Management of Vandhya with KaphajaYonivyapatbyYonidhavan(Vaginal dousching) and oral Adjuvant Ayurveda medicines-A Case Report

  • Mayura Devadiga Assistant Professor, Prasuti Tantra and Strirog department, Dr. G.D.Pol Foundation’s YMT Ayurved Medical College and Hospital, Sec.04, Kharghar, Navimumbai, Maharashtra
  • Shubhangi Bodole Associate Professor, Shalya Tantra Department , Dr. G.D.Pol Foundation’s YMT Ayurved Medical College and Hospital, Sec.04, Kharghar, Navimumbai, Maharashtra
Keywords: Ayurveda, Infertility, Kaphajayonivyapat,Vaginitis, Vandhyata, Yonidhavan

Abstract

Vandhyata(Infertility) is a stressful condition that forces the couple to wander, seeking for successful medical management. The causes behind the condition are many and hence it is crucial to identify the actual underlying reason and its management to achieve conception. In the present case a 28yearswoman with 2.5years of married life, came with complaints of primary infertility. She was suffering from recurrent whitish to yellowish (sometimes) vaginal discharge associated with itchingand getting relief after taking the treatment. Male factor evaluation revealed normalcy. We started with Ayurvedic medicines along with triphalakwatha(decoction of Triphala)yonidhavan(vaginal dousching) for 8 days followed by oral Ayurvedic medicines to support conception. Following this course, the patient conceived in the same cycle. Initial USG revealed Single Intra-UterineGestationof 5weeks and 6days but WITHOUT cardiac activity. Ayurvedic management was continued further and the USG after 10 days showed fetus of 7weeks 3 days WITH cardiac activity. Presently the patient completed 7 months of pregnancy. As per Ayurveda, the Yonivyapats(diseases of female genital tract) when not treated properly results invandhyata Thus the present case shows that after appropriate Ayurvedic treatment of the underlying kaphajayonivyapat (Kapha dominant vaginal condition), she conceived successfully.

Published
2019-04-03
How to Cite
Devadiga, M., & Bodole, S. (2019, April 3). Management of Vandhya with KaphajaYonivyapatbyYonidhavan(Vaginal dousching) and oral Adjuvant Ayurveda medicines-A Case Report. International Journal of AYUSH Case Reports, 3(1), 73-79. Retrieved from http://ijacare.in/index.php/ijacare/article/view/73
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Case Reports