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Ericaf2

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I have acupuncture every 2 weeks and it's helped to reduce bladder pain and spasms.
He treats the sacral area, but also puts needles in my legs and feet to try and regulate hormones.
otty

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Hi after lots of trying various treatments and therapies I to found that acupuncture appears to work for me. I attend the hospital generally in a great deal of pain and go home pain free. Unbelievable.
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