An episiotomy is defined as a deliberate incision taken on the perineum to avoid perineal tear during labour. Nowadays the term episiotomy comes into consideration because the perineal tears can give many complications, like infection, sepsis. Healing becomes problematic even after suturing there may be infection by faecal matter. As modern science get advanced with a new antibiotic, the resistance to various antibiotics increases. As episiotomy wound can be considered as Sadyavrana, Ropan karma should be done on that Sadya Vrana. Dressing with sharapunkha Siddha tail in yonigatasadyavrana during sutikaavastha (i.e. episiotomy) is effective in wound healing.
25-year-old female patient admitted in IPD following had FTND PNC Day 3 undergoes episiotomy. Episiotomy wound was unhealthy containing pus discharge, mild slough, pain. This wound dressing had done with sharapunkha Siddha tail for 8 days daily shows signs of healthy wound i.e. absent pus discharge, no slough, reduce pain. Sharpunkha siddha tail is effective in yonigatvrana (episiotomy)
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