Management of Parikartika w.s.r to acute fissurein-ano with Karpoora Grita - A Case Study
Fissure in ano presents with features like severe pain in anus during and after defecation, constipation, stools streaked with blood. This is challenge to treat due to its nature of recurrence. The condition demands innovative techniques for its management. Many techniques are tried in its management, each by no means better than the other. The condition can be correlated with Parikartika according to Ayurveda. Ayurvedic treatment is beneficial in such cases which includes conservative management like Deepana, Pachana, Vatanulomana and Basti Karma and local application of Madhura-Sheetha-Snighdha Dravyas, Taila Poorana, Lepa and Pichudharana. A case study of patient having features of Parikartika was selected from OPD and Karpoora Ghrita Pichu was done for 7 days. Assessment was done on Pain, per rectal bleeding, constipation, sphincter tone and burning sensation. Significant improvement was observed after treatment.
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