Ayurveda Management of Female Infertility associated with PCOS -A Case Report

  • Seeta M. M. Biradar M.D.(Ayu.), Ph.D.(Scholar) Professor & HOD, Department of Roganidana evum Vikruti vijanan BLDEA’S AVS Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya,Vijayapur, Karnataka, India
  • Amit R. Namapalliwar Reader & HOD, Department of Roganidana evum Vikruti vijanan, Government Ayurved College & Hospital, Bilaspur, Chhattiasgarh, India.
Keywords: Ayurveda, PCOS, Primary Infertility


Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS is a hormonal condition which affects the females from Menarche to Menopause. Stree being the root cause of progeny utmost case should be done; PCOS is one of the conditions affecting this unique condition and as the name suggests PCOS, collection of ovarian dysfunction. A female patient aged 35yrs, married since 10 years known case of Hypothyroidism since 6years and was on regular treatment with Tab. Thyroxine 50mg, came to OPD with complaints of Primary infertility and Irregular periods was treated with the protocol Maharasnaadi qwatha, Pushpadhanwarasa and Hingu with lukewarm water  from 4th day of period for 10 days and advised for Follicle study on 10th day which revealed the presence of follicles measuring 6-8mm and was advised to follow the pathya, follow up was done after 2 months by repeating follicular study which revealed and successful ovulation was seen, which brought the happiness on the patient face. The objective of the present treatment included the Ayurvedic management of PCOS ensuring regular ovulation and thereby making to develop healthy pregnancy and for successful childbirth. Patient conceived after continuous treatment of 4 months and delivered healthy baby boy. This case report boosts the Ayurveda practitioners to practice such complicated cases with confidence.

How to Cite
M. Biradar, S. M., & Namapalliwar, A. R. (2023, March 20). Ayurveda Management of Female Infertility associated with PCOS -A Case Report. International Journal of AYUSH Case Reports, 7(1), 91-96. Retrieved from https://ijacare.in/index.php/ijacare/article/view/413
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