(PRWEB) June 21, 2013
A clinical trial recently published in the China Traditional Chinese Medicine Magazine reveals that herbal medicine is going to be a new relief of epididymitis and orchitis.
The trial was conducted in Feb, 2013. Result from this trial showed an overall response rate of 92 percent. Typical symptom - pain and swell reduced in different level after two months supply.
Epididymitis makes up 1 in 144 outpatient visits (0.69 percent) in men 18 to 50 years old or 600,000 cases in men between 18 to 35 in the United States. Epididymitis and orchitis are both genital conditions in men, causing swell, pain, or hydrocele. Fever often occur on those who’s condition’s in the acute stage.
"All patients response well to Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which lacks many of the side effects even in patients with high-risk of genital complications, " says study co-leader Dawn Chou, MD, director of the division of TCM and a urology specialist at the Hubei TCM Hospital.
The trial involved 85 patient with chronic epididymitis and/or orchitis (median age, 36) who took Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill twice daily. Forty-nine patients received a 12.5 grams dose and 36 patients received a 25 grams dose. Two patient given 25 grams dose with very slight condition have all pain and swell cleared up after two months. Long-term therapy was not associated with any adverse effects.
Funding for the study was provided by the producer and patent owner Dr. Lee Xiaoping, and Wuhan Dr. Lee’s TCM Clinic.
For more details, please visit http://www.diureticspill.com
About Dr.Lee Xiaoping and the herbal medicine:
Dr.Lee Xiaoping graduated from Hubei College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China. She qualified as a herbalist 30 years ago and is a highly experienced medical professional. She specializes in the field of male and female reproductive and urinary system diseases. She has devoted 30 years to her clinic and worked on the formula of Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill for years. The medicine has proven to be effective on treating tubal conditions. The formula is patented by SIPO (State Intellectual Property Office of the P.R.C) with the application number 200910157894.