Mrs Yu

Mrs Yu

OVERVIEW

Name: Mrs. Yu
Diagnosis: Stomach cold and qi
D.O.B: 01 January 1962
Gender: Female
Country: China

Treatment: Moxibustion and acupuncture of the body and abdomen

HISTORY

Mrs. Yu, a 50-year-old female patient from China, suffered stomach cold and qi stagnation five days after an operation for a thoracolumbar spinal cord space-occupying lesion (tumor).

Medical condition before Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Treatment for stomach cold and qi

Mrs. Yu suffered from abdominal distension, nausea and the inability to drink for two days. She had a cold feeling in the stomach region. Post surgery, she was unable to discharge stool, and the condition could not be improved by using Kaiselu and Domperidone for two days. Her sleeping quality was quite poor. She felt thirsty, while the urination was normal. She felt fatigued and her face was pale. The tongue was light purple, with thick but slight greasy tongue coating. The pulse of liver and spleen felt wiry.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Treatment for stomach cold and qi

Moxibustion and acupuncture of the body and abdomen

Medical condition after Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Treatment for stomach cold and qi

One day after the treatment for stomach cold and qi, she was able to eat well, and discharge a stool. Three days after that, her abdominal distension was completely relieved. She felt fatigue only when she walked. Her thirst remained the same. Her sleep quality remained the same. Her tongue was pale, with white tongue coating. She was prescribed seven packets of Chinese medicinal broth.

She was discharged to her residence to rest, where she recovered completely.

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