Advantages of Ayurveda Kshara sutra therapy over conventional surgery in Ano-rectal patients

  ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS OF KSHAR SUTRA THERAPY OVER CONVENTIONAL SURGERY IN ANORECTAL PATIENTS Dr. Monica Sreshtha, MS (Ay) Consultant Surgeon and Ayurveda Proctologist CEO, Shri Dhanwantari Clinic, Ghaziabad     It is a simple, safe and sure treatment for fistula –in-ano (95-98% success rate)  Ksharsutra is – chemical fistulectomy rather than surgical fistulectomy.  It is a simple minimum invasive surgical technique. Recurrence is negligible (3-5%). Performed in Minor O.T. conditions. Only 30- 45 minutes is required for the procedure Hospital stay is usually minimum (5-6 hrs). Minimal bed rest is required after the procedure. No damage to anal sphincter […]

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Fistula-in-ano and Ayurveda Kshar-sutra therapy

Ayurveda Kshar-sutra therapy in Fistula-in-ano The history of medical literature available today very clearly speaks that the disease Fistula-in-Ano (Bhagandara) affects more reputations of surgeons who deals with it. There is a saying in medical world “the best way to take revenge of a surgeon is to refer him a patient of Fistula-in-Ano”. Thus, it is a well known fact that in spite of the tremendous developments of modern medical science especially of surgery, the disease Fistula-in-Ano still remains a challenging problem to the medical world. The ano-rectal disorders and their management has established a separate surgico-dynamic  speciality among the various surgical […]

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Precautions to be taken during and after Kshara sutra treatment

PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN DURING AND AFTER KSHARA SUTRA TREATMENT क्षार सूत्र चिकित्सा के समय व बाद में क्या क्या सावधानियाँ बरतें !!! हिंदी में पढने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करें. Avoid straining during defecation: It has been observed that people suffering from anorectal diseases (Piles, Fissure in ano, Fistula in ano etc.) generally do excessive straining during the act of defecation. According to Ayurveda, the root cause of these diseases is ‘mandaagni’ (sluggish digestive fire) which ultimately leads to ‘kosthabaddhta’ (constipation). An individual with constipated bowels try to strain while passing stools to expel the faeces but ultimately it […]

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Diet for Constipation, Piles/Hemorrhoids, Anal fissure and Fistula in ano (ano-rectal) patients as per Ayurveda

Diet for Constipation, Piles/Hemorrhoids, Anal fissure and Fistula in ano (ano-rectal) patients as per Ayurveda Breakfast: Dalia (sweet or salty depending on individual’s choice), Milk without fat, Tea, Toast, Chapati, Mix veg., Brown bread, Sprouts, Fruits like apple etc. Lunch: Chapatis, Cooked mixed vegetables, Daal (cooked pulses), Boiled rice, Takra (Buttermilk), Salad prepared from onion, tomato, radish, turnip, carrots, papaya etc. Evening Tea/snacks: Tea or coffee, Toasts, Dry fruits, Biscuits, roasted popcorns or any other light food item can be taken. Dinner: Chapatais, cooked vegetables, Daal (cooked pulse), salad Note: Please don’t take dahi (curd) or buttermilk in dinner. At […]

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Kshara sutra therapy: Frequently asked questions

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT KSHARA SUTRA THERAPY IN ENGLISH Author: Dr. Naveen Chauhan, BAMS, CCYP, ROTP, CRAV (KSHARA SUTRA) SURGEON CUM AYURVEDA PHYSICIAN SPECIALIST IN FISTULA in ANO, PILES, FISSURE, PILONIDAL SINUS, ANO-RECTAL ABSCESSES AROUND 10 YEARS OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN AYURVEDA SURGICAL PROCEDURES इस लेख को हिंदी में पढने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करें  Q. 1: What is Kshara sutra therapy? Ans.: Kshara sutra therapy is a modified and standardized version of an Ancient treatment procedure, originally described by Ancient Indian Ayurveda Sages like Sushruta, Vagbhatta etc. for the treatment of Naadivrana (Sinus) & Bhangadara (Fistula in ano). Kshara sutra […]

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