ROLE OF TRIPHALA KWATH YONIDHAWAN WITH MADHU TANKAN PRATISARAN ON GARBHASHAYA GRIVAGATA VRANA (CERVICAL EROSION): A CASE STUDY
Amol P. Vagare* and Chhaya S. Kulkarni
Certain disease may not be life threatening but may cause trouble to an individual in day to day routine activity. Garbhashaya Grivagata Vrana (cervical erosion) is a common condition seen in almost women and in the all age groups. It is replacement of the stratified squamous epithelium of portio-vaginalis by the columnar epithelium of endocervix. The features of cervical erosion, correlated with Garbhashaya Grivagata Vrana. The principle treatment in modern medicine is cryosurgery, thermal cauterization and laser vaporization. But because of various side effect like excessive mucoid discharge, sometimes cervical stenosis, bleeding infection and recurrence of disease may occurs. Which may also destroy the healthy tissue. Pichu, Pottli, Dhawan, Avachurnan, Pratisarana etc. Karmas are commonly used in various gynaecological disorders(Yonirogas), also in special condition shastra, Kshara, Agnikarma are given as a choice of treatment.
Keywords: Garbhashaya Grivagata Vrana, Cervical erosion, Dhawan, Prastisaran, Pichu, Karmas, Kshara.
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