Q. Please suggest some Ayurvedic medicines to reduce fibroids.

Answered by
Dr. Arul Amuthan
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Apr 16, 2019

Hi doctor,

I am a 27-year-old female. Three years ago, I underwent myomectomy, and a large fibroid was removed. After that I was fine. For the past one month, I have bleeding with pain. Now the scan has shown more than three intramural fibroids. There is a fibroid which is large measuring 40 x 35 mm. My uterus is healthy in all the aspects. My thyroid test was also normal. Please suggest some Ayurvedic medicine to reduce my fibroids.



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The Siddha or Ayurvedic drugs can be taken as early as possible after diagnosing the fibroids. The herbal therapy will ensure the shrinkage of the fibroid with no more growth or new formation and also prepare the uterus for pregnancy. Follow these drugs which are advised to you. Take capsule Rasagandhi Mezhugu one in the morning and one in the evening after taking food. While consuming this capsule, drink one cup of buttermilk (curd with water). Take tablet Chithramoola kuligai or take tablet Tumowin (Carum copticum with Plumbago indica) one in the morning and one in the night after food. Take Van kumari legium one spoon (five gram) in the morning and one spoon in the evening before food. Take tablet M2 tone (Ashoka and Ashwagandha) two tablets in the morning and two tablets in the evening after meal.

You can take a banana flower after cooking, and jamun fruits can be consumed more if the bleeding is more. If you can collect the bark of jamun tree, then its kashayam is the best one to stop the bleeding. Make it as small pieces of the bark. Take 20 grams of the cut barks, add 250 ml of water, and boil it in a mild flame. Once the water is reduced to 100 ml, then stop firing it. Filter it, and this is called as jamun bark kashayam. Drink this kashayam every morning.

Similarly, prepare a new one every day and drink in the evening before taking food. You can make together in the morning itself. Continue these drugs for three months. Then, take an ultrasonogram of the abdomen to confirm the reduction in size.

Hi doctor,

Thanks a lot doctor.

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