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Torch Infection and its Management with Ayurveda, an Indigenous Medicine

Abortion is a personal and emotional loss to young couple planning to start a family. Full term delivery is necessary for healthy progeny. Recurrent pregnancy loss is a common presentation reported in childbearing age. Multifactor are responsible for pregnancy loss. TORCH (Toxoplasmosis, Rubella, Cytomegalo virus, Herpes simplex) infection is one among them. We present here a case of a 32-year-old woman who approached outpatient department of Srishti fertility centre of Shri BMK Ayurvedic Hospital with complaint of no issues after 7 years of married life. Her history revealed she suffered from TORCH infection and had three abortions. She sought care at different fertility centres and underwent IUI twice, with no positive result. She was treated with Ayurvedic medication as mentioned in classical textbooks (1500 BC), she conceived and delivered a full term healthy baby without any complication.


Sukumar N, Namrata B*, Skandan KP, Anita D and Swarda U

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