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Bladder musculature necrosis (striated musculature), left.
In addition, bladder sphincter (sphincter) Exception: no necrosis!


Unable to adequately mark the territory.

  • for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
  • for the left-handed person concerning partner

Example: a child is banished to the children’s room by parents at night


Hamer Focus:

HH interhemispheric right, a) motor cortex center b) cerebral medulla at pelvic area.

Aktive phase:

Bladder muscle necrosis

Bladder sphincter slackened, no necrosis


The muscle becomes thicker than before. The sphincter closes in the vagotonic phase.


Epileptic seizure of the bladder muscles.

Sphincter becomes flaccid. That is why the epileptic urinates in the epileptic crisis.

Biological Sense:

At the end of the healing phase and permanent.

To be able to mark better with enough urine.



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