A Preliminary Study and Modern Clinical Application of the Theory of “Fu Qing Zhu Nu Ke” in the Treatment of Metrorrhagia and Metrostaxis
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Keywords

Fu Qing Zhu Nu Ke
Metrorrhagia
Metrostaxis
Theory
Modern clinical application

DOI

10.26689/jcnr.v6i4.3918

Abstract

“Fu Qing Zhu Nu Ke” specially set seven chapters for metrorrhagia, where Fu’s treatment of metrorrhagia emphasizes the treatment of the root cause of the metrorrhagia, invisible blood hemostasis, attention to the application of drugs for supplementing qi, blood, liver and kidney, medication with sweet, mild, and gentle properties, and repeatedly emphasized the influence of sexual affairs on gynecological diseases. Modern doctors have applied this prescription in clinical treatment of metrorrhagia. In this paper, the author makes a preliminary discussion and analysis of Fu’s thought of stopping metrorrhagia, and summarizes its modern clinical application and expansion, to enrich clinical experience and serve the patients better.

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