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Menopause Treatment in Homeopathy without Side Effects

Homeopathy helps with both the physical and emotional symptoms of menopause while working with a woman’s natural aging process. It enables the aging process to occur naturally and gently, without the risk of side-effects.

Menopause Treatment

As each woman’s journey through menopause is unique and the symptoms can be complex in certain cases; an in-depth consultation takes place to help devise an individualized homeopathic menopause treatment plan.

For example, when it comes to hot flushes, two women may have completely different symptoms. Hot flushes may be gradual or sudden; they may occur only at night or during the day or at certain times throughout the day. A history of stress or poor diet may cause menopause symptoms for one woman, while a history of synthetic female sex hormones (through hormone replacement therapy) may cause symptoms for another. Homeopathic medicine for menopause is prescribed based on these symptoms along with a history of emotional and general health.

Conventional treatment vs. homeopathy treatment for Menopause

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) involves medication that contains female hormones. The medication replaces the estrogen that your body stops making during menopause with synthetic steroid estrogen. But at the same time, hormone replacement therapy increases the risk of certain serious conditions, including:

  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Blood clots
  • Breast cancer

Homeopathic menopause treatment works on balancing the hormones, detoxing the liver and improving energy. Homeopathic medicines help to support the natural self-healing of the female hormonal system in a non-invasive way.

According to a study published in ResearchGate, to examine the effectiveness of homeopathic menopause treatment, 99 physicians from 8 countries took part in the study which included 438 patients with an average age of 55. Homeopathic medicines for menopause were prescribed to 98% of the patients. Belladonna, sepia officinalis, lachesis mutus, sulphur and sanguinaria canadensis were the most prescribed homeopathic remedies for menopause. A non-homeopathic treatment and/or food supplement was prescribed for 2% of the patients. The homeopathic treatment resulted in a significant reduction in the frequency of hot flushes by day and night and a reduction in the daily discomfort. With homeopathic medicine for menopause, 90% of the patients reported lessening or disappearance of their symptoms within 15 days.

Why Dr Batra's for Menopause Treatment

At Dr Batra’s™, we specialize in treating women’s health problems including menopause with a positive treatment outcome rate of 96% (authenticated by American Quality Assessors). We know how difficult it is to deal with the menopause phase and we understand the emotional toll it takes over your mind and health. Therefore, we carefully design every homeopathy treatment plan for our patients suffering from menopause. Book an appointment with our homeopathic gynecologist for effective menopause treatment without any side-effects.


What happens during menopause?

It is important to understand that each woman's experience during menopause is highly individual. Some women may experience few or no symptoms of menopause, while others may experience multiple psychological and physical symptoms. The severity and extent of symptoms differ significantly among women. Sometimes, symptoms may come and go for a long period for some women. This, too, is highly individual.

Irregular vaginal bleeding

Irregular vaginal bleeding may happen when a woman is near menopause. Some women may have less severe problems with abnormal bleeding during the time prior to menopause whereas others can have excessive, unpredictable bleeding. Menses may occur more frequently (the cycle shortens in duration), or they may get farther apart (the cycle lengthens in duration) before they stop.

Hot flushes

Hot flushes are common among women undergoing menopause. A hot flush is a feeling of warmth that spreads over the body and is often felt in the chest and head. It usually lasts for 30 seconds to several minutes.

Night sweats

Night sweats (episodes of drench sweating at night) sometimes accompany hot flushes. This may lead to awakening and trouble in falling asleep again; it can result in restless sleep and daytime fatigue.

Vaginal symptoms

Vaginal symptoms occur because the tissue lining of the vagina becomes thinner, drier and less elastic with low estrogen levels. Symptoms may include vaginal itching, dryness and pain during sexual intercourse. The vaginal changes can also increase the risk of vaginal infections. Menopause treatment is recommended for vaginal symptoms as it can lead to health complications and increase in severity.

Urinary symptoms

The urethra lining (the tube leading from the bladder to release urine outside the body) also undergoes changes. It becomes drier, thinner and less elastic with declining estrogen levels. This can lead to frequent urination, leakage of urine or risk of urinary tract infection.

Emotional and cognitive symptoms

Peri-menopause, also known as menopause transition, is the time when the ovaries gradually begin to make less estrogen. It often reports a variety of emotional and mental processing symptoms, including irritability, memory problems, fatigue and rapid mood changes.

Other physical changes

Many women notice weight gain during menopause. The distribution of body fat may change; body fat may deposit more in the abdominal and waist area rather than in the thighs and hips. Changes in skin texture like wrinkles may develop along with worsening of adult acne. Since the body continues to produce small quantities of the male hormone testosterone, some women may experience slight hair growth on the upper lip, chin, chest, or abdomen.

It is best recommended to get a menopause treatment at the soonest if the severity of the symptoms is affecting your physical and mental health.

How long does menopause last for?

During menopause, the symptoms may continue for an average of four to five years but they decrease in intensity and frequency with time. Some women report their symptoms last longer. Menopause starts after you have gone a full year without a period. If you go 6 months without a period and then get one, the process gets reset. So you have to go another 12 months without a period to say you are in the menopause transition.

What are the worst menopause symptoms?

A woman's body goes through a lot of modifications during menopause. The intensity of menopause symptoms varies and the most disturbing symptoms depend on each woman's body. You may not sleep well because of hot flushes, experience mood swings, or have vaginal itching. Anxiety and fear could also be at play during this time and lead to depression.
Homeopathic medicine for menopause helps to treat these symptoms by supporting the natural self-healing capacity and the overall imbalance of hormones.

What is the menopausal age of a woman?

Every woman is different, but the menopausal transition usually starts between the age of 45 to 55. Some women can start as early as 35, while others may not experience it until they are 60. Family history can be a reasonable predictor. If there are cases in your family of menopause on the early side, there is a good chance you may get it early too.

What are periods like during menopause?

Menopause is a stage in life when you stop having your menstrual period. It’s a natural part of aging and marks the end of your reproductive years. It gets diagnosed after you go 12 months without a menstrual period.

Can the hot flushes and mood swings I am experiencing during menopause be treated?

Yes. Our treatments can help reduce hot flushes and mood swings that commonly occur during menopause.

My memory is not as good as it used to be. Can this be due to menopause ?

Yes. Difficulty in concentrating and remembering are common symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. If you are experiencing these symptoms please consult our doctors and discuss it with them.

I have trouble sleeping, and I feel tired all the time. Can this be due to menopause?

Yes. Sleep disturbances are a common symptom of menopause and are experienced by many women. Tiredness is common during menopause and often results from the lack of quality sleep that is caused by insomnia and hot flushes that are associated with menopause.

My hot flushes are no’t as intense as the ones my friends describe. Is this normal?

The hot flushes are very common in perimenopause, but not all women experience them, and not all flushes are of the same intensity. Hot flushes can be as mild as a light blush or severe enough to wake you from a sound sleep and be associated with perspiration (called night sweats). It lasts for 30 seconds to 5 minutes. They usually disappear within a few years after menopause, but in some women they can continue for decades.

Besides the hormone replacement therapy, how can I treat hot flushes?

Proper homeopathic treatment will help in relieving hot flushes in a very safe way. Studies conducted internationally show that homeopathy helps treat hot flushes effectively.

Is the hormone replacement therapy safe?

As with all medicines, there are risks and benefits from taking the hormone replacement therapy. Results have shown that some of the long-term effects of the oestrogen–progesterone combination therapy are an increased risk of breast cancer, heart disease, blood clots and stroke.

What alternative or natural treatments are available for menopause symptoms?

Homeopathy is the best alternative treatment for menopause symptoms. Studies conducted internationally show the efficacy of homeopathy in treating symptoms related to menopause. Moreover, homeopathy has no side-effects, and hence it is fast becoming a preferred mode of treatment for women going through menopause.

Sex has become painful since menopause. What can I do?

The pain you are experiencing during sex may be due to vaginal dryness associated with the declining oestrogen levels during menopause. Talk to our doctor about possible causes of painful intercourse. There are a number of lubricants you can try to relieve the symptoms. Ask our doctors for a suggestion.


Myths and Facts

  1. Menopause begins at 50.
    The average woman begins menopause in her early 50s, but you may start your transition anywhere from your 30s to your 60s. You may even still be having periods when you start to experience unusual fatigue, hot flushes, mood swings, irritability and weight gain. If you are having these symptoms, you might be having perimenopause, the shift leading up to menopause. Perimenopause can last from a few months to up to 13 years prior to menopause.
  2. Weight gain is inevitable in menopause.
    Weight-gain is an absolute in menopause, but it can be controlled. The hormonal changes that occur during menopause give rise to this weight gain. The body’s metabolism tends to slow down, which also adds to the problem. Weight-gain around the waist, hips and thighs is commonly seen.
  3. Hair loss is common during menopause, but the hair will grow back after some time.
    Hair loss is a common symptom of menopause. However, the hair does not necessarily grow back. Therefore, it is essential to take medical treatment for your hair. Homeopathy is a good answer to help you with your menopause and your hair loss as well.
  4. The older you are when you get your period, the older you will be when you go through menopause.
    For many women, just the opposite is true. If you started menstruating later than usual, you may begin menopause earlier. Predicting the age you will begin menopause is very difficult, but there are some of the influencing factors which may be smoking, drinking, your mother’s menopausal age and your pregnancy history.
  5. Menopause only causes physical symptoms.
    Many women experience unnerving changes in their emotions, memory and concentration during perimenopause and menopause due to sudden shifts in hormones. Changes in the oestrogen and progesterone levels may cause mood swings. Drops in the progesterone may cause increased irritability and moodiness. Also, be mindful that menopause is a developmental milestone in women’s life. It is sometimes referred to as “adolescence in reverse”. Many women begin to reflect on who they are and what they want to do with the rest of their life.

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