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The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Incontinence:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to incontinence
Gan Jiang Ling Zhu Tang
Ginger, Poria, Atractylodes and Licorice Decoction; Glycyrrhiza-Zingiber-Poria-Atractylodes Decoction
Warms Damp-Cold; Transforms Damp-Cold; Tonifies Spleen-Yang; Regulates the Fluid metabolism.   Damp-Cold in lower half of body (below the waist), following exertional sweating.  Frequent urination; Pain in the lower back; Pain which is worse due to cold; Profuse urination; Profuse urine; Sciatica; No thirst; Normal appetite; Urinary incontinence; Watery, whitish or clear, odourless leukorrhea; Weakness, loosening muscles in abdomen.  
 
Gan Mai Da Zao Tang
Licorice, Wheat, and Jujube Decoction; Glycyrrhiza-Triticum-Ziziphus Decoction
Tonifies the Heart; Calms the Mind; Harmonizes the Middle Burner.   Restless organ disorder (Zang Zao), an emotial condition that is generally attributed to excessive worry, anxiety, or mental hyperactivity. This injures the Heart-Yin, disrupts the flow of Liver-Qi, and also affects the Spleen-Qi.  Alternating laughing and crying; Frequent bouts of yawning; Hysteria; Inability to control oneself; Menopausal disorders; Mental confusion; Moan; Neurasthenia relieved by frequent attacks of melancholy and crying spells; Neurosis; Restless sleep; Urinary incontinence; Anomalous behavior; Incoherent attitude; Incoherent speech; Night sweating; Paradoxical attitude; Red tongue, sparse coating; Fine-Rapid pulse (Xi Shu).  
 
Zhen Ren Yang Zang Tang
True Man's Decoction to Nourish the Organs
Tonifies the Middle Burner; Warms the Middle Burner; Strengthens the Intestines; Stops diarrhea.   Abandoned disorder from loss of fluids due to chronic diarrhea or dysentery. The Spleen-Qi has become deficient and the intestines have lost their stability and capacity to absorb.  Childhood diarrhea; Chronic colic; Chronic diarrhea; Chronic dysentery; Crohn's disease; Incontinence of stools; Pain of the abdomen that responds favorably to local pressure and warmth; Persistent diarrhea; Rectal prolapse; Severe diarrhea; Diarrhea with blood and pus; Lethargy; Pain in the lower back; Pale complexion; Poor appetite; Tenesmus; Weakness of lower back; Weakness of the knees; Pale tongue, white coating; Slow-Deep pulse (Chi Chen).  
 

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