The Bladder

The bladder stores urine and controls urination. When the bladder is disordered, it can cause urination disorders and difficulty urinating. The bladder's ability to urinate is due to the energy transformation of the kidneys. When this energy transformation breaks down, it can cause difficult urination and retention of urine. Kidney deficiency can cause dribbling of urine and incontinence.

Bladder dampness-heat is a common syndrome observed in urinary infections, urinary calculus, and prostatitis, with symptoms such as frequent urination, pain during urination, difficulty urinating, sudden interruption during urination, reddish-yellow and greasy coating on the tongue, and sliding and rapid pulse. To treat this syndrome, it is necessary to clear up heat and remove dampness.