Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)

Treatment of Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
Treatment of Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)

PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome)

 There is no lab test to check premenstrual syndrome, which is completely true. Premenstrual syndrome doctor can give you advice on the basis of some symptoms. There is no lab test to check premenstrual syndrome, which is completely true. Premenstrual syndrome doctor can give you advice on the basis of some symptoms. To establish a premenstrual pattern, the symptoms can be assessed on at least two menstrual basis. Ayurvedic doctors first notice the symptoms of PMS, and then mark the day on which they end. To get a better estimate, mark the day on which PMS starts and ends.

Some women have chronic fatigue syndrome, thyroid disorder and mood disorders, whose symptoms appear to be similar to PMS. That is why Ayurvedic doctor can ask you to check for chronic fatigue syndrome, thyroid disorder. The patient of PMS can be identified with a variety of symptoms including mood swings, tender breast, food crewing, fatigue, irritability and depression. It is thought that every woman can experience a pre-syndrome sometimes at intervals of 4 menstrual periods.

During menstruation, there is a change in the feelings, physical health and behavior of the woman. PMS is a very normal condition. During menstruation, 90 percent of women can be affected. Symptoms of PMS occur between five and 11 days of menstruation and as soon as menstruation ends, symptoms of PMS also end.

Symptoms of PMS

During pregnancy (PMS) premenstrual syndrome, there is a change in behavior, mood and ways of working in women. By the way, these symptoms affect the life process but they do not have serious effects on health. Some women do not take them seriously, and at home they only want to diagnose this problem. While other women are more serious in these symptoms and immediately seek the help of the ayurvedic doctor.
  • Physical functions: weight gain, Headache, heart palpitations, fatigue, dizziness, bloating, breast swelling and tenderness, constipation, or diarrhea
  • Mood: Anxiety, irritability, depression, nervousness, mood swings, forgetfulness, confusion, insomnia, hostility
  • Behavior:poor concentration, sensitivity to noise, Cravings for sweets, increased eating, crying, changes in alcohol tolerance
The average of menstrual period is 28 days. The oval cycle is the 14th day. Monthly Menstruation is the 28th day of the cycle. Symptoms of PMS can be noted on 14th day, and these symptoms are seen up to 7 days of the beginning of the menstrual cycle. The general symptoms of PMS do not affect daily functioning, but women who are affected by severe symptoms require the help of the doctor. The severity of the symptoms can vary and vary by month.

Causes of PMS

Estrogen and progesterone are found in women’s body and they may fluctuate during the menstrual cycle. Not necessarily the symptoms indicate an ovarian condition.
  • carbohydrate metabolism changes
  • retention of sodium and water by the kidneys
  • low blood sugar
  • allergy to progesterone
  • psychogenic factors
  • estrogen-progesterone imbalance
  • hyperprolactinemia


We have Ayurvedic remedies for Ayurvedic treatment of premonentual syndrome (PMS). The medicines given by us are made using the best quality herbs. These medicines are natural and 100 pure, and they do not use any kind of chemicals. The premanstral syndrome treatment given by us is completely safe because it has no side effects.

Our Charges

  • NORMAL : One Month Course Rs. 5,000.
  • SPECIAL : One Month Course Rs. 10,000.
  • Note: Time duration varies with patient to patient.

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