Natural Remedies For Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding

By: Gordon R Santo


Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding is common disorder based in Uterus and diagnosed in absence of demonstrable structural or organic pathology. Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding is abnormal bleeding which can be in the form of Menorrhagia, Metrorrhagia, and Menometrorrhagia, Intermenstrual bleeding, Mid Cycle spotting, Post-menopausal bleeding and Amenorrhea. Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding is a diagnosis of exclusion, any possibility of abnormalities, malignancy, pregnancy, medicines, systemic diseases and pathology is ruled out before diagnosing the problem. Abnormal bleeding is classified into two categories, Ovulatory and Anovulatory. Nearly, 90 percent of total cases result from Anovulation and only 10 percent of cases occur with Ovulatory cycles. Anovulatory Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding is common at the extremes of reproductive years during puberty or during pre-menopause. In Ovulatory Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding women lose blood nearly three times faster than normal women.

In a healthy woman cycle occurs in 28 days, during 14 days after first day of last cycle body thickens and develops endometrium lining and estrogen hormone level is high. After 14 days from first day of last cycle FSH and LH hormones are secreted and women release Ovum. If there is no fertilization the produced eggs die and cause sudden drop in hormonal levels. This initiates shedding of endometrium and menstrual flow begins which continues for 3 to 4 days till endometrium lining is flushed out completely. Once bleeding stops women again enters into Follicular phase and start implanting endometrial lining in the Uterus. This cycle continues during entire fertile age of a woman and keeps her capable of reproducing.

Anovulatory bleeding occurs due to disturbance in hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis, when ovulation does not occur there is no secretion of progesterone hormone to stabilize endometrium. Due to lack of progesterone endometrium lining persist in Uterus and periods become irregular and women experience problems like too frequent periods, absent periods and heavily bleeding periods arriving at short intervals than normal. Hormonal changes are responsible for causing Ovulatory Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding too, in this, women Ovulate and eggs are produced but they get periods at short intervals and bleed at much faster rate than normal, nearly three times faster than healthy women. Hormonal changes are causes of both types of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding though the reasons behind these hormonal changes are yet to be established. Abnormal uterine bleeding affects nearly 50 percent of premenopausal women.

Prolonged or excessive bleeding occurring at irregular but at more frequent intervals, or bleeding normally but it is occurring more frequently than normal, and bleeding in variable amounts occurring between regular menstrual periods are other symptoms of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding. Spotting before 14 days after first day of last menstrual cycle, Absence of periods for few months and recurrence of bleeding in menopausal women for 6 months to a year after cessation of menstrual cycles are also symptoms of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding.

Gynecure capsule contains very effective natural herbs that do not cause any side effect during and after treatment of bleeding problems. Due to herbal composition of natural ingredient, it is safe for women of all age groups.

Gynecure capsule not only works as simple pain relievers but also provide long-lasting treatment for bleeding. It is highly recommended to take one or two Gynecure capsules two times every day with water or milk for three to four months to get the best result.

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