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CASE REPORT

Integrated Ayurvedic and Allopathy Module of Management in Avaranajanya Madhumeha with Vibanda: Type II Diabetes with Metabolic Syndrome and Chronic Constipation

Keywords : Case report, Integrated management, Madhumeha, Metabolic syndrome, Sthula pramehi, Type II diabetes,Avarana

Citation Information : Integrated Ayurvedic and Allopathy Module of Management in Avaranajanya Madhumeha with Vibanda: Type II Diabetes with Metabolic Syndrome and Chronic Constipation. J Res Ayurvedic Sci 2017; 1 (4):296-302.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10064-0030

License: CC BY-NC 3.0

Published Online: 00-12-2017

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2017; Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.


Abstract

Rationale: This case illustrates the therapeutic potential of the Ayurvedic mode of management in a chronic type II diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patient with metabolic syndrome (MetS), where conventional treatment is unable to sustain the desired effects. It also tries to observe clinical reporting of any adverse drug interactions between Ayurveda and allopathy systems of medication. Background: A 55-year-old Indian male presented in May 2017 with complaints of poor glycemic control, despite taking oral hypoglycemic medication, hypertriglyceridemia, and chronic constipation with fullness of stomach, gas, and abdominal bloating. Patient was diabetic for the past 10 years, and constipation history is more than 20 years. He also presented with a history of hypertension for the past 2½ years and hypertriglyceridemia for the past 1 year. Intervention and outcome: After appropriate analysis of the patient based on Ayurvedic parameters, the patient was treated with a combination of medications along with his current allopathy medication. Lifestyle modification was also advised accordingly. By addressing the underlying cause of imbalance, his gastrointestinal tract (GIT) symptoms decreased, laboratory parameters of blood sugar and triglycerides showed improvement with better regulation and increased quality-of-life. No clinical adverse drug interactions were reported.


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