Treat Amenorrhea Naturally

While some women would consider missing a period to be something of a relief, those who suffer from amenorrhea know that it is not. Amenorrhea occurs when the female body fails to produce enough estrogen to stimulate a regular menstrual cycle. There are two types, primary in which a woman fails to menstruate by 16 and secondary in which a woman who was regularly menstruating sudden ceases and is not pregnant. It is important to seek medical care if you have not started your period or if you have suddenly stopped menstruating normally.

 

How do I know if I have amenorrhea?

  • Absence of a period
  • Galactorrhea, or breast milk production when not pregnant
  • Nipple discharge
  • Hair loss
  • Headaches
  • Vision problems
  • Increased hair growth in unsightly areas
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Problems sleeping
  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Extreme fluctuations in weight
  • Anxiety
  • Infertility

How do I prevent amenorrhea?

Some forms of secondary amenorrhea can be controlled or prevented by controlling primary medical conditions such as PCOS or diabetes. They can also be controlled by changing medications.

How do I treat amenorrhea?

  • Make a concentrated tablespoon of saffron water. Saffron is an antioxidant that can help reduce stress and treat chronic conditions.
  • Drink tomato juice; it helps improve circulation.
  • Beetroot juice has been shown to help alleviate the symptoms of amenorrhea.
  • Papaya, sesame seeds, and ginger all help improve internal temperature and improve ovulation.
  • Celery seeds contain a substance that helps to stimulate menstrual bleeding.
  • Blue and black cohosh can be used to help improve and stimulate the reproductive system.
  • Enjoy more iron rich foods to help prevent anemia which can cause amenorrhea.
  • Avoid crash diets and eat a diet that is balanced.
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