To assess feasibility, and collect preliminary data for a subsequent randomized, sham-controlled trial to evaluate Japanese-style acupuncture for reducing chronic pelvic pain and improving health related quality of life HRQOL in adolescents with endometriosis. Eighteen young women 13—22y with laparoscopically-diagnosed endometriosis-related chronic pelvic pain. A Japanese style of acupuncture and a sham acupuncture control. Sixteen treatments were administered over 8 weeks. Fourteen participants out of 18 randomized completed the study per protocol.
Dear visitor, if you know the answer to this question, please post it. Thank you! Note that this thread has not been updated in a long time, and its content might not be up-to-date anymore. Are there any brand of liniment oil or stronger or any applied muscle pain relievers available in Japan?
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No one likes the pain of injections, so Japan has developed a technology whereby injections do not cause pain. Many people are bad when it comes to injections. Some dislike them so much that they come to hate hospitals. However, people not only require injections when they catch a cold or need a vaccination—there are some people who require injections every day. For example, diabetes patients have to regularly monitor sugar levels in their blood and inject themselves with insulin—not once, but several times a day. Thus, research on "painless injections" has been conducted to help such patients battle their diseases. A single sheet of stainless steel is formed using a method that rolls each sheet into individual cylinders. The inside of the needle is carefully polished so that liquid can flow freely through it.
It has been used for years in Japan and Europe for reducing inflammation and pain due to surgery, trauma, and other inflammatory conditions. Today, serrapeptase is widely available as a dietary supplement and has many purported health benefits. This article reviews the benefits, dosage, and potential dangers and side effects of serrapeptase. Serrapeptase — also known as serratiopeptidase — is a proteolytic enzyme, meaning it breaks down proteins into smaller components called amino acids.