May not be right, but with chest caving in – GZGCT, easy sweating, SOB, pressure in head, dry lips – yang going up, loose stool and frequent urination – yin falling down. L 1st up, R side bigger. It’s what first comes to mind.But don’t worry: I still remember asking Arnaud a question years ago – ‘This patient with digestive problems has such a big dong between L 1&2 that I can’t work out what the rest of the pulse is’ – Arnaud stated — ‘well, then it’s obvious what needs treating, isn’t it?’