Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Women Health: Overcome Infertility (Menstrual Modification for Optimal Conception) Treatment of Kidney Yin Deficiency in The Yin Phase of Menstrual Cycle In Traditional Chinese Medicine Perspective

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Infertility is defined as inability of a couple to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse or can not carry the pregnancy to full term. It effects over 5 millions couple alone in the U. S. and many times more in the world, because of unawareness of treatments, only 10% seeks help from professional specialist. In fact, More than 40% of infertility of a couple is caused by male inability to fertilize.

                    The Yin Phase

The normal yin phrase is about 10 - 14 days, if your yin phrase is longer than 14 days, according to traditional Chinese medicine,

Kidney yin deficiency is defined as a condition of the yang is not rising. Since kidney is one of organ governed the reproductive system and regulates the production of certain hormones during the process of menstrual cycle, deficiency of kidney yin distorts each step of the reductive function in phrase I, leading to prolonged yin phase.

The  Symptoms
1. Vagina dryness caused by the inability of kidney in fluid distribution
2. Scanty cervical mucus caused by the inability of liver in stimulating cervical gland in cervical mucus production due to deficiency of yin.
3. Sensation of heat due to body dryness
4. Dizziness caused by affecting of the brain due to the inability of kidney in performing its function as the brain, the spinal cord, the bone matrix and marrow regulator.
5. Heat flushes due to lack of estrogen.

The Causes
1. Typical American diet
Women who love to diet with high level of saturated fat and trans fat as well as drinking cold drink comes directly from the refrigerator are most likely to suffer kidney yin deficiency caused by excessive yang produced in the stomach's function in food absorption.

2. Spleen qi deficiency
Since spleen in charge of transformation qi and fluid in the body and to the other organ, damage of the spleen or stomach inability to provide enough yin for the productive organ to perform its normal menstrual cycle, cause prolonged yin phase.

3. Rigid exercise
Rigid exercise depletes the yang from the body and diverts blood and yin qi away from the reproductive system.

4. Sex
Since traditional Chinese medicine defines women as yin in nature, excessive sexual activity depletes not only the kidney essence, but also Jing from the kidney, leading to kidney yin deficiency.

5. Lung qi
Since lung is important to moves the qi downward to support the blood movement to the reproductive organ, deficiency of lung qi reduces the kidney function in moving qi upward, leading to kidney deficiency.

The Treatments
1. Herbs
a) Chinese angelica roots (Dong qui)
It is one of most effective blood tonic herb. Whenever there are qi deficiency, it also causes blood deficiency.
b) Rehmannia glutinosa (Shu di huang)
It is one of the good herb for tonifying blood, nourishing yin and blood and enriching kidney essence.
c) Ligustrum lucidum (Nu zhen zi)
Nu zhen zi is good for liver and kidney tonification and clearing heat due to yin deficiency.
d) Morus Albus (Sang shen)
The herbs is most used in nourishing yin, tonifying blood and promoting the generation of body fluids

2. Acupuncture
Suggested acupuncture points:
BL15 (Xinshu), BL18 (Ganshu) BL23 (Shenshu) HT7 (Shemeen), KD3(Tai Xi) and LI3 (Taichong) and SP6 (Sanyinjiao).

3. Foods
a) Chlorella
b) eggs
c) Royal jelly
d) Grain
e) Vegetable and fruits

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