Hypochondriac Pain

Hypochondriac pain, whether real or perceived, occurs in individuals who have an excessive fear of developing a serious illness or disease, despite medical reassurances.
Below you will find alternative and natural treatment options including those from a Chinese Medicine perspective for Hypochondriac Pain.

The following TCM Diagnostic Patterns May Be Involved With Hypochondriac Pain

Acupuncture Points That May Be Useful For Hypochondriac Pain

TCM Herbal Formulas That May Be Useful For Hypochondriac Pain

TCM FormulaClinical Functions
Ban Xia Hou Po Wan

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Chai Hu Shu Gan Wan

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Long Dan Xie Gan Wan

Hypochondriac pain, bitter taste in the mouth, irritability, easily angered, headache, dizziness, red, and possibly sore, eyes, diminished hearing and/or swollen sensation in ears/head.  May have urinary symptoms such as painful, hot urination perhaps with swollen genitalia.  Women may have leukorrhea with a strong odor.

The Pulse will be wiry, rapid and forceful and the Tongue will be red with a yellow tongue coating.

Shu Gan Wan

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Si Ni San Wan

Used for liver qi stagnation and counterflow qi to the limbs (i.e. cold limbs with hot/stagnant trunk).  Principle signs would be those of liver qi stagnation (depression, mood swings, PMS, grinding of the teeth), hypochondriac pain and/or abdominal pain.

The tongue will generally be purple/red - darker and the pulse will be wiry or possibly mixed to indicate heat trapped within and stagnation to the extremities.  

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