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Vomiting

is a common symptom in clinic, resulting from the failure of the stomach qi to descend, or from other disorders affecting the stomach.

Etiology and pathogenesis

Retention of food


Stomach and liver disharmony


Spleen and stomach deficiency

Syndrom differentiation and treatments

retention of food


liver and stomach disharmony


spleen and stomach defciency

Retention of food

acid fermented vomitus, epigastric and abdominal distention, belching, anorexia, loose stool or constipation, thick, granular tongue coating, slippery pulse.

Stomach and liver disharmony

vomiting, acid regurgitation, frequent belching, distending pain in the chest and hypochondriac regions, irritability w/an oppressed feeling, red tongue and thin, sticky tongue coating, wiry pulse.

Spleen and stomach deficiency

Sallow complexion, vomiting after big meal, loss of appetite, lassitude, weakness, slightly loose stool, pale tongue, red tongue and white tongue coating, thready and forceless pulse.

Points

CV12, ST36,PC6,SP4




Supplementary points




Retention of food: CV10


Stomach and liver disharmony: LV3


Spleen and stomach deficiency: BL20


Persistent vomiting: Jinjing, Yuye (extra)