Menstruation Disorders – Amenorrhea – Types Of Kidney Deficiency Causes of Amenorrhea In TCM Perspective

Amenorrhea is defined as a health condition of absence of period
1. Primary amenrrhea
Women who are at age 18, but for what ever reason have never menstruated or
2. Secondary amenrrhea is defined as period beginning at the appropriate age, but later stops for more than 3 cycles.

In traditional Chinese medicine TCM, kidney defieciency can be classified as
1. Kidney yang deficiency
In traditional Chinese medicine is defined as a organ in charge of storing kidney essence, will, determination, and power of memory, water distribution, bone marrow, spinal marrow, and brain marrow, graping qi and bladder as well as hearing , and 2 private parts. Imbalance of kidney sometime can be caused by kidney yang deficiency due to intake of raw and cold foods, rigid exercise, frequent ejaculation, etc., leading to dampness accumulation that can manifest to damp heat, leading to phlegm.

2. Kidney yin deficiency
Imbalance of Kidney is defined as a health condition of Kidney Qi Deficiency, Yin Deficiency, Yang Deficiency or Jing Deficiency.
Kidney, in traditional Chinese medicine is defined as a organ in charge of storing kidney essence (jing), will, determination, and power of memory, water distribution, bone marrow, spinal marrow, and brain marrow, graping qi and bladder as well as hearing , and 2 private parts.
Deficiency of kidney yin can distort the function of kidney in water distribution, growth, leading to damp- heat and moving fluid and qi upward.

3. Kidney qi deficiency
Deficiency of kidney qi can distort the function of kidney in water distribution, growth, leading to dampness accumulation in the lower part of the body, and under layer of the skin and hearing loss, sexual dysfunction, loss of sexual desire, etc.

4. Kidney Jing deficiency
In traditional Chinese medicine is defined as a organ in charge of storing kidney essence, will, determination, and power of memory, water distribution, bone marrow, spinal marrow, and brain marrow, graping qi and bladder as well as hearing , and 2 private parts. Kidney jing (essence) jing can be divided in to prenatal and postnatal jing. Aging is the natural process due to depletion of kidney jing, we can not change the prenatal jing, but we can supplement the pre with the postnatal jing by taking foods and herbs which can delay the depletion of jing and aging.

5. Bilateral kidney yin and yang deficiency
Since kidneys store the essence and govern reproduction, bilateral kidney yin and yang deficiency is defined as a health condition of kidney fails to generate fluid and move fluid a long the kidney channels due to insufficiency of kidney essence or kidney vacuous.

6. Kidney fells to grape and retain qi
If kidney fell to grape and retain qi, it will cause abnormally uncontrollable fluid movement, and the qi does not flow upward to the lung, leading to respiratory problems, water retention and fluid stasis in the lower part of the body.

7. Kidney Yang deficiency causes of water effusion
Water effusion is defined as a health condition of prolonged period of yang vacuity, as a result of kidney’s inability to move fluid upward in nourishing the upper part of the body, leading to abnormal yang phrase of menstrual cycle in women and increasing the risk of low sexual libido.

8. Kidney Yin deficiency causes of fire effulgence
Fire effulgence is defined as a health condition of yin vacuity as a result of yin deficiency over a prolonged period of time, as a result of loss of yin essence, leading to yin/yang imbalance and yin can not control yang, due to aging, frequency sexual activity, repeat masturbation, etc resulting in amenrrhea in women and sexual dysfunction in both.

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