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The inborn desire in every woman is to become a mother. Pregnancy therefore is the start of a marvelous journey that leads to great emotional fulfillment to woman. To have a successful motherhood continuation of pregnancy is as important as achieving healthy conception. There are many conditions which prevent a woman from being a mother. Habitual abortions are one among such conditions which can be correlated with Putraghni yonivyapada mentioned in Ayurvedic classics. Putraghni is a condition where repeated pregnancy loss occurs because of artava dosha, rakta dosha and atiraktastrava. Habitual abortion is a condition where a sequence of three or more consecutive spontaneous abortions occurs before 20 weeks of gestation. There are number of underlying causes among which TORCH infection is an important cause. Interpretation of this case of habitual abortion due to TORCH infection is done on basics of ayurvedic diagnostic parameters and management is designed according to that. So the antenatal dilatory regimens with ayurvedic medicine were planned. Phalakalyana Ghruta along with other regimen was used throughout antenatal period. The outcome of the treatment resulted in uneventful antenatal period and patient delivered a full term baby boy by elective cesarean section. No birth anomalies were detected and no any neonatal complication till age of one year. The selected treatment protocol along with Phalakalyana Ghruta was found very effective in the management of habitual abortion caused due to TORCH infection.
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