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Year - 2024Volume - 2Issue - 1Pages - 133-139

The successful management of Mutrashmari w.s.r. renal calculi using proprietary ayurvedic medicine- A case study.

 04 Mar 2024  117

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Gawali D1,Jamdhade D2,Duddalwar D3,Jamdhade D4,
1 PG Scholar(Kaychikitsa), Yavatmal
2 HOD & Professor Department of Kaychikitsa , Yavatmal
3 Associate Professor Kaychikitsa Department , Yavatmal
4 Assistant Professor Department of Dravyagunvidnyan, Yavatmal

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Date of Acceptance : 06 Mar 2024

Date of Publication : 27 Mar 2024

Article ID : SD-IJAY_070

How to cite this article : http://doi.org/10.55552/SDNJAY.2024.2117

Abstract

Mutashmari is a common problem in primary care practice. In India, more than 1 million cases are reported every year, and another report puts the infection rate at 12% of the population. Symptoms of Mutrashmari can be compared to urolithiasis. Although many treatments are accepted in medicine, they are expensive and it is impossible to avoid the development of stone recurrence. Therefore, to treat Mutashmari, it is necessary to find cost-effective and easily available drugs. This is an isolated case. In this case, a 40-year-old patient presented to Kayachikitsa OPD with complaints of abdominal pain (pain radiating from the lower back to the groin) and burning sensation accompanied by bloating. She did not want to undergo kidney stone surgery, so she came for Ayurvedic treatment. Ultrasound report shows kidney stones. The patient was treated with Ayurvedic preparations consisting of chruna, tablets and Kashay. Treatment shows successful results. The stone passed in the urine within 15 days and was 8 mm x 6 mm in size. Depending on the size, the patient will experience more or less relief from abdominal pain and no burning pain as it grows.

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