Ayurveda treatment protocol in the management of Multifactorial Female Infertility- A Rare Case Study

  • Anjali Verma Assistant Professor, Dept. of Stree Roga Avum Prasuti Tantra (PTSR), Uttrakhand Ayurved University, Main Campus, Dehradun
  • Kamini Dhiman Associate Professor, Dept. of Stree Rga Avum Prasuti Tantra (PTSR), All India Institute of Ayurveda, New Delhi
  • Sarvesh Kumar Assistant Professor, Dept.of Shalakya Tantra, Shivalik Institute of Ayurveda and Research, Dehradun
Keywords: Ayurveda, Anovulation, Infertility, TORCH infection, Uttarbasti Virechan.


A infertile female patient having recurrent abortions visited in OPD of PTSR.  Patient had history of ectopic gestation that results in excision of one fallopian tube and anovulation was detected in the ovary sided of remaining patent fallopian tube. Gynecologist advised IVF but low IVF success rate due to TORCH infection. The aim was to correct menstrual cycle, Luteal phase defect, anovulation and TORCH suppression. A female with primary infertility with recurrent abortions and TORCH positive was treated with Virechana and Uttarbasti. The duration of therapy was 4 month in which first month carried by virechanathen next step for Uttarbasti for 2 consecutive menstrual cycle along with Uttarbasti oral drugs also continue and in last month only oral drug was administered. Significant improvement was found in menstrual cycle just after Virechana and ovulation occurs from left ovary very first time after course of Uttarbasti. Patient got conception in first month of follow up and completed her 4 months of pregnancy that prove effect of Ayurveda treatment protocol for management of multifactorial infertility.

How to Cite
Verma, A., Dhiman, K., & Kumar, S. (2018, September 29). Ayurveda treatment protocol in the management of Multifactorial Female Infertility- A Rare Case Study. International Journal of AYUSH Case Reports, 2(3), 1-8. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.52482/ijacare.v2i3.33
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