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Ayurvedic Medicine To Postpone Menstrual Cycle
I understand your desire for fulfillment of sexual Health.
There is no Clinically documented Research about any Ayurvedic medicine helping with erection.
For sexual health fulfillment, it is important to have
Physical intimacy, and Sexual intimacy
See your Physician about your sexual needs and sexual health, and work with a Therapist. ...Read more
The menstrual cycle begins with the shedding of the uterine lining, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. A few weeks later, one ovary releases an egg and the uterine lining thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy. Pregnancy can occur at this stage if sperm fertilizes the egg. If the egg is not fertilized, the egg will leave your body and ...Read more
Progesterones: If you are looking to achieve no bleeding with your menstrual cycles, which we refer to as amenorrhea, a good option for you to explore with your physician are progesterone only contraceptive methods. Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) is an injection you receive every 3 months, and there is also an implantable capsule containing progesterone as well. These methods are effective at eliminating your menstrual bleeding. ...Read more
Are there any legitimate textbooks or authors on the subject of Ayurvedic medicine (herbs and medical philosophy)? What are some good ones?
Of course!: Given that there are colleges of ayurvdic medicine of course these colleges have textbooks. The best may be the 3 volume textbook of Ayurveda by vasant lad. For other good ones look at the ones used by the kripalu school of ayurveda: http://www.Kripalu. Org/study_with_us/730. ...Read more
Unknown mechanism: Ayervedic medicine is a system of treating disease based on folk experience and trust in the practitioner rather than the more modern approaches. I respect it but I doubt you'll find a mechanism for this butter-based herbal mix. You'll need to decide whether it's worked, or is a placebo. But in any case, I hope you get what you want -- good luck. ...Read more
Does Ayurvedic medicine like shilajit tablets for treating premature ejaculation have side effects???
If you don't have a regular menstrual cycle ; what are other ways to tell that you are ovulating without going to the drug store and buying a kit?
Likely not ovulating: If you are nor have regular cycles, that is the best evidence that you are NOT ovulating regularly. You can check basal body temperatures, but this will be very difficult to interpret if cycles are irregular. ...Read more
I have not had a menstrual cycle for about 5 months now... Could it possibly be because of my drug use because I am addicted to heroin and pain pills?
No: Sorry no. accepting yourself the way you are- would be the best. The earlier you accept yourself, the sooner your life would be better. ...Read more
The national Ayurvedic medical association has recognized 12 Ayurvedic colleges in the US that meet their standards for training. These colleges offer various degrees and certifications.
See http://ayurvedanama.org/schools-programs/ for more information. ...Read more
Usually: This depends on why your energy is depleted. Often fatigue is related to hormonal imbalances & Ayurveda offers great herbs to improve endocrine function. Ayurveda is also good at detoxification, which can improve energy. It can also help treat infections, thus improving energy. Most people should experience improvements in energy as a result of carefully applied Ayurvedic therapies. ...Read more
Get evaluated: There are many reasons for menstrual irregularities and it needs to be evaluated thoroughly before starting any medications. ...Read more
I have not: Heard of any contraindication to drug screening urinalysis while menstruating. ...Read more
Schizophrenia: No proof of full effectiveness of such tx. ...Read more
Hi, from last 5-6 years I am suffring from piles. I have taken Ayurvedic medicine for it but it didn't work. It is extranal pile I suppose...
Sexual dysfunction?: There r plenty of medication for sexual dysfunction. Talk to u pcp and he will be able to help u. ...Read more
Tough to know: Whitish spots on the skin can be many things. Some simple and common causes are pityriasis alba, vitiligo, tinea versicolor, eczema, a side effect of topical steroids, even a type of skin lymphoma (hypopigmented mycosis fungoides) and many others. You should probably get this evaluated by your family doctor or a dermatologist to make sure. Good luck to you. ...Read more
Can someone please advise on the Ayurvedic medicine which can be used for stronger erection during intercourse?
Here are some ...: I'm afraid there has been no known means or pills ever proven to enhance "stronger" erection during coitus. However, the combo of practicing healthy lifestyle without obsession + avoiding sex more than 2-3 times per week at 33 + doing sex after full mental and physical rest & recovery will definitely make your performance better and stronger than what you can now, but don't compare to others... ...Read more
Could someone please advise on the Ayurvedic medicine which can be used for stronger erection during intercourse?
Ayurveda & erections: Please first see your doctor to make sure vascular and hormonal health are good. If you are monitoring yourself mentally that can interfere w/the natural process. A clinical psychologist or licensed sex therapist can help. Fatigue can be an issue. If you go to an Ayurvedic or other alternative practitioner please make sure you research them well. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I am 23 years. I am taking Ayurvedic medicine to increase my hunger. Recently I caught by common cold and fever. Can I continue with those medicines?
Yes: These medicines are not attended by the risks that pharmaceutical-house meds carry -- the latter are far stronger for better and for worse. Unless your practitioner has warned you, continue doing as seems best. Truth be told, the best remedy for defective appetite predates even the wonderful books we call the vedas -- it's getting into an active, fitness-based lifestyle. ...Read more
Homeopathy & menses: The nature of homeopathic medicines is to stimulate the body to regulate whatever is dysregulated, including menstrual cycles. At least this is what happens when homeopathic medicines are prescribed accurately. It would not be expected to delay a normally functioning menstrual cycle. ...Read more
See below: I have not come across any ayurvedic literature anywhere in this country. I am unable to answer this question in any detail. ...Read more
Find the cause: This kind of question is best handled by a relationship with a local, accountable, evidence-based practitioner who knows the ayurvedic meds. If you have erectile dysfunction at your age (i.e., don't get hard even with your favorite partner / images / thoughts), I'm worried you have hemochromatosis, a prolactinoma or something else dangerous that a mainstream physician could find. ...Read more
Sir, my BP is remain 135/94mg generally and after take Ayurvedic medicine name muktavati, it is 112/82, still distolic is high in compare of systolic?
Your BP is in good control now
stay with the current treatment ...Read more
Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more
Ayurveda programs follow the ancient Hindu science of medicine, and offer a holistic approach to health with the goal to help people live long, healthy, and well-balanced lives. The programs focus on the three basic energy types (doshas) found in every person, and work ...Read more