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Bi Syndrome - Painful Obstruction

Bladder Pathologies

Gallbladder Pathologies

Heart Pathologies

Kidney Pathologies

Large Intestine Pathologies

Liver Pathologies

Lung Pathologies

Small Intestine Pathologies

Spleen Pathologies

Stomach Pathologies

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SPLEEN IMBALANCES

Damp Cold Invading the Spleen
TONGUE: sticky thick white coat
PULSE: slippery, slow
SIGNS/SYMPTOMS: no appetite, stuffiness of the chest and stomach region which is better with warmth, sensation of heaviness of the head, general sensation of heaviness, sweet taste in the mouth, lack of taste, lack of thirst, loose thin stools, white vaginal discharge, lassitude.
SOME COINCIDENT WESTERN MEDICINE DISEASES: lassitude, depression, yeast infection, slow gastorintestinal transit, chronic fatigue syndrome, uterine fibroids, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, Meniere’s syndrome

Damp Heat Invading the Spleen
TONGUE: sticky yellow coat PULSE: slippery, rapid
SIGNS/SYMPTOMS: stuffiness of the stomach region and lower abdomen, no appetite, feeling of heaviness, thirst with desire to drink in small sips, thirst without desire to drink, nausea, vomiting, loose stools with repulsive odor, sensation of burning in the anus, scanty dark yellow urination, low-grade fever, constant headache.
SOME COINCIDENT WESTERN MEDICINE DISEASES:
dysentery, stomach or intestinal flu, peptic ulcer, jaundice, hepatitis, gastritis,

Deficient Spleen Qi
TONGUE: pale or normal colro body, possibly swollen sides and/or transverse cracks on the sides
PULSE: empty
SIGNS/SYMPTOMS: no appetite, abdominal distension after eating, tiredness, lassitude, pale dull complexion, weakness of the limbs, loose stools
SOME COINCIDENT WESTERN MEDICINE DISEASES:
depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, areophagia, gastric or duodenal ulcer

Deficient Spleen Qi - Not Controlling Blood
TONGUE: pale or normal colro body, possibly swollen sides and/or transverse cracks on the sides
PULSE: fine
SIGNS/SYMPTOMS: no appetite, abdominal distension after eating, tiredness, lassitude, pale dull complexion, weakness of the limbs, loose stools, purpura, blood spots under the skin, blood in the urine, blood in the stools, very menstrual flow, dull pale complexion, shortness of breath.
SOME COINCIDENT WESTERN MEDICINE DISEASES:
varicose veins, easy bruising, intestinal ulcers, functional uterine bleeding, metrorrhagia, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea (no menstrual flow), pelvic inflammatory disease, uterine fibroids

Deficient Spleen Qi - Qi Sinking
TONGUE: pale or normal colro body, possibly swollen sides and/or transverse cracks PULSE: empty
SIGNS/SYMPTOMS: no appetite, abdominal distension after eating, tiredness, lassitude,pale dull complexion, weakness of the limbs, loose stools, bearing down sensation in the abdomen, prolapse of the stomach, prolapse of the uterus, prolapse of the anus, prolapse of the vagina, frequency and urgency of urination.
SOME COINCIDENT WESTERN MEDICINE DISEASES:
prolapsed organs, urinary incontinence, slowed or impaired mental function listlessness, depression, chronic bronchitis, aftermath of severe illness, miscarriage, leukorrhea, insufficient lactation, anemmia, uterine bleeding

Deficient Spleen Yang
TONGUE: pale swollen wet body PULSE: weak, deep, slow
SIGNS/SYMPTOMS: lack of appetite, abdominal distension after eating, tiredness, dull or bright white complexion, weakness of the limbs, loose stools, edema, chilliness, cold limbs. 
SOME COINCIDENT WESTERN MEDICINE DISEASES: 
renal failure, gastroenteritis, gastric or duodenal ulcer, hypothyroidism, herpes, uterine bleeding, irritable bowel syndrome

 

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