Women's Health - Symptoms, Treatment, Homeopathic Remedies
Using Homeopathy for Pregnancy Issues, Menstrual Cramps, PMS
Women's health is a vast subject, with women susceptible to virtually every ailment and malady known to humankind (except, of course, male-specific ones such as prostate problems) and a variety of problems that are restricted to women alone. These afflictions include but are not limited to the following: menstrual suppression (amenorrhea), premenstrual syndrome (PMS), painful menstruation and menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhoea), miscarriage and abortion, morning sickness, pregnancy problems, labor problems, post-delivery pains, post-partum depression, deficient milk (agalactia), perimenopause and menopause, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, ovarian problems such as cysts, pain (neuralgia), and ovaritis, breast-related problems. Another two maladies that are not exclusive to women but are vastly more common in teenage girls than in males are anorexia and bulimia.
Conventional Treatment Treats the Symptoms Not the Cause
The list of common homeopathic remedies for the vast array of women's health issues is too extensive to include; every major homeopathic remedy of note has some potential place in the treatment of female health problems.
Homeopathy Matches Your Individual Symptoms to a Homeopathic Remedy So You Feel Better Right Away
Homeopathy treatment is holistic - it addresses the whole person, not just the presenting symptoms. To select an effective remedy - one that alleviates the severity and frequency of the symptoms while also treating any underlying imbalances that gave rise to those symptoms - a homeopath will interview a woman in great detail, taking note of all her health-related characteristics including constitutional factors and mood/energy predispositions. Only then is it possible to choose the single most appropriate remedy with which to treat her.
Though women might be somewhat less susceptible to certain kinds of cancer, they are more susceptible to others. The belief that women are inherently less liable to develop heart disease is apparently erroneous, based on recent statistics. Strokes, diabetes, and many other maladies are as rampant in women as in men. Needless to say, women are also susceptible to common diseases and symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, vertigo, heartburn, ear, nose, and throat problems, arthritis, acid reflux, allergies, asthma, sciatica, other back pain, boils, blisters, bronchitis, cold sores, corns and calluses, coughs, edema, pneumonia, shingles, urinary infections, hives (urticaria), warts, worms, other parasites, psoriasis, eczema, anxiety, depression and other skin diseases.