Being born as a woman is a blessing. Next to God women are the creator of the world. Women are the architect of this world. Women are the backbone of society but this most beautiful creature of God needs various care for herself at every stage of her life.
A woman plays various roles throughout her life. When she born family feels – Laxmi (Goddess) comes into the family. Then daughter “papa ki pari’ Loving sister, then-wife and mother ultimate whole caretaker of a family.
If a woman, a pillar of every family herself is healthy (Physically and Mentally), then and then, she can maintain the health of their families and communities. To make ourselves healthy, make our family and society healthy, let’s start the journey together.
There are various stages of a woman’s life. Accompanied by considerable hormonal changes, the life stages of a woman are generally divided into infancy, Adolescence or puberty age, reproductive age, and climatic (menopause) periods. In addition to pregnancy and delivery is the event that makes a woman’s life unique.
In all these stages, in her life, a woman needs healthcare and concern for herself first. What we see in our surroundings, she is taking care of all other family members, but neglecting her own health or sometimes hide her health problems. A probable reason may be either no time or no money for herself. Sometimes feel shy, to whom I can share?
By any means, she is neglecting herself and her health. And to come out from this, let’s join hands together. “She The Power” is the platform where we share our knowledge, upbring our qualities, and solve our health problems.
There are certain female diseases like menstrual irregularities, Dysmenorrhoea (painful menstrual periods), Leucorrhoea (white discharge from the vagina), PCOD, Breast cancer, Cervical cancer, uterine prolapse, uterine fibroids, ovarian tumor, Endometriosis, Infertility, postpartum psychosis, etc.
There are some diseases that are common in females like Thyroid problems, Diabetes mellitus, Obesity, Urinary infection, Urinary incontinence (loss of urine control–very common in menopause ), Rheumatism ( joints problem), Anaemia ( low hemoglobin), Depression—specifically menopausal depression, etc.
Stay Healthy, Stay Safe!
To overcome from all these, you can contact :
Dr. Kiran Lakhani (BHMS, PGDHM.),
Contact no: 6352116631
(Certified in Enzymatic & Diet and nutritionist)