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Inability to Ejaculate During Intercourse

Yin deficiency with empty heat

Clinical Manifestations

  • Distention in scrotum
  • Possible nocturnal emissions, irritability, scanty urine, constipation, thirst
  • T: Red
  • P: Thready and rapid

Treatment Principle

  • Tonify Yin to move stagnation

Formula

  • Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan + Mu Tong, Wang Bu Liu Xing

Blood stagnation due to chronic stress

Qi stagnation leading to Blood stagnation. Liver stagnates Qi, and the channel passes through the gonads.

Clinical Manifestations

  • Easily angered, chest congestion
  • Varicoses of scrotum (varicoseal)
  • T: Purple
  • P: Deep and choppy

Formula

  • Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang + Jiu Zi, Che Qian Zi

 


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