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Normal Delivery

Normal delivery, otherwise called vaginal delivery or natural birth, is the process of delivering a baby between 36 and 42 weeks of pregnancy. Natural delivery is helpful for both mother and child, as it reduces the risks associated with C-sections. Natural delivery helps to have lactation faster as natural mothering hormones are produced quickly. There is a contraction of the cervix, causing dilation and continued stretching of the cervix, resulting in the baby's delivery.

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I have been diagnosed with a bulky uterus and vaginal infection after a normal delivery. Can ayurvedic medications help me overcome this?

Query: Hello doctor, I have been diagnosed with the problem of a bulky uterus and sometimes I have an infection in the vagina. I had a normal delivery one year and three months back. What are the treatments in panchakarma ayurveda for that?  Read Full »

Dr. Alka

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Thank you for your query. I just read your query. See you should go for panchakarma therapy in a nearby panchakarma center. Your doctor may prescribe you to perform Virechana or Uttar Basti. Also, he will prescribe you to take oral medications along with this. But if y...  Read Full »

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