It was astonishing to listen to one of his experiences which shared by a famous Allopathy doctor. He is in his 70’s and an ENT specialist
That morning one day he had a problem on waking up. He had an urge to pass urine but for some reason, he was unable to do so. At an advanced age some people face such a problem sometimes and if they try two or three times they may succeed. He tried repeatedly but nothing happened. His continuous efforts didn’t bear any result. Then he realised there is a problem. Although he is a doctor he is no exception to such physical problems as he is also made of flesh and blood like everyone else. Now his lower abdomen became heavy and he was unable to sit or stand and was suffering from the pressure build-up. Immediately he called up a known urologist on the phone and explained his situation. The Urologist replied “I am at present in a hospital in the outskirts and I will be at a clinic in your area in one and a half hours. Will you be able to withstand it for that long?” He replied, “I will try”.
At that instant, he received an incoming call from another Allopathy doctor, a childhood friend. With great difficulty, the old doctor explained the situation to his friend.
His friend replied “Oh, your bladder is full and you are unable to pass urine. Don’t worry, do as I suggest and you will be able to overcome it”.
And he gave the instruction: “Stand up and jump vigorously … while jumping lift both your hands as though you are plucking mangoes from a tree. Do that 15 to 20 times”.
With a full bladder, he wants me to jump?
Though a little sceptical the old doctor tried it. What a relief to him when within 5 to 6 jumps urine started passing. He felt overjoyed and thankful to his childhood friend for solving the issue with such a simple method which otherwise would have required an admission to a hospital where they would have inserted a catheter inside the bladder, injections, anti-biotic etc etc etc resulting in a bill over thousands of Rupees in addition to physical and mental stress for him and his near and dear ones.