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Abstract

EFFECT OF ASHOKA TWAK KWATHA IN SHWETAPRADARA (LEUCORRHOEA) BY DIFFERENT MODES OF ADMINISTRATION

*Dr. Nayana Bhagat, Dr. Sreelakshmi S. and Dr. Skandan K.P.

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Shwetapradara is one of the most commonly faced problem by women at all ages, from menarche to menopause because of moist and sweaty genitals. It neither causes mortality nor morbidity but if it is neglected it may lead to ascending infections harming general health and disturbing women psychologically. Married females between the age group of 21 - 45 years with complaint of excessive discharge per vagina and vaginal smear negative for organisms were taken for the study. The Ashoka twak kwath was given for 1 month and assessment was done on every 15th day of study. No significant results were found in between groups for before and after treatment. While significant results at p< 0.05 level were found in group C for Srava, Kandu and shoola when compared to other groups. In case of mutra daha, maithuna asahishnutha and ganda no significant difference was observed in between and within the groups. Shwetapradara develops due to vitiation of kapha and vata shoshana property. Based on the result, it is found that Ashoka due to its stambhana, kaphahara, krimighna property combated Shwetapradara.

Keywords: Shwetapradara, Leucorrhoea, Ashoka twak.


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