Monday, 18 November 2013

Overcome Infertility - Treatments of Shortened Luteal Phase Caused By Kidney Yin Deficiency in The Yang Phase Of Menstrual Cycle

Kidney yin is also known primordial yin or true yin and defined as the foundation of the yin fluid of the body, therefore it helps to moisten, nourish the organs and tissues by maintaining the body fluid balance with fire of kidney yang.

I. Symptoms of kidney yin deficiency
1. Dizziness,
2. Weak pulse
3. Hearing problems,
4. Dry mouth and throat,
5. Hot sensation in the palms, soles and chest,
6. Sweating, constipation, and seminal emission
7. The tongue is red and covered with a light coating of fur
8. Etc.

II. Causes
1. Unhealthy diet
People who eat a lot of high energy food and spicy food are an ideal candidate to have kidney yin deficiency, because those foods increase the yang qi in the body and deplete the body's fluid.

2. Sexual transmitted diseases and frequent sexual activity
Sexual transmitted diseases increase the risk of infection and inflammation that causes the increasing of white blood cells in the body, leading to immunity malfunction of infertility. Frequent sexual activity drain the kidney energy in maintaining a good reproductive system leading to infertility.

3. Medication
Drug abuse and some medication may damage kidney thus decreasing the function of kidney as an reproductive organ for fertility.

4. Stress
People who work long hours and stress environment work place may increase the risk of draining our energy flow and qi stagnation leading to abnormal kidney function.

5. Aging
Aging also causes kidney yin deficiency, as our kidney no longer function like we are young.
III. Treatments
A. With herbs
1. Sheng di huang (Rehmannia)
The cool herb has been used to improve function of heart, kidney and liver channels by clearing heat, cooling blood, nourishing yin and generating fluids.

2. Gou qi ( Chinese wolfberry)
The neutral herb has been used to tonify the liver, lung, kidney by nourishing liver and kidney yin and blood yin deficiency.

3. Wu wei zi (Schisandra)
The warm herb has been used in TCM in promoting the heart, kidney and lung channels by tonifying kidneys yin and essence, generating fluids and reducing the kidney yin cause of frequent urination.

4. Sha shen (Glehnia root)
The cool herb has been used to enhance the lung and stomach channels by nourishing the stomach, generating body fluids and moistening skin and skin under layer.

5. Sang ji sheng (Mulberry mistletoe stem)
The neutral herb has been used to smooth the liver and kidney channel by enhancing liver function and curing the kidney caused by yin and blood deficiency

B. With acupuncture
Suggested acupuncture points
1. BL15 (Xin shu)
2. BL18 (Gan shu)
3. BL23 (Shen shu)
4. HT7 (Shen men )
5. KD3 (Tai xi)
6. LV3 (Tai chong)
7. SP6 (San Yin Jiao)
8. Etc.

C. With foods
1. Blueberries,
2. Blackberries
3. Black beans
4. Fish,
5. Shrimp,
6. Seaweeds
7. Flax seed
8. Black sesame
9. Walnuts,
10. Chestnuts
11. Pork,
12. Duck
13. Eggs
14. Etc.
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