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Which Natural Remedies Can I Take For Anovulation
There are several...: Some natural therapies may work, depending on why someone is not ovulating. For example, if it's due to pcos, then weight loss may help (if overweight). Acupuncture has helped some of my patients.. If it's anovulation due to anorexia, being too thin, or exercising too much, then weight gain may help (along with decreasing exercise). I hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are all the symptoms of a anovulation ? Is the irregular bleeding heavy or light ? What treatment options are available
how can you tell you it
Definitions....: Anovulation means you didn't ovulate that cycle. Ovulation occurs mid-cycle and not ovulating does not necessarily alter the flow of the following menses. Treatment is only necessary if anovulation is chronic and you're trying to conceive! good luck! ...Read more
Are there any natural remedies for pms? Are there any over-the-counter or natural remedies that are known to be effective in the treatment of pms?
Try Vitamin B6: Pyridoxine hcl is vitamin b6. It's available over the counter. Some get relief using it just the week before menses; others use it every day. Experiment with more than one pill a day but don't overdo it. If that doesn't help, steer clear of caffeine and chocolate. Next step - talk to your dr. About antidepressants or progesterone. ...Read more
What do you think natural remedies are best for acne treatment instead of employing chemical on the face?
Doctors are looking to integrate more natural remedies into their treatment regimens. So is alternative medicine the cure?
Discuss with your MD: Western medicine offers many wonderful treatments, many that are derived from extensive research of the active component of a 'natural' cure e.g. Aspirin from a compound in the bark of the willow tree. Therefore, it is very important to discuss use of alternative medicines & any supplements with your md because there are many potential interactions as well as side effects. ...Read more
Remedies for periods: Not having a period can be a sign of early pregnancy, thyroid disorders, hormonal imbalance such as pco, prolonged use of birth control, stress, too much exercise, anorexia etc. If you have spoken with your doctor and they say this is just one anovulation period, natural supplements that balance hormones are vitex , oil of primrose (better for progesterone). ...Read more
Within a month: The hormones from Mirena are cleared from your system fairly rapidly. Some women may take longer to ovulate. See your doctor if your normal cycle doesn't return in 3-4 months. ...Read more
I've recently had a hysterectomy & cannot take hormones because of all the endometriosis. What natural remedies can I take for severe hot flashes?
Hot flashes: This is actually my specialty! you may take natural micronized Progesterone preferably compounded into cream or pill form. Go to puritanpride.Com and order meno-ease. Take two twice a day. I t will not stimulate remnant endometriosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tips: Saltwater gargles: mix 1 tsp salt in 8 oz warm water – gargle several times a day. Pour boiling water over thinly sliced ginger. Steep 5 min. In a covered pot. Add 2 to 3 tbs honey & sip. Try thyme tea. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
Natural treatment: Alternative treatments for depression include exercise, eating a healthy diet, therapy, herbal supplements ( i.e. 5 htp, same and st john's wort), journaling and support groups. Vitamins can also be helpful such as a b complex, vitamin d and omega 3. If you have severe depression which is adversely affecting your ability to function, please see a mental health professional. ...Read more
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