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AYURVEDIC ASPECT OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE- A REVIEW

Komal Balwant Kothawale*, Shrikant Atmaram Dighe and Bhagyashri Mahavir Khot

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Uterus, urinary bladder and rectum are the pelvic organs. These organs are held in their appropriate anatomical position by the support of pelvic floor muscles and ligaments. But when laxity or loss of tone seen in these muscles and ligaments, then these pelvic organs due to their weight and gravity, get displaces in downward direction and after a period of time it results into prolapse of respective organ. Pelvic organ Prolapse(POP) is found commonly in old age i.e. in menopausal age group. And mostly it is seen in multipara women i.e. in woman who gives birth to more than one child. Mostly it is associate with feeling of something coming out of the vagina, which causes discomfort during sitting or walking. Also it leads to some urinary symptoms such as urgency or frequency or painful micturition etc. In Ayurveda different gynecological diseases are explained under various Yonivyapadas. Sign symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse are much more similar to different yonivyapadas such as Phalini yoni, Vatiki yoni, Prasamsrini yoni, Mahayoni etc. These yonivyapadas are mentioned in different ayurvedic texts. In modern science POP are cured by various surgical managements but Ayurveda gives very effective local as well as medicinal management which not only cures the symptoms but also cures anatomical defects in early stages of prolapse. But in late stages, when prolapse occurs at a greater extent, at that time ayurvedic treatment is less effective, ultimately choice of treatment is a surgical repair in such cases. Samsra (Displacement) is the main lakshana of Vata dosha prakopa. Hence in POP main pathology is due to vata dosha and ultimately treatment is Vatashamana, therefore treatment includes basti, yonipichu and Ghritapana.

Keywords: Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Menopausal age, Mahayoni.


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