Chronic Nephritis TCM Therapy

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What are the symptoms of chronic nephritis

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Chronic nephritis is normally classified into the category of principal deficiency and secondary excess. Principal deficiency refers to the impaired function of the spleen and kidneys as well as deficiency of yin, yang, qi and blood. Secondary excess is usually marked by retention of Water, damp heat and blood stasis within the body. The treatment principles for secondary excess lie in eliminating sexogenous pathogens, regulating qi and blood. Often employed are the treatments such as dispelling wind and releasing the lung, clearing away heat and toxic materials, removing dampness and alleviating edema, eliminating water by purgation, activating blood circulation and dissipating the stasis. Treatments to support healthy qi, such as invigorating the spleen, tonifying the kidneys, nourishing yin, warming yang, replenishing qi and nourishing blood are selectively used according to the condition of the deficiency of healthy qi. Continue to read Chinese medicine Treatment for Chronic Nephritis.

(1) Invasion by Wind and Overflow of Water:
Chief Manifestations: Abrupt onset with rapid exacerbation of edema, fever, aversion to cold, soreness of limbs, cough, dyspnea, oliguria, sore throat, red tongue with thin and yellow coating, floating and rapid pulse.
(2) Accumulation of Damp Heat:
Chief Manifestations: Edema all over the body with strained skin, feeling of stuffiness and oppression in the chest and epigastrium, dyspnea, restless fever, thirst, scanty dark urine and dry stools, red tongue with yellow greasy coating, deep and rapid pulse.
(3) Retention of Water and Dampness:
Chief Manifestations Pitted edema all over the body or of the limbs, especially of the lower limbs, oliguria, fatigue and bodily heaviness, feeling of oppression in the chest, impaired appetite, abdominal distention, nausea, white and thin tongue coating, slow and soft-superficial pulse. Continue to read TCM Treatment Evaluation for Chronic Nephritis.
(4) Spleen Deficiency and Dampness Retention:
Chief Manifestations: Persistent edema, heaviness of the body and limbs, fatigue and weakness, anorexia, abdominal distention, oliguria, sallow complexion, swollen and pale tongue with white, thin coating, soft-superficial pulse.
(5) Deficiency of Spleen Yang and Kidney Yang:
Chief Manifestations: Pale, or sallow or dark complexion, aversion to cold, cold limbs, anorexia, loose stools, soreness of loins and limbs, scanty urine, generalized pitted edema which is more pronounced below the ankle, pale, swollen tongue with thin, white coating or white, greasy and smooth coating, deep and thready pulse.
(6) Deficiency of Kidney Yin: Chief Manifestations:
Persistent moderate edema, weak and sere loins and knees, feverish sensation in the palms and soles, dry mouth and throat, vertigo and tinnitus, red tougue with little coating, deep, thready or wiry, thready pulse. 
(7) Obstruction of Blood Stasis:Chief Manifestations:
Protracted edema, localized lumbago, dark purple tongue or with petechia, and thready, unsmooth pulse.

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