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Author (up) Huang, Tao; Han, Bin; Wang, Lu; Gaischek, Ingrid; Litscher, Gerhard openurl 
  Title Warming needle eases severe pain during menses: a case and thermographic measurement Type of Study RCT
  Year 2013 Journal Title Medical Acupuncture Abbreviated Journal Med Acupunct  
  Volume 25 Issue 3 Pages 227-231  
  Subjects Acupuncture Therapy; Acupuncture Points; Pelvic Pain; Dysmenorrhea  
  Abstract Dysmenorrhea is a very common disease in China and the Western world. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), this condition mostly relates to Coldness pathogeny. Based on TCM, a warming needle acupuncture technique dredges out the Coldness to ease pain.

With the onset of dymenorrheal pain, skin temperature of the lower abdomen at the locus of pain is lower than that of a nonpainful area on the abdomen. After acupuncture stimulation, or when the pain is relieved, skin temperature returns to normal values. It can be concluded that there is a relationship between pain and skin temperature. However, further research on that topic is needed.
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  Call Number OCOM @ refbase @ Serial 10197  
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