Management of Mutrakrucha by Ayurveda: A case study

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Harshal Janardan Shende


Urinary tract infection is one of the most common infection found globally. Mutrakrucha is disease of mutravaha srotas. Urinary tract infection is mostly seen in women than men. In Ayurveda, urinary tract infection is correlated with Mutrakrucha. In modern science, it is correlated with Dysuria. Dysuria or Mutrakrucha is a condition in which urine is expelled painfully and in small amounts every time. This is typically described to be a burning or stinging sensation. There are so many Ayurvedic remedies mentioned in classical text to treat Mutrakrucha. Ayurveda has significant remedy in the management of Mutrakrucha.  In this case, Patient was treated with shaman chikitsa. Patient showed noteworthy improvement in symptoms.


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Shende, H. J. (2019). Management of Mutrakrucha by Ayurveda: A case study. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 7(02). Retrieved from
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