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Amenorrhea (Lack of Period)

Kidney Qi deficiency

Clinical Manifestations

  • Congenital Kidney Qi deficiency (Primary amenorrhea)
  • No period as of the 15th birthday
  • Emaciation, Lower back pain, fatigue,
  • slow development
  • P: Weak
  • T: Pale

Treatment principle

  • Tonify Kidney

Qi and Blood deficiency

Clinical Manifestations

  • Usually found after an illness or post partum
  • No pain, no period
  • Palpitations
  • Fatigue, weakness
  • P: Weak

Treatment principle

  • Tonify Qi and Blood

Formula

  • Ba Zhen Tang

Qi and Blood stagnation

Clinical Manifestations

  • Amenorrhea following traumatic injury or stress.
  • Frequent distention and pain
  • Fatigue, depression, anger
  • T: Varies
  • P: Deep and wiry

Damp and Phlegm accumulation

Clinical Manifestations

  • Menopausal symptoms
  • Delayed cycle, quantity of flow is light.
  • Amenorrhea, weight gain, water retention
  • T: Pale with white greasy coat
  • P: Soft and slippery

 


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