Endometrial is inner lining of uterus. Hyperplasia is excessive growth of cells. Endometrial Hyperplasia is excessive cell growth or thickness of inner lining of uterus. Endometrial hyperplasia is excessive or abnormal thickening of the lining of the uterus, which is most probable cause of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding (DUB). In most of the cases, it is benign in nature. The treatment of endometrial hyperplasia of uterus is mainly done by hormonal treatment (especially by progesterone) and by surgical treatment such as hysterectomy, which are having their own side effects. Ayurveda is a health care system sensitive to women’s special health needs. Women are far more sensitive to the rhythms and cycles of nature, Ayurveda is founded on the principle of keeping the body toned in time with nature, and naturally, women find Ayurveda very suitable. In Ayurveda, Endometrial hyperplasia of uterus can be correlated with Lohitakshara Yonivyapada. The present case revealed the Raktastambhaka, Shothhara evum Tridoshahara properties of some Ayurvedicmedicines viz. Pushyanuga Churna, Ashokarishta and Dashamoola Kashaya in a known case of DUB due to endometrial hyperplasia with Bulky Uterus. After 3 months of treatment sonography report showed no hyperplasia of uterus.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
To evaluate the efficacy of Shamana Aushadhi in the management of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding (DUB) due to Endometrial Hyperplasia
MATERIALS AND METHODS
It is a case study of the subject of 35 yrs age with Dysfunctional Uterine
Bleeding (DUB) due to Endometrial Hyperplasia who has been treated with Shamana Chikitsa.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
The subject is on follow up and without any medicine on normal cyclic rhythm till date with overall feeling of wellbeing. There is improvement and no evidence recurrence of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding and Endometrial Hyperplasia.
The selected treatment protocol i.e. Shamana Aushadha is very effective in the management of Endometrial Hyperplasia
Ayurveda, Lohitakshara Yonivyapada, Endometrial Hyperplasia, Raktastambhaka Drugs
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