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Priapism (Persistent Erection)

Damp Heat in Liver (lasts days or even months)

Clinical Manifestations

  • Penis is dark purple, distended pain, difficult urination, scanty dark yellow urine, fear, bitter taste in mouth, thirst, constipation.
  • T: Red, with yellow coat
  • P: Wiry, slippery, rapid

Treatment Principle

  • Clear heat, dry damp

Formula

  • Long Dan Xie Gan Tang

Yin Deficiency with intense Empty Heat

Clinical Manifestations

  • Emaciation, high sex drive, distention and pain, though slight compared to Damp Heat in Liver.
  • Sometimes scanty urine
  • Malar flush (red cheeks), nervousness, hyperactive, easily anxious.
  • T: Red and narrow, scanty coat
  • P: Thready and rapid

Treatment principle

  • Tonify Yin clear heat.

Formula

  • Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan

 


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