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CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF ANATOMICAL CHANGES IN SHUKRAVAHA STROTAS IN VANDHYATVA W.S.R TO MALE INFERTILITY
International Ayurvedic Medical Journal
Infertility is typically defined as the inability to conceive after at least one year of regular, unprotected sex. This affects 15–20% of couples. A male factor is estimated to be present in about 50% of cases. Male infertility is associated with significant psychosocial and marital stress. In Sharir Sthana 'Mahatigarbhavktanti 'Adhyay Charaka mentioned about male infertility (Vandhyatva) and female infertility (Vandhyaatva). Vrushana and Shepha are Moola of Shukravaha Strotas. Testis anddoi:10.46607/iamj1909042021 fatcat:2ihukl4ogbbmfm6wsr7cmmvrli