Nowadays, work pressure is generally higher, and the pace of living is relatively fast. Therefore, male patients are prone to frequent urination or have kidney deficiency when their body is weak. In addition to disturbing people’s normal life and work, frequent urination can also lead to prostatitis and other diseases. So, what is a good way to treat frequent urination? Dr. Yang, a professional Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner will share with you the treatment and advise based on a real case study.
病例 Case Study:
Male, 40 years old, weight 143lbs (65kgs), cab driver, often works night shifts. Frequent urination gradually appeared in the past two years, especially nocturia 2 to 3 times a night, sometimes even more, which seriously affects sleeps. Body also prone to fatigue, and backache. How should this be treated?
杨医生 Dr. Yang:
Traditional Chinese medicine practitioner believes that frequent urination is mostly caused by damp heat, or congenital deficiency of kidney qi, or acquired disorder and weak spleen. Damp heat and abnormal bladder qi will cause frequent urination due to poor urination; deficiency of spleen and kidney qi, depression of qi in the spleen, low vitality, and failure of qi to hydrate, resulting in frequent urination or poor leaching. Clinically common patients with frequent urination are roughly divided into bladder damp-heat type, kidney yin deficiency type, and kidney qi insufficiency type. For the dialectical treatment of frequent urination, we need to dialectically analyze and treat the symptoms accordingly to the patient’s specific symptoms.
We analyze that the patient is a middle-aged male, a taxi driver, and often works night shifts. This type of overworked condition will damage the body. The patient’s own body condition does not feel as good as before. This is the damage to the body’s vitality. The patient currently has frequent urination, especially frequent nocturia, more than 2 to 3 times per night. This is an abnormal condition for patient at this age. The theory of traditional Chinese medicine practitioner believes that the waist is the house of the kidneys, and the kidneys open in the two yins, and dominate the two bowels. Therefore, from the perspective of the symptoms of lower back pain, fatigue, frequent urination, especially frequent nocturia, and long urination, should caused by the deficiency of kidney qi. Therefore, the patient should be treated with the methods of invigorating the kidney and qi and purging urine to stop seizures.
In terms of specific treatment, Chinese Patent Medicine Yulin Bu Shing Wan Herbal Supplement can be used. Yulin Bu Shing Wan Herbal Supplement have the effect of invigorating the kidney and filing the essence, and can improve the symptoms of physical weakness, deficiency of the true essence, and frequent urination of kidney deficiency.
In addition, patients can also use Traditional Chinese Medicine decoction, we can use 30 grams of Radix Astragalus, 15 grams of Atractylodes, 15 grams of Cornus Officinalis, 15 grams of Radix Dioscorea, 15 grams of Paeonia Suffruticosa, 15 grams of Tuckahoe, 10 grams of Alisma, 15 grams of Radix Rehmanniae Preparata, 15 grams of Fructus Alpinae Oxyphyllae, 15 grams of Rosa Laevigata, 10 grams of Ootheca Mantidis, 15 grams of Cortex Eucommiae, 10 grams of Licorice, decocted with syrup, one dose a day for the purpose of invigorating the kidney, chi and astringent urine.
Please always consult a physician before start using any dietary or herbal supplements.
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