Astrology and Menstrual Disorders
Menstrual Disorders and Miscarriages
Menstruation normally starts after the age of 12. A normal menstrual cycle is around 28 days with an average menstrual period lasting about five to seven days. To be more precise, in a normal case menstruation happens every 28 days counting from the first day of the flow. A missed period normally is considered as an indication of pregnancy, but it is not always so.
Majority of woman suffer from what is termed as ‘menstrual cycle disorder’. This may include conditions like
- Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (excessive bleeding)
- Amenorrhea (no bleeding)
- Oligomenorrhea (light and infrequent menstruation)
- Dysmenorrhea (painful bleeding)
- Premenstrual Syndrome
- Fibroids (utrene tumors)
- Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
So, Is there a connection between Astrology and Menstrual Disorders? Is there a solution for these women problems in Vedic Astrology? The answer to both the questions is 'Yes'.
Menstrual Disorders and GemTherapy Remedies
Is there a connection between Astrology and Menstrual Disorders? Astrologically speaking, Menstrual disorders have a lot to do with the positioning of the Moon and Mars in the female horoscope. The Moon plays a very vital role in the life of a female as the uterus; fallopian tubes and ovary are governed by the moon. Mars is responsible for starting the flow by causing the breakage of the uterine tissue but the actual flow and duration is controlled by the Moon. It may also be noted that the delivery of the child is also controlled by the Moon. Generally the menstrual period occurs when Mars during transit aspects the moon sign.
According to Gem therapy, the usage of a single White Pearl Jewelry of minimum 10 carets along with a red coral gemstone as additional gem if required should solve the problem. Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion in females is also the result of the influence of the Planet Mars positioning in Horoscope and can be averted by wearing red coral and Emerald during the time.
Mars in Medical Astrology
Moon in Medical Astrology
© 2009 Anamika S Jain