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OMD Types of Pain

OMD Interrogation: Pain (Types)

Types of PainAnswer
Soreness, dull ache Deficiency (four limbs or trunk) or Dampness
Heaviness Dampness or Phlegm (limbs, head or whole body), Qi Deficiency
Distending Qi Stagnation (Hypochondrium, epigastrium, lower abdomen, chest, head)
Fullness Retention of food (epigastrium, lower abdomen)
Emptiness Qi and Blood Deficiency or Kidney Deficiency (head)
Feeling of Cold Cold or Yang Deficiency (abdomen or limbs)
Burning Heat or Empty-Heat (epigastrium or limbs)
Sharp, cramping Cold or Blood stasis (epigastrium, lower abdomen)
Spastic Liver Blood Deficiency with Liver Qi stagnation (limbs, abdomen), Liver Yang Rising (head)
Stuffiness Spleen Deficiency with Heat or Phlegm (chest, epigastrium)
Pushing Qi Stagnation (hypochondrium, epigastrium)
Pulling Liver Wind (head)
Cutting blood Stasis (lower abdomen)
Throbbing Liver Yang Rising (head)
Boring Blood Stasis (head, chest, hypochondrium, epigastrim, lower abdomen)
Lurking (latent, hidden pain) Qi and Blood Deficiency or Empty-cold (abdomen, lower back)
Pain in daytime Dysfunction of Qi or Blood
Pain in Night-time Yin Deficiency or Blood stagnation
Intermittent pain Qi Deficiency or Qi Stagnation
Constant pain Blood stasis
Created by: sbusbu