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Distended abdomen+urinary problems

my mother (64) has been having very distended abdomen for months, although she has not put on weight and she has not made any changes in her dietary habits. She is 1.70 and her weight is 55kg. Her stool ist mostly ok, she goes once a day like always. But her abdomen is very swollen although she feels no pain. When urinating, she complains that the bladder never fully empties, she often goes 2-3 times within 10mins because she says the bladder is never fully empty like in the past and this happens several times. Causticum has helped with the urinary issues a lot. Sepia and Staphysagria had helped in the past but not this time. She is living with my father (74) who was a sometimes violent person and still remains a tyrannical person who has a huge variety of what he calls psychological punishments and has many ways to show her how dsgusting he finds her every single day. Every single day he finds a reason to shout and punish. They sleep in different beds. Do you have any suggestions to help? Thank you
 
  marcellina on 2018-07-17
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