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Year - 2024Volume - 2Issue - 1Pages - 32-42

Ayurvedic Management of Aamvata w.s.r to Seronegative Rheumatoid Arthritis : a case study

 21 Feb 2024  211

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Pakhare D1,Duddalwar D2,Jamdhade D3,Jamdhade D4,
1 PG Scholar (Kayachikitsa), DMM AM, Yavatmal
2 Associate Professor , Kayachikitsa Department , DMM AM, Yavatmal
3 Professor and HOD , Kayachikitsa Department, DMM AM, Yavatmal
4 Assistant Professor , DMM AM, Yavatmal

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Mahesh nagar, Gokuldusa , Anjangaon surji .Dist Amravati.
Contact No. : 9011998402, Email : sameekshapakhare@gmail.com

Date of Acceptance : 28 Feb 2024

Date of Publication : 27 Mar 2024

Article ID : SD-IJAY_059

How to cite this article : http://doi.org/10.55552/SDNJAY.2024.2105

Abstract

The word Aamvata is a combination of two words Aam and vata.Also In Aamvata Aam & Vata  are the chief pathogenic factors. The aam is carried by the aggrevated vata and gets deposited in the Shlesmsthan (Asthi , Sandhi and Aamashaya) causing Aamvata¹. The clinical features Aamvata very closely resembles with the Rheumatoid Arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic, progressive autoimmune arthropathy and characterized by bilateral symmetrical involment of joints².  Aamvata is a disease of Madhyam marg ³. Current case study is carried out at L.K Ayurved Hospital, Yavatmal to evaluate the efficacy of Ayurvedic treatment .A 47 yrs. female came to O.P.D of Kayachikitsa  with chief complaints of Sandhiruja at both  Hastanguliparvasandhi, Manibandhsandhi, Karpursandhi, Padanguliparvasandhi, Gulfsandhi, Janu sandhi   (pain in both Interphalengeal joints of hand, wrist joint, elbow joint, Interphalengeal joints of feet, ankle joint and Knee joint ), Sandhishotha  at  both Hastanguliparvasandhi, Manibandhsandhi,  Karpursandhi, Padanguliparvasandhi, Gulfsandhi, Janu sandhi   (pain in both Interphalengeal joints of hand, wrist joint, elbow joint, Interphalengeal joints of feet , ankle joint and  Knee joint.), Angamard(bodyache),  Agni Daurbalya (loss of digestive fire), Aalasya (lethargy), Aapaka(Indigetion), Bahumutrata (frequent micturition). so she had taken Ayurvedic treatment for 25 days which include  shodhana, shamana Chikitsa. Clinical symptom were significantly reduced. The response to this treatment was recorded and therapeutic effect were evaluated through symptomatic relief.

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