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Women Care

Managing PCOD, Menstrual Troubles and Hormonal Imbalances

  • 2 hours
  • 299 Polish zlotys
  • Nowogrodzka 42

Service Description

At MoyaAjurweda, we understand that women's health is crucial to their overall well-being, as well as their families and future generations' health. Our Women's Care service provides specialized care to women in different stages of life, taking into account their unique hormonal variations and potential stress and degeneration. With our Ayurvedic approach, we provide natural and effective solutions to support women's health and empower them to live their best lives. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or Polycystic Ovarian Disease is a common issue among females. It’s called a “syndrome” because it’s a complex problem involving various factors and organs. These include obesity, problems with insulin (a hormone), irregular menstrual cycles, and issues with ovulation (the release of eggs). PCOS affects the hormone balance in women. In PCOS, the ovaries make too much of a hormone called androgen. This hormone stops eggs from maturing properly, leading to issues with egg release. This can make it harder for a woman to get pregnant. PCOS is often seen in women of reproductive age. The ovaries in PCOS are bigger than usual and have many small cysts (fluid-filled sacs). This makes the ovaries look different from normal. People with PCOS might have irregular periods, along with signs like Hirsutism, acne, and Hair Fall. Obesity and difficulty getting pregnant due to irregular ovulation are also common. Overall, PCOS is a condition that affects how a woman’s body handles hormones and can cause various symptoms like irregular periods, excess hair, and fertility problems. In Ayurveda, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is linked to an imbalance in the Kapha dosha. Ayurveda sees three doshas as a vital role in the female menstrual cycle. Vata dosha moves ovarian follicles, Pitta dosha affects hormones, and Kapha dosha nourishes. PCOS in Ayurveda happens when excessive Kapha disrupts Vata and Pitta. This begins by affecting digestion, causing impurities to accumulate, leading to toxins in the body. Cysts form due to these impurities in plasma and blood tissues. The dosha imbalance, especially Kapha overpowering Vata and Pitta, upsets hormones and nutrient supply to follicles. This leads to Irregular periods, Hormonal imbalance, and Ovarian cysts. In most cases, PCOS is identified after initially ignoring early symptoms, eventually progressing to infertility. Dr. Harpreet provides customized treatment for all such problems after assessing all underlying causes.

Contact Details

  • Moya Ajurweda, First Floor, Nowogrodzka, Warsaw, Poland

    +48 731641688

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