A review study on Uttarabasti of Kumari Taila in the management of Vandhyatva w.s.r. Fallopian Tubal blockage
Keywords:Hysterosalpingography (HSG), Intrauterine Uttarabasti, Kumari Taila, Tubal blockage
Â Â Â Â Â Â Tubal blockage is one of the most essential causative factors for female infertility. It is the need of the era that a secure, more expenditure effectual and absolute therapy of this sensitive problem should be developed. This review study is an attempt to evaluate the efficacy of Kumari Taila Uttarabasti in tubal blockage. Patients of child bearing age with active marital life of 1 year or more having complaint of failure to conceive with at least one fallopian tube blocked diagnosed by Hysterosalpingography (HSG) were selected. The data of Total four studies of different scholars has been taken for review is being presented here. Out of total 67 registered patients, 61 patients completed the course of treatment, with 53.73% unilateral and 46.27% bilateral tubal blockage. Kumari Taila (5 ml) Intrauterine Uttarabasti was given for 6 days (with interval of three days in between), after completion of menses for two consecutive cycles. The tubal patency was found in 62.69% of patients and conception was achieved in 20.90% without any complication. Uttarabasti is an imperative and an exclusive Ayurvedic procedure stated in classics particularly for the management of Vandhyatva and other gynecological disorders. Kumari Taila Uttarabasti is a highly effective procedure for treating tubal blockage with no apparent evidence of complication.
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