Life as a woman is a blessing with a chance to show love and affection in various forms. The eternal human life bestowed upon us , becomes truly valuable when as a daughter to her father, sister to her brother, wife to her husband, mother to her child, a woman plays a vital role in their existence.
Just imagine a world without a woman, and you can feel the same chaos and disorder as seen in a home without a woman (the home-maker). The very essence of the word HOME-MAKER, use for the house wife reflects the importance of the woman in our life.
If Man is Shiva , Woman is his Shakti. Everything symbolic of strength and grandeur is of feminine expression.
As are the roles so vivid , so are the problems related to these. Born as a woman and going thought the changes of life, be it, menarche, pregnancy, puberty, menopause , a female undergoes vivid changes both on her physical and mental plane. As the processes are complex, so are the problems related to these processes, which render a female health at stake and call for urgent attention in today’s fast changing modernized world with lots of new stresses and challenges.
Celebrating a day in the name of a woman is just a very minimum contribution in recognizing the important role of a woman in one’s life and to the humanity.
This INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY, let’s take up the cause and take measures to bring a change in the life of each woman who bears a lot to sustain in the society which expects a lot from her.
Homeopathy offers a permanent solution to any of the female health related issues mentioned below. It corrects the underlying hormonal imbalances to bring about a change in the quality of life of the female who suffers from these conditions which at times are life threatening.
PCOD/PCOS: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or polycystic ovary disorder (PCOD)
It is one of the most common endocrine problems and a leading cause of sub-fertility in females. The symptoms of this disorder include amenorrhea, anovulation, irregular menstrual cycle, infertility linked with ovulation, acne and hirsutism caused by excessive androgenic hormones levels; and insulin resistance that often leads to high cholesterol levels, obesity, and Type-2 diabetes.
• FIBROID UTERUS: Uterine Fibroids are non-cancerous growths on the walls of the uterus that occur during childbearing age. Also known by the names myomas, leiomyomas or fibromyomas, these generally do not develop into cancer. It is estimated that 75 percent of women have uterine fibroids. Symptoms include Pain in lower back, . Profuse bleeding during periods, . Cramps during menstruation, Frequent urination, . clotted blood in menstrual flow, . profuse and prolonged menses


Refers to the painful cramps that tend to occur during or before monthly periods. It can be mild or severe and tends to interfere in the normal daily activities.


Fibroadenoma is a lump composed of glandular or fibrous tissue with clearly defined edge in the breast. There can be multiple fibroadenomas in the breasts. These are typically an inch in diameter and the ones bigger than that are called giant fibroadenomas. While the cause of these painless lumps is not known as of now, changes in reproductive hormones are thought to be the major reason behind them.


Endometriosis is a painful gynecological disorder which is characterized by growth of the lining of the uterus outside instead of inside. It can involve the ovaries, tissues around the pelvis or the bowel. In rare cases, it may spread beyond the pelvic region. In endometriosis, the displaced tissue would thicken, break down and bleed with each menstruation cycle. However, since the tissue has no exit, it tends to get trapped.


Melasma gets triggered by female sex hormones progesterone and estrogen that stimulate melanocytes (the cells that produce pigment that gives skin its color) to produce more melanin pigment. Women having dark skin color and live in regions having harsh sun exposure are particularly susceptible to melasma. It is usually a symptom due to some underlying female hormonal imbalance.


Another major symptom in hormonal imbalances of the female, hair loss is of major cosmetic concern in females, though it calls for a medical evaluation of the problem. Hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies , stress, anxiety, cosmetic abuse can lead to hair loss and thinning of the hair with dry, frizzy, damaged hair and split ends.

Homeopathy offers a permanent solution to all the female health related issues with in the most gentle and rapid way, without causing any side effects. The scientific system of medicine evaluates all underlying causes and prescribes on the basis of symptoms to help overcome the problems and hence render a permanent cure to all such issues supported with evidence by means of the requisite tests and reports.

It’s truly A GIFT OF A LIFETIME………

About the author


Dr Pankaj Prashar , B.H.M.S., M.B.A-HCS, worked with a reputed chain of homeopathic clinics for more than 10 years and has an experience of treating more than 10,000 patients.. Dr. Prashar has treated patients with many different illnesses and prescribes remedies following the core homeopathic principles. He is a firm believer in classical homeopathy and has seen miraculous results with it. He has special experience in handling cases of allergies and female gynecological problems. His interests include training new doctors, sharing his knowledge and experience and writing about homeopathy so people become more familiar with this beautifully logical scientific method of cure. His expertise has been major driving force in giving successful cures in the most difficult of diseases in Solviva Health. Meet him and avail his expertise for the solution of all your chronic diseases. He heads the homeopathic wing of Solviva as Chief Homeopathic Consultant in Mohali.