How important is to maintain gut health if you are struggling with Endometriosis?
Endometriosis patients are 2-3 times more prone to getting IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome) in their lifetime.
A healthy gut microflora helps in regulating estrogen levels in our body. If gut microbiome is disturbed, circulatory estrogens increase in the body contributing to unwanted endometrial tissue growth and cysts in the body.
Healthy intestines also help to flush out inflammatory toxins from our body. If these toxins are not removed due to intestinal dysfunction, they spread throughout the body and can cause various diseases including endometriosis. This is the reason we get raised values of inflammatory markers like CA-125, CRP in endometriosis patients.
Ayurvedic samhitas describes ‘Aampachan’ means digesting inflammatory toxins with diet correction and ayurvedic medicines. ‘Aam-nirharan’ that is flushing out these toxins through Panchkarma procedures like Vaman, Virechan and Vasti.
Therefore digestive and metabolic correction through above methods is the first line of treatment in cases of Endometriosis.
Take these treatments under the guidance of experienced Ayurvedic Gynecologist.
For any queries regarding Endometriosis treatment, you can contact SKK Ayurveda Front Desk at 09811441562, 09811440562, 011-45523443 and book your consultation with Dr Rani Gupta.
Dr. Rani Gupta is Medical Director and Ayurvedic Gynecologist at SKK AYURVEDA. She has completed her B.A.M.S. from Lucknow University in 2003. She completed her Post Graduation, M.D in Gynecology (Ayurveda) from Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University in 2006. She achieved first rank and received Gold Medal form vice president of India in her M.D.
She is successfully practicing Ayurvedic gynecology and has treated thousands of cases like Fibroids, PCOD/PCOS, Fallopian tubal blockages, Infertility, Endometriosis, Adenomyosis, Recurrent infections, Bartholin cysts etc. She is doing many panchkarma procedures like Vaman, Virechan, Vasti, Uttar vasti, yoni pichu, yoni prakshalana etc. to treat chronic gynecological disorders.