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PCOD or polycystic ovarian disease is common amongst the young girls these days, the cause being sedantry habits, studying at school, then coaching classes, obesity, faulty dietry habits, wearing of tight jeans, too much stress of academic performance,all leading to fat accumulation on abdomen, around ovaries leading to hormonal imbalance.

Apart from constitutional and acute treatment, general measures should be advised to the patient like weight reduction by regular exercise, yoga and pranayam. Next time I will mention the remedies according to my experience. I invite discussion this topic along with experiences.

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Comment by Anita Maden on June 17, 2011 at 2:09am

Case example of a women who had emotional issues most of her life through issues around the father, this lead to emotional eating, although not to obesity, mainly sugary stuff eg chocolate ( very common comfort food), also affecting insulin production, Devolped larged cysts that enveloped ovary and drove oestrogen to very high levels, this was normalized with oopherinum, 3 doses over several days resulting in less tenderness and little pain, was still holding 3 months later where a scan revealed cyst "was not seen", and oestrogen levels had normalized within range for age.

I have also used oopherinum for emotional stuff related to non specific ovarian pain with good results, I have found that in some cases that the emotional issues can become clearer resulting in a more "emotional" based remedy selection.

I would refer anyone who is interested in a an amazing alternative of reducing ovarian tumours and other life threatening issues to read Byron Bays book, The Journey, by using this technique the author cured herself of a giant tumour and then went on to help others with similar life threatening diseases. For me this book is a real eye opener and reassures me there are many collective ways we can return to supreme wellbeing. Our mind is a most powerful tool.

Comment by Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD(Hom) on June 17, 2011 at 12:29am

Awesome article.

Thanks Dr. Batra, regards.

Comment by Dr. Poonam Batra on April 1, 2011 at 2:58am
Dear Anita, thanks for sharing your views, ovaries always bear the brunt of emotions.We would like to know about your successful cases and the remedies you chose accordingly.
Comment by Anita Maden on March 31, 2011 at 11:28pm
If looking at Ovarian disease from an emotional aspect and how it affects the body physically, we see that ovarian disfunction can come from holding onto old hurts especially from males, eg fathers and ex lovers, also carrying at a concious level that being female or feminine is weak, failing to enjoy feminity, our sensuality and womanhood. Ths has intrigued me for many years. In this world today, woman are always being encouraged to be professional workers, earning as much as a man etc, in NZ we have had a woman prime minister, female leader of the opposition party, female governor general, female senior judges. Women in Nz hold really good jobs, to the point where sometimes we forget we are woman, most households have the husband and wife working full time and raising children to allow a decent level of living, I see more and more of these women with ovarian disease, high or low oestrogen, early menoause and think this disease relates a lot to emotional stuff, In nz the average age for women to marry has risen to 32, child bearing is later and later. There are so many variables that can cause this disease that I always take a case and prescribe individually, however there is a common thread of the emotional symptoms that are too many and too often to ignore at this time. I have found this discussion enlightening.
Comment by Dr. Poonam Batra on March 11, 2011 at 8:33am
good research, add oophrinum also to your list.
Comment by Dr Ravindra Saraswat on March 7, 2011 at 12:05pm
The common rubrics coming up for PCOD according to its symptoms are 
Face; lips; out-breaks on lips; acne; 
Face; skin; out-breaks on skin; acne; 
Abdomen; fat; 
Genitals; female; period; irregular; 
Genitals; female; sterility; 
Genitals; female; tumours; ovaries; ; 
Genitals; female; tumours; ovaries; right; ; 
Genitals; female; tumours; ovaries; left; ; 
Genitals; female; tumours; ovaries; cysts; 
Back; skin; out-breaks on skin; acne; 
Skin; skin on unusual parts; 
Generalities; flabby feeling; 

The common drugs coming up for PCOD according to the above symptoms are 

The other most common medicines are Thuja, Bryonia, Pulsatilla, Lycopodium and Apis mel, Radium brom, calcarea flour, calcarea phos, belladonna colocynthis, mag phos, cimicifuga, senecio Q, thalaspi, kreosote, Sabina, etc.
Comment by Dr. Poonam Batra on September 27, 2010 at 5:25am
These days , i am observing stress at the root, may be its studies, relationship, lot of competition, of being ahead, all cause hormonal disturbance.
Comment by irene Pena-Strohlein on October 3, 2009 at 5:03pm
Hello Dagny,
I have currently a case of PCOD. It seems that it was triggered at a very young age by extreme dieting (basically not eating anything). This dieting lasted only a few months, but this was the result, now 11 years later it is still unsolved by the "official" medicine.
Comment by Debby Bruck on October 3, 2009 at 11:30am
We can see in this discussion how "exciting cause" may differ in each country or local or society.
Comment by Dr. Poonam Batra on September 28, 2009 at 7:35am
My cases of PCOD are young girls, not had any previous allopathic medication, or on pills, had delayed or missed periods,mostly obese with deposition of fat around abdomen.I had never said going to school is the cause, you have wrongly interpreted. I had a discussion with my gynaenacologist friends who are also of the same opinion.However In married ladies bad affects of pills may be the strong reason.
I have good results with Oophrinum 200, one dose at 7th day of the cycle,along with constitutional medicine.

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