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Abstract

ROLE OF AYURVEDIC INTERVENTION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ASRUGDARA

Markit Pohlong* and Papiya Jana

ABSTRACT

Menstrual disorders are one of the commonest gynaecologic complain seen in this present time. Menorrhagia is a commonest gynecological problem characterized by cyclic bleeding in excessive amount or duration or both among 30% of women in reproductive age. Asrgdara or Raktapradara in Ayurveda is characterized by excessive or prolonged menstruation with or without inter-mentrual bleeding. In modern medicine haemostatic, analgesic and hormonal therapies are advised for menorrhagia, which has limitations. Hence it is need of time to have an integrated and comprehensive therapeutic intervention in Ayurveda to prevent recurrence. Sodhana and Shamana therapies are advised but if Rugnabala is diminished then only Shamana is advisable. Many herbal and herbomineral preparations are mentioned in Ayurveda to cure Asrgdara and related symptom which can be used as per Dosha involvement and Lakshana. Here is a case study diagnosed with VataPittaja Asrigdara. The main principle of treatment adopted here is raktastambhana constituting Kashaya Rasa and Pittashamaka dravyas.

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