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Ayurvedic Management of Multifactorial Female Infertility – A case report

Author(s) Shweta, Ruchika Bhola, Prof. S.B Donga
Country India
Abstract Introduction: Infertility is a medical condition that can cause psychological, physical, mental, spiritual, and medical detriments to the patient. “Infertility is defined as failure to conceive within one or more years having regular unprotected coitus. All types of female Infertility in Ayurveda are described under the heading of Vandhya. According to Acharya Sushruta, there are four factors responsible for creation of Garbha i.e. Ritu (Ovulatory period/ period for copulation), Kshetra (reproductive tract including Uterus, Fallopian tube, Ovary), Ambu (Nutritive fluid for fertilized ovum), Beeja (Shukra & Shonita i.e. Sperm & Ovum). Among these four factors tubal blockage can be considered as the deformity of Kshetra i.e. Kshetradushti and Low level of Anti mullerian hormone can be compared to Dhatukshayajanya Vandhyatav. Aim and Obejctive: This case study was done to treat multifactorial female infertility with Ayurvedic treatment protocol and provide better quality of life. Methodology: A female Patient of 28 years of age, came to OPD of Prasuti Tantra Evum Stree roga with complaint of inability to conceive since 2 years of unprotected intercourse. Patient was diagnosed with female infertility due to bilateral tubal blockage, and low AMH level treated by Ayurvedic intervention i.e. - Virechana Karma, Yuktaratha Basti (3 days) along with Uttarabasti with Apamargkshara Taila (6 days) and Nagakesara Choorna orally (after stopping of menstrual bleeding). Result: Female infertility cured after treatment and conception achieved. Discussion: Ayurvedic approach would be beneficial in conservative management of tubal blockage and has an effective result in female infertility.
Keywords Female infertility, Fallopian tubes blockage, Virechana, Uttarabasti, AMH
Field Medical / Pharmacy
Published In Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2024
Published On 2024-07-07
Cite This Ayurvedic Management of Multifactorial Female Infertility – A case report - Shweta, Ruchika Bhola, Prof. S.B Donga - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i04.24120
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