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OMD Food&Taste

OMD Interrogation: Food&Taste (Main patterns of digestive symptoms)

ST Qi Deficiency Slight epigastric discomfort, dull, slight pain improved by eating, poor appetite
SP Qi Deficiency Poor appetite, slight abdominal distension, loose stools
ST Qi stagnation epigastric distension
SP Qi stagnation Abdominal distension
ST Qi rebellious hiccup, belching, nausea, vomiting
SP Qi rebellious Loose stools, diarrhea
ST Blood stasis (stagnation) stabbing, fixed epigastric pain, vomiting of blood
SP Blood stasis (stagnation) stabbing, fixed abdominal pain, blood in stools
ST phlegm a feeling of oppression of the epigastrium, sticky taste, nausea, poor appetite
Retention of Food in ST a feeling of fullness and pain of the epigastrium, sour regurgitation, nausea, poor appetite
Retention of Food in SP a feeling of fullness and pain of the abdomen
Created by: sbusbu