Ayurvedic treatment for What is Pelvic Pain

What is Pelvic Pain

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What is Pelvic Pain Ayurvedic treatment


Pelvic pain is a general term used to describe pain that occurs mostly in the region below the stomach, i.e. region between your legs and lower area of stomach, known as pelvis or pelvic area. This is a common type of pain which can be long-lasting (more than 6 months) or severe (sudden and short-lived).  Severe pelvic pain can interfere with daily living and functioning.1

Pelvic pain is seen most commonly in women, where they may feel dull pain during their period or sexual activity. Pelvic pain can be a sign that there is a problem with one of the organs in the pelvic area, such as the womb, eggs, reproductive tubes, birth canal or womb opening. It is reported that around 45% women suffer from long-lasting pelvic and low back pain during pregnancy in Europe. In Asia, it is considered as a normal side effect of pregnancy.3

Pelvic pain is less common in men and most of the times, the problem is with the prostate gland (a gland surrounding the urinary bladder in men).2

 According to Ayurveda, when a woman of vata prakriti consumes an improper diet and indulges in other activities that aggravate vata; aggrevated Vata reachesthe reproductive system, and produces pricking and pelvic pain, stiffness, sensation like creeping of ants, roughness, numbness and tiredness. Due to vata, periods become irregular and are often painful, frothy, thin, and dry (absence of mucous).4

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