Integrative Women’s Health Program

Excessive Menstrual Flow / Decreased Menstrual Flow

With: Dr. Daoshing Ni, co-founder of Yo San University
1 ½ NCCAOM PDA Points / 1  CAB Unit
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NCCAOM Details: Core Competencies: AOM/Biomedicine: 1 ½ PDA
California Details: California Category 1: 1 CEU


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Take the NCCAOM Quiz

Welcome to your quiz for the course: NCCAOM: Excessive Menstrual Flow / Decreased Menstrual Flow
You may re-take this quiz as necessary to score a passing grade of 70% or higher.

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Note: the first three questions are part of your NCCAOM Worksheet, and they are not graded.

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1. In the pathology of Excessive Menstrual Flow, Qi Deficiency can result in:
2. Which of the following are among the symptoms of Menorrhagia:
3. In Decreased menstrual flow, treatment principles include:
4. The medical term for menstrual periods with abnormally heavy or prolonged bleeding is:
5. Which of the following are among the disorders associated with Excessive menstrual flow:
6. Which of the following are NOT among the three syndromes of Excessive menstrual flow:
7. In the differential diagnosis of Excessive menstrual flow, the practitioner must rule out:
8. In the main symptom of Menorrhagia, the flow is increased obviously and the cycle duration is:
9. Hypomenorrhea is defined as:
10. In the pathology of Decreased menstrual flow, Excess conditions lead to:
11. In the pathology of Decreased menstrual flow, Deficient conditions lead to:
12. In the treatment of Decreased menstrual flow, herbs are used to address:
13. A note of caution in the herbal treatment protocol for Decreased menstrual flow is to avoid:


Take the CAB Quiz

Welcome to your quiz for the course: CAB: Excessive Menstrual Flow / Decreased Menstrual Flow
You may re-take this quiz as necessary to score a passing grade of 70% or higher.

To download your CEU Certificate: a certificate link will will appear at the end of this quiz (with a passing score).
The certificate link will also appear in an email to you and in your user area after logging in.

Your Name (as it will appear on your certificate)
Your email (we will send a copy of your certificate here)
Your License #
1. The medical term for menstrual periods with abnormally heavy or prolonged bleeding is:
2. Which of the following are among the disorders associated with Excessive menstrual flow:
3. Which of the following are NOT among the three syndromes of Excessive menstrual flow:
4. In the differential diagnosis of Excessive menstrual flow, the practitioner must rule out:
5. In the main symptom of Menorrhagia, the flow is increased obviously and the cycle duration is:
6. Hypomenorrhea is defined as:
7. In the pathology of Decreased menstrual flow, Excess conditions lead to:
8. In the pathology of Decreased menstrual flow, Deficient conditions lead to:
9. In the treatment of Decreased menstrual flow, herbs are used to address:
10. A note of caution in the herbal treatment protocol for Decreased menstrual flow is to avoid:

Course Outline:
Part 1: Excessive Menstrual Flow

  1. Clinical Case – Excessive Menstrual Flow
  2. Hypermenorrhea, Menorrhagia
  3. Symptoms
  4. Etiology
  5. Qi Deficiency
  6. Heat in the Blood
  7. Blood Stagnation Pathology
  8. Diagnosis
  9. Examinations
  10. Treatment Principles
  11. Herbal Formulations: Excessive Menstrual Flow
  12. Acupuncture Treatments: Excessive Menstrual Flow
  13. Case History Review

Part 2: Decreased Menstrual Flow

  1. Clinical Case – Decreased Menstrual Flow
  2. Definition
  3. Possible conditions
  4. Etiology – Kidney Deficiency
  5. Etiology – Blood Deficiency
  6. Etiology – Blood Stagnation
  7. Etiology – Phlegm Damp
  8. Diagnosis
  9. Exams
  10. Treatment Principles
  11. Herbal Formulations
  12. Acupuncture Therapy
  13. Case History Review