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Herbal tea treat gallbladder removal in second half year.

# Medical Case:

A male, 55 years old, of medium build, with a red face.

First consultation on June 3, 2020. After gallstone removal in the second half of last year, I had diarrhea more than 10 times a day. The previous medical prescriptions for strengthening the spleen were ineffective. Instead, I felt hot in the nasal cavity and had a small amount of bleeding from time to time. When asked, it is easy to have upper abdominal distension, dry mouth and bitter taste, hoarse voice when speaking, and difficulty falling asleep. He doesn't speak much. His eyelids are congested, his throat is red, his tongue is red and has yellow greasy coating, his pulse is slippery, and his abdominal muscles are tense. prescription---herbal treatments

Follow-up visit 3 weeks later: stools reduced to 3 to 4 times a day, epistaxis no longer occurred, tongue coating became thinner, and dry mouth and bitterness basically disappeared.


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