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What is hematuria, how traditional Chinese medicine consider it?

What is hematuria, how traditional Chinese medicine consider it?
What is hematuria, how traditional Chinese medicine consider it?

9        Hematuria is generally popular, and it also has the only manifestation of urinary system tumors, systemic diseases such as bloody purple epilepsy, because it can also produce hematuria, therefore, it is extremely important to diagnose the cause of hematuria and the location of bleeding. An abnormal increase of hematuria in the urine is because there may be a serious disease in the urinary system. Hematuria is not a disease, but a manifestation of a disease. So how does traditional Chinese medicine consider it? And what is the TCM treatment?
        Normally, there are no red blood cells in the urine. Medically, after centrifuging the patient's urine, check with a microscope. If there are more than 5 red blood cells in each high power field, it is hematuria. If only red blood cells are detected under a microscope, but the eyes cannot see bloody urine, it is called microscopic hematuria, If the eyes can see blood in the urine, or even bloodshot or blood clot in the urine, it is called gross hematuria.
         It is believed that hematuria is mostly caused by the accumulation of heat in the kidneys. Diet therapy should be based on cooling blood and purging fire, nourishing yin and stopping bleeding. In the three meals a day, all spicy foods such as wine, green onions, and ginger should be avoided. Roasted foods should not be eaten too; fat foods and seafood should not be eaten uniformly; warm foods should be avoided. Suitable foods: such as horse head, shepherd's purse, fresh lotus root, winter melon, watermelon, broad beans, lotus seeds, etc., persimmons, apples, pears, oranges and other fruits are also suitable.

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