Diseases of digestive system

Acupuncture Single Points for peptic ulcers
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Peptic ulcers are open sores that develop on the inside lining of the stomach. The most prominent symptom is epigastric pain, which is frequently worse at night or when your stomach is empty, and often accompanied by acid regurgitation, belching, nausea and vomiting. It is known as epigastric pain in TCM and treated with antacid and herbs for warming the middle jiao and disperse cold to relieve pain.

1. Yintang (EX-HN3)
The point is obliquely punctured at depth of 0.3-0.5 cun, manipulated with lifting and thrusting, and rotating method till there is soreness feeling around tip of the nose, kept for 30 minutes with manipulation every 5-10 minutes. Ten sessions of treatment make a therapeutic course. There are 5-7 days rest between two therapeutic duration.

2. Genjian
Extraordinary point, located in the Achilles's tendon directly above the heel. Patient is required to do plantar flexion as more as possible till there is depression on the Achilles's tendon above the heel. A needle is obliquely inserted into the center of the depression upwards for 0.5-1 cun, remained for 5-15 minutes after there is needling sensation around point.

3. Zusanli (ST 36)
Point injection is applied into Zusanli (ST 36) on both sides with 100 mg Vitamin B1 every 3 hours at beginning, and twice a day after the condition is improved.

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