Role of Panchakarma in female infertility - Dr. Shilpa Donga
Dr. Shilpa Donga, BAMS, MD (Ayu), PhD (Ayu), Gujarat, India - .Qualified as MD (Ayurved) & Ph.D. (Ayurved) in the subject of Prasutitantra & Streeroga (Gynec & Obs.) from Institute for Postgraduate teaching and research in Ayurveda, Jamnagar. She is presently working as a Professor, at the Department of the Prasuti tantra & Stree roga, Institute of Teaching & Research in Ayurveda (ITRA) (Institute of National Importance), Jamnagar with more than 20 years of experience in the field of Prasuti tantra & Stree roga. She has guided more than 30 PG Scholars and 5 Ph.D. Scholars. Published many research articles in peer-reviewed Journals.
Topic: Role of Panchakarma on female fertility
Abstract: All over the world, the rate of fertility and population growth rate is in a continuous decline, especially in developed countries. Fertility is affected by many factors these days, like stress, pollution, improper diet, and a sedentary lifestyle, the advancement in the age of women attempting to conceive in busy urban societies, and the increased cost of child-rearing in nuclear families is a deterrent factor for the fertility rate. The ayurvedic system of medicine offers Panchakarma procedures to increase fertility by improving the quality of the egg and the environment of the female reproductive system to encourage fertilization and implantation, as well as support the fetus in its growth.