Check excessive bleeding in time
Amystop-G is a herbo-mineral formulation which is highly effective in dysfunctional uterine bleeding (excessive bleeding), checks bleeding in time and provides her an escape from the moments of gloom. It strengthens female uterine system, improves endometrial (inner uterine wall) vascularity by supplementing bioflavonoids and hastens wound healing by enhancing collagen turnover. Amystop-G strengthens the microvasculature and stabilizes the membrane phospholipids. It also blocks the release of inflammatory mediator i.e. histamine, serotonin, bradykinin. Thus, reduces pain due to excessive bleeding. Amystop-G also promotes haemopoiesis (blood formation) by providing natural iron & other micronutrients. Amystop-G provides vitamins like Vitamin-A, Folic acid, niacin, riboflavin, thiamine and vitamin-C, essential minerals like iron, manganese, calcium, zinc, copper, phosphate, silicate and phyto-constituents improving their bioavailability in the system along with citric acid and sitosterol.
A multi mechanism therapy in the management of DUB
CONTROL ABNORMAL UTERINE BLEEDING
Supplements bio-flavonoids for better haemostasis(Stop bleeding), strengthen the uterine micro-vasculature, helps in restoration of pericapillary sheath.
Act as Anti-fibrinolytic (stops bleeding) promotes pericapillary fibirin deposition, enhances collagen turnover in damaged tissues by increasing DNA and collagen content.
Reduces pain associated with dysfunctional uterine bleeding, blocks the release of inflammatory mediators like histamine, bradykinin.
NOURISHES AND TONES UTERUS
Tones endometrium, increases healing process, reduces increasing permeability in blood capillaries, tones up the endometrial vascularity.
Provides astringent action, helps to regulate blood circulation and tighten blood vessels, reduces blood loss.
Compensates blood loss by supplementing iron, provides natural iron in gentle form, needed for the formation of haemoglobin.
The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat your problem without consulting your doctor.
Unique Salient Features of Amystop-G
- Enriched with haemostatic bio-flavonoids
- Supplements natural iron, copper, zinc and other micronutrients
- Free from adverse effects of synthetic hormones
- Safe on long term usage
- Controls abnormal or excessive menstrual bleeding
Key Ingredients of Amystop-G
Indications for Amystop-G
- D U B (Dysfunctional uterine bleeding)
- IUCD induced bleeding
FAQs about Amystop-G
Amystop-G normally should be taken for 1 week regularly. As far as symptomatic benefits are concerned, Patients start feeling well within a few days of intake of Amystop-G. In certain chronic conditions, Amystop-G can safely be taken for long term.
Amystop-G is to be taken in the dosage of 2 capsules thrice daily for adults. The dosage may be increased or decreased as per age, disease, weight of the patients or as recommended by the physician.
The preferred time to consume Amystop-G is half an hour after food or as per the advice of the physician.
Amystop-G is a non-sedative, non-narcotic natural formulation, it doesn’t cause any drowsiness, dizziness or any untoward effect so it’s safe to drive after consuming Amystop-G. Still if you feel any discomfort contact your physician.
Amystop-G is completely natural, safe, non-addictive & non-habit forming preparation. It doesn’t contain any sedative, narcotic or alcoholic content.
Yes, Amystop-G can be taken with other medicines preferably half an hour before or after of other medicines or as per the advice of the physician.
Yes, Amystop-G is completely safe on long term usage in therapeutically recommended dosage.
* Disclaimers for Product Safety : These indications are based solely on traditional Ayurvedic use.
(√) Safe to be taken,
(X) Contra indicated,
(-) Not applicable,
(!) Recommended to be used with caution in low dosage, Under strict supervision of the healthcare professional,
(*) Safety has been assessed in recommended dosage based on the texts in ancient literature and modern research findings as well as on clinical experiences.