Ayurvedic treatment for Pelvic Pain Causes

Pelvic Pain Causes

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Pelvic Pain Causes


The following health problems can cause pelvic pain: 1

Adhesions: Adhesions are bands of tissue that form between internal tissues and organs, and keep them from shifting easily as the body moves. They can form as a result of surgery or infections.

Endometriosis: A condition where endometrial tissue (tissue lining the inside of the uterus) is also presnt outside the uterus (womb) . Common sitesĀ  where endometrial tissue can grow outside uterus are Ovaries, Fallopian tubes (tubes that carry egg from ovaries to uterus), areas in front , back and to the sides of the uterus. The two most common symptoms of endometriosis are pain and may have infertility (inability to conceive).

Painful Bladder disorder: This condition causes bladder pain, and a need to urinate often and right away. It may appear as a burning or sharp pain in the bladder or at the opening where urine leaves the body.

Irritable bowel disorder: This is a digestive problem that can cause pain, bloating, constipation, or diarrhea.

Pelvic floor pain: These conditions occur when the muscles and connective tissues that hold all the pelvic organs in place, get weakened or are injured. Pelvic floor disorders can cause discomfort and pain as well as functional problems, such as trouble with urination, constipation, pain with intercourse.

Uterine fibroids: These are non-cancer tumors made of muscle cells and other tissues that grow within and around the wall of the womb. Symptoms can include heavy or painful periods, pain during sex, and lower back pain.

Among all these causes described above, Ayurveda emphasises upon endometriosis as one of the most common causes of pelvic pain. In endometriosis, excessive intake of dry food, and other factors, aggravates vata dosha. This affects the menstrual cycle, and increases the quantity and flow of blood discharged during period. The description of menstrual blood during this phase is described as phenil (frothy), tanu (thin), ruksha (dry), styana (heavy flow), aruna (rustic red), or color of decoction of kimshuka flower. There is severe pain in lower back, chest, pelvis and stomach.4

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