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*Vd. Yasmin Fasiuddin Shaikh and Vd. Ujwala V. Pawar


Now a days, it is seems that several patients are suffering from different types of disorders of Mutravaha Srotas. So, each physician should know the details like nidana (etiological factor), samprapti (pathogenesis), lakshanas(symptoms), sadhyaa-sadhyata (prognosis), updrava(complication), chikitsa (management) of disorders. Mutraghata is one of the important disease of mutravaha srotas. The word” MUTRAGHATA” is comprises of two words viz.”Mutra” & “Aghata” means low urinary output due to retention or relative anuria or oligouria. Acharya Dalhan has defined Mutraghata is a clinical entity of mutravaha srotas, where there is obstruction of urine flow. Obstructed urine (mutraghata) is diseased condition where retention of urine is cardinal feature. hence retention of urine may be caused by occlusion of urinary tract or inflammation in urinary pathway. Exercises, srong potential drugs, excessive indulgence of row alcohol, Ingestionof flesh of wet landed animals & fishes, Eating again before digestion of previous food & indigestion. This factors causes dushti of mutravaha srotas are also may be considered as nidana of Mutraghata. Due to this causative factors the doshas get aggravated. It is predominantly vata dosha. The vitiated dosha mix up with urine & hence obstruct the the flow of urine. Here due to influence over apana vata cited at Basti pradeha(Bladder)the pathology continues & urinary retention is caused. here, find several possibilities like interrupted flow of urine, complete obstruction of urinary tract, non production of urine. Shatkriyakala explains the pathogenesis of a disease in stages right from the incubation period to complete manifestation & later consequences of disease. Hence, In this review, mentioned Shatkriyakala of Mutraghata which should be important to managed in early stage (sanchay avastha) and to prevent further complication.

Keywords: Mutraghata, Retention of Urine, Shatkriyakala.

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