Is it true that four types of people should not be treated with bloodletting?

Bloodletting therapy is more stimulating to the organism and has certain indications and contraindications, and it is not accurate to say that four kinds of people should not undergo bloodletting therapy. Bloodletting therapy is mainly a method of treating diseases by using three-pronged needles to puncture the blood channels or acupoints, releasing a small amount of blood or liquid or picking off the subcutaneous fibrous tissue. This method has better curative effect for high fever symptoms and acute diseases, but it is more irritating, and there are some groups of people who are not suitable to use this method, specifically the following groups of people are not suitable: The method is contraindicated for operation by the physically weak, pregnant women, lactating women, and women in the menstrual period. Patients with spontaneous bleeding tendency, hemophilia, leukemia, poor coagulation mechanism are prohibited to use this method. This method is forbidden for patients with excessive loss of body fluid due to vomiting, emission and sweating. This method is forbidden for patients with skin ulcers, tumors local skin, infectious diseases, purulent diseases. This method is prohibited for patients with excessive hunger, fatigue, overfeeding, drunkenness, and patients with mental illnesses who cannot cooperate with doctors. The method is not suitable for patients with major organic lesions, heart disease, high blood pressure, advanced diabetes. Bloodletting therapy is very irritating and has certain damage to the body, so it is recommended that patients who need bloodletting therapy to treat diseases be operated by a professional doctor in order to avoid causing damage to the body.

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