Category: Female

Breaking the Silence: The Migraine Struggle Affecting Millions—Time for Women to Speak Out Against Stigma.

Today, I want to address a topic that often lingers in the shadows, affecting the lives of millions—migraines. Specifically, I want to reach out to the incredible women out there who may be silently battling this condition, either ignoring the persistent head pain or attributing it to the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Migraines are not just another inconvenience to be pushed aside or dismissed. They are a significant struggle, impacting not only your physical well-being but also casting a shadow over your daily activities, relationships, and overall quality of life. It’s time for us to break the silence surrounding migraines and for you, brave women, to speak out against the stigma that often surrounds this condition.

I want to share some insights about migraines—something that affects many, including a significant number of women between the ages of 20 and 50. According to the Migraine Research Foundation, migraines rank as the third most prevalent illness globally.

Did you know that approximately 15% of the global population, which is around 1.2 billion people, experience migraines? It’s quite common, and here’s something interesting: women are three times more likely to have migraines than men.Women with migraines experience a 50 to 60 percent increase in headaches during perimenopause and menopause.

“For those who think a migraine is just another intense headache, here’s something to ponder: In a recent survey, women rated their worst migraine pain as even more severe than childbirth. According to the American Migraine Foundation (AMF), approximately one in four women will experience a migraine attack in their lifetime, and in severe cases, this can happen up to 15 times a month. If you have migraines frequently, it’s termed as chronic migraines, meaning you often experience these intense headaches, as defined by the AMF.”

Now, this higher prevalence among women is connected to your hormonal processes, like menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause. These processes involve hormones, especially estrogen, which can play a big role in how often and how intense migraines can be.

I understand that in the midst of your busy lives, it might be tempting to downplay the pain, to attribute it to stress or simply being too occupied. But here’s the truth—your pain is valid, and it deserves attention. Ignoring it or brushing it off as just another women’s problem perpetuates the silence and adds to the stigma.

Many women skip seeing a doctor for migraines, assuming it’s normal because family members had similar issues. But imagine a young woman enduring months of pain, losing entire days. It’s a real tragedy that needs attention.

Migraines are more than just headaches. They can affect your energy levels, trigger food cravings, and, in severe cases, lead to visual disturbances, nausea, and cognitive difficulties. It’s a complex, often invisible struggle that many endure in solitude, fearing judgment or dismissal.

Migraines not only affect us physically but also have an impact on our social and emotional well-being. Many people, especially women, might think that experiencing these headaches is just ‘normal’ or something ‘expected,’ especially if there’s a family history.

This kind of thinking can lead to a lack of proper treatment or, in some cases, completely ignoring the issue. It’s essential to change this perception and make everyone aware of the importance of seeking medical help. Imagine a teenager who starts having migraines during puberty and continues to struggle with them for years. This kind of prolonged pain could lead to missing out on valuable moments in life.

So, let’s shift the mindset and emphasize the significance of consulting with a medical professional. If you or someone you know is dealing with migraines, remember that it’s okay to seek help. Your well-being matters.

I want you to know that you don’t have to bear this burden alone. It’s crucial to recognize that migraines are not a sign of weakness or a consequence of being too busy. They are a legitimate medical condition that deserves understanding and proper attention.

So, let’s challenge the stigma together. Speak out about your experiences, share your journey, and let’s debunk the myth that migraines are just another women’s problem. By breaking the silence, we pave the way for a more supportive and compassionate understanding of this condition.

If you’re grappling with migraines, I want you to know that you’re not alone. I’m Dr. Shailesh Yadav, and my focus is on helping individuals like you find relief from the challenges that migraines bring. Migraines aren’t just headaches—they can disrupt your daily life with throbbing pain, fatigue, and other unsettling symptoms.

I understand that over-the-counter medications may not always provide the relief you need, especially when migraines come with additional symptoms like flashing lights, blurred vision, or nausea. That’s why I approach migraine treatment with a personalized touch, recognizing that one-size-fits-all solutions won’t suffice.

Migraines can be connected to other health issues, so it’s crucial to undergo a proper assessment. I’ll work to rule out conditions that mimic migraines, ensuring you receive the right diagnosis. Triggers such as weather changes, lack of sleep, or specific foods can play a role, and I’ll guide you on managing them effectively.

The positive news is that you don’t have to let migraines dictate your life. I’m here to recommend personalized lifestyle changes, dietary adjustments, and even homeopathic medications tailored just for you. While it may take some time, finding the right solution can lead to more pain-free days.

Remember, your experience with migraines is unique, and seeking help from a specialist like me can genuinely make a difference. Please don’t hesitate to reach out and take the first step towards a life with fewer migraines.

Remember, your voice matters, your pain is real, and it’s time to break free from the shadows of silence.

Wishing you strength and empowerment,

Dr. Shailesh Yadav 

Understanding:-Fibroadenomas and Their Homeopathic Management

Fibroadenomas, benign breast tumors composed of glandular and connective tissues, are a common concern for women, particularly in their 20s and 30s. While generally non-cancerous, these tumors can cause discomfort. Understanding their causes, types, and symptoms is crucial for effective management. Additionally, exploring homeopathic approaches provides an alternative perspective on treating fibroadenomas.

Types of Fibroadenomas:

There are four main types of fibroadenomas: simple, complex, juvenile, and giant. These tumors develop from glandular tissues and ducts in the breast, often characterized by their mobility, leading to their colloquial term “breast mice.”

Causes and Risk Factors:

Hormones, especially estrogen, may contribute to the development of fibroadenomas. Factors such as oral contraceptive use before the age of 20, family history, and obesity can increase the risk. The exact cause remains unknown, but these tumors are more prevalent during reproductive years and may change in size with hormonal fluctuations.

Microscopic Pathology:

Microscopic examination reveals uniformly distributed sheets of epithelial cells, a hypovascular stroma, and characteristic growth patterns. Differentiating between pericanalicular and intracanalicular growth patterns aids in the diagnosis of fibroadenomas.

Signs and Symptoms:

Fibroadenomas typically manifest as painless, firm, and mobile breast lumps with distinct borders. While usually benign, the risk of developing malignant breast cancer may increase for individuals with complex fibroadenomas.

Differential Diagnosis:

Distinguishing fibroadenomas from breast carcinoma, phyllodes tumors, breast lymphoma, and metastases requires careful consideration. Diagnostic tools such as clinical examination, ultrasonography, mammography, and biopsy play a crucial role in accurate identification.

Why Choose Homeopathy?

Homeopathy, a system of medicine that addresses not just symptoms but the root causes of ailments, can offer a unique perspective in managing fibroadenomas. Dr. Shailesh and Dr. Rajeshwari, with their wealth of experience, bring a compassionate and thorough understanding to their practice, ensuring each patient receives personalized care.

Tailored Treatment Plans:

Understanding the emotional and physical aspects of your health journey, Dr. Shailesh and Dr. Rajeshwari craft individualized treatment plans. Their approach goes beyond the surface, considering factors such as stress, family history, and overall well-being. By choosing their expertise, you embark on a journey toward comprehensive healing.

A Holistic Approach:

Homeopathy recognizes the interconnectedness of physical and emotional health. By seeking an appointment with Dr. Shailesh and Dr. Rajeshwari, you open the door to a comprehensive healing journey, acknowledging the impact of stress and emotional well-being on fibroadenoma development.

Why Dr. Shailesh & Dr. Rajeshwari?

These distinguished homeopathic doctors bring a wealth of experience and a track record of successful fibroadenoma management. Their commitment to patient-centric care, combined with a deep understanding of homeopathic principles, makes them the ideal choice for those seeking a holistic approach to health.

Take the First Step:

Don’t let fibroadenomas disrupt your well-being. Take the first step towards holistic healing by scheduling an appointment with Dr. Shailesh and Dr. Rajeshwari. Your journey to optimal health begins with a consultation that prioritizes you as a whole person, not just your symptoms. Trust in the expertise that these renowned homeopathic doctors bring to fibroadenoma management. Your path to well-being starts here.

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Homeopathic management offers a holistic approach to treating fibroadenomas, addressing the patient’s overall well-being. While surgical intervention may be necessary in certain cases, homeopathy can be a valuable complementary option, especially for cases with a BI-RADS-2 score. For patients with specific characteristics, such as immobile masses or inconclusive biopsies, surgical excision may be recommended. Cases of post surgical recurrence can also be treated effectively with Homeopathic medicines. Understanding fibroadenomas and their management options empowers individuals to make informed decisions about their health.


The root causes and solutions for women’s Hormonal imbalance

Sound familiar you are not alone, this is the common symptom mentioned by many, caused by hormonal imbalance.

Hormone imbalances are epidemic these days. For example, symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), like mood swings, irritability, depression, anxiety, fluid retention, bloating, breast tenderness, sugar cravings, headaches, and sleep disturbances, affect 75 percent of women. 

And this isn’t just something you need to worry about when you’re 40 or 50 or 60. Imbalances in our hormones can occur in our twenties and thirties.

How hormone work 

Consider your hormones like a symphony, conducted by the endocrine system, which is made up of a number of glands and organs. These include the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, thyroid, pancreas, adrenal glands, ovaries (in females), and testes (in males). They may seem unrelated, but they communicate and work together, the way different instruments make up an orchestra.

Your glands control important physiological functions by releasing powerful chemical messengers (hormones) into the blood. The word ‘hormone’ comes from the Greek word hormon, meaning ‘set in motion, and that’s precisely what your hormones do: they trigger activity in different organs and body parts.

Now there are many hormones at work in your body, but there are seven key players that I want you to be familiar with. They are oestrogen, progesterone, cortisol, androgen, thyroid, and insulin. No hormone works in isolation; they work in synergy and, ideally, in balance.


Produced mainly in the ovaries but also by the adrenal glands in the fat tissues, and by the placenta during pregnancy, oestrogen is the hormone that defines the female


 It is produced in large amounts in the ovaries during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle, in the placenta during pregnancy, and in the adrenal glands in small amounts throughout life.


Cortisol, often known as the ‘stress hormone’, originates from the adrenal glands – small but mighty glands that sit above the kidneys. It’s one of the hormones that we tend to produce more of as we age.

Causes of Imbalance:-

A number of factors can dysregulate normal cortisol levels, including depression, a poor diet, and modern-day stressful lifestyles.

In prehistoric times, stress came mostly in the form of threats to our survival. Our bodies evolved to cope via a ‘fight-or-flight’ response, preparing us for immediate activity. The body shuts down everything that is not important at that moment (like digestion and secretion of sex hormones). This energy burst is short-lived: we either run for our life or fight for our life. Then, once the threat and stress are over our bodies should have a chance to rest and go back to normal.

Ideally, this stress response would be activated only when actually necessary- an acute


  • Androgens are produced in the ovaries, adrenal glands, and fat cells.
  • Androgens play a key role in the hormonal cascade that kick-starts puberty, stimulating hair growth in the pubic and underarm areas


Insulin is created in the body to help regulate our blood sugar levels. Our body has very efficient self-regulating mechanisms, the main one being insulin, which is secreted by the pancreas in response to glucose in the bloodstream. Insulin is essential for regulating carbohydrate and fat metabolism; it takes the glucose from our blood and transports it into our cells so that it can be burned for energy, allowing blood sugar to return to its normal level. It prevents our blood sugar from getting too high, causing hyperglycemia, which can prove fatal.

Causes of Imbalance

  • Eating too many processed, sugary and refined carb foods.
  • Eating or drinking stimulants like caffeine or fizzy drinks
  • Stress
  • skipping meals
  • Excessive weight
  • Hormonal conditions
  • Sedentary lifestyle or inactivity
  • Toxins in the environment
  • smoking
  • inflammation


  • The rapid fluctuation from hypoglycemia to hyperglycemia is observed
  • Low mood, tired easily, agitated


The thyroid gland is a small butterfly-shaped gland located in the front of the neck. It produces thyroid hormones called thyroxine (T4), and triiodothyronine (T3)

Thyroid hormones:

  • Stimulate different metabolic functions in the cells
  • Help us grow thick hair on our head
  • Give us energy
  • Regulate temperature
  • Help with ideal weight maintenance

Thyroid hormones can affect:

  • Menstrual cycle
  • Pregnancy
  • Skin hydration
  • Brain development
  • Cholesterol levels
  • Digestion
  • Memory
  • Concentration
  • Blood-sugar balance 

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Our approach:- Homeopathic Hormone Restorative Treatment (HHRT)

  • Instead of immediately resorting to a hormone replacement (which might be your conventional doctor’s first line of treatment), we  need to figure out the “why” – what is causing the symptoms
  • In other words, we figure out what creates these imbalances – and treat the underlying problem.: we treat the underlying cause(s), create balance, and symptoms get better.
  • Balancing:- a structured approach to assist the hormone-producing gland to create a harmonious function by balancing the insulin hormone.
  • Nourishing:- for optimal functioning the hormone needs a constant supply of nutrition 
  • Nurture:- we access the major stress area which is creating too much cortisol 
  • Cleanse:-  Identifying and removing  toxins that may be altering the functioning of the hormone
  • Move:- Customized basic routine of exercise is planned so has to keep hormone function in balance.