bimanual palpation and ultrasound),. Blood stasis is a Chinese medical pattern, and such patterns are only identified by evidence gathered by the four examinations. Since the four examinations do not include bimanual palpation or ultrasonography, the assumption thatall uterine myomas equal concretions and conglomerations and, thus, blood stasis is ahighly questionable one. In point of fact, many women with uterine myoma display nosigns
or symptoms of blood stasis (other than the chronic, enduring nature of their condition) and do display mainly signs and symptoms of vacuity patterns, such as spleen-kidney yang vacuity.
The ff. Health Teachings are directed towards the patient for the betterment of her condition and also serves as chain of cont-inuing health promoted by Health Care Providers even after dis-charge.
Contact Medical Professional provider if gradual changes in your menstrual pattern ooccur.Including a ncluding a heavier flow,increased cramping or bleeding cramping or bleeding bet. periods or if fullness or heaviness Periods or if fullness or heaviness in inyour lower abyour lower abdomen.
Rest in bed when symptoms are worst.
Eat food high in iron and take iron pills if you bleed heavily during your periods.
Put a heating pad at low setting on your abdomen to help relieve cramp or pain.
OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT FOLLOW UP/CHECK-UP
Remind the patient with an immediate family member or her son for a follow-upappointment in the hospital 1-2 weeks after discharge or when complications of the diseaseappear.
It includes maintenance of DBW. By the age of 60, the average adult hasaccumulated about 7 extra kilograms. To prevent overweight and obesity (which increaseschances of developing chronic disorders associated with aging like high blood pressure,increases levels of blood cholesterol and triglycerides, hyperuricemia and diabetes), it isrecommended that the daily caloric allowances be reduced with increasing age. A decrease of 3%is suggested by FAO for each decade of 30 to 39 years and 40 to 49 years because the restingmetabolic rate declines brought about by loss of lean body mass.