Mrs. V. D., age 30 years approached Dyumna Women’s Clinic in 2014.
She had a history of ‘Preterm premature rupture of membranes’(PPROM). This is a pregnancy complication wherein the sac (amniotic membrane) surrounding the baby ruptures before 37th week of pregnancy.
Mrs. V.D. had suffered unfortunate pregnancy losses 3 times during the past three years between 12th and 19th week of her pregnancy.
She was facing difficulty to conceive as well when she approached Dyumna Women’s Clinic.
She was upset at not being able to conceive and at the same time more anxious about the circumstances after she would get pregnant.
Her test reports before starting treatment at Dyumna Women’s Clinic indicated –
- Ultrasonography – Uterus was bulky with adenomyosis.
- Toxoplasma – IgG- reactive.
- CMV – IgG- reactive
- Ovulation study – Insufficient growth of follicles and inadequate endometrial thickness.
Her treatment plan was scheduled after detailed analysis of her case history, test reports and a thorough clinical examination. Her treatment schedule comprised of herbo-mineral combinations, Rasayanas , various treatment procedures such as Yoni Dhavan, Yoni- pichu, Uttarbasti, Yog-basti. The progress was assessed timely with the help of follicular study and ultrasonography.
Patient conceived in 2016 after 18 months of treatment. Now was the most crucial part to take care considering her history of having three miscarriages because of PPROM.
She was efficiently counselled and taken care of by our team through our Ante natal care wherein she was consistently put on our Rasayanas therapy. Our team was also extra cautious regarding her diet plan and other factors of life style management. To her immense pleasure and our great satisfaction, she completed a full term pregnancy and delivered an absolutely healthy baby. Her pregnancy was absolutely free of any kind of complication.
Mrs. S.R., age 28 years came to Dyumna Women’s Clinic in July 2017.
She had a recent history of ectopic pregnancy. Her right fallopian tube had been surgically removed as a consequence of her ectopic pregnancy.
Her Hysterosalpingography (HSG) report before starting the treatment at Dyumna Women’s Clinic revealed blockage in her left fallopian tube which was the only one she was left with.
So basically any of her fallopian tube was not functioning at that time.
Her detailed case history was taken from the perspective of Ayurved and thorough analysis of her test reports was done. The treatment plan that followed comprised of herbomineral preparations, Rasayanas and specialised procedures like Uttarbasti, Virechan, Basti. This schedule was planned for a period of three months.
Hysterosalpingography (HSG) was repeated after completion of her treatment schedule of three months. Report revealed complete resolution of the blockage in her left fallopian tube indicating an absolutely healthy and patent fallopian tube which was her only ray of hope for getting pregnant.
Miss. P. M. Age – 25 years.
Patient initially visited Dyumna Women’s Clinic in June 2017.
She had irregular periods since 6 months. Her menstrual cycle was of 60 days with 3 days of scanty bleeding.
She also complained of clots and dysmenorrhoea during her periods. She was advised for a baseline ultrasonography study. The study revealed polycystic changes in her ovaries. The ovarian volume was 13 cc and 10 cc respectively for the right and left ovaries.
As per our protocol, her detailed case history was taken. Clinical examination was performed. She was guided by our team for the necessary changes to be made in her lifestyle.
Her therapy comprised of Rasayanas and other herbomineral preparations. Her busy work schedule did not allow any treatment procedures to fit in.
Patient achieved relief from dysmenorrhoea within first 3 months of treatment.
Gradual correction was observed in the pattern of her menstrual cycle. A regular menstrual cycle of 30 days with moderate bleeding for 4 days and no clots was established in a span of 6 months from initiation of treatment.
Treatment schedule was still continued with a goal to achieve a correct ovarian volume. Ultrasonography was repeated every 3 months after her menstrual cycle to assess the progress.
Significant reduction was observed in her ovarian volume gradually in a period of 20 months of treatment. The ovarian volume had reduced from 13 cc to 7 cc and from 10 cc to 5-6 cc in her right and left ovaries respectively.
Mrs. S.A., age 43 years, initially visited Dyumna Women’s Clinic in August 2018.
She had irregular menses since 6 months with prolonged heavy bleeding and clots during her periods. She was also very much concerned because of her mood swings and mental irritation that aggravated about 8-10 days before her menstrual cycle.
Her baseline ultrasonography done during secretory phase revealed endometrial hyperplasia with endometrial thickness of 24.3 mm.
Her treatment schedule comprised of Rasayanas and other herbomineral preparations. Matra Basti is a simple procedure which can be easily self-administered at home through our hygienic packages. This was scheduled on alternate days.
Ultrasonography was repeated after a month to assess the change as per our protocol in our patients with endometrial hyperplasia. Endometrial thickness in secretary phase was observed to be 14.2 mm. So it had reduced by about 10 mm as compared to previous month. Further ultrasonography was repeated after two months. Satisfactory improvement was observed with a level of 7.4 mm of endometrial thickness in the secretary phase.
Her menstrual cycle had now become regular with a moderate flow and without any clots. She was not experiencing any kind of dysmenorrhoea now.
To her relief as well as the relief of her family members her mood swings and mental irritation had also subsided and she had developed a much positive mind set within five months.
Mrs. G. S. K., age 42 years, approached Dyumna Women’s Clinic in May 2017.
Her ultrasonography revealed bulky uterus with multiple fibroids. Endometrial thickness was 16 mm in secretary phase suggestive of endometrial hyperplasia.
She also complained of severe vaginal itching and profuse vaginal discharge.
She had dyspareunia as well.
She had been advised to undergo hysterectomy by her doctor. Patient came to Dyumna women’s clinic to check the possibility of conservative treatment.
Her treatment schedule was planned after analysing her case history and test reports in detail. Her treatment plan comprised of Rasayanas and other herbomineral preparations as well as specialised treatment procedures such as Uttarbasti, Yoni-Dhavan, Yoni Pichu and Virechan.
Gradual and complete relief was observed in her symptoms of vaginal itching, vaginal discharge as well as dyspareunia within a span of 5 months.
Ultrasonography tests were repeated periodically to assess the progress. Endometrial thickness of 8 mm in the secretary phase was achieved after 10 months of treatment.
Her menstrual flow had also changed from heavy to moderate with complete relief from dysmenorrhoea.,