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Monday, February 11, 2013


© 11 February 2013: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.
g-mail: vmpalaniappan@gmail.com)

 Since long I have been wanting to address the immense problems the womenfolk have been experiencing.

If you sit in isolation, and begin to contemplate a bit deeper into the personal problems every woman has to undergo in her lifetime, you will end up pitying the whole lot of them immensely.

A woman will not be a woman, if she does not attain puberty, and that happens somewhere around her 12th year.

That initiates her problem, which continues in the form of menstruation for next four decades or so. 

When the latter stops, a fresh problem, labelled “menopause”, would begin to ‘suffocate’ her.

When men do not suffer such problems, why should the women do?

Are they cursed? Is Nature selectively unkind?

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 I have been conducting healthcare programs in Malaysia, Singapore and India, for the past 37 years, called, “Group Therapy*, wherein I train people to lead a disease-free life, for a prolonged period.

(* The next Group Therapy program, in English, is going to be held in Kuala Lumpur, with effect from Sunday, 7 April 2013: If interested, please send me an e-mail /g-mail.)

Men and women of all walks of life participate in the program, in search of leading a trouble-free life.

It was during these occasions that I came across large number of women who have been undergoing such ‘tortures’.

When helped, they feel as if they have taken a ‘re-birth’.

This has prompted me to write a book on the subject. The idea is to help all those out there in the world to lead a trouble-free, comfortable life.

I started writing this book exactly ten years ago. Since, I have been giving priority to other topics such as heart problems, cancer, and diabetes, I had to delay it this long to finish it.
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Many do not know what is the right age for girls to attain puberty

Whenever that happens, they just accept it as norm.

However, the doctors keep telling them that early or late maturity may not be good for a girl. 

Yet, no one seems to know the right age for reaching such an adulthood.

Having done an extensive study, mostly based on clinical observations, particularly in an ecological viewpoint, I have come up with definite answers for many of the problems that are related to women.

Now, I am able to recognise the various risk factors that are associated with  white and yellow discharges, erratic menses, pre-menstrual syndrome, menopause and related hardships; and of course, the much-disturbing osteoporosis that may or may not affect women in their later years.

I have given vivid explanations for all these phenomena in the 144-page book “Menses, Menopause, and Osteoporosis”, which I have just brought out from the printers. (ISBN 978-967-9988-17-8, priced at RM15.00, now available in most of the bookshops in Malaysia.)

Let me present here a few useful excerpts from the above book: 
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Best age for attaining maturity / puberty
The reproductive body-parts of a girl would not have attained adequate growth if she ‘comes to age’ in her 9th or 10th year.

Even her 11th year would not have given her proper development.

Whereas, maturity in her 14th age may not give her the optimum development, because of the delayed growth of her body parts.

Based on the above observations, the right age for attaining puberty appears to be late-12 or early-13, and not any different.

Parents interested in the welfare of their young daughters should make sure to feed them with good food, guide them to drink about 1.5 L of liquids (mostly water), and void nearly all of it through about 7 urinations or so, daily.

When it comes to girls nearing their puberty period, any game or sports (such as running races) that would make them sweat profusely, may not be suitable.

This is so because, profuse sweating would reduce the quantity of urine they void, and thereby make them over-weight or obese, by enhancing the accumulation of excessive calcium within their body, thus giving them all undesirable problems, including white discharge, strong body odour, overgrowth in terms height, and the like.

Further, such strenuous exercises tend to produce too much of the male sex hormone (called Androgen) in girls, and tend to suppress the production of the female hormone called Oestrogen, which tend to exert an adverse effect on growing up girls.

I have provided in my book adequate evidences for all such observations I have made.
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 I have elaborated in the book a great deal on white and yellow discharges most women get .

These too have definite reasons.

It may be of interest to nearly every woman to know that there are several other minor and major factors that are statistically significantly associated with the occurrences of such white discharges. They include the following:

*  Women who have white discharges seem to have, almost for certain, plenty of ear wax and associated ear-itch.

*  Their face tends to turn moon-shaped (See one of my previous postings on this subject, in this BLOG). 

*  The occurrence of profuse body sweat or hot flashes appear to be inevitable.

*  Their Body Mass Index (BMW) increases for sure. 

*   Bad-breadth, hair dropping, black-colourations on their tongue, etc. are also associated with the discharge.

*   Women who tend to have abundant white discharge appear to have greater risk of developing breast lumps, nagging cough, sinus problems, high cholesterol in their blood, and also pimples.

*   Some of them tend to have rapid heartbeat - palpitations. 

*   A few also tend to have high systolic blood pressure.

The surprising thing is that, none of the pre-menstrual syndrome - the PMS or PMT, seems to have any relation to these white discharges.
Factors that give rise to white discharges:

Overweight or obese women appear to be the major victims of this menace.

Those who drink much less water, eat rapidly without chewing high-density food, urinate only about thrice  (or four times) a day,  drink milk and other calcium-rich beverages, defecate slimy faeces most of the time, and may not eat fruits - especially the acid fruits such as oranges, tend to suffer the menace.

Pre-menstrual Syndrome (PMS/PMT):

When it comes to PMS, I have given well-founded reasons for most of the problems associated with it.

Such problems include increase in body weight, swelling of the breasts, water retention, breasts becoming tender, occurrence of hot flashes, diarrhoea or constipation, headaches, craving to eat sweets, and occurrence of pain at the hip.

Apart from the above physical distresses, they also suffer from emotional problems such as irritability and changing moods, insomnia, depression, anxiety, fatigue, and the like.
I have also given in the book remedial measures to prevent nearly all of the PMS/PMT problems.


This is another problem that keeps haunting all women, almost without exception.

I have brought out to recognition all the factors that are related to the much-feared osteoporosis.

In conclusion, it appears women need not go for hormone treatment for a possible osteoporosis, for the risk factors that are responsible for this problem can be completely prevented from happening.

In essence, this book entitled “Menses, Menopause, and Osteoporosis (ISBN ISBN 978-967-9988-17-8, priced at Malaysian Ringgit 15.00) should prove very useful to every woman, whether she be in the tropics or temperate countries, for leading a peaceful, trouble, tension-free, and drug-free life.

I have written it in simple English, without the use of difficult-to-understand medical terms, so that every woman who could read basic English should be able to benefit by reading it.

I strongly hope all women would appreciate it when they find a near-complete relief from all of their problems.

With best wishes,  
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