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A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL TRIAL OF SIDDHA POLY HERBAL FORMULATION THETRAN ILAGAM (INTERNAL) AND YOGAM THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF AAN MALADU (MALE INFERTILITY)

Karthik Nagarajan S.*, S. Nagalakshmi, N. J. Muthu Kumar and V. Banumathi

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The siddha system of medicine is rooted in the Dravidian culture of the pre-vedic period. Siddhars are pious, generous and sacred people who guided normal human being to attain motcham. Among the eight limbs of Attanga yogam Iyamam, Niyamam, Pranayamam, Asanam, which comes under bagiranga yogam can be followed for the prevention ,treatment and restoration of diseases. During the past decade Siddhar yogam have become topic of global importance. It is a system of self-treatment of diseases, disorders and ailments as a result of faulty ways of living, bad habits, lack of proper knowledge, improper food and malfunctioning of body system. Infertility is the inability of sexually
active, non-contraception couple to achieve pregnancy in one year. Male infertility is global problem in the field of reproductive health. Infertility bears a social stigma, and the incidence is 40% among female’s 40% among male’s and 20% in both sex .A Clinial trail was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of Siddhar Yoga, in the treatment of oligospermia (male infertility) at the National Institute of Siddha, Ayothidass pandithar Hospital, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. 40 patients diagnosed with idiopathic oligospermia were recruited in this study, Group-1 (20 patients) were administered trail medicine (Thetran Ilagam TI) and Group-2 (20 patients) were administered trail medicine (TI) along with yogam therapy the patients were followed up every 7 days once for 48 days. The outcome of treatment was assessed using semen analysis and sexual health score. A significant improvement was observed in the yoga group.

Keywords: Siddhar Yogam, Siddha Medicine, Infertility, Thathunattam, ThetranIlagam.


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