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Urinary Tract Disorders

Last updated: 12 February, 2018
by Naomi Jankowski, Gynaecological Acupuncture

Urinary problems (including urinary tract infections–UTI–that are no longer responsive to antibiotic treatment) overactive bladder, nocturia [see research on Chinese medicine and UTI] and enuresis [see research on Chinese medicine and enuresis] all respond to herbs and/or acupuncture, although in this area particularly the more chronic the problem the longer it will take to fix. Interstitial cystitis can eventually improve, but is notoriously hard to remedy in the impatient [see research on Chinese medicine and interstitial cystitis].

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