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Many women say that the pain of a stone changing places is as strong as the pain of giving birth. Did you know that?
When the kidney stones shift to the bladder or through the urethra, it is common to feel an acute, one-sided pain that moves to the lower parts of the abdomen.
Some men feel discomfort in the testicles, while women may feel it in the outer labia.
Other symptoms that you have kidney stones are lumbar pain, infertility, impotence or excessive sexual appetite, urinary problems, fragile bones and teeth, tinnitus or deafness, edema, or asthma.
In today’s video, we will talk about kidney issues and how Traditional Chinese Medicines sees them.
Let’s also check some treatments of this millenary medicine that can help.
Now that you know more ways of taking care of your kidneys, share your opinion with us.
0:00 Symptoms of Kidney Disease
0:56 Kidney health in Chinese medicine
1:57 Acupuncture for Kidney Health
2:08 Herbs and the kidney
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