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Ayurvedic panchakarma,vamana, bastikarma,significantly effective, Polycystic ovaries , oligo-ovulation, hormonal homeostasis.

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Mulla, S., & Jagtap, S. (2023). EFFICACY OF PANCHAKARMA IN POLYCYSTIC OVARIES. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 11(5). Retrieved from https://www.ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/1166


Polycystic ovaries & Anovulation are the leading causes for infertility in the society. Ayurvedic panchakarma treatment offers safe, genuine, effective, fast treatment option  for the diseased. This is a single blind randomized clinical  study on  female patients suffering with endocrine disturbances like polycystic ovaries., Anovulation – oligovulation etc.  The study was  carried out on  thirty  patients taking  regular ayurvedic medicinal  treatment for the ovulation problems. Patients  from age group 10  to 50  years of age  were  studied. Patients were treated with  ayurvedic bodypurification treatment i.e. Panchakarma. First purification treatment for kaphadosha e.g.vaman done,followed by bastikarma for vata balance after one month.  Patients were followed with  monthly followup for 3 months. The response to treatment was observed in terms of improved maturation of ovarian follicle with establishment of regularity of menstrual cycle.The results of internal medications were aggrevated  with vaman & basti treatment. So panchakarma procedures vaman & bastikarma  are effective in endocrinal pathologies  like  polycystic ovaries, anovulation – oligovulation. Faster results seen might be  due to influence on  hormonal levels.

KEYWARDS : Ayurvedic panchakarma,vamana, bastikarma,significantly effective,  Polycystic ovaries , oligo-ovulation,   hormonal homeostasis.

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