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Urinary Incontinence

Kidney Qi Deficiency

Common among the elderly and those recovering for serious illness.

Clinical Manifestations

  • Frequent urination and incontinence, mostly in the evening.
  • Kidney Qi and/or Yang deficiency symptoms
  • T: Pale
  • P: Deep, weak especially in the kidney positions.

Lung and Spleen Qi Deficiency

The problem begins with Spleen Qi sinking and is worsened by the spasmodic action of the abdomen with coughing.

 


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