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MANAGEMENT OF ARTAVAKSHAYA W.S.R. TO POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME: A CASE REPORT

*Dr. Manbi Sharma, Dr. Tanuja Bharti and Dr. Prerna

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Ayurveda reliefs on the patterns/parameters of/ menstruation and strongly believes it as a major health indicator during the reproductive life. According to Ayurveda the excretion of menstrual blood (mala) is considered as Vishudhi (Rakta mokshna)1. Due to this the women remain free from certain diseases occurring in male before menopause. According to classics menstrual blood flow is considered normal if it occurs in cyclic fashion and in required amount and duration but when there is decreased flow of blood in respect of amount and duration it is termed as Artavakshaya. Artavakshaya is not separately described as disease anywhere in Ayurvedic classics It has been stated that symptoms of a disease themselves also constitute as a disease. But sometime, because of their subordinate nature they are only symptoms and not disease. After reading the description given in the literature, in modern science Artavakshaya‟ can be correlated with Oligomenorrhoea, Hypomenorrhoea and up to some extent Secondary amenorrhoea. Modern medical science has given Hormonal Treatment for Menstrual disorders which have many side effects if continued for long time. So, it is very important to provide a particular etiopathology and treatment for “Artavakshaya”. A female patient of 21 years of age came to OPD of Abhilashi ayurvedic hospital with chief complaints of irregular (delayed) menses with prolonged interval of 4-5 months since last 3 year along with USG findings of Bilateral Polycystic Ovarian Disease. She gave history of medications from last 6-7 months. But, patient was not satisfied by the treatment. With the aim to regulate the cycle the shodhana chikitsa (Nasya karma) was advised to the patient for three consecutive cycle, whereas for onset of menstruation certain ayurvedic formulations were given to the patient. Result: Patient had her menstruation regularly with normal duration during and after treatment.

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