BOH (Bad Obstetric History) – An Ayurvedic Perspective

Authors

  • Deepika Bhadre Assistant Professor, Dept. of Prasuti Tantra Evum Stree Roga, Dhanwantari Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Udgir, Maharashtra, India.
  • Mangesh Mundhe Professor & HOD, Dept. of Prasuti Tantra Evum Stree Roga, Dhanwantari Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Udgir, Maharashtra, India.
  • Namdev Bansode Associate Professor, Dept. of Roganidan & Vitruti vidnyan, Dhanwantari Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Udgir, Maharashtra, India.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47070/ayushdhara.v8i3.757

Keywords:

BOH, Putraghni Yonivyapad, Ayurveda, Ayurvedic management.

Abstract

Pregnancy is a crucial event in life that requires considerable physiological & psychological adjustment by the mother; by accepting which she starts an incredible journey of life. Rather the pregnancy loss is a frustrating & challenging problem for the couple as well as for obstetrician. It is associated with guilt, embarrassment and depressive states especially in cases where patient conceives with added concerns of primary or secondary infertility due to various causes. Such patient presents with bad obstetric history, this needs detailed consultation & proper line of treatment.

In Ayurveda Putraghni Yonivyapad is described where repeated abortions or the early neonatal deaths are explained which are due to Artava Dosha, Rakta Dosha, Raktastrava and Raktakshaya. When we came across with descriptions given by different Acharyas we come to know that these all points came under the Bad Obstetric History described in modern science. As we all know that Ayurveda is a Science of life the management of Sadhya Vyadhi is explained in it, by following line of treatment through Ayurveda we can minimize the adverse outcome in BOH.

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Published

2021-07-29

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Deepika Bhadre, Mangesh Mundhe, Namdev Bansode. BOH (Bad Obstetric History) – An Ayurvedic Perspective. ayush [Internet]. 2021Jul.29 [cited 2021Oct.26];8(3):3354-8. Available from: https://ayushdhara.in/index.php/ayushdhara/article/view/757

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