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ROLE OF DASHMULA KASHAYA IN KASHTARTAVA (PRIMARY DYSMENORRHOEA) – A CASE STUDY

Dr. Manju Chouksey*, Dr. Vipin Singh Tomar, Dr. Hetal H. Dave and Dr. Sushila Sharma

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Kashtartava is expressed as “kashtenmunchyatiti kashtartavam”– Kashtartava is the condition where the artava discharges with great difficulty and pain. Dysmenorrhoea itself is not a life-threatening condition but is found to have a profound impact on daily activities and may result in missing work or school, inability to participate in sports and other activities. It is considered as leading cause of school absence in adolescent girls and a common problem in women of reproductive age. Keeping these points in view, the present case study was carried out in OPD of Prasuti –Stree Roga dept. of NIA jaipur Rajasthan to assess the effect of Dashmula Kashaya in Kashtartava (Primary Desmenorrhoea). Kashtarva is a Vata dominant Tridoshaja Vyadhi and Dashmula Kashaya is also Tridoshaghna and considered as best Vatahara. So it cures the disease by samprapty vighatana as vitiation of Vata dosha is responsible for this disease. Results were assessed on the basis of improvement in symptoms. The study reveals that Dashmula Kashaya is highly effective in disintegration of the pathogenesis of the disease.

Keywords: Kashtartava, Primary Dysmenorrhea, Dashmula Kashaya.


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