Case report of Shwetapradara in Ayurveda w.s.r. to Leucorrhoea
Keywords:Leucorrhoea, Shwetapradara, Shamana Chikitsa, Yoni Kandu, Yoni Srava, Pippalyadi varti
Ayurveda is an ancient science, which deals with the various treatments, its prevention and various principles for management of diseases are described in Ayurveda. Ayurveda has mentioned Ashtanga Ayurveda in which Balaroga under which Streeroga and Prasruti Tantra was mentioned. Shwetapradara is one of the important disorder found in gynaecological practice. It can be correlated with Leucorrhoea in modern science. Shwetapradara is a condition which is characterized by Vaginal discharge (Yoni Srava) without any pain, discomfort and burning sensation, Vaginal Itching (Yoni kandu) etc. It is mentioned as one of the symptom presents in many gynaecological disorders. Ayurveda has mentioned various treatments for the management of Shwetapradara in which Shamana Chikitsa is important line of treatment. In this case study, Shamana Chikitsa as a Pippalyadi varti used for the management of Shwetapradara w.s.r. to Leucorrhoea.
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