Menopause (Cessation of Menses)
Menopause marks the end of woman's reproductive life. This normal phenomenon usually occurs in late forties or early fifties but may occur much earlier or later.
For most women, this transition from fertile to infertile life is smooth and uneventful. However, a few women suffer from distressing symptoms like hot flushes causing warmth in the face and ears, sweating, undue fatigue, headaches and inexplicable mood-changes.
Check if most symptoms of any of these remedies match with most of your symptoms:
Aconite 30 : Sudden, violent bursts of heat in the face with restlessness, severe anxiety and fear (of death); the vagina is dry, hot and sensitive; unquenchable thirst for large quantities of cold water; a desire to be in open air.
Amyl nitrite 30: Surging of blood to the head and the face causing anxiety, palpitations, throbbing headache and a desire for open air, followed by profuse, hot perspiration and exhaustion; the lady keeps away from mental or physical exertion and frequently stretches her limbs.
Lachesis 30 : Chills at night and flushes of heat in the face on awakening in the morning; the face turns pale and blue, and there is. burning heat in the top of the head followed by hot perspiration. The lady loosens clothes and desires fanning but slowly and from a distance. Other features include-trembling of the whole body, sensation of a ball in the genital organs and a talkative, jealous suspicious disposition.
Pulsatilla 30 : Early stages of menopause characterised by severe irregularities of menstrual bleeding accompanied by a weeping disposition, chilliness inside the body and wandering pains in the head. There is thirstlessness and an acute craving for open air (like Aconite, Amyl).
Sanguinaria 30 : Periodic headache (returning every seventh day) after menopause, which begins at the back of the head, ascends to the top of the head and settles over the right eye; headache is relieved by sleep; circumscribed redness of the cheeks and burning in palms and soles.
Sepia 30 : Flushes of heat, especially in the morning and in the evening accompanied by bursting headache relieved by external pressure; a bearing-down sensation in the pelvic region forcing the lady to keep the legs crossed lest everything escape out of the vagina; sad, weeping and indifferent (even to family members).
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