Remedies for irregular menses

Irregular menses are a common problem among majority of women wherein they may even be painful, due to reasons like excessive of loss of blood and so on. There are a number of causes for irregular menstruation and these include irregular eating habits, stress, an injury, certain diseases such as pelvic inflammatory diseases or some pathological conditions. The symptoms that indicate you have irregular menstruation are pain that occurs in the pelvic area or the lower abdomen, anemia, discomfort and pain that is experienced in the lower back, feeling of vomiting and nausea, a decrease in appetite, insomnia and so on.

Carrot juice is said to be extremely beneficial to treat irregular periods and should be had daily for about three months. You can even have the seeds of carrot along with dried ginger as it helps to manage the irregular menses. Having garlic and honey is another effective remedy that aids to cure the problem. Similarly, you can also have ginger along with honey for the same condition. You can even make ginger tea by crushing fresh ginger, boiling it in a cup of water and have it after each meal. Parsley is very effective to treat menstruation wherein its juice can be had everyday. Sesame seeds are also very helpful and you can mix half a teaspoon of these seeds to a glass of water and have this two times a day. Having 60 to 90 grams of beet juice is very effective to treat irregular menses and should be had twice a day.

Coriander seeds are also very beneficial for treating irregular periods wherein you can take half a liter of water and add 6 grams of coriander seeds to it and boil the mixture till it is got to half. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle also plays a crucial role in treating this problem and a balanced diet that has all the nutrients are required. The diet should include drumsticks, pumpkin, papaya, bitter gourd and dates and you should also eat food that is rich in proteins and iron. You should not eat a lot of spicy food or food that can cause constipation especially a week before you are getting your periods. You need to exercise on a regular basis and get a good sleep of at least 6 to 8 hours and try to avoid late nights. However, before trying any of these remedies, it is advised that you consult a gynecologist to ensure that there is no serious problem and to prevent further complications.

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