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Vd. Vinaya V. Potdar*, Dr. Ramesh Milind Bansode and Dr. Sampada S. Sant


Ayurveda has described “Dashvidha Pariksha” (ten points of examination) for the purpose of Rogi Pariksha (patient examination). Among these Prakruti Examination of patient is the most important; hence it is enlisted at number one. It expresses a unique trait of an individual that is defined by specific and permanent composition of Dosha right from birth. Prakruti Pariksha is important even in patients. Therefore, it is a sincere attempt to examine the Prakruti in polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) for prevention, early diagnosis and its management. The Prevalence of PCOS in India is about 9.13%. It is the most common cause of infertility in the female. It is characterized by amenorrhoea, obesity, acne, hirsuitism, anxiety, hair fall and multiple follicular cysts in the ovary with or without hormonal imbalance. Cardiovascular disorder, diabetes mellitus, obesity, fatty liver etc. are the risk factor of PCOS. According to Ayurveda PCOS comes under Kapha-Medojanya Vikara. Todays sedentary lifestyle is responsible for it. Excess Kapah and Meda causes Avarana (obstruction) to Apana Vayu leading to Artava Avrodh (anovulation). Doshaj Prakruti has influence on gynecological disorders in females. Taking into consideration the Dosha predominance can helps in the prevention and management of polycystic ovarian syndrome. So, diagnosis of Prakruti in PCOS patients has great role in advising lifestyle, diet, regimen, different panchakrma therapy, yoga posture, occupation etc. Therefore 130 patients of PCOS were selected and prakruti examination was done to find out the prakruti which is mostly prone to PCOS.

Keywords: Prakruti, Anartava, Amenorrhoea, PCOS, PCOD.

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