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Samatha Honavar*, Padmasaritha K. and Ramesh M.


A problem that may affect women at some juncture of their lives, is an abnormal uterine bleeding from the vagina which occurs outside the regular cycle of menstruation. Ayurveda has explained various menstrual abnormalities under the heading of Artava dushtis. Nevertheless, our Acharyas have introduced the concept of Asrigdara which refers to all types of irregular and abnormal uterine bleeding irrespective of the reproductive age the woman belongs to. According to the definition, the disease Asrigdara appears to be analogous to menorrhagia, metrorrhagia and both menometrorrhagia. Menorrhagia can be due to underlying clinically detectable organic, systemic and iatrogenic cause or without the presence of any pathology as in Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding. DUB can occur in girls expecting puberty or women who are about to enter menopause, as they can have an imbalance in the hormonal levels for a long time. Contemporary science offers hormonal and non hormonal medical management and surgical management includes endometrial curettage, resection or hysterectomy. But, Ayurveda, the science of life has extensively mentioned various drugs and formulations depending on the doshas involved in the pathology. Hence, a case of Vataja asrigdara treated successfully with oral medications through Ayurveda is discussed.

Keywords: Artava dushti, Asrigdara, menometrorraghia, Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding.

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