Shatavari is a drug that stabilizes the female reproductive system. Its main component is asparagus racemosus.
Shatavari is used to treat a multitude of ailments that plague the female reproductive system. Shatavari contains phytoestrogens which are precursors for the female hormone estrogen. This is particularly helpful in relieving the symptoms that accompany menopause. The indicators of menopause are often caused by low levels of estrogen in the body. Shatavari counteracts these effects. The balancing of the hormones also helps to diminish the symptoms of pre-menstruation syndrome as well as menstruation.
Shatavari has also proven to be an excellent aid to mothers who have just given birth. It provides the new mother with energy and helps the recovery process of the body. This medication also raises the level of the prolactin hormone. This is the hormone that is involved in the production of breast milk. Shatavari can help increase the production of breast milk in mothers who have just given birth.
There may be other benefits that can be achieved with the use of Shatavari. Contact your physician to discover all the curative effects that this medication may have.
It is important to always follow the prescription that has been provided to you by your physician. You should refrain from taking Shatavari in smaller or larger doses than you have been instructed.
This medication should be taken orally.
The recommended dosage for the Shatavari is one tablet. This dose should be taken twice a day.
The dose that is recommended for the Shatavari syrup is 10ml. This dose should be taken twice a day.
In case you forgot to take one of your doses, take it as soon as you remember. If your next scheduled dose is due soon, do not take the missed dose. Do not take more than one dose at a time.
In the event of an overdose, contact your local medical emergency services immediately.
There was extensive research conducted on the benefits of Shatavari to ensure its efficiency as a treatment. There were no adverse effects reported by the participants of the study. Once the medication was released to the general public, there were still no side effects reported.
In rare instances, individuals may experience an allergic reaction to one of the ingredients in the medication. Inform your physician immediately if you experience such an adverse reaction to Shatavari.
Inform your doctor if you are pregnant and have been prescribed Shatavari. Tell your physician before you begin breastfeeding your child.
Do not take this medication if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in Shatavari.
Shatavari may inhibit the processes of the body that get rid of the drug, Lithium. This may cause a buildup of Lithium in the system and cause side effects.
Inform your doctor about any medications, prescribed or over the counter, which you may be taking. Tell your physician about any herbal supplements that you may be consuming.