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A CRITICAL REVIEW OF POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME MANAGEMENT BY CHANDRASHUR CHOORN (LEPIDIUM SATIVUM)

*Dr. Mohini D. Patle and *Dr. Rekha Kuwar

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Maternal health remains a staggering challenge, particularly in the developing world. Globally woman dies from complications in pregnancy and childbirth. Women with pcos struggle to become pregnant and are at higher risk of developing complications during pregnancy. 70% of women with pcos hadn‟t been diagnosed. It is a physiological disorder that causes many abnormal effect on endocrine, metabolic, psychological and reproductive system. PCOS disrupt the menstrual cycle, leading to fewer periods, acne, hair growth, weight gain and dark skin patches. There is no direct reference of pcos in ayurvedic text. Some of clinical features may simulate with granthibhoota artavdusti. Vata and kapha dusti seen in grantibhoot artavdusti. Major symptoms are artavkshaya and nastartav need to treated with agney dravya. Chandrashur choorna has properties of agney dravya-ushna, tikshn etc. which removes srotorodha, improve dhatu metabolism by removing ama by pachan, produce artav by pittapradhanta. Also it contains phytochemicals that resembles estrogen action, thus improve menstrual irregularities.

Keywords: polycystic ovarian syndrome, pcos, pcod, chandrashur choorna, lepidium sativum.


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