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ABDOMINAL PAIN

This very broad category should be investigated by a doctor to ensure there is no serious underlying condition. This area can be subdivided into Muscular and Internal.

Muscular Pain

 Disperse  
 SP6
 Three thumb widths above the inner ankle bone on the very back edge of the bone.
 ST36
 Three thumb widths below the kneecap and on the outer side of the leg one thumb width from the outstanding angle of the leg bone.
 GB34
 In the hollow on the outside of the leg just below the top of the lower leg bone (fibula).

For other abdominal pain:

Upper Abdomen

 Disperse  
 SP4
 On the inside of the foot in the hollow below the upper end of the 1st metatarsal bone.
 ST24
 On the abdomen one thumb width above the umbilicus and two thumb widths to the side of centre.
 CV10
 Two thumb widths above the umbilicus on the centre line.
 ST36
 Three thumb widths below the kneecap and on the outer side of the leg one thumb width from the outstanding angle of the leg bone.
 CV12
 Four thumb widths directly above the umbilicus, (mid way between it and the bottom of the centre of the breastbone).

Middle Abdomen

 Disperse  
 K5
 One thumb width below the mid point of a line joining the point of the ankle bone and the Achilles tendon (ie one thumb width below K3).
 CV6
 In the middle of the abdomen one and a half thumb widths below the umbilicus.
 ST25
 Two thumb widths either side of the umbilicus.
 CV12
 Four thumb widths directly above the umbilicus, (mid way between it and the bottom of the centre of the breastbone).
 ST36
 Three thumb widths below the kneecap and on the outer side of the leg one thumb width from the outstanding angle of the leg bone.

Lower Abdomen

 Disperse  
 SP6
 Three thumb widths above the inner ankle bone on the very back edge of the bone.
 ST29
 Four thumb widths below the umbilicus and two thumb widths to the side of the centre.
 CV4
 In the centre of the abdomen three thumb widths below the umbilicus.
 ST36
 Three thumb widths below the kneecap and on the outer side of the leg one thumb width from the outstanding angle of the leg bone.

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