Herbal medicines, yoga postures, and panchakarma detoxification therapy may be used to treat prolapsed uterus and bladder in Ayurveda, according to Ayurveda principles.
Natural Treatment For Prolapsed Uterus
The symptoms of a prolapsed uterus may be alleviated by using the natural therapies listed below. In a study published in the Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine in 2012, researchers found that Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) may reduce the progression of prolapse by strengthening muscles and supporting nerve endings in the area. Antioxidants and immunity-boosting properties may help reduce coughs and constipation, which may exacerbate prolapse symptoms.
Uterine prolapse may be alleviated with the use of Bala, an Ayurvedic herbal remedy that may also lessen the risk of rectocele and cystocele. Analgesic, anti-inflammatory and nervine tonic properties may be found in Bala.
Pelvic floor muscles and other supporting tissues may be protected against oxidative damage by the herb amala (Indian gooseberry). Tuberculosis-related persistent cough may be alleviated by taking Amala. Rectocele and cystocele may be avoided if the causes of prolapse are controlled.
Urinary tract infections, soreness in the pelvic area, and the persistent desire to urinate may be alleviated by Ashoka (Saraca asoca). The uterus and other reproductive tissues may benefit from this herb’s use. Increased circulation and nerve relaxation are two of Ashoka’s potential benefits for women suffering from menstrual cramps, discomfort, and inflammation in the uterus.