guide me as to what can I do to bring my periods back. Thank you.

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11:51 AM | 08-02-2021

Hello User,

Cysts development in the ovaries is a condition known as Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). It is a hormonal disorder which is common in women of reproductive age. Women suffering from PCOS may have prolonged menstrual periods or infrequent periods.
The exact cause of PCOS is not known. However, Obese women and women having a family history of PCOS are more prone to this disorder. 

Diet to follow- 

  • Eating processed and preserved foods may contribute to inflammation and insulin resistance. So, avoid processed, preserved and packaged foods. 
  • Add fruits, legumes and vegetables in your diet. 
  • Eat nuts, sprouts and soaked raisins in the morning. 
  • Add iron-rich foods like broccoli, spinach to your diet.
  • Have magnesium-rich foods like almonds, cashews and bananas.
  • Include turmeric and cinnamon in your diet. Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties and cinnamon has positive effects on insulin resistance. 
  • Avoid caffeine. 
  • Avoid carbonated drinks. 
  • Say no to alcohol, tobacco. 
  • Avoid dairy products and animal products. 

Exercise 

Doing yoga is very beneficial for PCOS.

  • Perform bhujanga asana, vriksha asana and padahasta asana. 
  • Do pranayam regularly specially anulom-vilom pranayam. 
  • Take sunrays regularly in the morning for at least 20min. 

Sleep

Sleeping pattern is very essential for a healthy hormonal balance. Hence, take proper sleep of at least 7-8 hours daily. Sleep early at night and also wake up early in the morning. 

Thank you



02:50 PM | 04-02-2021

Namaskar,

We do understand your concern about your health condition. Women's health-related issues such as ovarian cysts, PCOD or thyroid, etc. are often linked to hormonal imbalance. We would like to draw your attention to the Nature Cure perspective on the same.

Nature Cure believes that the root cause of most diseases/health conditions is Toxaemia- the accumulation of toxins within the body.  While some toxins are an output of metabolism, others are added due to unnatural lifestyle- wrong food habits, lack of rest and stress. Nature has equipped us with the measures of eliminating the toxins on a regular basis - through breathing, stool, urine, sweat, mucus depositions in nose, eyes and genitals etc. Whenever there is toxic overload due to insufficient or faulty elimination our body tries to throw out the toxins in the form of Flu, Loose-motions, cough, cold, fever, skin rashes and acute pain. Defying the body’s demand for rest and/ or suppressing the discomforting symptoms by quick-fixes like medicines, leads to an imbalance in the body. If there is a toxic overload on the body, it can prevent the hormones from performing their routine functions.

One can reverse this state of imbalance by getting back in sync with the natural laws of living. Our Natural Health Coach can look into your routine in a more comprehensive way and give you an action plan. Shifting to a natural lifestyle will also help you deal with all your other health issues. You can explore our  Natural Health Coaching Program for the same.  

In the meantime, you may read this blog - Pcos/Pcod - a rising problem in women today

We encourage you to take charge of your health and  be inspired by Women’s Health stories in our Journeys section - click here

Wish you all the best for your good health!

Regds

Team Wellcure



02:49 PM | 04-02-2021

Hello,

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age. It is a lifestyle disorder.

Your cure lies inside your lifestyle

Please consider looking into the following

Are you having sound sleep at night? Are you consuming processed and junk food, Are you consuming milk?? Because milk nowadays is loaded with synthetic hormones that cause hormonal disbalance when ingested. Are you having satisfactory motions in the morning? Water intake should be 2-3 L / day. Please consider synching your lifestyle with the Sun clock – start your day as sunrises and end as sunsets.

Symptoms of PCOS -

  • Irregular periods or no periods at all.
  • Excessive hair growth (hirsutism) – usually on the face, chest, back, or buttocks.
  • Weight gain. (Due to insulin resistance in the body)
  • Thinning hair and hair loss from the head.
  • oily skin or acne.
  • Dark patches of skin can form in body creases like those on the neck, in the groin, and under the breasts.
  • Difficulty getting pregnant.

For immediate management of delayed periods

  1. Take a bowl full of papaya daily
  2. Take 1 tablespoon of soaked fenugreek seeds daily just before lunch
  3. Put hot water bag on the lower abdominal region (lower tummy)
  4. Practice 12 rounds of Suryanamaskara daily
  5. Reduce stress and Practice mindfulness

For Long term management

  • Adopt a healthy lifestyle
  • Practice yoga on a regular basis
  • Eat natural, unprocessed foods. – You can get some really delicious and easy recipes on the WELLCURE blog
  • Consume a diet low in carbs and high in vegan protein and high-fiber foods, spinach, and other dark, leafy greens, add natural prebiotics in the diet.
  • Drink spearmint tea daily
  • Dark red fruits, such as red grapes, blueberries, blackberries, and cherries.
  • Take Hip bath daily
  • Hormone supporting herbs helps but should be taken only under the guidance of your physician

Avoid -

  • Processed, packed and oily food
  • Sugar, milk and milk products.
  • Non-vegetarian food
  • Wheat and wheat products
  • Stress

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