About Utrofyne Syrup
Menstruation is a healthy sign of womanhood. But when the menstrual cycle gets disturbed, it leads to irregular bleeding pattern like frequent, excessive or prolonged bleeding caused due to hormonal imbalance. Utrofyne is a unique combination of homoeopathic medicines to regularize menstrual cycles and to alleviate symptoms associated with periods. Utrofyne syrup brings back the normalcy in the menstrual flow.
Indications of Utrofyne:
Irregular, Profuse menstruation, Painful Menstruation & white discharge, Pain in Back, Tired Feeling.
Action of Composition used in Utrofyne:
Janosia asoka Q 0.05 ml: Useful in female complaints of headache associated with menses and Irregular menses with loss of appetite.
Cinchona officinalis Q 0.05 ml: Profuse menses with pain. Desire too strong. Bloody white discharge. Heaviness in the pelvis.
Abroma augusta Q 0.05 ml: Colicky pains in lower abdomen. Menses are irregular, lasting for short or long time. Blood is dark and clotted.
Viburnum Opulus Q 0.002 ml: Bearing-down pains before. Ovarian region feels heavy and congested. Aching in sacrum and pubes, with pain in anterior muscles of thighs
Caulophyllum Thalictroides Q 0.001 ml: Spasmodic and severe pains, which fly in all directions; shivering, without progress; false pains. Pains flying to other parts of body with profuse menses and white discharge.
Pulsatilla nigricans Q 0.001 ml: Tardy menses. Too late, scanty, thick, dark. Chilliness, nausea, downward pressure, painful, flow intermits. White discharge acrid, burning, creamy. Pain in back; tired feeling.
Magnesium phosphoricum 3x 0.25 mg: Menstrual colic. Menses too early, dark, stringy. Swelling of external parts. Ovarian neuralgia.
Calcarea phosphorica 3x 0.25 mg: Menses too early, excessive, and bright in girls. If late, blood is dark; sometimes, first bright, then dark, with violent backache.
Flavoured Syrup Base Q.S
Alcohol content 2% v/v
Dosage/Directions for use of Utrofyne Syrup :
One Teaspoonful, three times a daily with fresh water.
Not Recommended during Pregnancy and Lactation