Immediate analgesic effect of needling acupoints (bilateral De Qi vs unilateral De Qi) on primary dysmenorrhea: a multi-center, randomized, controlled trial

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In this study of 501 patients with dysmenorrhoea, the authors found that bilateral acupuncture needling to elicit deqi was superior to similar needling performed unilaterally in terms of the immediate analgesic effect of needling. [Dec 2016]
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