Heat-dysentery:introduction of its pathological reasons,syndrome differentiation and common syndromes.

Syndromes of Traditional Chinese Medicine. ✵Traditional Chinese medicine has been used for thousands of years. Through thousands of years of practice, it has been proved that Chinese medicine is effective and feasible in treating diseases, preventing diseases and maintaining health. The treatment of diseases with traditional Chinese medicine has saved countless lives. The treatment of diseases in traditional Chinese medicine is macro and comprehensive.

 The theoretical system of traditional Chinese medicine is derived from and guided by long-term clinical practice. Through the analysis of the phenomenon, the internal mechanism is explored. Therefore, this unique theoretical system of traditional Chinese medicine has two basic characteristics, one is the overall-concept, the other is the dialectical treatment.

 ✵Heat-dysentery is a kind of dysentery mainly due to the affection of heat pathogen accumulated in the stomach. It is also known as pyretic dysentery. Its main symptoms observed normally are tenesmus(a contraction of the genital organ), body heat and abdominal pain, polydipsia and drink water(drink due to vexation and thirst), prefer to cold and aversion to heat, urine hot and red, dysentery color red, or looks similar as the fish brain, thick sticky and dirty, pulse manifestation rapid slippery and strong, tongue coating yellow and greasy, etc.

Common syndromes of heat-dysentery.
Common syndromes of heat-dysentery. 
 ✦The common syndromes of heat-dysentery are introduced as:

 ✧Dysentery, due to various disease, or affected by cold pathogen and body heat(or fever), headache and red eyes, vexation and pain in limbs(vexed and pain in arms and legs) and could not be relieved, heat in hypochondria region and diarrhea, or already induced vomiting, vexation and irritable in abdomen, want to drink cold water, water could not be absorbed, acute pain in abdomen, take warm food then vomit out, alternative cold and fever, similar as warm malaria(ancient syndrome term, which characterized by running a fever followed by feeling cold), or difficulty in urination, fullness of Qi in the abdomen and vomit belch, unstoppable diarrhea.

 ✧Dysentery, heat, could not be relieved easily;

 ✧Dysentery, chronic conditions over years or decades;

 ✧Dysentery of heat type, due to heat pathogen accumulation;

 ✧Heat Dysentery, symptoms diarrhea with yellow liquid, red as rotten blood, status sticky as fish brain, pain in abdomen and strong heat;

 ✧Dysentery, with blood, pain in abdomen;

 ✧Dysentery of heat pathogen, with black blood,  colic pain of five-Zang viscera, diarrhea for hundreds of times in one day and night, Qi exhaustion and desire to die;

 ✧Dysentery with blood, over seventy to eighty times in one day and night;

 ✧Dysentery with blood stasis, could not be relieved in a month;

 ✧Dysentery with blood, chronic and lasting over a year or years;

 ✧Dysentery due to great heat with blood, hardly to be relieved;

 ✧Dysentery with red and white, could not be relieved in years, cold in stomach and spleen and indigestion(food could not be digested);

 ✧Dysentery with grains(undigested food);

 ✧Dysentery, colic pain and laxation, could not be relieved;

 ✧Dysentery with red and white;

 ✧Dysentery, with pus and blood, over tens of times in one day and one night, empty in lower part and emaciation, desire to die and in dying;

 ✧Dysentery, due to seasonal pathogen and febrile disease, diarrhea red and white;

 ✧Dysentery, unharmonized in cold and heat, diarrhea with water or pus, or five color blood;

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