Management of Uterine Fibroid along with Metrorrhagia through Virechen, Lekhan Basti and Uttar Basti - A Case Study

  • M.S. Sajeewane Perera 2nd year M.S scholar, Department of Prasuti Tantra and Stree Roga, IPGT&RA, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar, India
  • Laxmi Priya Dei Dean, HOD, and Professor Department of Prasooti Tantra and StreeRoga, IPGT&RA, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar, India
Keywords: Lekhana Basti, Mamsajagranthi, Raktagulma, Uterine fibroid, Uttara Basti, Virechana.

Abstract

Uterine fibroid is the most common, non-cancerous tumor in women of childbearing age and the second most common reason women of childbearing age undergo surgery. Metrorrhagia is one of the most common menstrual disorders associated with uterine fibroid and it is caused to excessive menstrual bleeding with or without inter menstrual bleeding.  Ayurveda texts have described Mamsajagranthi which can be correlated with benign neoplasm which comes under Raktagulma. Here 48 years old female multigravida patient, was diagnosed with uterine fibroid on the basis of clinical features and USG findings. Patient treated with Samshodhana Karma, Uttara Basti and Oral Ayuved medicines. Patient was treated with Virechana Karma with TrivrutAvaleha with Thripala Kwatha, Lekhana Basti with Lekhaneya Maha Kashaya for 10 days,Varunadi decoction 50ml for 8 weeks morning and evening after meal and Uttara Basti with Palash KsharaTaila(5ml) for 6 days in two consecutive cycles. The result of this study was found after 3 months lower-abdominal pain, body weight and size of the fibroid got reduced along with regular menstrual bleeding. It can be concluded that uterine fibroid can be managed with Ayurvedic modalities and the complication be prevented.

Published
2018-06-27
How to Cite
Perera, M. S., & Dei, L. P. (2018, June 27). Management of Uterine Fibroid along with Metrorrhagia through Virechen, Lekhan Basti and Uttar Basti - A Case Study. International Journal of AYUSH Case Reports, 2(2), 25-30. Retrieved from http://ijacare.in/index.php/ijacare/article/view/38
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Case Reports