Homeopathic treatment

Before we delve into the homeopathic treatment for menopause, let us look at the allopathic aspect:

  1. Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
  2. Sedatives and tranquilizes
  3. Barbiturates

Hormone therapy generally includes estrogen therapy, androgen therapy and combined estrogen therapy.

Prolonged HRT increases the risks of thromboembolism and pulmonary embolism, stroke, breast cancer, endometrial cancer and gall bladder disease. Some patients exhibit the symptoms of severe bleeding, nausea, vomiting as side effects of HRT and may show intolerance to HRT.

Addiction to sedatives and tranquilizers causes depression, anxiety, aggression, restlessness, and hallucinations.

Overdose of barbiturates may be fatal.

Now let us discuss what homeopathy offers.

Each female going through the menopausal phase suffers from different set of problems and puts her own stamp on her menopausal life situation. Patients come to me with issues such as hot flushes, night sweats, irregular periods and so on. Homeopathy provides the right kind of treatment in each case.

Other general problems faced by females are mood swings, depression, anxiety, irritability, panic disorders, and difficulty in concentration and memory lapses. Females develop a forsaken feeling with a sense of insecurity within them. Homeopathy becomes the safest method for hormonal readjustments to overcome the tough phase ultimately causing improvement in emotional sphere too.

Patients are also counselled about sleep disorders, fatigue, osteoporosis, hair loss, incontinence of urine in addition to the appropriate homeopathic remedies; this makes their life happier and easier. Vaginal dryness and loss of libido are adequately addressed too with indicted homeopathic remedies.

Medicines which have been found effective include Phosphorus, Staphysgaria, Argentum metallicum, Natrum muriaticum, Sepia, Calcarea, Pulsatilla, Graphites, Lachesis and many more. [Note: Do not self medicate. Take your medications exactly as prescribed by your doctor, including at the right time and full length of your prescribed treatment.]

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H2 – What is Menopause?

  1. Time of cessation of ovarian function resulting in permanent amenorrhea.
  2. Takes 12 months of amenorrhea to confirm that menopause has set in.

H2 – Menopausal Age

  1. Normally occurs between 45 to 50 years of age
  2. Average age 47 years
  3. Not related to menarche, race, socio-economic status, number of pregnancies, lactation or taking oral contraceptive pills.
  4. Directly associated with smoking and genetic disposition.
  5. Premature menopause: below the age of 40 years
  6. Late menopause: menstruation continues beyond the age of 52 years (seen in women with fibroids and women who develop endometrial cancer)

H2 – Menopausal Symptoms

H3 – Menstrual

  1. Sudden cessation
  2. Gradual reduction in the amount of blood loss with each regular period until menstruation stops
  3. Gradual increase in spacing of the periods until the cease for at least a period of one year

H3 – Other Symptoms

  1. Hot flushes: sometimes preceded by headache
  2. Sweating
  3. Pseudocyesis (Physiological state in which women exhibit symptoms of pregnancy but are not pregnant)
  4. Phobia of cancer
  5. Loose extra weight

H3 – Neurological

  1. Paresthesia (abnormal skin sensation) taking the form of sensations of pins and needles in the extremities.

H3 – Genital

  1. Decreased libido after menopause. (sexual feeling and libido may increase in few)
  2. Dry vagina
  3. Dyspareunia (pain during sexual intercourse)
  4. Senile vaginitis causing vaginal bleeding (rare)
  5. Prolapse of genital tract
  6. Stress incontinence of feces and urine

H3 – Urinary (Urethral Syndrome)

  1. Urethral outgrowth (Urethral caruncle)
  2. Dysuria
  3. Recurrent infection
  4. Urge and stress incontinence

H3 – Late Sequel

  1. Arthritis, osteoporosis and fracture
  2. CVS accidents such as ischemic heart disease, myocardial infarction, atherosclerosis and hypertension
  3. Stroke
  4. Skin changes like wrinkling of skin
  5. Alzheimer disease
  6. Ano-colonic cancer
  7. Tooth decay
  8. Prolapse of genital tract, stress incontinence of urine, fecal incontinence
  9. Cataract, glaucoma, macular degeneration
  10. Locomotor system disorders: menopausal arthropathy (abnormality of joints), osteoarthritis, fibrositis, backache

H3 – Management

  1. Counselling about pregnancy and cancer phobia
  2. Advice to use barrier method of contraception
  3. Diet including food rich in vitamin A, C, E, D, calcium. Soya beans are good
  4. Walking and aerobic exercises

H3 – Related Helpful Resources

  1. Menopause: Symptoms, Cause and Treatment
  2. Menopause
  3. 34 Menopause Symptoms