AN AYURVEDIC PROTOCOL FOR THE PREVENTION OF ADENOMYOSIS-A CONCEPTUAL STUDY
Dr. Krishika.M, Dr. Athira B, Dr. Kashavva V Hiremath
Dept. of Rasayana evam Vajeekarana, KAHERs Sri B.M.K Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Belagavi, Karnataka,
Female reproductive health is the most neglected area in medical science. Ayurveda has given more importance to the maintenance of the reproductive health of a female by describing three regimens that are to be followed during the most important reproductive milestones. Rajaswala paricharya to be followed entirely during the reproductive life during the menstruating period, Garbini paricharya is the term coined for ante-natal care and sootika paricharya is meant for Post-natal care. Women who fail to follow these regimens can be prey for a number of Gynaecological disorders. Adenomyosis is one such disease that is the most neglected disease to be diagnosed in its initial stage, which may be caused by the stanika vata vruddi; violation of menstrual regimen can be a cause for the same. So, the proper adoption of Rajaswala paricharya during the menstruating period remains the major preventive factor for most of Gynaecological disorders like Adenomyosis.
Keywords: Rajaswala paricharya, Adenomyosis, Prevention, Vata Vruddi
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)
Published on : 2022-09-03