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Dr. Veena Ajay Patil*, Dr. Pramila Bhikaji Shinde and Dr. Bhagyashri Mahavir Khot


Episiotomy is surgically planned incision on the perineum and the posterior vaginal wall during second stage of labor to facilitates easy vaginal delivery of baby and prevent irregular perineal tear. Perineum is an area of the body that is moist and perfect situation for infection or poor healing. A woman undergoes various complications after episiotomy like pain, swelling, wound infection, discomfort, sepsis, vulval haematoma, discharge rectal pain and discomfort related to episiotomy have been reported to interfere with women’s daily activities. Currently, there are several methods for the management of complications of episiotomy wound like NSAIDS, Antibiotic etc. but it is found to have various adverse effects like inflammation, itching, peptic ulcer, drug resistance. So, there is need to find out perfect solution on episiotomy wound healing. According to Ayurveda Tumbi Patra and Lodhra twaka churna have significant properties which are useful and safe for these symptoms. Some studies and research have examined the effect of herbal remedies such as Tumbi Patra and Lodhra have numerous properties including Anti- inflammatory, Anti-microbial, Analgesic and wound healing property.

Keywords: Episiotomy, Tumbi Patra, Lodhra twak churna.

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