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COMPARITIVE CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE EFFICACY OF PALASHA KSHARA AND DHATAKYADI TAILA PICHU IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CERVICAL EROSION (KARNINI YONIVYAPAD)

Dr. Manju Chouksey*, Dr. Vipin Singh Tomar, Dr. Hetal H. Dave and Dr. Sushila Sharma

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‘Cervical Erosion’ may not be fatal, yet the long term association with the disease and a number of symptoms both related to the genitourinary system as well as psychological imbalance in the patients affecting their daily routine. It is a benign condition but if left untreated may leads up to infertility and predisposes cervical malignancy. That’s why it is important to pay attention towards this troublesome disease. It is a condition in which the squamous covering of the vaginal aspect of the cervix is replaced by columnar epithelium which is continuous with that lining the endocervix. Considering the features, it can be correlated with Karnini Yonivyapad. The treatment is designed to destruct overgrown columnar epithelium and facilitates the growth of new healthy stratified squamous epithelium. In Ayurvedic classics for destruction of any such lesion Kshara is described. After the destruction of the columnar epithelium the normal squamous epithelium from the basal cell grows and heals the erosion. To enhance this process of epithelization Ropaka yoga is used which helps in the healing and regeneration of the tissue. Keeping these points in view, the present work a clinical comparative study has been made to evaluate the efficacy of Palasha Kshara and Dhatakyadi Taila Pichu in cervical erosion. Results were assessed on the basis of re-epithelization of erosion and improvement in symptoms. The study reveals that Palasha kshara and Dhatakyadi Taila Pichu (GroupA) is highly effective (71.40%) in disintegration of the pathogenesis of the disease as compare to Dhatakyadi Tail Pichu (GroupB).

Keywords: Cervical Erosion, Karnini Yonivyapad, Palasha Kshara, Dhatakyadi Taila.


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