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Homoeo call If the pain during menstrual cycle incapacitates you each month, watch out for endometriosis.

Many women tend to experience pain during their menstrual cycle. The pain recurs each month and at times, can be painful if caused due to a condition called Endometriosis. World over, there is an increase in incidence of such cases even as a woman 217;s first pregnancy gets delayed; there is also an increased use of hormones with age. The month of March is dedicated to create awareness on this condition.

Causes and characteristics

Pain in the lower abdomen or pelvis during menstruation, which subsides soon after the period is over, is a characteristic of endometriosis. Sometimes the pain could be associated with diarrhoea or constipation and sometimes even low back pain in some women. All these sound very common but if the cramping pain almost incapacitates a woman during this small phase every month, it is a cause for concern.

The lower abdominal pain could be there even during the other days of the month and is sensed during bowel movements or during intercourse.
The inner lining of the uterus, called the endometrium, is composed of a layer of cells that are richly supplied by blood vessels; this layer proliferates every cycle and is shed at the end of the period.

But if the same cells are found in other pelvic areas like the ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder and sometimes the walls of the intestines, these too respond to the hormones and proliferate and shed with the cycle. This shedding causes the typical cramping and incapacitating pain.

There is no particular cause of this disease. If the tissue is more in sensitive areas pain could be that much more severe; it can also release certain substances into the blood stream that make the woman feel the pain that much more. Infertility is common in women who suffer with endometriosis.

Endometriosis is not a prelude to cancer but the incidence of cancer in women with endometriosis is more than the others.


The diagnosis is arrived at usually with an ultrasound scan. Homoeopathic medicine has good remedies which can not only relieve the pain but also see that there is no further proliferation of such tissue. Formation of scar tissue can also be reduced so that every cycle of menstruation need not be an unpleasant experience. It also paves way for improved fertility. If a young girl during the first few cycles of menses is affected, Pulsatilla helps. If it is a woman in late thirties has this condition, Sepia helps. If the cramping pain is noticed in the abdomen and lower limbs, Cimcifuga helps. If it is associated with excessive bleeding, remedies like Sabina come to rescue.


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