International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Ayurveda | India | Volume 12 Issue 11, November 2023


A Study of Endometrial Vascularity Following Implantation through Observation

Dr. Shruti Sharma [2]


Abstract: Background: According to Ayurveda, Ambu is one of the four crucial components of the embryo's growth and development known as Garbhasambhav Samugri. The term "Ambu" refers to the nutrients that the mother provides to the developing embryo in order for it to build and grow. Modern science claims that the endometrium provides the embryo with nourishment during implantation. Some women are unable to become pregnant despite having normal endometrial thickness, endometrial pattern, and endometrial morphology. Endometrial vascularity plays a critical function in the implantation of fertilized eggs during the peri - implantation phase of the menstrual cycle as well as the continued growth of the fetus. Objectives: This study's goals are to assess the implantation rates in women with endometrial vascularity in the V1, V2, V3, and V4 zones. Methods & Materials: On the day that a menstrual follicle ruptured, a transvaginal colour doppler ultrasonography was performed on 160 women who were willing to become pregnant. The results of this examination were collected anonymously. Additionally, information about her status as an implanted or unimplanted woman was obtained from the gynecologist. Her pregnancy status up to 20 weeks was the subject of data collection. Results about endometrial vascularity were deduced from this data collection. Results: The implantation rates in instances with vascularity up to the V1 zone, up to the V2 zone, up to the V3 zone, and up to the V4 zone, respectively, were 0%, 8.33%, 25%, and 30.5%. Conclusion: In situations with stronger vascularity in the V3 and V4 zones than in the V1 and V2 zones, implants are more likely to be placed. For a fertilized egg to implant and for the embryo to continue growing, endometrial vascularity is crucial.


Keywords: Endometrium, Endometrial vascularity, Implantation, Miscarriage


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 11, November 2023,


Pages: 1300 - 1303


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