polycystic ovarian syndrome, PCOS Polycystic ovary syndrome is an endocrine disorder syndrome in which reproductive dysfunction and abnormal glucose metabolism coexist. It is characterized by persistent anovulation, hyperandrogenism, and insulin resistance. The incidence rate of women of childbearing age is 5% to 10%. In terms of clinical treatment, traditional Chinese medicine mainly focuses on regulating endocrine disorders and stimulating ovulation after normalizing. Kidney deficiency and blood stasis syndrome is the pathological basis of this disease. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that ovum is the essence of reproduction. The development and maturity of ovum is closely related to the filling of kidney essence, and the normal discharge of ovum depends on the agitation of kidney yang to regulate the flow of energy and blood. Deficiency of kidney essence makes it difficult for eggs to develop and mature due to the lack of material basis; deficiency of kidney yang can not stimulate the biochemistry and growth of kidney yin, but also makes the circulation of qi and blood weak and stagnant to rush to the cell channel, which makes ovulation lack of driving force. Therefore, kidney deficiency is the root cause of ovulation disorder. Kidney deficiency further leads to abnormality of yin and yang, qi and blood, internal stagnation of water and dampness, internal growth of phlegm and dampness, obstruction of Chong Ren cell veins, stagnation of qi and blood, making it difficult to ovulate and enlarge ovaries; therefore, kidney deficiency and blood stasis are the basic symptoms of PCOS. pathogenesis. Tonifying the kidney and promoting blood circulation is the basic method of TCM treatment of PCOS. Traditional Chinese medicine for tonifying the kidney is considered to have endocrine hormone-like effects, and can have a two-way regulation effect on the female gonad axis. On the basis of tonifying the kidney, adding blood-activating drugs can impro.
improve local blood circulation in the ovary, increase ovarian blood flow, thereby promoting follicle development, inducing ovulation and promoting corpus luteum Formation, which has been confirmed in a large number of clinical and experimental studies of Chinese and Western medicine. The treatment principle is the traditional Chinese medicine artificial cycle method of “tonifying the kidney – promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis – nourishing the kidney – promoting blood circulation and regulating menstruation”. Following this line of thought, the combination of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine is adopted. In the follicular phase and luteal phase, nourish the kidney, invigorate the kidney, and resolve phlegm, respectively, and add blood-activating and stasis-removing drugs in the ovulation phase and premenstrual phase. Integrate and regulate the nervous, endocrine, and gonadal functions of the human body (balance of yin and yang, coordination of viscera). The specific diagnosis and treatment methods are: Acupuncture and moxibustion twice a week, and oral Chinese medicine every day. Chinese medicine is formulated with different prescriptions according to the menstrual period and ovulation period. This allows “polycystic ovary syndrome” and “infertility” to be treated at the same time.