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Dr. Shalini Patel*, Prof. (Dr.) Sunil Kumar Joshi, Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta


Various Mutrarogas along with their management have been described in Ayurvedic classics, and of these Mutraghata is an important anomaly in which Vibandha or Avarodha (obstruction in the flow of urine) is a major feature. Among all 13 types of Mutraghata, Vatashtheela, Vatakundalikaa, Vatabasti and Mootrajathara resembles with obstructive uropathy. Among them, Vatashtheela has very close similarity with BPH based on symptomatology. Vatashtheela is the very common condition seen in elderly men. The specific approach which is used in the management of BPH depends on many factors such as age, prostate weight, size, severity of the symptoms, etc. In Ayurveda, so many drugs in different forms, dosage and combinations are given for the management of Vatashtheela (a type of Mutraghata). After referring many Ayurvedic texts, mainly two drugs Narayana Taila & Dashamula Kwatha were selected for the treatment of disease Vatashtheela. These two drugs were used in combination in the form of Basti (per rectum) in view of a long-term effect. In this research article, a patient of Vatashtheela was treated with the guidelines which described in Ayurveda. A satisfactory positive result was obtained without any adverse effect.

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