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The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Fullness in the flanks:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to fullness in the flanks
Chen Xiang Hua Qi Wan
Aquilaria Rectify the Qi Pill
Moves Qi; Subdues Rebellious Qi; Eliminates food retention.   Food retention in the stomach due to improper diet.  Acid regurgitation; Belching; Chest pain; Chronic cholecystitis; Chronic hepatitis; Duodenal ulcer; Fullness in the flanks; Fullness of the chest; Gastric ulcer; Gastritis; Painful flanks; Poor appetite.  
Xiao Chai Hu Tang
Minor Bupleurum Decoction
Harmonizes the Shao Yang; Disperses half-exterior, half-interior pathogenic influences.   Lesser Yang-stage of the six stages of disease, or the half-exterior, half-interior aspect of the eight parameters of disease.  Acute viral hepatitis; Alternating fever and chills; Bitter taste; Breathing difficulty; Cholecystitis; Dizziness; Dry throat; Flu syndrome; Fullness in the flanks; Fullness of the chest; Heartburn; Intercostal neuralgia; Jaundice; Malaria; Nausea; Respiratory tract infection; Sour taste; Vomiting; Poor appetite; Tongue with thin-white coating; Wiry pulse (Xian).  
Hao Qin Qing Dan Tang
Artemisia Annua and Scutellaria Decoction to Clear the Gallbladder
Clears Heat and Damp-Heat from the Gall-Bladder; Regulates Stomach-Qi; Transforms Phlegm.   Damp-Heat and turbid Phlegm in the lesser Yang channels battling the protective and nutritive Qi to penetrate deeper into the body.  Acid regurgitation; Acute cholecystitis; Acute gastritis; Acute hepatitis; Alternating fever and chills (high fever, slight chills); Bitter regurgitation; Bitter taste; Chest pain; Fullness in the flanks; Fullness of the chest; Hypertension; Ménière's disease; Nausea; Painful flanks; Vomiting of bile; Bronchitis; Coronary disorders; Malaria; Pneumonia; Pyelonephritis; Thirst but no desire to drink; Thirst with desire to drink; Red tongue, thick-greasy-white or thick-greasy-yellow coating; Right pulse: soft, rapid (Ru Shu) or slippery, rapid (Hua Shu) or wiry, rapid (Xian Shu); Left pulse: wiry, rapid (Xian Shu).  

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