Retrospective study on antimiasmatic management of young unmarried females with non-pathological Leucorrhea
Author(s): P Meenakshi Nandhini and M Murugan
Abstract: Leucorrhoea, is one of the greatest burdens of disease in developing countries like India that affects the quality of life of an individual. Most commonly non-pathological leucorrhea is characterised by excessive, creamy-white vaginal discharge, associated with or without offensiveness and itching and psychosomatic symptoms such as pain over back, weakness, depression. Socio-cultural factors frequently affect the disease's normalcy. The present study conducted retrospectively with 30 cases. The cases analysed and totality erected based on miasm of the patient. This study aimed at to treat young unmarried females with non-pathological leucorrhoea based on Homoeopathic Antimiasmatic medicine. The outcomes of this study shows that this condition commonly affected 15-19 years of age group, who are in middle economic status, residing in urban area, has nuclear family. Sycotic miasm is predominantly elicited in this study. The commonly prescribed medicine in the study is Pulsatilla nigricans and most frequently used potency is 200th potency. The Paired t test was used to assess the symptomatic improvement, done by using Static Physician’s Global Assessment Score (sPGAs) with before and after score. The study shows an effective result with improvement in quality of life of patient.
P Meenakshi Nandhini, M Murugan. Retrospective study on antimiasmatic management of young unmarried females with non-pathological Leucorrhea. Int J Hom Sci 2023;7(2):353-357. DOI: 10.33545/26164485.2023.v7.i2f.852