Hormones are important, more than what you think.

A Female’s body consists of two hormones mainly, Estrogen and Progesterone with a mild presence of Testosterone and hormones come into effect from the cradle and lasts with you forever. They decide the functionality of your body and any imbalance in the hormones can lead to severe adverse effects. Problems like improper menses, pregnancy complications, acne, pigmentation, hair loss, improper breast growth, bloating, mood swings etc. are few of the consequences of hormonal disorder. Watch out for the symptoms and if experienced any, treat them with immediate effect.  

 

What Hormonal disorder look like ?

irregular period cycle

Irregular menses

Delayed, scanty, heavy or painful menses and severe abdomen cramps are the signs of hormonal imbalance

Female Body Shape

Irregular body shape

Poor or excessive breast development, weight gain, water retention, swelling etc can be the body conditions

Skin conditions

Increased skin pigmentation on face, neck, axilla, groins etc and pimples indicate the symptoms

skin Issues in female

Mood Swings

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) with extreme mood swings and excessive emotional behaviour

premenstrual syndrome treatments
female hair issues

Hair problems

Excessive hair loss, hair thinning, unusual hair growth on face, arms or axilla could be triggered

female infertility

Infertility

Complications in conceiving, infertility and unfortunate miscarriage could be the worst conditions

Factors that strike the imbalance

Hormonal balance is the key to a healthy living but at times, the balance gets affected due to the poor lifestyle, unhealthy diet, disturbing surroundings, stressful work environment, emotional distress, genetics, exposure to adulterated consumables, toxins like pesticides, excessive technology engagement and much more. The factors striking the disorder are many and so is the list of repercussions they bring along. Hence, a cautious attitude towards your lifestyle can bring in the positive change and restore the hormonal balance.

Rukmani Sethi PCOD

Hormonal imbalance affects my performance at work which leads to my frustration and affects me as a whole.

Sehaj Gill Fibroids

Irregular and profound menses affect my everyday errands and restricts me from social outings at times.

Miss A Infertility

We have been trying for a baby for the past 4 years and now my marriage is disturbed because of the infertility.

Common Hormonal Disorder

PCOS / PCOD (Polycystic ovarian syndrome)

PCOD/PCOS is a common female hormonal disorder and is marked by the presence of multiple cysts in ovaries.

Ovarian Cyst

Ovarian Cyst is an accumulation of fluid within an ovary surrounded by a very thin wall and can twist, bleed, or rupture.

Fibroids

Uterine Fibroids are non-cancerous tumors that develop in the uterus and cause tremendous agony due to profuse, protracted and painful menses.

Infertility

Infertility is the inability to conceive or become pregnant. Frequent miscarriages are also classified as infertility.

Endometriosis

In Endometriosis, cells from the lining of the womb (uterus) grow in other areas of the body leading to pain and irregular bleeding.

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)

PID is an infection caused due to inflammation of the uterus fallopian tubes and is triggered by bacteria and disturbed hormones.

Effects of Female Hormonal Disorder

Depression:

Irregular menses, low sex drive, severe mood swings and more can lead to depression in females followed by other sufferings.

Deprived Motherhood:

Infertility, miscarriages, lower egg productivity can deprive a female of her motherhood and cause further emotional trauma.

Lower Self-esteem:

Skin conditions like excessive pigmentation on face, acne, pimples, poor body development and more can bring down confidence.

Professional downhill:

With improper health conditions and lower energy levels, one cannot perform well at the work and adversely affect the productivity levels.

Conventional approach towards the treatment

Artificial Hormones

To treat the hormonal deficiency or imbalance in particular hormonal levels, artificial hormones are induced in the form of contraceptive pills

Surgery Procedures

In case of ineffective results of artificials hormones, oral or injectables, a patient tends to fall for surgery and try achieving natural results with surgical procedures

Removal of Organs

At times the body does not respond well to the surgical procedures and at last, the patient loses her hope and goes for the removal of a particular organ

Homeopathic approach towards treating Hormonal Imbalance

Natural healing

Homoeopathy being a natural science of healing helps your own body produce the desired hormones

Holistic recovery

Homeopathy provides holistic recovery by strengthening the immunity from within to fight each disease

No side-effects

With the use of natural substances, your body does not experience any side effects throughout the treatment

Long lasting results

Homeopathy takes longer to cure the disease but the cure is permanent without any dependency or addiction.

Why choose Homeoclinic for treating your hormonal disorders

At homeoclinic, a female patient is assessed individually to determine the underlying cause of her hormonal imbalance and further prescribed with tailored medicines.

The patient is monitored on a regular basis using ultrasound and hormonal assay along with scheduled clinical follow ups to ensure the overall recovery.

We consult the patient to examine their stress levels and understand the mental suffering before prescribing the dose. We aim to act on your hormonal axis and help to synthesize the desired hormones naturally. Our medicines are not hormones but they stimulate the normal production of hormones in your body.

Each procedure is advised based upon the history of a patient and her treatment for hormonal disorder.