Ayurvedic treatment for What is Oligomenorrhea

What is Oligomenorrhea

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What is Oligomenorrhea Ayurvedic treatment


Oligomenorrhea is defined as irregular or very little menstrual bleeding. Women whose periods arrived normally and regularly established but later they developed problems with infrequent flow are said to be suffering from oligomenorrhea. The periods may occur at intervals of greater than 35 days. There may be only four to nine periods in a year instead of twelve. It may indicate an underlying disease condition for example polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). However some other lifestyle factors can also cause this disease such as emotional stress or excessive exercise.

In Ayurveda it is called as ‘Artava (menstrual blood) Kshaya (loss) or Artava (menstrual blood) Ksheenata (weakening)’

Sushruta described that imbalance in vata and kapha affect menstrual flow. When genital organs are surrounded by excess vata and kapha it results into oligomenorrohea/ amenorrhea.

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