micro acupuncture and Urinary Tract Infection [UTI]

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   UTI [Urinary Tract Infection] known as acute cystitis or bladder infection begins when germs get into the urinary tract. It can cause problems anywhere from urethra to the bladder and up through the ureters all the way to the kidneys. When it affects lower tract known as cystitis and upper tract known as pyelonephritis, a kidney infection.


   Includes pressure in lower pelvis, frequent urge to urinate and painful urination. The infection usually is not serious if given attention. But when it spreads to the kidneys, it can cause major damage.

   Signs of UTI;

   •Bladder stones are most likely to form in chronic cystitis bladder infection or chronic retention of urine or can cause bleeding from bladder, difficult and painful passing of urine and other lower abdominal pain.

   •Dehydration from low fluid intake is a major reason in stone formation. Sometimes may be symptoms of fever and chills, painful urination, pus in urine, cloudy or foul-smelling urine.

   •Signs of a kidney infection include fever, nausea, vomiting, flank pain and pain in one side of the lower back.

   Prevention first

   •Acidic fruits are better choice in UTI case as Vitamin C increases the acidity level of urine, which in turn helps decrease the number of harmful bacteria that may be present in urinary tract system.

   •Citrus juices and fruits like oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruits and clementine are all acidic, better option to take more.

   •Fluids intake especially water to not less than 3 liters a day, unless not restricted. Water helps flush urinary tract, so make sure to drink plenty!

   •Milk and dairy product are to be avoided more particularly at night.

   •Do not hold the urine when need to urinate! Empty the bladder. Women are often in a rush to finish task before needing washroom. Holding urine, when need to go, can help any bacteria that may be present develop into a full-fledged infection.

   •Better to take shower instead tub bath, which helps to prevent bacteria from entering.

   •Always wear cotton fabric lets moisture escape while other fabrics can trap moisture, creating a potential breeding ground for bacteria.
Persons with spinal injury are at increased risk for UTI in part because of catheter use, and in part because of voiding dysfunction.

   Observe and apprise if it eases.

   TriOrigin a new stage in the development of Oriental medicine. It pays attention to the organic interrelationship between the affected parts and the meridian. While the western medicine looks at visible pathological phenomena, acupuncture looks at invisible fundamental life energies running all over the body along meridians, the situation of so-called Ki. The process is by using extra fine micro needles at precise energy gates on the joints to encourage natural healing and improve functioning in the miniature form of hands. To make it effective in natural way, may put ‘colors’ pulse size dots with marker pen to aide in syndromes.

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The upper part of the abdomen contains all the important organs of digestion and excretion~ the stomach, intestines, liver and gall bladder, pancreas, kidneys and ureters as well as the spleen and adrenal glands.  The lower abdomen~ pelvis contains the internal organs of reproduction~ ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus in women and seminal vesicles and prostate in men and the bladder.
Abdominal pain may result from disorders in any of these organs or the lymph glands that drain them, in the tissues that surround them, or in tissues of the abdominal wall. Much less commonly, pain may be referred to the abdomen from other parts of body, such as chest organs or the spinal cord.
CAUSES: Disorders of stomach and intestines are among the causes of abdominal pain. They include, peptic ulcer disease, gastroenteritis, appendicitis, colitis, diverticular disease, dyspepsia, and bowel obstruction or perforation.
Disorders of the digestive glands may be responsible among them hepatitis, cholecystitis, gallstones and pancreatitis. Digestive system pain may be felt in the upper, middle or lower abdomen, is often spasmodic and may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.
Urinary tract disorders, including nephritis, pyelonephritis, urinary stones and cystitis, are possible causes. Kidney pain is often also felt in the small of back, and bladder disorders cause pain in the lower abdomen or genitals.
Disorders of the reproductive system can also cause abdominal pain. In women the commonest causes are dysmenorrhoea; disorders of early pregnancy, such as miscarriage; ectopic pregnancy, salpingitis or other pelvic infections and endometriosis, ovarian cysts and ovulation pain. These conditions usually cause lower abdominal or lower back pain and may be accompanied by abnormal bleeding or discharge from the vagina. In men the commonest cause is inflammation of prostate gland.
The severity, speed and circumstances of onset, together with the site and the accompanying symptoms will usually indicate whether the cause of abdominal pain is minor or serious.
One should take professional advice if pain;

  • is sudden and severe
  • follows a blow or injury to the abdomen or back
  • remains severe or gets worse over two hours
  • is associated with vomiting especially of blood, fever or fainting
  • occurs in a woman who is or may be pregnant, especially if it is accompanied by dizziness, fainting and or any abnormal bleeding from vagina
  • the pain is bad enough to interfere with sleep or normal daily activities
  • bouts of pain are recurrent
  • there have been previous attacks of similar pain due to peptic ulcer disease, gallstones, kidney stones or suspected appendicitis
  • pain is persistent, even if not severe, in a child under 6 or an elderly person.

The causes of abdominal pain may be suspected from the patients description of its onset, nature, site, and other symptoms and signs. Investigations including blood tests, X-rays and ultrasound may be needed to confirm a tentative diagnosis.
Usually, gall bladder pain is felt under the right ribs and may be constant or spasmodic.
Peptic ulcer disease causes pain behind the lower end of breastbone.
Appendicitis pain starts around the navel and later settles in the lower right abdomen.
Pancreatic pain is felt deep in the upper abdomen.
Kidney pain is felt in the small of the back.
Pain from the uterus, tubes and ovaries is felt deep in the lower abdomen and pelvis, and may spread to the lower back or the inner side of the thighs.
A blocked ureter may cause spasmodic pain that spreads to the genitals or groin.
Pain, disorder is most probably caused by shortage of energy in respective area. Therefore, preference should be given to tonify that correspondence area. The syndromes of pain may effectively be overcome through TriOrigin abdwhich itself is a new stage in development of Oriental medicine. TriOrigin quickly arrests PAIN syndromes of various etiology. A fast-effective removal of pain syndrome makes treatment period shorter and the patient’s cure quicker. In overall, if either in meridians or chakra creation process sedation of coldness energy aide in syndromes!
TriOrigin a powerful medicine, which aids in strengthening the immune system and serves to prevent diseases, control pain and increase both the ability to function and quality of lives. It has shown to promote the health and improve the function. It has also helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine. Several conditions can be dramatically improved or remedied in full including such type of abdominal pains. The beauty is that each treatment caters to the needs of an individual patient.

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