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A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY OF VEERTARVADI GANA KASHAYA AND BASTI THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF VATASHTHEELA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA

*Rakesh Meena, Dr. P. K. Sharma, Dr. Vishal Verma, Dr. Sheetal Verma, Dr. Sourmi and Dr. Sunil Kumar Sharma

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B.P.H. is condition related to ageing process and most frequently seen in men in 7th, 8th, 9th decade, but also occurs in 6th and even 5th decade of life. Surveys have found a high prevalence of moderate to severe obstructive symptom in men over 50, which increases with age. This has a significant impact on the health of older men and healthcare costs. Notably, increase in Benign Prostate Hypertrophy and lower urinary tract symptoms such as urgency, dribbling micturition, hesitancy and increase frequency of micturition are on rise, occurring within the context of an aging global population. In Ayurvedic classics the term Vatashtheela is related with the symptoms of low urinary output either by retention, absolute or relative anuria or oliguria. In relation to BPH condition, there is no permanent and safe cure with modern medicine, except surgical resection of prostate, which is also having complication thereafter. So, keeping the above factors in consideration a study was carried out with Ayurvedic formulations, mentioned in classics, to assess the efficacy and to achieve a friendly treatment protocol. A clinical study was conducted in Rishikul Campus Haridwar, Uttrakhand Ayurved University with an objective to A Comparative clinical study of Veertarvadi gana kashaya and Matra Basti in the management of Vatashtheela w.s.r. to benign prostatic hyperplasia in 30 patients. Patients were selected randomly irrespective of their religion, race, occupation etc. and divided into three groups. Treatment was given for three months and monitored at every 15 days interval during the study period. The irritative and obstructive symptoms of BPH (Vatashtheela) like frequency, urgency, staining, weak stream, incomplete emptying, nocturia, residual urine and uroflow rate were observed over the treatment.

Keywords: Vatashtheela, Veertarvadi Gana Kashaya, Matra Basti, BPH.


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