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EFFECT OF BRIHATYADI YAPANA BASTI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF VANDHYATVA (FEMALE INFERTILITY) W.S.R TO ANOVULATORY FACTOR – A CASE STUDY

Gaurav Balat*, L. P. Dei and S. B. Donga

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Background: Infertility is the most sensitive and cumbersome problem which haunts every couple. The major cause in infertility is female factor which is 50%. Female-factor infertility is most commonly caused by lack of ovulation (i.e. the development and release of eggs from the ovary). Among female factor the sub factors are ovarian, tubal, endometrial and uterine. Female Infertility due to Ovulatory Factor is the most contributing factor, in 35- 40% of the cases. Ovulation problems can be caused by hormonal deficiencies or lifestyle factors, such as obesity, alcohol intake, or being severely underweight. So for this study, we considered only Anovulatory factor infertility. Aim and Objective: The present study is an effort to understand the disease according to Ayurvedic principles & to evaluate the role of as a safer and cost-effective Ayurvedic treatment modality in female infertility. Materials and Methods: One patient came with Secondery infertility of 3 year in the O.P.D. of IPGT & RA, Jamnagar. Anovulatory cycle was dignosed by TVS (trans vaginal sonography) between 11th to 20th day of menstrual cycle. Brihatyadi yapana basti was administered 400ml per rectum form the after completion of menses for 15 day in morning for 2 cycle. Results: patient was conceived during 2nd cycle of treatment. TVS (trans vaginal sonography) between 11th to 20th day of menses cycle. Ovulation occurs on 19th day during 1st cycle treatment and on 16th day during 2nd cycle treatment. Next month patient have got UPT positive. Conclusion: Thus Brihatyadi yapana basti, described by Acharya Charaka contains drugs having Balya, Brihaniya, Deepana, Pachana, Yonivishodhana, Rutupravartana etc. Here, “Rutupravartana” indicates both Artavajanana and Beejotsarga property resulting better function of Ovary. With further researches Yapana basti can be an established as line of treatment of infertility with anovulatoty cycle.

Keywords: Female infertility, anovulation, Brihatyadi Yapana Basti.


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