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Male & Female Infertility

- The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine

by Chen Zhi-qian & Li Li-yun

Infertility is a condition that seriously impacts the quality of life for many families, and recent studies suggest that Chinese medicine may effectively increase conception rates. Male & Female Infertility by Chen Zhi-qiang and Li Li-yun presents complementary treatment approaches for both male and female infertility.

Most of the cases of infertility successfully treated in China do not rely on techniques such as vitro fertilization, which are quite expensive and have only a modest rate of success. On the other hand, by combining these methods with acupuncture and Chinese medicinal therapy, infertility can be effectively treated in most cases. An integrative approach to treatment can reduce pharmaceutical side effects, and also shorten the course of treatment.

Disorders associated with female infertility were first recorded in the Chinese medical literature as early as 2000 years ago. By providing the time-honored clinical methods of Chinese traditional medicine, this text will undoubtedly benefit the reproductive health of many patients.

Male Infertility

by Chen Zhi-qiang, Dai Rui-xin, Wang Shu-sheng, Bai Zun-guang

Overview
Chinese Medical Etiology and Pathomechanism
Chinese Medical Treatment
  Pattern Differentiation and Treatment
  Additional Treatment Modalities

  1. Chinese Patent Medicine: 六味地黄丸Liu Wei Di Huang Wan; 五子衍宗丸Wu Zi Yang Zong Wan; 金匮肾气丸Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan; 龟龄集Gui Ling Ji; 人参归脾丸Ren Shen Gui Pi Wan; 补肾益气丸Bu Shen Yi Qi Wan
  2. Acupuncture and Moxibustion
  3. Simple Prescriptions and Empirical Formulas

Prognosis
Preventive Healthcare
  Lifestyle Modification
  Dietary Recommendation
  Regulation of Emotional and Mental Health
Clinical Experience of Renowned Physicians
  Empirical Formulas

  1. 生精汤Sheng Jing Tang
  2. 温肾益精丸Wen Shen Yi Jing Wan
  3. 生精赞育汤Sheng Jing Zan Yu Tang
  4. 强精煎Qiang Jing Jian
  5. 液化汤Ye Hua Tang
  6. 加味保真丸Jia Wei Bao Zhen Wan
  7. 生精汤Sheng Jing Tang
  8. 冬蛤生精饮Dong Ge Sheng Jing Yin
  9. 化瘀赞育汤Hua Yu Zan Yu Tang
  10. 补肾益血填精汤Bu Shen Yi Xue Tian Jing Tang

Selected Case Studies
Discussions

  1. Yue Fu-jia: Considerations of the Heart and Spleen
  2. Wang Qi: Clinical Experience with Male Infertility
  3. Li Guang-wen: Experience in Male Infertility
  4. Hua Liang-cai: Experience in Male Infertility
  5. Qi Guang-chong: Disease Differentiation, Enology, and Syndrome Differentiation in Male Infertility
  6. Xu Fu-song: Clinical Experiences of Male Infertility
  7. Zhao Xi-wu: Tian Xiong Jia Wei San in the Treatment of Male Infertility
  8. Luo Yuan-kai: Benefiting Kidney Yin for Low Sperm Counts, Warming Qi and Yang for High Sperm Mortality
  9. Chen Wen-bo: Sheng Jing Zan Yu Wan for Balanced Tonification
  10. Xie Hai-zhou: Tonifying Kidney and Essence while Eliminating Stasis and Disinhibiting Dampness
  11. Xue Meng: Treating Male Infertility with Zhu Ying Zi Sheng Tang
  12. Yang Zong-meng: Regulating Wood, Clearing the Liver, Resolving Constraint and Increasing Water
  13. Li Pei-sheng: Infertility and the Kidney, Spleen, and Liver
  14. Ban Xiu-wen: Necrospermia and Nourishing of the Liver and Kidney
  15. Liu Ming-han: Kidney Debilitation and Yi Jing Ling
  16. Jin Wei-xin: Non-liquefaction of Semen and Ye Hua Sheng Jing Tang
  17. Yan De-xin: Absent Ejaculation and Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang
  18. Lin Shi-xin: Ejaculatory Incompetence and the Liver
  19. Yang Qian-qian: Huang Qi Hua Shi Tang in the Treatment of Functional Ejaculatory Incompetence
  20. Liu Ming-han: Tong Jing Ling for Absent Ejaculation

Perspectives of Integrative Medicine
  Challenges and Solutions: Determining of Pathogenesis and Pathology; Azoospermatism
  Insight from Empirical Wisdom: Pattern Differentiation of Male Infertility and Chronic Prostatitis; Varicocele and Sperm Quality; Differentiation of Deficiency and Excess Patterns
Modern Research
  Clinical Research: Pattern Differentiation and Treatment; Specific Formulas; Acupuncture and Moxibustion
  Experimental Studies: Research on Single Medicinals; Research on the Efficacy of Herbal Prescriptions; Research on New Forms of Medicinals

Female Infertility

by Li Li-yun, Xu Min

Overview
Chinese Medical Etiology and Pathomechanism: Kidney Deficiency; Blood Deficiency; Liver Constraint; Phlegm-Damp; Damp-heat; Blood Stasis
Chinese Medical Treatment
  Pattern Differentiation and Treatment
  Additional Treatment Modalities

  1. Chinese Patent Medicine: 女宝胶囊Nu Bao Jiao Nang; 左归丸Zuo Gui Wan; 河车大造丸He Che Da Zao Wan; 女金丸Nu Jin Wan; 八宝坤顺丸Ba Bao Kun Shun Wan; 逍遥丸Xiao Yao Wan; 七制香附丸Qi zhi Xiang Fu Wan; 艾附暖宫丸Ai Fu Nuan Gong Wan; 十二温经丸Shi Er Wen Jin Wan; 参桂鹿茸丸Shen Gui Lu Rong Wan; 二陈丸Er Chen Wan; 益母丸Yi Mu Wan
  2. Acupuncture and Moxibustion
  3. Simple Prescriptions and Empirical Formulas

Prognosis
Preventive Healthcare
  Lifestyle Modification
  Dietary Recommendation
  Regulation of Emotional and Mental Health
Clinical Experience of Renowned Physicians
  Empirical Formulas

  1. 益阳渗湿汤Yi Yang Shen Shi Tang
  2. 调冲促孕汤Tiao Chong Cu Yun Tang
  3. 逍遥助孕汤Xiao Yao Zhu Yun Tang
  4. 助孕一号丸Zhu Yun Yi Hao Wan and 助孕二号丸Zhu Yun Er Hao Wan
  5. 俞氏温补方Yu Shi Wen Bu Fang

  Selected Case Studies

  1. Medical Records of Luo Yuan-kai: Infertility due to Spleen and Kidney Dual Deficiency with Liver Constraint
  2. Medical Records of Cai Xiao-sun: Infertility due to Kidney Deficiency
  3. Case Studies of Han Bai-ling: Infertility due to Liver Constraint
  4. Case Studies of Ban Xiu-wen: Infertility due to Spleen Deficiency and Damp-Turbidity
  5. Medical Records of Li Li-yun: Infertility due to Qi Deficiency and Blood Stasis
  6. Case Studies of Qian Bo-xuan: Infertility due to Liver Constraint, Kidney Deficiency and Damp-heat Pouring Downward
  7. Case Studies of Ha Li-tian: Infertility due to Kidney Yin Deficiency with Binding of Phlegm and Heat
  8. Case Studies of He Zi-huan: Infertility due to Phlegm-damp Obstruction
  9. Case Studies of Pang Pan-chi: Infertility due to Damp-heat and Stasis Obstruction
  10. Case Studies on Liu Feng-wu: Infertility due to Qi and Blood Dual Deficiency

  Discussions

  1. 罗元恺Luo Yuan-kai: Infertility due to Kidney Deficiency, 右归丸You Gui Wan,左归饮 Zuo Gui Yin; Infertility due to Qi and Blood Deficiency, 毓麟珠Yu Lin Zhu; Infertility due to Qi Stagnation and Blood Stasis, 丹栀逍遥散Dan Zhi Xiao Yao San, 金铃子散Jin Ling Zi San, 少腹逐瘀汤Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang; Infertility due to Liver Qi Constraint, 开郁种玉汤Kai Yu Zhong Yu Tang; Infertility doe to Internal Phlegm-damp Obstruction, 苍附导痰丸Cang Fu Dao Tan Wan
  2. 韩百灵Han Bai-ling: Kidney Yin Deficiency, Kidney Yang Deficiency; Spleen Yang Deficiencyt; Spleen Blood Deficiency; Liver Constraint and Qi Stagnation, Liver Constraint Transforming into Heat; Liver and Kidney Yin Deficiency; Liver Constraint and Kidney Deficiency; Liver Constraint and Spleen Deficiency; Spleen and Kidney Yang Deficiency; Qi Stagnation and Blood Stasis; Phlegm-damp Obstructing the Collaterals
  3. Xia Gui-cheng: Disorders of the immune system contribute to female infertility; the formulas 滋阴抑抗汤Zi Yin Yi Kang Tang and 助阳抑抗汤Zhu Yang Yi Kang Tang are both effective in the treatment of female infertility associated with immune responses; Infertility with predominant yin deficiency, 养精种玉汤Yang Jing Zhong Yu Tang
  4. 班秀文Ban Xiu-wen: Resolution of Vaginal Discharge and Regulation of Menstruation, 左归饮Zuo Gui Yin. 右归饮You Gui Yin, 五子衍宗丸Wu Zi Yang Zong Wan, 归脾丸Gui Pi Wan, 人参养荣汤Ren Shen Yang Rong Tang, 当归芍药散Dang Gui Shao Yao San; Regulation and Tonification of the liver and kidney, 五子衍宗丸Wu Zi Yan Zong Wan, 归芍地黄汤Gui Shao Di Huang Tang; Qi Stagnation and blood stasis, 柴胡疏肝散Chai Hu Shu Gan San
  5. Xu Run-san: Kidney Deficiency; Kidney Deficiency and Liver Constraint; Kidney Deficiency and Phlegm Excess; Kidney Deficiency and Blood Stasis
  6. 王子瑜Wang Zi-yu: Kidney Qi Deficiency; Liver Constraintg and Qi Stagnation, Phlegm-damp Obstruction; Blood Deficiency with Malnourishment of the Uterine Callaterals; Blood Stasis
  7. 裘笑梅Qiu Xiao-mei: Kidney Deficiency and Uterine Cold, 桂仙汤Gui Xian Tang; Liver Constraint and Blood Stasis, 蒺藜散Ji Li San and 逍遥散Xiao Yao San; Blood Deficiency and Malnourishment of the Uterine Collaterals; Phlegm-damp Obstructing the Uterine, 苍附导痰丸Cang Fu Dao Tan Tang and 桂仙汤Gui Xian Tang
  8. Pang Pan-chi: Freeing the Oviduct, 桃红四物汤Tao Hong Si Wu Tang; Promoting Ovulation, 四物汤Si Wu Tang; Invigorating the Corpus Luteum, 圣愈汤Sheng Yu Tang
  9. Zhu Nan-sun: Deficiency Patterns; Excess Patterns

Perspectives of Integrative Medicine
  Challenges and Solutions: Prevention; Identifying Enology; the Treatment of Difficult Cases
  Insight from Empirical Wisdom: Regulating Menstruation; Treating Leukorrhea; Male Reproductive Health; Timed Intercourse; Emotions and Conception;  The Importance of a Proper Diet
Modern Research
  Clinical Research: Pattern Differentiation and Treatment; Specific Formulas; Acupuncture and Moxibustion
  Experimental Studies: Research on Single Medicinals; Research on the Efficacy of Herbal Prescriptions; Research on New Forms of Medicinals

male and female infertility

Title: Male and Female Infertility
Author: Chen Zhi-qiang & Li Li-yun
Series: The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine
Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House, 2008
Language: English
Binding: Hardcopy, 9.2 x 7.1 x 1.3 inches, 506 pages
ISBN: 9787117100243

This book is an important component text in the series The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine. This well-organized and comprehensive clinical series is characterized by important diseases, it provides detailed western disease information and Chinese clinical treatment effective for each specific disease. Each book includes selected case studies, provides discussions, in detail, related quotes of classical TCM literature and clearly explains the modern clinical experience of renowned physicians, thus enabling the practitioner to become more adept at using Chinese medicine in the diagnosis and treatment of common diseases.

Features:

  • Pattern differentiation and treatment with Chinese medicinals and acupuncture
  • Clinical experience of renowned physicians
  • Case studies from famous Chinese doctors
  • Relevant contemporary research on pattern differentiation and formulas
  • Selected quotes from classical texts

About the Author

Professor Chen Zhi-qiang is chief physician, and doctoral advisor at the Second Teaching Hospital of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. Dr. Chen excels in the integrative treatment of stubborn and critical diseases, and also achieves fine therapeutic effects in the treatment of urinary and prostate conditions. He has supervised 6 research projects at both ministerial and provincial levels, and has been also distinguished with 5 provincial awards. He has published over 30 academic papers, serving as chief director of 4 monographs including Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment in Andriatrics with Chinese Medicine and Integrative Surgery.

Professor Li Li-yun is a graduate student supervisor at the Second Teaching Hospital of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. She previously served as Director of Gynaecology at the Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine. She has accumulated an abundance of clinical experience in her nearly 50 years of clinical teaching and research work. She specializes in the integrative treatment of menstrual disorders, female infertility, and female genital inflammation. Dr. Li has developed multiple approaches in the treatment of gynaecological disease, especially infertility and is highly respected for her contributions to the field. She was further recognized as Master Physician in the National Master and Apprentice Education Program. She currently serves as a council member of the Guangdong Promotional Committee of Chinese Medicine, and Advisor of the Gynaecology Specialty Board of the Guangdong Provincial Association of Chinese Medicine.

书名:中医临床实用系列 - 男性不育与女性不孕(英文版)(精)
作者: 陈志强 李丽芸 编 著
出版社: 人民卫生出版社,第1版2008
开本/装帧:16开精装本,506页
ISBN: 9787117100243


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