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Prolapsed Bladder and Uterus Ayurvedic Natural Treatment

Author : Gurnam Saini  

Natural Treatment For Prolapsed Bladder And UterusA prolapse of the bladder and uterus are the common conditions affecting women over the age to 45. Often, these two disorders co-exist. The prolapse of an organ refers to a descend or the shift of the organ from its normal position. If not treated properly, prolapse of the bladder and uterus can worsen over a period of time.

 

The natural alternative treatment for prolapsed bladder using ayurveda herbal remedies and making appropriate changes in the diet as suggested by an ayurvedic practitioner may help to control the condition symptoms by strengthening pelvic floor muscles. [1]

 

Cause of Bladder Prolapse

 

The bladder is a hollow organ situated in the pelvis. The urinary balder stores urine. In women, the anterior or the frontal wall of the vagina provides support to the bladder. A weakening or loosening of this wall due to aging or other factors can result in the prolapse of the bladder, also called cystocele.

 

Significant physical stress and strain occurring during childbirth can also cause damage to the vaginal wall resulting in the bladder prolapse. If it is not managed properly, the bladder may completely lose its support and descend into the vagina.

 

This can result in problems like a difficulty in passing urine, discomfort in the pelvic region, and stress incontinence or an involuntary leakage of urine due to sneezing, exertion, or coughing. Ayurvedic qualified may suggests treatments that involve the use of herbs, yoga asanas, and a diet to strengthen the walls of the vagina thereby may prevent the progress of this disease.

 

In severe cases, the bladder can descend till the vaginal opening and even protrude or drop through it. Yoga asanas recommended by the system of Indian medicine may be beneficial in such cases as they may help in strengthening the pelvic floor muscles thereby may provide an support to the bladder. 

 

Sign and Symptoms of Bladder Prolapse 

 

Bladder prolapse is more common in women. The most common symptom of this condition is the discomfort or a sensation of vaginal bulge that can be seen or felt.

 

Some other symptoms related to bladder prolapse include frequent urge to pass urine, incomplete emptying of then balder, sensation of heaviness in the vaginal area, frequent urinary tract infections, and pain in the vagina and lower abdomen.

 

Cystocele natural treatment using herbs which may works on the nerve ending and muscle strengthen may provide a relief from these symptoms and may also slow down the progression of the prolapse.

 

Sign and Symptoms of Uterine Prolapse 

 

Uterine prolapse is a related condition that often occurs in the women having a bladder prolapse. Uterine prolapse occurs due to the excessive stretching or weakening of the muscles and ligaments in the pelvic floor. As a result, these tissues do not provide an adequate support for the uterus due to which it slips down and protrudes out through the vagina.

 

Women who suffer from this condition may contact an ayurvedic practitioner​ to seek a advice for this condition aimed at restoring the strength of the supportive tissues. [2]

 

Uterine prolapse can affect the women at any age. However, it is more common in the postmenopausal women who have had multiple vaginal deliveries.

 

A mild uterine prolapse may not require any active treatment. However, if the prolapse causes significant discomfort and disrupts the normal life of the patients, it is advisable to consult a western medicine expert.

 

The uterine or bladder prolapse can develop due to several factors. The major causes that can contribute to the development of these diseases are stress and pressure exerted on the tissues that support the bladder and the uterus.

 

Besides childbirth, several other factors can affect the supportive tissues of the bladder and the uterus thus causing a prolapse. Such factors include heavy lifting, obesity, severe constipation and frequent straining for passing stool, the drop in the estrogen levels during menopause, chronic cough, a prior pelvic surgery, and aging.

 

The use of natural immune booster and antioxidant properties herbs for prolapsed uterus and bladder may control the causes linked to the development of these diseases such as cough and constipation thereby may be preventing the worsening of the symptoms. 

 

Mild uterine prolapse does not usually cause any severe signs or symptoms. However, women who suffer from a moderate to severe uterine prolapse may develop symptoms such as a sensation of heaviness in the pelvis, tissue protruding through the vagina, incontinence or retention of urine, improper bowel movements, and a sensation as if sitting on a small ball.

 

An improper treatment of uterine prolapse may also increase the risk of complications such as cystocele and rectocele, which refer to the prolapse of the balder and rectum, respectively.

 

The use of ayurvedic herbs may be beneficial for the women to avoid the chronic discomfort and pain associated with the prolapse.

 

Bladder and Uterus Prolapse Alternative Ayurveda Treatment

 

 

The Ayurvedic natural treatment for prolapsed uterus and bladder may be achieved through the  use of herbal remedies, yoga asanas, and panchakarma detoxification therapy, based of ayurvedic principles.

 

Natural Treatment For Prolapsed Bladder and Uterus

 

Women may use the natural remedies for prolapsed bladder or uterus mentioned beneath to obtain a relief from the symptoms..

 

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera): Research conducted by K. Chandrasekhar, Jyoti Kapoor, and Sridhar Anishetty and published in the Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine in 2012 has shown that Ashwagandha may help to slow down the progress of prolapse by strengthening muscle, and supporting local nerve ending. It is also antioxidant and boost immunity, so may helps in reducing cough and constipation, which could worsen the symptoms of prolapse.

 

Bala (Sida cordifolia): ayurvedic treatments using Bala may relieve the symptoms of uterine prolapse such as pelvic pain and discomfort and may reduce the risk of rectocele and cystocele. [3] Bala may be good nervine tonic, rejuvenating, anti-inflammatory and analgesic in nature. 

 

Amala (Indian gooseberry):  This herb may acts as an antioxidant and protects the pelvic floor muscles and other supportive tissues against oxidative damage.

 

Research conducted by Arish Mohammad Khan Sherwani, and Mohammad Zulkifle and published in the Journal of the Islamic Medical Association of North America in 2012 has shown that Amala can help to control chronic cough due to tuberculosis. This can help to control the causes of prolapse and prevent the complications such as rectocele and cystocele. 

 

Ashoka (Saraca asoca): Ashoka may helps to provide relief from the symptoms such as frequent urinary tract infections, pain in the pelvic region, and constant urge to pass urine. This herb may helps in uterus and related tissues development. Ashoka may also has property to provide relive from uterus pain, cramps and inflammation by increasing the blood circulation and calming the nerve. [4]

 

Bladder Prolapse Natural Ayurvedic Treatment 

 

Ayurveda may offers a bladder prolapse natural treatment based on the concepts of tridosha. It may helps in correcting the imbalance in the doshas that may have triggered the development of these problems. An ayurvedic diet, coupled with the use of herbs, may control the risk factors for prolapse such as constipation, and cough and also strengthen the pelvic floor muscles thereby may help in preventing the progress of the diseases.

 

Ayurvedic Medicine In Australia, Melbourne

 

Patients diagnosed with a prolapse of the bladder or uterus can seek Ayurvedic medicine and advice in Melbourne at “Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic”. The ayurvedic practitioner at this Melbourne wellness center can suggest herbs and may recommend a diet, which can control the symptom.

 

The treatment may be combined with panchakarma, which may  stimulate the removal of toxins.

 

References:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3573577/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3708637/

 

 

Gurnam Singh Saini

 

  • Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from India. (Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, India – Five years full-time campus course with six months internship in Ayurveda Hospital)
  • MD in Alternative Medicine from India 
  • Certificate in Panchakarma Detox
  • Member of the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA)
  • Organising secretary for AYUSH MELBOURNE CONFERENCE, 2018 

 

 

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Gurnam Saini has over 15 years’ experience in Ayurvedic naturopathy treatments in Melbourne, Australia. He has completed his bachelor degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, India. He has done MD in Alternative Medicine and certificate courses in Panchakarma Detox, Pulse diagnosis and skin care. He is also a member of the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA). He has won awards for ground-breaking work in Ayurveda globally. Read More