MANAGEMENT OF INFERTILITY WITH AYURVEDIC INTERVENTION – A CASE REPORT

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ABSTRACT:

Infertility is global problem in the field of reproductive health. The cause of female infertility is multi-factorial, a systematic approach typically is used and involves testing for ovulatory factor, utero-tubal factor and peritoneal factor. About 40% of women suffering from infertility are due to ovulatory dysfunction. Female infertility is dealt in Ayurveda under the heading of vandhyatwa. Anovulation is considered under beeja dushti and artavavaha srotoavarodha. Ayurveda explains many treatment modalities pertaining to infertility. In this case report patient suffered from primary infertility due to anovulation since 3 years. First she took allopathy medicine but was not benefited. Then she was treated with ayurvedic medication, kanchnar guggulu, hingwastak churna, aloes compound, dashmoolarishta and ashokarishta.  After one month of medication patient presented in OPD with positive urine pregnancy test. The line of treatment was followed in this case was to treat provoked vata, kapha dosha and vitiated rasa dhatu. There were no adverse effects found during the ayurvedic medication.

Keywords: Aloes compound, ashokarishta, dashmoolarishta, hingwastak churna, infertility,, vandhyatawa.

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