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Blood in Stool (stool first, then blood)
Bloody Urine
Easily Bruised
Excessive Menstrual bleeding
Maybe Bleeding Gums
Menorrhagia (uterine bleeding inside cycle - Pink & Watery)
Metrorrhagia (uterine bleeding outside of cycle)

Abdominal & epigastric distention - worse after eating
Sallow or Pale Complexion
Physical & mental exhaustion
Loose or unformed stools

T: Pale & Flabby
C: White
P: weak or thin forceless
Spleen Not Governing Blood
Clinical Manifestations
Spleen Not Governing Blood
Treatment Principle
Tonify Spleen Qi & Control Blood
Spleen Not Governing Blood
Acupoints
SP-1: Main point for Sp Gv Xue function
UB-20: SP mu to reinforce sp
ST-36: Obviously :)
SP-3: Yuan Source to Strngthn Sp
Yin Jaundice
Abdominal Pain liked warm - no pressure
Distention & fullness in epi & abdomen
Nausea
No Appetite
Loose Stools
No Thirst
Sticky sensation in Mouth
Heavy Limbs
Perhaps Oedema
Perhaps copious white vaginal discharge
Perhaps cold limbs, fear of cold, chilled

T: Normal or Pale, Swollen
C: Thick, white, & greasy or sticky
P: Soggy & Slow
Cold-Damp in Spleen
Clinical Manifestations
Cold-Damp in Spleen
Treatment Priniciple
Warm Cold, Transform Dampness, Strengthen Spleen & Stomach
Damp-Cold in Spleen
Acupoints
SP-9: Damp
SP-6: Damp
UB-20: SP Shu
CV-9: oedema
ST-28: oedema
GB-24: Jaundice
UB-19: Jaundice
CV-6: only for deficiency cold
Yang Jaundice
Scanty, Dark Urine
No Apetite
Abdominal & epigastric distention & discomfort
Nausea/Vomiting
Maybe itching skin
Thirst - no drink
Diarrhea or Loose Stool w/ foul smell
Heavy limbs, head
Sticky, greasing feeling in mouth
low grade fever-sweat provides no relief

T: Red
C: Thick, yellow & greasy
P: Rapid & Slippery or rapid & soggy
Damp-Heat in Spleen
Clinical Manifestations
Damp-Heat in Spleen
Treatment Principle
Clear Heat & Resolve Dampness
Damp-Heat in Spleen
Acupoints
SP-9: Damp
SP-6: Damp
ST-36: of course :)
CV-12: Middle Jiao Qi
UB-20: SP Back Shu
LI-11: Heat
GB-34: Damp Heat
ST-44: Clear Heat
CV-9: Diuretic Points (Drain Damp)
ST-28:Diuretic Point
CV-3: Diuretic Point
Dull ache in stomach (chronic) likes pressure
Epigastric fulness & distention
No Apetite (Food or drink)
Frequent Belching
Sallow face
fatigue, lassitude, shortness of breath

T: Pale
C: Thin & white
P: Weak
Stomach Qi Xu
Clinical Manifestations
Stomach Qi Xu
Treatment Principle
Tonify ST Qi & Strengthen SP
Stomach Qi Xu
Acupoints
UB-21: ST back shu
LI-10: Strengthen ST
PC-6 + SP-4: Nausea
CV-12: ST front mu
UB-20: SP back shu
ST-36: He-Sea of ST channel
ST-21: promote SP/ST function
CV-6: Reinforce Qi
Vague epigastric pain or
Mild burning pain in stomach
Hungry but no desire to eat
Dry stools
Perhaps dry retching or hiccups
Perhaps low grade fever & irritability

T: Red
C: Little coat or geographic or no coat
P: rapid & thin
Stomach Yin Xu
Clinical Manifestations
Stomach Yin Xu
Treatment Principle
Nourish Yin & Stomach
Stomach Yin Xu
Acupoints
UB-21: ST back shu
CV-12: ST front mu
PC-6 + SP-4: nausea
KI-6: Yin tonic
KI-7: Yin tonic
SP-6: Meet 3 leg yin channel
ST-36: ST He-Sea
Epigastrium cold w/ pain
Gurgling sound in Stomach (Succussion sounds)
Vomiting of clear, watery fluid
Constant dull pain
Sudden bouts of sharp pain
Pain aggravated by cold & relieved by warmth & hot drinks
Cold hands & feet

T: Pale
C: Thin & White
P: Slow, tight, or Wirey
Stomach Cold
Clinical Manifestations
Stomach Cold
Treatment Principle
Warm Stomach & Scatter Cold
Stomach Cold
Acupoints
CV-12: ST front mu
UB-21: ST back shu
ST-36: ST He-Sea
PC-6: Master Point for Yin Wei Mo
SP-4: Master Point for Ching Mai Mo
Moxa!
Burning Heat & pain in epigastrium
Sour regurgutation (indicates liv overacting)
Big Thirst - drink lots, likes cold
Excessive Appetite
Swelling, pain, ulceration, bleeding gums
Foul breath
Perhaps vomiting acid or undigested food
Constipation
Scanty yellow urine

T: Red
C: Yellow
P: SLippery & rapid
Stomach Fire Blazing
Clinical Manifestations
Stomach Fire Blazing
Treatment Principle
Clear Stomach Heat & Regulate Stomach Qi
Stomach Fire Blazing
Acupoints
ST-44: ST Ying Spring (clear heat)
CV-12: ST front mu
UB-21: ST back shu
ST-36: ST He-Sea
PC-6 + SP-4: Regulate Middle Jiao & nausea
LI-4: Clear heat (Command pt for face)
LI-11: (w/ ST-44) cools ST & intestines
ST-45: Clears heat from Yang Ming
Belching w/ rotten food smell
Epigastric fulness, distention & pain - no pressure
Acid Regurgitation
Detests Food
Vomits after eating (see food in vomitus)
Distention reduced after vomiting
Unformed stools or constipation
Borborygmi
Flatulance w/ foul smell

T: Normal
C: Thick & Greasy
P: Slippery
Food Stagnation in Stomach
Clinical Manifestations
Food Stagnation in Stomach
Treatment Principle
Relieve Food Stagnation
Food Stagnation in Stomach
Acupoints
ST-25: borborygmi
PC-6: Regulate MJ & stop vomiting
ST-36: ST He-Sea (fix ST Qi)
Li Nei Ting: food stagnation point
CV-12: ST front mu
CV-10: Promotes descending ST Qi