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Abstract

BREAST ABSCESS MANAGEMENT THROUGH AYURVEDA: A CASE REPORT

Suman Kumari* and Poonam Choudhary

ABSTRACT

Breasts are the seat of all types of Sothas (inflammations), Vranas (ulcers), Granthis and Arbudas like any other body part. Due to constriction or narrowness of Dhamanis of breasts of unmarried young girls, the Dosas, do not spread there, thus girls do not suffer from breasts disorders, however due to natural dilatation of orifices of these Dhamanis of pregnant or puerperal woman, the Dosas can reach there, thus they are susceptible for breast- disorders. This study was conducted in a single patient. A married female patient of age 28 years came in OPD of Prasuti tantra and Stri roga National Institute of Ayurveda Jaipur, with complaint of pain and abscess in left breast on and off since 2-3 months. On examination, Stana Vidradhi (breast abscess) was found in left upper quadrant of breast in ripen stage, around 3-4 cm in size. Patient was advised to use Dashaang lepa externally application followed by Jatayadi Taila externally applied. Aragvadhadikashayam(10ml) with equal amount of water given internally and Triphala Guggulu 2 tablet thrice a day with leukeworm water after food. Internal drugs Aragvadhadikashayam and Triphala Guggulu were continued till the healing of wound that is up to 20 days. Reduction of pain and healing of wound were started from 4th day onwards, granulation tissue started forming from 8th day onwards and mouth was closed on 12th day. Thus we can conclude from the study that this Ayurveda regimen plays an effective role in management of breast abscess.

Keywords: Aargvadhadikashayam, Dashaang Lepa, Jatayadi Taila, Stanvidradhi, Triphala Guggulu.


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