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J Res Educ Indian Med . 2012; 18(2): 113-120


A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE ROLE OF GOKSHURADI YOGA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KLAIBYA (ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION)

MANJUNATHA T SASANOOR, DHANARAJ NAGAR, HETAL DAVE AND BALDEV KUMAR.

Abstract
The rich heritage of Indian culture considered ‘kâma’ as one among the purushârthas,the objectives of life. The concept of ‘kâma’ reveals that the recreational aspects like enjoyment of pleasure is equally important to its procreational aspects. An apparent disparity between the subjective sense of pleasure and objective performance was always present. The present media culture additionally impacts unsatisfied inquisitiveness lead them to various misconceptions andsexual dysfunctions. The male sexual dysfunction includes all sort of disturbances of coitalperformance and sexual congress in male. Among the various phases of sexual response the most essential is the achieving of normal erection with sufficient rigidity for penetrative intercourse,the absence of which ends into failure and dissatisfaction. This condition has been elaborately described as ‘Klaibya’ in Ayurvedic classics and ‘Erectile dysfunction’ in modern texts. The disease klaibya is a multifactorial condition, mainly involving Bahu Dosavastha as a whole and Surakshya inspecific, Mano Dosa, and Shukra Vaha Sroto Dusti. Considering the grave nature of the disease though it does not reduces the life expectancy, it has been selected for the present study to find out a better cure. Materials and Methods: 30 diagnosed patients of, aged between 20 – 50 years attending OPD of N.I.A Jaipur, 30 patients of, aged between 20 – 50 years, fulfilling the clinical criteria for diagnosis of Klaibya (Erectile dysfunction) were randomly selected irrespective of their caste,and religion from the OPD & IPD of Maulik Siddhant department of National Institute of Ayurveda Jaipur. were randomly selected and assigned into two groups.In Group A Gokshuradi yoga in thedose of 5gm/twice daily with water, for 45 days.and in Group B – Patients of this group receivedplacebo capsule containing soybean powder (500 mg) in the dose of 2 capsule /twice daily withwater, for 45 days.Follow up was done for 2month. Assessment done on the basis of self scoring symptoms / subjective and objective parameters of Klaibya (Erectile Dysfunction). The study clearly showed that there is an improvement in both group with added effect in group A Patients of Klaibya (Erectile Dysfunction)

Key words: Purushârthas, ‘Klaibya, Erectile Dysfunction, Bahu Dosavasthaas.



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