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Get Rid Of Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Naturally

stephany By On 19/06/2020 at 13:29

In Female Infertility

Discover How To Terminate Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Naturally

Normally, periods shouldn’t be a problem for you from month to month. However , if it is so heavy, painful or unpredictable that it prevents you from doing your normal activities, you may have a medical condition that needs to be treated.

You need to go see a doctor, if this is your case.


Doctors check the following when they diagnose abnormal uterine bleeding ;


How heavy is your period?

Under normal circumstance, a woman in her period loses about 2 – 3 tablespoons (of 14ml) or 6 teaspoons (of 5ml). While that is the average, women have given varying reports from just a spot to over two cups (540ml!) in one menstruation.

However, 5 tablespoons are believed to be unusually heavy, but that’s had to judge.

How often do you have your period?

Your period should be fairly regular- the length of each cycle should generally not change by more than a week. And if it lasts less than 3 weeks or more than 5, that could be a sign of a problem.

How long does it last ?

A typical period lasts 4 or 5 days. If yours usually lasts less than 2 days or more than week, that could mean something is wrong.



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Birthing a child is the dream of every women but at times our uterus develops issues that hinders fertility. However, africandoctor has found the best medicinal plant to help you solve any uterine disease, severe abdominal pain during menstruation, dyspareunia, Menorrhagiaanovulation, irregular menstrual cycle and amenorrhea which are also linked to infertility so you can experience the joy of a mother. Stop your uterine bleeding without surgery. 
However, it is very necessary to consult your doctor for a better diagnostics to receive the best treatment. This is because, it might be due to diseases like; ovarian cyst, uterine polyps, adenomyosis and so on.

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What causes It ?

Problems with your hormones are the most common reason for abnormal uterine bleeding. When one of your ovaries releases an egg (called ovulation), certain hormones tell your body to build up, and then remove the lining of the uterus (called the endometrium). With adolescents and women who are approaching menopause, the endometrium can accumulate too much, and that can lead to a period irregular or heavy or spotting between periods.

Other possible causes :

  • Birth control pills
  • Rapid weight loss or gain
  • Emotional or physical stress
  • Another possible reason is a physical problem with the uterus.
  • Millions of women have fibroid, a non cancerous benign tumour that gros in the muscles of the wall of the uterus.
  • A polyp is an other kind of growth that can form on the lining of the uterus.

These are much less common, but abnormal uterine bleeding can also be caused by :

  • Bleeding or coagulation disorder
  • Cancer of the cervix, endometrium or uterus

Home remedies for Menorrhagia

Red Raspberry

Red raspberry has astringent properties that soothes cramps during heavy periods. It is also compatible with the reproductive system by strengthening the walls of the uterus thanks to its bioactive alkaloiod components.  This infusion is believed to help tone the muscles of the uterus and pelvis, as well as acting as a natural astringent, reducing excessive bleeding and accompanying cramps.

Not only that raspberry leaves are rich in magnesium, potassium, iron and vitamin C. To stop excessive bleeding, dissolve the raspberry powder in a cup of hot water and let it sit for 15 minutes. Drink the solution three times a day throughout the menstrual period.


Being rich in fiber and antioxidants, tamarind helps reduce cholesterol levels and prevent excessive bleeding. Place 10 pieces of tamarind along with 5 dehydrated plums in a container with half a liter of water, and soak them overnight. In the morning, remove the seeds and crush the ingredients to form a paste. Incorporate two tablespoons of honey and consume the mixture daily, on an empty stomach, for 6 days.


Orange juice

The components of natural orange juice are beneficial to health. Its high content of vitamin C helps reduce the symptoms of excessive bleeding. For this reason, to prevent and alleviate this condition, we recommend drinking two or three glasses of natural orange juice per day.


Radish works wonders in relieving menstruation symptoms and normalizing irregular cycles. The only thing you need is to process two or three radishes together with a few tablespoons of water until you obtain a paste, add a cup of milk and consume several times a day. 


Pumpkin can work as a natural remedy to reduce excessive bleeding during menstruation. Take a piece of pumpkin and let it dry at room temperature. Then pass it on a grater and add two tablespoons of sugar. If you consume this mixture daily, along with milk or yogurt, you will begin to feel the difference.



To control menstrual bleeding, specialists recommend incorporating papaya in the daily diet of women. This fruit has an enzyme called papain, which is involved in regulating blood flow. Be sure to consume this fruit or its juice daily for good results.

Who does it affect?

Heavy bleeding (menorrhagia) is one of the most common problems that women report to their doctors. It affects more than 10 million American women each year. This means that about one in five women has this problem.


How can you care for yourself with menorrhagia?

  • Get plenty of rest.
  • Keep a record of your periods. Write down when your period begins and ends and how much flow you have. That means counting the number of pads and tampons you use. Note whether they are soaked. Note any other symptoms. Take this record to your doctor appointments.
  • Take your medicines exactly as prescribed. Call your doctor or nurse call line if you think you are having a problem with your medicine.
  • Take pain medicines exactly as directed.
    • If the doctor gave you a prescription medicine for pain, take it as prescribed.
    • If you are not taking a prescription pain medicine, ask your doctor if you can take an over-the-counter medicine.
  • Try to reach a healthy weight. If you are trying to lose weight, do it slowly with your doctor's advice.
  • If you are taking iron pills:
    • Try to take the pills about 1 hour before or 2 hours after meals. But you may need to take iron with some food to avoid an upset stomach.
    • Vitamin C (from food or pills) helps your body absorb iron. Try taking iron pills with a glass of orange juice or other citrus fruit juice.
    • Do not take antacids or drink milk or caffeine drinks (such as coffee, tea, or cola) at the same time or within 2 hours of the time that you take your iron. They can make it hard for your body to absorb the iron.
    • Iron pills may cause stomach problems, such as heartburn, nausea, diarrhea, constipation, and cramps. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids, and include fruits, vegetables, and fibre in your diet each day.
    • If you forget to take an iron pill, do not take a double dose of iron the next time you take a pill.
    • Keep iron pills out of the reach of small children. An overdose of iron can be very dangerous.


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