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Abstract

“OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF EFFECTS OF SUPPRESSION OF NATURAL URGE OF MICTURATION”

*Dr. Pooja Balakrishna Shetty and Dr. Minakshi A. Randive

ABSTRACT

A unique fundamental concept in Ayurveda for the pathogenesis of many diseases is Vegdharana which means ill advised suppression of natural urges and certain Ayurvedic compendia have given detailed discriptions of many non-suppressible natural urges. Out of which Most commonly seen is mutraveg dharan that is suppression of the urge of micturation. Here in this work 97 individuals belonging to different professions were studied and their micturation pattern was evaluated with the help of questionnaire and their symptoms were assessed and graded according to severity seen. Out of 97 study population 23 participants (23.17%) showed mild symptoms of mutraveg dharan, 69 participants (71.13%) showed moderate symptoms of mutraveg dharan and 5 participants (5.14%) showed severe symptoms of mutra veg dharan. Tendency of mutra veg dharan is higher for shopkeepers than the other occupations. Followed by drivers then doctors then students and it is least for teachers Severity of symptoms seen of mutraveg dharan is higher for shopkeepers than the other occupations, followed by drivers, doctors and then teachers. It is least for students. Vankshan Anah (stiffness in the groin region) is the most common symptom arising due to mutra veg dharan and bastimehan shool (pain in the groin region)shiroruja(headache) and mutrakrucchra(painfull micturation) are the next common symptoms’ respectively. Vinam(forward bending due to pain) is the least common symptom arising due to mutra veg dharan. This study in mutra vegadharana which is proposed as a pathogenic factor in Ayurveda may offer a shift in the paradigm for understanding the causes of many ano rectal diseases and also help us to understand the work culture of various professions and the need of facilities for them to ensure good health.

Keywords: Ayurveda, suppression, micturation, mutraveg dharan, professions.


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