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Argentum Nitricum - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Nitrate Of Silver, Arg. Nit, Argent. Nit, Argentum Nit, Argent Nit, Arg N Arg-n.


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HPUS indication of Argentum Nitricum: Impulsiveness

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Argentum Nitricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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ABDOMEN

Abdomen

Sensation as of a ball ascending from abdomen to throat.

Stitches through the abdomen (l. side) like electric shocks, esp. when changing from rest to motion.

Pain in abdomen as if sore; with great hunger; amel. after eating, but a trembling sets in its place.

Violent attacks of pain at irregular intervals; patient rolls on floor; descending colon tender to touch; tapeworm-like stool passes.

Fulness, heaviness, and distension with anxiety.

Griping.

Cutting pains.

Constriction as if tightly tied with a band.

Pain in hypochondria.

Intolerance of lacing round hypochondria.

Appetite

Irresistible desire for sugar (but it agg.; in the evening.)

Desire for cheese.

Sweetish-bitter taste.

Warm drinks amel.; cold drinks or ices agg. stomach pains.

Fluids go right through him (in cholera infantum).

Warm fluids amel., cold agg. pains in stomach.

Eating

Eructations of air accompanied by a mouthful of undigested food (Phosphorus Pho., Fer.).

Eating or a swallow of wine amel. head coffee agg.-The least food agg. pain of gastralgia; flatulence.

After heavy meal, epileptic fit.

Nausea after each meal, esp. after dinner.

Flatus

Flatulence.

Nausea

Pressure with heaviness (sensation of lump) and nausea.

Eating relieves nausea, but agg. stomach pains.

Vomiting

Vomiting of some fluid, of bile, black vomit; with anxiety in precordia.

The vomited substance tinged the bedding black.

Awakens at midnight with oppression at stomach, as from a heavy lump, inducing vomiting; in the morning throws up glairy mucus, which can be drawn into strings.

Stomach

Gastralgia, esp. in delicate, nervous women; brought on by any emotion, loss of sleep, or at menstrual period.

Inflammation of the stomach; gastro-enteritis.

Gnawing pain in the l. side of the stomach.

Trembling and throbbing in stomach.

Most gastric complaints are accompanied by violent belching.

Warmth at epigastrium.

Gnawing ulcerative pain in epigastrium.

Stinging, ulcerative pain in l. side of stomach, worse from touch and deep inspiration.

Pain increases and decreases slowly.

Small spot between xiphoid and navel sensitive to slightest pressure; pains radiate in all directions.

Pain in l. side of stomach below true ribs, agg. during inspiration and on touching the parts.

Stomach pains are accompanied by intense spasm of chest muscles and dyspnoea; excessive accumulation of wind; nervous feeling or sensation as if squeezed in a vice.

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