Women’s health should be taken seriously in order to live in a healthy society. Ayurveda, or “life science,” has been practised in India from the dawn of time. Ayurvedic medicine includes remedies for almost every gynaecological ailment, from menarche through menopause. Ayurvedic drugs for gynaecological are considered safe, cost-effective, and widely available. Yonivyapad is an Ayurvedic name for gynaecological issues. Understanding the underlying causes of menstruation disorders such amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, and menorrhagia can lead to effective therapy. Basic herbal mixes described in Ayurvedic writings provide a major medical value that is typically disregarded in this context. Ayurveda Gynecology is the finest alternative for treating problems at their source.

According to Ayurveda, the key to managing gynaecological ailments is to balance hormones, moderate lifestyle, manage stress, and eat a body-energy (dosha constitution) appropriate diet, as well as remedial medicines. The therapy is customized to the patient’s energy (dosha) constitution.


Gynaecological problems that we treat
  • Menstrual Issues – The menstrual cycle, or artavachakra, is a key physiological manifestation of a woman that offers her maternal identity. In Ayurveda, the doshas categorise menstruation problems, which assists in the construction of a personalised treatment plan for each patient and the long-term resolution of symptoms.
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome – The most prevalent cause of infertility in women of reproductive age is PCOS (Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome). The global prevalence of this illness is estimated to be 5-10%, with a significant prevalence on the Indian subcontinent (52 percent). This syndrome is characterised by hyperandrogenism (clinical or biochemical), persistent anovulation, and polycystic ovaries. Insulin resistance and obesity are frequently associated with this illness. While modern medicine merely addresses the symptoms of PCOS, Ayurveda has helped millions of individuals overcome the ailment with few side effects and without the need of contemporary medications.
  • White Discharge (Leucorrhoea). In Ayurveda, it is known as Shwetapradara. A lot of white discharge is referred to by this word. The cause is assumed to be an aggravation or vitiation of the Kapha dosha. Patients who are frail, malnourished, or anaemic are more susceptible to develop this illness. Most women have some vaginal fluid, which is the body’s natural cleansing process that lubricates and protects the vagina from infection.
Management through Fusion Therapy:

Neurotherapy helps in the induction of brain’s metabolism, circulation and oxygen levels in order to restore and balance the body’s energy forces .Ayurvedic medication helps in obliterate the causes and symptoms. Yoga and some exercises encourage the women health.

There is a high likelihood that every woman may experience a gynecological issue at some point in her life. Experiencing pain throughout the menstrual cycle is expected. Therefore, the discomfort may be considered unimportant. Because of its pelvic location, this type of pain is often misdiagnosed as originating from the digestive tract (constipation, high perirectal abscess), the urinary system (interstitial cystitis, calculi), the musculoskeletal system (abdominal muscle strains), or even as the result of physical, psychologic, or sexual abuse.

However, the duration and frequency of the discomfort help differentiate it from these illnesses. A variety of gynecological conditions might cause the following symptoms.

  • Disturbed or excessive
  • menstruation
  • Spotting
  • Spotting after making love (PCB)
  • Pain in the pelvis
  • Intense discomfort in the back

Your pelvic pain could be a symptom of something more serious. Neurovedic professionals System’s gynecologists are among the most caring and experienced in the country. Together with our state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment facilities, we provide you with the best care for any gynecological issues you may be experiencing.

When You Should See a Neurovedic Gynecologist
You may only realize you have a cyst, tumor, or lump if you get checked up by a gynecologist regularly because most of the gynecological diseases described show symptoms once they are already in an advanced stage. Our gynecologists will thoroughly evaluate your medical history related to gynecological issues before making a diagnosis. Regular visits to your gynecologist are essential for maintaining your health.

The following are some possible outcomes of a yearly go to the gynecologist:

  • Assessment, guidance, and counseling
  • Immunizations
  • I was checking vitals, measuring BMI, and assessment of general health.
  • An internal breast exam and a pelvic exam
  • Mammography
  • Colonoscopy

Your gynecologist may suggest the following diagnostic procedures if they notice anything:

  • Pap smear Test
  • Ultrasound
  • Colposcopy
  • Biopsy
  • Hysteroscopy

Feel Something Wrong With Your Body?

Mr. Ram Gopal Parihar is one of India’s few certified Persons & Neurotherapists. He is equipped with a wide range of Neurotherapy procedures for naturally treating severe sickness, and his work has shown remarkable outcomes on over 20,000 patients.