Li Wang and Xiaofeng Zhang
Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang 712046, Shaanxi, China
The dialectics of Yin and Yang in traditional Chinese medicine is the basic thinking method for us to understand the normal physiological structure and physiological function of the human body and explore the principle of pathological changes. From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine, the changes of Yin and Yang in TCM exist in all organs and organs of our body. The periodic changes of the endometrium in a complete menstrual cycle can also be explained by the dialectics between Yin and Yang of traditional Chinese medicine. TCM believes that the endometrium is divided into menstrual period, proliferation period, and secretion period; the menstrual period and proliferation period are "Yin long Yang elimination", the secretion period is "Yang long stage, and the menstrual period is" Chongyang must Yin ", according to which the dialectics of Yin and Yang can more clearly guide the accuracy of clinical medication.
Endometrium, Menstrual Cycle, Yin and Yang Theory, Proliferation Period, Secretory Period
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