Vaidya. Mrunmayee Atulchandra Thombare (IND)

Vaidya. Mrunmayee Atulchandra Thombare (IND)

Dr. Mrunmayee Jategaonkar has a postgraduate degree in Ayurvedic Samhita and Siddhant (study of the basic principles and texts of Ayurveda) and in Sanskrit. She completed her practical training in Ayurveda with her father Atulchandra Thombare, who is a highly respected vaidya in the field of Panchakarma Chikitsa and has been working in Ayurveda for over 35 years.

Dr. Mrunmayee Jategaonkar practices in two private clinics in Pune. She has special experience in the field of infertility, pre- and postnatal treatment and consultation. She treats patients with both Panchakarma (Shodhan) and Shamana.

» Infertility and the Ayurvedic perspective

Year: 2020

Infertility (Vandhyatva) is one of the growing problems of our time. The changes taking place around the world have an impact on people's health and well-being. Changes in the ecological, social and physical aspects of human beings mean that the infertility rate is increasing day by day, which is a very alarming situation. To overcome this situation and for a healthy future generation, it is necessary to rely on the continued, stable Ayurvedic principles that have guided our humanity for centuries.

From an Ayurvedic point of view, the causes of infertility are specific and create a different perspective on the issue. The treatment options available in Ayurveda for infertility are Shodhan (purification) and Shaman (pacification), i.e. internal and external medication combined with counselling. As Ayurveda is the science of life, it also has well-researched regimes for nutrition and routine for a normal and healthy life. Nutrition, exercise together with Tridosha balance is still a very promising solution with good results.