A randomized single blind controlled clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of Nimba-jambu-vasa kwath yoniprakshalan in the management of Kaphaj yonivyapad w.s.r. To trichomonas vaginitis
Keywords:Kaphaj yonivyapad, Yonivyapad, Ayurveda, Vaginal infections, Yoniprakshalan, Vaginitis
Kaphaj yonivyapad is one of twenty Yonivyapadas (gynaecological disorders) which shows the symptoms of Picchila Yonistrava (unctuous discharge) and Yonikandu (itching sensation in vagina), yonigat alpavedana (pain in abdomen), yonigat shitata (coldness per vagina) as described by Acharya Charak. According to modern this condition can be compaired with trichomonas vaginitis i.e., type of vaginal infections. On the topic of kaphaj yonivyapad many researchers have done work by taking different drugs, this study was aimed to evaluate the efficacy of Nimba-Jambu-Adulasa Kwath (decoction) yoniprakshalan (vaginal douche). Study was done after ethical committee clearance on 90 patients of kaphaj yonivyapad in OPD of streerog-prasutitantra department of SST’s Ayurved Medical College, Sangamner. Patients were divided into two groups trial group had given Nimba-Jambu-Adulasa Kwath yoniprakshalan and control group had given Triphala Kwath yoniprakshalan for continues 7 days.
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