Fibroid Uterus

Fibroid uterus is the presence of noncancerous fibrous growth in the uterus. This growth can be as small as a seed or can be big enough to alter the size of the uterus. It results in symptoms like heavy menstrual bleeding, constipation, pelvic pain, backaches, and frequent urination.

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How will ayurvedic medicines work to reduce fibroids?

Query: Hi doctor,I have five tumors in my uterus ranging in size from 1 cm to 2 cm, and I cannot conceive. So I would want to use Patanjali Kanchnar Gulgul Vridhi Vatika Vati and Patanjali Shatavar Churna. How will they work in terms of reducing fibroids? Will they be affected by Ayurvedic medicine?  Read Full »

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Answer: Hello, Welcome to I understand your concern. Ayurvedic medicine can be used to treat uterine fibroids. According to your USG (Ultrasonography) report, you have an ovarian cyst in addition to several fibroids. In your query, you have mentioned a few ayurvedic medications. Have you see...  Read Full »

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