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A CLINICAL STUDY OF PHALTRIKADI KWATH ORALLY AND BALA TAIL NASYA ON ASRIGDARA W.S.R TO DYSFUNCTIONAL UTERINE BLEEDING

*Dr. Manbi Sharma, Dr. A. Neelima, Dr. Dinesh Kumar, Dr. Tanuja Bharti and Dr. Ankush Kumar

Abstract

With advancements and modernization of current era, incidence of Abnormal uterine bleeding are encountered by women throughout the Globe and India is no exception to this. According to Ayurvedic classics the word Asrigdara/ Pradara means untimely flow of blood in respect of amount and duration. Asrigdara can be correlated with abnormal uterine bleeding specially, dysfunctional uterine bleeding (DUB) in modern literature. The aim of the present study was to evaluate “The effect of Phaltrikadi Kwath orally and Bala Taila Nasya on Asrigdara”. Materials and Methods: A total of 30 patients were selected for the present research work and randomly divided into two groups of 15 patients each. In Group A, patients were treated with Phaltrikadi Kwath orally in a dose of 40ml orally two times in a day with Madhu before meal, for 7 days and 8 drops of Nasya in each nostril for 5 days after cessation of the menstrual cycle, while in Group B, patients were given Phaltrikadi Kwath orally in a dose of 40ml orally two times in a day with Madhu before meal, for 7 days and Pathya for 30 days. After conducting the clinical trial on 30 patients, the data was obtained and analysed statistically. Results: It was observed that both the groups were effective in ameliorating the symptoms of Asrigdara. However, on comparison of both Groups A and B, Group A showed better results with minimal reoccurrence in symptoms. Conclusion: It showed that the specific therapy (Nasya karma with Bala Tail) along with oral administration of Phaltrikadi Kwath was more effective in the treatment of Asrigdara, in comparison to Phaltrikadi Kwath alone.

Keywords: Asrigdara, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, Nasya Karma, Bala Tail.


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