Dysmenorrhea is difficult menstruation, usually with cramping pain.
In primary dysmenorrhea the symptoms may include: nausea, low back pain, dizziness, vomiting etc. this is commonly seen in young girls and these symptoms are seen in every month for the first two days.
Secondary dysmenorrhea is commonly seen in the older women and it may be due to uterine fibroids, PID (pelvic inflammatory disease) or due to any other pelvic pathology.
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Dysmenorrhea is more common in Vata types due to dryness in the uterus, lack of proper secretions, or spasms of the smooth muscles of the uterus. It is often associated with bloating, gas or constipation. In Pitta and Kapha types, dysmenorrhea is a congestive disorder caused by stagnant blood and congested lymphatics. In Pitta types it is associated with a burning sensation or loose stool or diarrhea. In Kapha, it appears with edema, leucorrhea or mucus discharges.
Antispasmodic, muscle relaxing, and pain relieving herbs are used along with emmenagogues. Cyperus is a special Ayurvedic herb useful for menstrual cramping pain and can be used for all types. Myrrh or Guggul is also useful, as is Ashoka.
Vata type involves severe colicky pain, constipation, dry skin, headache, anxiety, palpitations, abdominal distension and gas. Treatment consists of an Anti-Vata diet with moist and oily foods.
Herbs are turmeric, nutmeg, asafetida, ginger, valerian and jatamamsi. They function better with demulcents such as Shatavari and licorice, which possess a soothing and cortisone-like effect.
Pitta dysmenorrhea requires cooling nervines like Gotu kola, jatamamsi, passion flower and hops. Kapha needs spicy nervines and antispasmodics - ginger, calamus, myrrh, Guggul, cinnamon and nutmeg.