National Webinar on AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF RPL (RECURRENT PREGNANCY LOSS)
NATIONAL WEBINAR OF “AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF RPL(RECURRENT PREGNANCY LOSS)” on 07 September 2021.Objectives of the Programme:
•To identify the causative factor for recurrent pregnancy loss through Ayurveda and its management.
•To create awareness in society about RPL
Platform: Zoom Virtual Platform, D.Y.Patil hospital.
Time: 11:00 AM onwards.
Organiser: Prasutitantra –Streeroga Department, D.Y.Patil School of Ayurveda
Dr Divya Ramugade , HOD & Professor Prasutitantra And Striroga
Dr.Varsha Gaikwad,Asso.Professor, Prasutitantra And Strirog
Dr Ajita Bhise , Asst.Professor Prasutitantra And Strirog
Dr Sireesha Karanam, Asst. Professor Prasutitantra And Strirog
Dr Vishala Turlapati
HOD & Professor Prasutitantra And Striroga
Yashwant Ayurvedic College & P.G. Centre,
As we know Recurrent pregnancy loss is an important reproductive health issue. Regardless of the underlying etiology, couples require accurate information on their chances of having a baby and appropriate support should be offered to reduce the psychological burden associated with multiple miscarriages.
The purpose of this webinar is to review the literature and provide guidance on the investigation and ayurvedic management of couples with recurrent miscarriages. We can read the Importance of our Vedas, Ayurveda and many other ancient Indian Literature.
The programme started with the blessings of Lord Dhanvantari by playing Dhanvantari stavan followed by a short introduction given by Dr Varsha Gaikwad(Asso. Professor).
Dr Harit (Dean Sir) gave a speech about the significance of RPL, its importance, need for Ayurvedic Management.
Dr Divya Ramugade (HOD & Professor) gave a brief introduction about Prasutitantra And Striroga Department.
Dr Varsha Gaikwad gave a brief introduction of the Guest speaker.
Dr Vishala Turlapati Session-
1. Started her guest lecture at 11:30 AM.
2. She Explained Maternal causes of RPL
3. Pre conceptional Investigations to be done.
4. Risk factors For RPL
5. Ayurvedic Approach of RPL
6. She also presented the Data of treated patients from the year 2013 to 2019
7. She also discussed Various ayurvedic formulations which we can use in cases of RPL
8. Discussed few yonivyapads correlated to RPL Ended her session at 12:30 pm
The session was very much interactive.
Q&A started at 12:35 PM.
1. Dr Sireesha Karanam(Asst. Professor Prasutitantra And Strirog) put forward the questions asked by participants to Dr Vishala Turlapati madam which were answered by her.
Vote of thanks
A vote of thanks was given by Dr Ajita Bhise (Asst. Professor Prasutitantra And Strirog)
Webinar ended at 1:11 PM.
Many faculty members, Practitioners, paramedical staff, interns, first-year to final year students had attended this programme. More than 410 people participated in this event.