Uterine prolapse is typically diagnosed by a specialist, and the diagnosis include a doctor’s assessment of the symptoms as well as a pelvic examination. If the symptoms or indications seem to be positive, the doctor may do a pelvic examination, which involves inserting a speculum into the vaginal canal to physically examine the interior vaginal canal and uterus. During this exam, you may lie down or your doctor may urge you to stand. Your doctor may ask you to “bear down” as if you were having a bowel movement to assess the degree of prolapse.
The Ayurvedic Uterine Prolapse Treatment is the most effective and utilizes herbal powder or decoction. The usage of “Vipareeta Karani” decoction or kwath for uterine prolapse patients is very common. The decoction, or kwath, is typically combined with two glasses of water and cooked until only one glass remains. After cooling or Luke warming the mixture, the patient should drink half a cup three times a day when his stomach is empty and rest for 20-30 minutes in a supine posture. In many instances, we noticed that results were obtained in a matter of days with no negative consequences. In terms of cost, time, convenience, and long-term consequences, Ayurveda or herbal therapies have a greater success rate than other treatments.
Ayurveda or herbal therapy is totally safe, however we suggest avoiding frequent intake of tea/coffee, spicy foods, alcohol or smoking, muscle relaxants, antidepressants, and clearing treatments throughout treatment. We often advised performing certain particular physical activities to strengthen pelvic floor muscles and ligaments, as well as losing weight.