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Abstract

AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE OF FEMALE INFERTILITY-A CASE STUDY

Dr. Veena Ajay Patil*, Dr. Jyoti Digamber Giri and Dr. Smita Mallikarjun Patil

ABSTRACT

Now a days, different formulations in Ayurveda and Panchakarma are very helpful in treating the patients of infertility. Ayurveda has an approach towards infertility. In Sushruta Samhita , Vandhyatva has been included in the consequences of twenty Yonivyapadas.[1] Charaka and Vagbhata has referred Vandhyatva seen due to abnormality of Beeja.[2] Infertility may be a result of one or more male or female factors. The major causes of female infertility may include blockage of fallopian tubes, polycystic ovarian syndrome causing anovulatory cycles, pelvic inflammatory disease ,age factors, amenorrhoea and endocrinal dysfunctions.[3] This is a case study of Primary infertile female with presenting complaint of Aartavkshaya (scanty menses) due to underlying Polycystic ovarian disease. Ayurveda has two types of principle therapies like Shodhan and Shaman which help in this case of Primary infertility with anovulation and PCOS.[4] It helped in regulating menses and ovulation. The result strengthens role of Ayurvedic medicine in management of Infertility. So, In this case Shodhan chikitsa is preferred. Basti[5] and Agneya kalp as Lashunadi vati,[6] Hingwashtak churna and Kanchanar Guggulu as aabhyantar chikitsa.

Keywords: Primary infertility, amenorrhoea, polycystic ovarian syndrome, ovulation, shodhan and shaman chikitsa.


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