What is Disturbed Uterine Bleeding ?
Dysfunctional or Disturbed uterine bleeding (DUB) is heavy or irregular menstrual bleeding that is caused by an underlying anatomical abnormality, such as a fibroid, lesion, or tumor.
What Causes Disturbed Uterine Bleeding ?
It is usually due to hormonal disturbances: reduced levels of progesterone causes low levels of prostaglandin F2alpha and causes menorrhagia; increased levels of tissue plasminogen activator (TPA) (a fibrinolytic enzyme) leads to more fibrinolysis. Diagnosis must be made by exclusion, since organic pathology must first be ruled out. It can be classified as ovulatory or anovulatory, depending on whether ovulation is occurring or not. Some sources state that the term implies a hormonal mechanism. Use of the term “dysfunctional uterine bleeding” is currently discouraged in favor of the term “abnormal uterine bleeding.”
How supplements can Help ?
Pure herbal treatment by Vaidya Ayurvedguru to cure disturbed uterine bleeding with well proven result, has a very high rate of success in treating different causes of this problem. Diseases cured by this treatment: A cyclic bleeding, Heavy bleeding .
General symptoms of the disease:
2. Periods after 15 or 20 days
3. Irregular periods with heavy bleed or less bleed
4. Nausea & Loss of appetite.
How is Disturbed Uterine Bleeding treated:
a) Hormones help decrease bleeding by making your monthly periods more regular. Sometimes this medicine may be given as birth control pills.
b) NSAIDs help decrease swelling and pain or fever. This medicine is available with or without a doctor’s order. NSAIDs can cause stomach bleeding or kidney problems in certain people. If you take blood thinner medicine, always ask your healthcare provider if NSAIDs are safe for you. Always read the medicine label and follow directions.
c) Iron supplements may be given if your blood iron level decreases because of heavy bleeding. Iron may make you constipated. Ask your caregiver for ways to prevent or treat constipation. Iron may also make your bowel movements turn dark or black.
Diet & Lifestyle:
1. Apply heat on your lower abdomen for 20 to 30 minutes every 2 hours for as many days as directed. Heat helps decrease pain and muscle spasms.
2. Include foods high in iron if needed. Examples of foods high in iron are leafy green vegetables, beef, pork, liver, eggs, and whole-grain breads and cereals.
3. Keep a diary of your menstrual cycles. Keep track of the number of tampons or pads you use each day.