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Miscarriage and Homeopathy management

A miscarriage is the loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. The medical term for a miscarriage is spontaneous abortion, but the condition is not an abortion in the common definition of the term.

What Causes Miscarriage?
Most miscarriages are caused by chromosome abnormalities that make it impossible for the baby to develop. There are many factors which are responsible for miscarriage, some are listed below:


Homeopathy “A True Friend” of today’s Women

Homeopathy is truly a friend to women. It takes care of needs of women in all facets of their lives. By strengthening the immune system and helping to balance the mind and the body, homeopathy can help women feel good, be healthy and be energetic to achieve the maximum in life.


Amenorrhea means the absence of the menstrual period. One of the most common causes of amenorrhea is hormonal disturbance. The interplay of female sex hormones can be disrupted by a wide range of events, including diseases of the reproductive organs, weight loss, emotional stress or over exercising.


Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Homeopathy

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a group of symptoms linked to the menstrual cycle/monthly bleeding in women. PMS symptoms occur 1 to 2 weeks before your menstruation starts. The symptoms usually go away after you start bleeding.

PMS can affect menstruating women of any age and the effect is different for each woman. For some women, PMS is just a monthly bother. For others, it may be so severe that it makes it hard to even get through the day.

PMS affects one in three menstruating women and often ill-defined symptoms can be severely debilitating. The symptoms usually go away after you start bleeding. Treatment of these problems using nutrition, exercise, lifestyle changes and homeopathy can produce excellent results.


Menopause – Perimenopasue & Homeopathy

The menopause or perimenopause marks the end of menstruation and commonly occurs between 40 and 55 years, with the average age being 51. At the menopause and perimenopause, the level of estrogen and progesterone, the hormones produced from the ovaries, decreases in quantity whilst other hormones (produced from the pituitary gland – follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH)), increase in quantity. The reason for this change in hormonal emphasis is thought to be the result of the body making a last attempt to try to stimulate the ovaries.