Clinical Information For the Treatment Of Urinary Disorders (Lin Disease)

What Is Urinary Disorders (Lin Disease)?

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Urinary Disorders (Lin Disease) - Basics

Below are alternative and natural treatment options for urinary disorders such as—but not limited to—Urinary Incontinence (inability to control bladder), Urinary Retention (inability to properly empty bladder), Interstitial Cystitis (inflammation of the bladder), Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (a condition characterized by urinary problems due to an enlarged prostate gland in men), and others. Within this section you will find commonly used acupuncture and acupressure points, appropriate herbal formulas and a variety of information from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) perspectives to aid in the treatment of urinary disorders.

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Urinary Disorders (Lin Disease) - Acupuncture Protocols

The treatment of conditions with acupuncture can be a complicated endeavor that should only be undertaken by individuals with a deep understanding of the underlying Chinese Medicine theory (and/or whatever system being used for treatment). There are many approaches, but generally speaking few viable approaches are involved on a point to condition basis. Rather using proper diagnostic procedures the patients diagnostic pattern is ascertained and that is what is treated. The protocols listed here exemplify some of these clinical approaches.

The following acupuncture treatment protocols may be used with urinary disorders (lin disease):

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The Following (7)Formulas TCM Herbal Formulas May Be Useful For Urinary Disorders (Lin Disease)

Ba Zheng Wan (Eight Herb Powder for Rectification)

Clinical Usages

  • Painful urination when it arises from damp heat syndrome - urinary tract infections, leukorrhea, cystitis.
  • Prostatitis when from damp heat.

    Clinical Categorization

    Cautions

    • Generally not for long-term use as it can lead to deficiency.
    • Avoid during pregnancy.

      Bi Xie Fen Qing Yin Wan (Dioscorea Formula To Separate The Clear)

      Clinical Usages

      • Generally for painful urination issues (gao lin) that arises from kidney yang deficiency.
      • With related kidney yang deficiency pattern - chronic urinary tract infections, leukorrhea, vaginal thrush.
      • Chronic prostatitis, particularly with white and cloudy urine.

        Clinical Categorization

        Cautions

          • Avoid in cases arising from bladder damp heat - ba zheng wan or san jin wan would likely be better.

            Li Niao Pai Shi Wan (Water Stone Removal Pill)

            Clinical Usages

            •  Useful for a range of calcifications/stones - kidney stones, bladder stones, ureter stones and when the underlying pathology is appropriate gallstones.  Generally involves collections of damp heat in the lower warmer.
            • Besides stones, symptoms may range from small volumes of urination, pain with urination, urgency, itching and/or pain in the groin generally.

              Clinical Categorization

              Qian Lie Shu Wan (Prostate Comfort Pills)

              Clinical Usages

              • Frequent and/or urgent urination, dribbling, incontinence. 
              • Treats Lin Syndrome conditions.

                Clinical Categorization

                Cautions

                  • Use with caution if patient presents with UTI.

                    San Jin Wan (Triple Gold Pills)

                    Clinical Usages

                    • Painful/burning or diffulty urination possibly with increased urgency due to damp heat accumulation.
                    • Dark or scanty urine.
                    • Urinary stones.
                    • Urinary tract infection.

                      Clinical Categorization

                      Cautions

                        • Contraindicated during pregnancy.
                        • Not suitable for long term use.

                          Wu Lin San Wan (Gardenia & Hoelen Formula)

                          Clinical Usages

                          • Painful urination with cloudy or dark urine due to heat.
                          • Possibly blood in the urine -bright red blood not occult.

                            Clinical Categorization

                            Cautions

                              • Use with caution during pregnancy.

                                Wu Ling San Wan (Five-Ingredient Powder with Poria)

                                Clinical Usages

                                • Generally used, often in conjunction with other formulas, as a mild-diuretic and mild spleen strengthening formula - for edema from spleen qi deficiency primarily.

                                  Clinical Categorization

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