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If you’re familiar with kidney stones, then you know passing one is an incredibly painful experience that everyone should do their best to avoid.

A recent study conducted by researchers from the Clinic of Ankara Training and Research Hospital in Ankara, Turkey suggests having sex at least three to four times per week can help with the spontaneous passage of kidney stones.

Two weeks after the start of the study, researchers found that 26 of the 31 participants from the sex group were able to pass their kidney stones.

Throughout the Sutta Pitaka the Buddha often compares sexual pleasure to arrows or darts.

In point of fact, the most difficult precept of all for nearly everybody to live up to is the fourth — to refrain from all forms of wrong speech (which often includes uncharitable comments on other people's real or alleged sexual failings! What precisely, then, does the Third Precept imply for the ordinary lay Buddhist?

Firstly, in common with all the other precepts, it is a rule of training.

It is not a "commandment" from God, the Buddha, or anyone else saying: "Thou shalt not..." There are no such commandments in Buddhism.

It is an undertaking by you to yourself, to do your best to observe a certain type of restraint, because you understand that it is a good thing to do. If you don't think it is a good thing to do, you should not undertake it.