Postpartum physical pain is common in clinic, mostly manifested in pain, numbness or weight, swelling and so on of limbs and joints during puerperium, and some of them fail to heal over the years, becoming stubborn “puerperal fever.” Mr. Zhang has been a doctor for more than 30 years. He has superb medical skills and has unique opinions on postpartum diseases. The author is lucky to follow-up. Now, his experience in syndrome differentiation and treatment of postpartum body pain is analyzed as follows, and the tested case is attached.
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