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Laxmi Devi* and Sushila Sharma


Stri and Purusha are the main contributor to the universal progeny but more importance should be given to Stri. The Stri itself denotes its importance. The sex which gives shelter to the Garbha or the sex in which the conception takes place and conceptive material develops from ovum to fetus is called Stri. A female is a beautiful creation of God. The physiology of reproductive system of woman is different from her male partner to a great extent as she has to intersperse many functions like achievement of conception, child birth. These physiological changes make her prone to pathological disorders also. That‟s why reproductive health is as important as other aspects of health. So far as the procreation of human being is concerned woman takes most important part for the fulfillment of biological cycle, that's why Nari is said as “Apatyamula”. Stri without a child is known as Vandhya and Acharya Sushruta has mentioned to "Artavakshaya" or "Nastartava" as one of the cause of Vandhyatva. In Kokashastra, Vandhya means a lady not having the menses. Therefore it is important to cure the female who is suffering from Vandhyatva due to "Artava Kshaya". When we compare the disease Artava Kshaya with the modern medical science Hypomenorrhoea and Oligomenorrhoea can be compare to some extent on the basis of its signs & symptoms.

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