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RATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF VATAJA ARTAVA DUSTI W.S.R. TO NUTRITIONAL HYPOMENORRHOEA

Kumar Vijendra* and Gupta Shilpy

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Introduction: Main etiology behind vataj artava dusti is vata pradhan ruksha aahar vihar leading to kshaya of rasa dhatu, which in turn is not sufficient to form its updhatu i.e; Raja in appropriate quantity and quality. Vitiation of vata leads to various general symptoms like body ache, mailaise, fatigue and local pain. This reflects nutritional deficiency leading to hypomenorrohea which can be managed in a best way by pathya aharaadi. Material and methods: A total 40 female patients, age group in between 13-30 years were selected from OPD of Prasuti Tantra Evam Stri Roga, Uttaranchal Ayurvedic College & Hospital, Dehradun. Cases having symptoms of vataja artava dushti (hypomenorrhoea due to nutritional deficiency) were included in the study where as all other causes (endocrinal, metabolic and genetic) were excluded. A total therapy of 90 days was given with two follow ups, one after each month. Necessary investigations were done for registration of patient and to assess effect of therapy accordingly. Observation and Result: On observation over predefined parameters most of the patient got highly significant improvement (p<0.001) in riturajamatra (amount of menstrual flow), rituchakra antaral (duration), rajahsravakala vedana (pain during menses), sthanik lakshana (local symptoms) and sarvadaihik lakshana (generalised symptoms), where as significant change (p<0.05) was observed in rajahsrava avadhi and rajahvarna. Percentage changes before and after treatment in rituchakra antaral and sthanik lakshana was found maximum (94.82%), 87.28% in sarvadaihik lakshana, 73.69% in rajahsravakala vedana. Conclusion: Result was encouraging with marked relief in the most of the symptoms of nutritional hypomenorrhoea by pathya aharaadi management approach of Ayurveda.

Keywords: Vataj artava dusti, Hypomenorrohea, Pathya aharaadi, Riturajamatra.


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