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Calcarea Carbonica - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Carbonate Of Lime, Calc carb, Calcarea, Calcarea Carbonicum, Calc c, Calcium carbonicum, Calcarea Carbonica Ostrearum, Calcarea Carbonica Hahn. Cal carb, Calcarea carb, calc. carb., cal carb, Calc.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Pains generally shooting, or tensive, or pressive, with swelling and induration of the hepatic region.

Stinging pain in the liver (during or after stooping).

Painful pulling from the hypochondria and the back, with vertigo and obscuration of sight.

Tension in the two hypochondria.

Inability to wear tight clothes round the hypochondria.

Tension and inflation of the abdomen.

Frequent gripings and shootings in the sides of the abdomen, in children.

Frequent attacks of griping, chiefly in the epigastrium.

Shootings or pinchings, and aching in the abdomen, even without diarrhoea.

Sensation of cold in the abdomen.

Pain, as of excoriation and burning, in the abdomen.

Swelling and induration of the mesenteric glands.

Enlargement and hardness of the abdomen.

Incarceration of flatulency.

Pressure of wind towards the inguinal ring, as if hernia were about to protrude, with noise and borborygmi.

Painful pressure, pullings, griping, and shootings, or heaviness or traction in the groins.

Swelling and painful sensibility of the inguinal glands.


Unpleasant taste in the mouth, mostly bitter, or sour, or metallic, esp. in the morning.

Burning or constant thirst, esp. for cold drinks, and often with total absence of appetite.

Continued violent thirst for cold drinks (at night).

Hunger, a short time after having eaten.

Bulimy, generally in the morning.

Repugnance to tobacco-smoke; desire for salt things, for wine, and for dainties.

Weakness of digestion.


Colic, with cramp-like and gnawing contractive pains, esp. in the afternoon, and sometimes with vomiting of food.

The pains in the abdomen appear chiefly in the morning, in the evening, or at night, as well as after a meal.

Pyrosis after every meal, and noisy and constant eructations.

Vomiting of food, or of bitter mucus, often with incisive and cramp-like pains in the abdomen.

Flow of saliva from the stomach, even after a meal.

The vomitings appear chiefly in the morning, at night, or after a meal.

Pressive, or pinching pain in the stomach, or cramp-like and contractive pains, chiefly after a meal, and often with vomiting of food.

Insipidity, or sickly or sour taste of food.

Prolonged distaste for meat and hot food.

After a meal, heat or inflation of the abdomen, with nausea and headache, pain in the abdomen or in the stomach, or else risings and water-brash, or dejection or drowsiness.

Risings, with taste of undigested, or bitter, or sour food.


Frequent nausea, esp. in the morning, in the evening, or at night, sometimes with shuddering, obscuration of sight, and fainting.

After having taken milk, nausea or acid regurgitations.


Sour vomitings.

Sour vomiting, esp. in children, and during dentition.

Black or sanguineous vomiting.


Eructations tasting like the ingesta.

Regurgitation of sour substances.

Cramps in the stomach at night.

Pressure on the stomach, even when fasting, or in coughing, or with pressure on the hypochondria, or else with squeezing as if from a claw, on walking.

Pinchings, cutting pains, and nocturnal aching in the epigastrium.

Inflation and swelling of the epigastrium and of the region of the stomach, with painful sensibility of those parts to the touch (they look like a saucer turned bottom up).

Pain, as of excoriation, and burning in the stomach.

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