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Abstract

CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON POLY CYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME WITH AYURVEDA AND MODERN PERSPECTIVE:

*Khushboo Jha, Indra Bir Mishra, Prof. Dr. K. Bharathi and Dr. Sonu

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Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common metabolic disorders among the women of reproductive age. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) affects 4% to 12% of women of reproductive age. The most challenging and distressing aspect of PCOS for any patient, varies from time to time. Like Hirsuitism as a teenager to infertility. Women suffering from PCOS present with a of symptoms associated with menstrual dysfunction and androgen excess. These symptoms generally impact on quality of life. The women suffering from PCOS are at increased risk of obesity, insulin type II diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, infertility, cancer, multiple morbidities and psychological disorders. This review summarizes what the literature has so far provided from guidelines to diagnosis of PCOS according to both Ayurveda as well as Modern. Finally, the review will stress on the various aspects of treatment and screening recommendations currently used in the management of this condition. It is hoped that it will help the women not only to be diagnosed and managed properly for their symptoms like hirsutism, irregular menses etc but also to educate and manage for continuing health risk of insulin resistance throughout their lives. In Ayurveda, there is no direct reference about PCOS but when we go through the Ayurvedic literature there are many references which are nearer to sign and symptoms of PCOS. In Ayurveda, this condition is not explained as a single disease entity, but given under the headings Yonivyapada (genital disorders) and Artava (menstrual disorders). After description of eight disorders of Artava, destruction of Artav (Nashtartava) has been described by Acharya Sushruta and Vagbhata respectively. In Nashtartava the Dosha (Vata an Kapha) obstruct the passage of Artava, thus Artava is not visualize properly.

Keywords: PCOS, Hirsuitism, Artava, Nashtartava, Screening.


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