A study on relation between Pitta Pradhan Prakriti females and ovulation with the help of basal body temperature method
Prakriti indicates the predominance of natural Doshas which may interfere with the normal human physiology. The day of Ovulation may have some relation with Prakriti of females. In this competitive era females are facing many problems related to their menstruation such as painful menses, irregular menses, etc. in their adolescent age without any specific pathology in their reproductive system, which may cause problems related to infertility. Thus the present study enlightens the relation between Pitta Pradhan Prakriti females and Ovulation with the help of Basal Body Temperature method (BBT method). Methodology: To record the day of Ovulation in 30 Pitta Pradhan Prakriti females, basal body temperature method was selected. For confirmation, USG of ten females was done. Applications of proposed thought: In Pitta Pradhan Prakriti females by BBT method, we can observe that, whether the Ovulation is early or late as compared to normal 14th day of Ovulation and what are the effects of Pittadhikya on menstrual symptoms. Knowing the day of Ovulation will be helpful for identifying safe period and danger period. Conclusion: Pitta Pradhan Prakriti was found in 30 females. Vinishaya of Prakriti was done by percentage method and also by gradation method; grades were given on the basis of six Gunas. Day of Ovulation by B.B.T. method in Pitta Pradhan females was found to be the 14th and 15th day of menstrual cycle. Temperature rise on the day of Ovulation was found in the range 0.5°F - 0.7°F. By USG method, 90% results were matching related to day of Ovulation by BBT method.
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