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Then, during the secretory phase, the tissue leftover after the egg is released, known as the corpus luteum, secretes estrogen and progesterone to act on the uterus and body.At this point in the cycle, if fertilization has occurred, estrogen and progesterone remain high and there is no need for the hypothalamus to secrete LHRH.Frawley has a similar claim, stating that “as a long-­‐term or frequent condition [amenorrhea] is mainly a deficiency disease due to Vata.

According to Rosemary Gladstar, “many women have waited for months, even years, for their menstrual cycle to return after having been on birth control pills for an extended period of time.”15A woman experiencing Amenorrhea should consult a western doctor or other diagnostician in order to identify any obvious reasons for her lack of menses.

Common diagnostic tools are blood tests for thyroid function, female and male hormone, and possible ultrasound imaging to view the reproductive organs.16 This paper will focus on the pathology and treatment of secondary amenorrhea.

It also triggers menstruation, the monthly cycle of bleeding that is a key part of a woman’s fertility.”3 On average, menstruation lasts 3-­‐5 days.

Women’s menstrual cycles can range in length from 21 to 35.

During this time there is an increase in arterial and venous blood flow.

This is called the proliferative phase of the uterine (menstrual) cycle.

The hormonal flow between the three glands is a negative feedback system; if the body has enough estrogen then no LHRH is produced, however, if estrogen levels are running low, than the hypothalamus secretes LHRH.

A healthy menstrual cycle is dependent on functioning of the endocrine system.1Every month an egg matures and a woman’s body and uterus prepare for pregnancy.

The root raja means ‘blood’ while dharshana means ‘to see.’ Thus rajodharshana is the ‘seeing of blood.’”5 Other Sanskrit terms include rutukala, or “woman’s season,”6 arajaska from the Charaka Samhita.7Amenorrhea is a condition in which there is an absence of menstruation.

“This absence is normal before puberty, after menopause, and during pregnancy [& lactation].”8 Amenorrhea can be a primary or secondary condition.

So too is excessive motion such as a fast paced lifestyle filled with travel, stress and overwhelm. Symptoms accompanying amenorrhea can include other symptoms of depletion and dryness including “constipation, dry skin, dry hair, weight loss, worry and anxiety.”19 As all these symptoms are those of vata dosha, the samprapti of amenorrhea will be primarily vata associated. Halpern’s Clinical Ayurvedic Medicine, he concisely describes the six stages of disease of amenorrhea as the vitiation of vata travels through accumulation, aggravation, overflow, relocation, manifestation, and diversification.

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