Case study on PCOS

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that typically occurs during a person's reproductive years. PCOS can lead to infrequent or prolonged periods and an excess of androgen hormones in the body. In PCOS, numerous small fluid-filled sacs, known as cysts, form on the outer edge of the ovaries. These cysts contain immature eggs called follicles, which often don't release eggs regularly. The precise cause of PCOS remains unknown. However, early diagnosis, treatment, and weight management can help reduce the risk of long-term complications like type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Treatment at VHG:

Consultation has been done with senior consultant and got advised with medicines and treatment.

The images of the USG scan shows

1. Pre-

2. Post-

Given Acupuncture and Nasya for 7 days

Then Patient underwent prescribed treatment of Gastro-hepatic pack and yoga therapy for 7 days after that Patient had her menstrual cycle. After her periods got over she was prescribed with ayurveda treatment called virechana. Virechana procedure includes snehapana, sarvangaabhyanga with swedana. Virechana is nothing but a purgation therapy, one of the internal cleansing therapies with 5 days of snehapana, 3 days of sarvanga Abhyanga and sweda, followed by virechana (purgation).

After that she was told to continue with ayurvedic medications and yoga therapy at home.

Pre and Post data:

USG Reports

Pre - Right ovary showed a cyst with internal echoes suggestive of corpus albicans. Right side hydrosalphinx with chronic inflammation of the walls. Bilateral fallopian tube with inflamed walls. Left ovary appeared normal with a follicle

Post - Right ovary appeared normal Both fallopian tubes are visualized in their entire length and are normal.


Study has shown that the there is no cysts in the ovaries after taking the treatments of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy. So here we conclude that Integrative approach of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy is definitely a wonderful way of treating PCOS and other women health issues.

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