Saturday, 16 November 2013

Menstrual Disorders - Dysmenorrhea - Symptoms of Kidney and Liver Deficiency In TCM Perspective

Girls in South East Asia have learnt in their early life from their grandmother's wisdom that they do not engage in any activity that distorts their regular period. Irregular period should be treated immediately, otherwise it may cause a wide range of diseases such as infertility, according to traditional Chinese medicine.

The liver is an organ of storing blood. The kidney is the organs that regulates the reporductive system and that distributes fluids according to TCM. Deficiency of liver and kidney causes symptoms of dysmenorrhrea including:
1.Lower abdominal pain either proceeding and/or following menstruation.
If liver qi is stagnated, it causes the abdominal muscles to contract, leading to menstrual pains preceding the period. If the kidney is not functioning normally because of a lack of fluid, it causes the rise of liver heat, leading to abnormal cramps and pain. It is said that applying external pressure will ease the pain.
2. Thin and light color menstruation
Thin and light color period discharge is caused by the liver's inability in blood formation and the kidney's function in fluid regulation.
3. Fatigue, dizziness
It is caused by the spleen's inability in energy (nutrients and oxygen) transportation, as a result of a stagnation of liver blood formation.
4. Fever
In some cases, liver deficiency may cause the inability of the immune system in fighting against the invasion of bacteria and virus, leading to infection and inflammation. Sometimes it generates liver heat, leading to increasing the body temperature.
5. Scanty urination
Scanty urination may be caused by the kidney's abnormal function in urinary secretion as a result of the inability of the kidney to distribute fluids throughout the body.
6. Lower back pain.
Lower back pain is a result of qi and blood stagnation in the abdominal region.

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