How to treat ovarian cysts naturally by TCM

How to treat ovarian cysts naturally by TCM
How to treat ovarian cysts naturally by TCM

        Ovarian cyst refers to the formation of cystic masses in the ovary, which can be divided into two types: neoplastic and non-neoplastic. Ovarian cyst are usually referred to non-neoplastic types. Ovarian endometriosis cyst, also known as ovarian chocolate cyst, is also a common ovarian cyst. It is due to endometriosis spreading to the ovaries, forming chocolate-like viscous fluid cysts in the ovaries. Patients often have progressively worsening dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, infertility, and menstrual disorders.
Ovarian cysts may have symptoms, but most of them are found during gynecological examinations
1. Frequent urination, but no pain or urgency; or constipation.
2. Consciously lower abdomen enlarged and tight waistband. There is a lump in the lower abdomen that can be touched, especially in the morning, and it disappears after urination.
3. Gynecological general survey found ovarian masses.
        Ovarian cysts are mostly caused by women's neglect of conditioning during menstruation or postpartum, the invasion of the six evils, or the injury of the seven emotions, and the dysfunction of the viscera, resulting in damp phlegm, blood congestion and blocking of the blood vessels, and accumulation of cysts over time.
        Symptoms of ovarian cysts are less abdominal distension and pain, lumpiness in the touch, accompanied by increased vaginal discharge, yellow and smell bad, heavy or low menstrual flow, and can cause cyst pedicle torsion or malignant change, causing severe abdominal pain. The diagnosis can be confirmed by gynecological examination or B-ultrasound examination.
        Ovarian cysts have a high degree of malignant transformation and can occur at any age. They are most common in women during the period of vigorous ovarian function (reproductive age) and women during menopause, and are one of the most life-threatening tumors. The key to this disease is early detection, early diagnosis and early treatment.
        Surgical removal is generally used to treat ovarian cysts, but most patients are unwilling to accept it, and the cost also is high, leaving a wound, and even after the patient is removed, a cyst grows on the opposite side or recurs at the original site!
        Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) can be used to treat ovarian cysts naturally with twice the result by half the effort. Syndrome differentiation and difference treatment, starting from a holistic view, soothing the liver and regulates Qi, strengthens the body, promotes blood circulation and removes blood stasis, dispel stasis, clears away heat and detoxifying, and regulates endocrine, so that Qi and blood are active, and active the viscera, meridians and collaterals are the foundation, Qi and blood are used, Qi and blood are the material basis of the body, and the viscera is the source of Qi and blood, and responsible for the production, control and operation of blood, and regulates the balance of blood and Qi. Qi is the driving force of blood. As far as women are concerned, blood is the material basis of menstruation. If the viscera is imbalance, the circulation of Qi and blood will be affected, and the blood sea function will be affected, which can lead to the occurrence of various gynecological diseases, such as ovarian cysts. TCM can relieve the psychological pressure and mental burden brought by surgery to patients, regulate endocrine, strengthen immunity, etc., convenient to take medicine, no surgery, no injury to vitality, no hospitalization, low risk of pain, no impact on work, study and life, and the cost is low, the effect is fast, and the clinical treatment of ovarian cysts has achieved ideal results, and the cured patients have not relapsed after 3 years of follow up...
treatment method of Herbs:
1. Modified Biochemical Tumor Soup
Huang Hai Long
15 grams of Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae, 10 grams of Herba Leonuri, 10 grams of processed Rhizoma Cyperi, 10 grams of Radix Angelicae Sinensis, 10 grams of Common Ginger, 10 grams of Rhizoma Chuanxiong, 10 grams of Semen Persicae, 10 grams of Radix Glycyrrhizae, 10 grams of Common Burreed Rhizome, 10 grams of Rhizoma Curcumae, 5 grams of processed Frankincense , 5 grams of processed myrrh.
Promotes blood circulation, removes blood stasis, softens firmness and dispels knots.
Uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, patients with cold blood stasis.
Usage: Take 1 dose a day, boiled in water and take it twice.
If you suffer from chronic illness and deficiency, lack of Qi and blood, add Yu Ping Feng and Si Wu soup; if you take Chinese medicine together with Gui Zhi Fu Ling capsules, you can improve the curative effect and shorten the treatment time.
2. Jia Wei Hua Jian soup
Yang Ming De
9 grams each of Semen Persicae, Bitter Apricot Seed, Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae, Cortex Moutan, and Ramulus Cinnamomi, 6 grams Radix Glycyrrhizae, 30 grams vinegar, 10 grams Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei, and 30 grams honey (taking mixed with water).
Indications: removes blood stasis, softens firmness, regulates Qi and promotes stagnation.
1 dose a day, boiled in water, 2 times a day.


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