Female, 50 years old. Chief Complaint is bright red blood in stools. History of condition: occurring for nearly 3 months, patient has constant red blood in her stools. There is no pain or visual hemorrhoids. Medical doctors cannot find fishers hemorrhoids or ulcers that may cause the constant bleeding.
After investigating patient’s lifestyle and diet, patient reported thee noticed bleeding occured most after eating spicy or fatty foods. Diagnosis: Damp Heat in Large Intestine. Treatment: Clear damp heat from Large Intestine and Stomach channel. After 3 treatments, patient noticed a dramatic decrease in visible blood in stools. Patient was further advised to avoid spicy and greasy foods. After the 5thtreatment, patient still noticed some bright red blood but a steadily significant decrease