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Abstract

PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY OF SHUKRA DHATU W.S.R. TO PRAMEHA (DIABETES MELLITUS) – A NON INTERVENTIONAL RETROSPECTIVE CLINICAL STUDY

Dr. Shewale Yogesh Kashinath*, Dr. Pawar K. B., Dr. Dhimdhime R. S., Dr. Prashant Baghel

ABSTRACT

Prameha is one of the leading and progressive diseases found in India. It is a very complex disease in which there are many dushyas were shukra dhatu is one of them. Shukra i.e. pumbeeja is having an important role in sahaja prameha. Prameha is a kulaja vikara and occurs as result of Beeja dosha. Shukra Dhatu is responsible for reproduction and its vitiation leads to sex deability and impotency in the patient of Prameha. On the basis of its symptomatology, Prameha can be correlated to the features of Diabetes mellitus. In the present era, urbanization, stress and strain due to life style modifications, change in dietary habits lead in the rapid decline in the fertility in India. On the basis of classical signs and symptoms of Prameha and Shukra Dhatu Kshaya-vrudhhi lakshanas, Semen examination; 30 diabetic and 30 non diabetic (control group) subjects were observed. The objective parameters significantly differ from control group. A significant reduction in semen parameters (semen volume, sperm count and morphology) had observed in Prameha. Maximum diabetes patients show symptoms like Sadan, Shrama, Daurbalya and Maithun Ashakti. Present study indicated that Shukra Dhatu is significantly reduced both qualitatively as well as quantitatively in Prameha.

Keywords: Dhatu, Diabetes, Prameha, Semen, Shukra, Sperm.


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