It is manifested by passing difficult urination with distending pain in lower abdomen and sometimes even blockage of urine, also known as ischuria, manifested by passing difficult urination, and sometimes even blockage of urine. When there is a difficulty in urination and dripping of urine considered to be a mild disease, whereas the severe case considered being failure of urination with distention and feeling of urgency. It is because of dysfunction in the meridian bladder.
Pathogenesis: There is an accumulation of heat in bladder that impedes the qi function and leads to retention of urine. The meridian bladder and kidney, both are exteriorly interiorly related. The main function of bladder meridian depends upon warming function of kidney yang.
Accumulation of heat in bladder; Main manifestation Scanty hot urine or retention of urine, distention and fullness in the lower abdomen. There is a thirst but at the same time no desire to drink.
Decline of fire heat: Main manifestations: Dribbling urination, attenuating in force of urine discharge, pallor, listlessness, chilliness below the lumbers, weakness in knee and loins.
Damage of qi of meridian: Main manifestations: Dribbling urination or retention of urine, distension and dull pain in lower abdomen, purplish spots on the tongue, hesitant, rapid pulse.
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