The progressing of Chinese medicine has been divided into four stages since Chung Zhong-Jing set up the system of clinical diagnosis and treatment in East-Han Dynasty. During the course of development, the book, Qian Jin Yao Fang written by Sun Si-Miao in Tong Dynasty has gotten the highest appraisal. Sun concluded many ancient medical scholar's experiences and in gynecology， he was deeply influenced by Zhong-Jing and Chao Yuan-Fang's Zhu Bing Yuan hou Lun. The four characters of Sun's gynecological treatment were warm-invigoration, febrifung, invigorating blood circulation and therapy by astrigents. However, the gynecological treatment in Qian Jin Fang has much affected the later generations. The concept of warm-invitoration was the forerunner of warm-invigoration schools in Ming Dynasty. And then, the drugs such as Chuanxiong rhizome, Peach kernel, rood sage root and Bugle weed etc. which were often used for treatment of disorders of menstration in Song Dynasty. The drugs for febrifages such as Mowtan bark, Walfberry bark, Scutellaria root and Coptis root etc. set a good example to the physicians in Jin Dynasty. Meanwhile, the drugs, such as Dragon's bone, Oyster shell, red halloysite and cuttlefish bone etc., were essential ones when the later physicians treated sudden profuse or persistent vaginal bleeding and troublesome leukorrhea.