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ASRIGADARA-A FOCUS ON ENDOMETIAL RESPONSE IN DISEASE PROCESS AND IT'S RELEVANCE IN TREATMENT

Dr. Sarita Mishra*, Prof Mukta Sinha

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Asrigdara is one of the main gynaecological disorder. A condition associated with severe bleeding during menstruation. It‟s clinical features are very near to that of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding. A lot‟s of researches are going on to understand the pathology of it, researches suggests that disturbed haemostatic mechanism, altered angiogenesis and disturbed inflammatory responses are causes of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding but Modern science is unable to tackle with, these endometrial responses and conventional hormonal treatment has it‟s limitations . It is associated with their side effects and nothing to do with correction of basic pathology. On the other hand Ayurveda believes that Doshas are basic physiological unit of body and disturbance in their equilibrium results disease in body. In this article pathogenesis of Asrigdara which is very similar to Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding is explained in light of altered functioning of Doshash on endometrium, which will open a new area of research for drugs advised in treatment of Asrigadara in Samhitas having their effect on endometrial changes at enzymatic and histo-pathological level.

Keywords: Asrigadara, Ayurveda, Dosha, Endometrium.


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