Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
After little eating and drinking, distension of the stomach and abdomen.
After partaking of thin liquid nourishment, in the evening, he is as if stuffed full, with much cramp-like pressure.
After supper, colic.
After supper, cramp-like pressure of the stomach, and when it ceases, a sensation in the intestines, as if diarrhoea was coming, but it does not appear (aft. 7 to 8 d.).
After dinner, strong heart-beats.
After a meal, he feals the heart-beats, without laying the hand on his chest.
After eating, an irresistible deep; then a shaking chill and a cough from tickling.
After supper, strong inclination to sleep.
After supper, perspiration all over the face.
Much eructation, even in the morning, on awaking while fasting.
Frequent eructation, with the taste of the ingesta.
Regurgitation of the ingesta.
Gastric acid rises even into his throat, a sort of heartburn, all day.
Belching up of acid stuff, late in the evening.
Belching up of brownish, acid liquid, with burning, coming up from the scrobiculus cordis (heartburn) (aft. 8, 9 d.).
Heartburn (aft. 1 h.).
Qualmishness in the stomach, with collection of saliva in the mouth (aft. 3 h.).
Water-brash and colic (aft. 445 h.).
The region of the stomach is painful to the touch.
Quick pain in the stomach, as if it would distend it.
Fullness of the stomach in the afternoon.
Distension of the region of the stomach, toward the left side.
Pressure in the stomach, the whole day (aft. 7 d.).
Pressure in the stomach, even fasting.
Pressure, transversely across the stomach.
Pressure in the stomach, as of a body lying there, heavy and fast.
Pressure in the stomach, as if there were a lump in it, after a moderate supper, for an hour.
Pressure in the stomach, with collection of saliva in the mouth.
Pressure in the stomach, in the evening before lying down, like choking.
Severe pressure in the stomach, like cramps, for two hours; she could not stay in bed for it, but had to rise.
Severe cramp in the stomach in the afternoon, till sweat broke out all over.
Cramp in the stomach and abdomen, cutting and compressive.
Griping in the scrobiculus cordis.
Gnawing and, as if were, jerks in the stomach.
Lancinating pain in the scrobiculus cordis, on pressure, especially severe after a stool.
Stitches, transversely through the region of the stomach.
Pain, as of soreness in the stomach.
Burning in the stomach.
Anxious pain in the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 6 h.).
Anxiety, as if coming from the stomach, when sitting, with a hot burning in the abdomen; soon disappearing in walking or standing (aft. 26 h.).
In the hypochondria, tension.
As if constricted, below the hypochondria, with trembling and beating in the region of the stomach.
Tensive squeezing pain in the whole hypochondrial region and in the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 10 h.).
Dull, pinching choking, close under the scrobiculus cordis (at once).
Griping, pinching sensation in the whole hypochondriac region, extending to below the sternum, here it becomes lancinating, causing eructation (aft. ¾ h.).
Violent pinching in the hypochondriac region and the chest, terminating now and then in a little stitch (aft. ½ h.).
Griping in the hypochondriac region, below the scrobiculus cordis, with chill of the whole body.
Close fitting clothing about the hypochondria is intolerable.
In the region of the liver, tensive pain.
Tension and pressure in the region of the liver, as if it was very thick there, ready to burst.
Pressive pain in the liver, especially at night, when its hardness is also most sensible.
Pressure in the region of the liver at every step in walking.
Drawing pain in the posterior hepatic region, toward the back, like darting tearing.
Drawing pain in the right hypochondrium toward the symphysis pubis.
Twitching pain in the hepatic region (7th d.).
Stitches in the hepatic region, during or after stooping.
Transient stitches in the right hypochondriac region in the forenoon, for an hour.
Stitches in the right hypochondriac region, drawing thence into the back, in the evening (aft. 30 d.).
Long stitches in the right side below the ribs (aft. 13 h.).
Shaking stitch from the hepatic region into the chest (aft. 10 h.).
Excoriative, lancinating stitch in the hepatic region, by the last false rib.
Pain as of rawness in the liver.
In the left hypochondrium, frequently during the day, paroxysms of ¼ of an hour of pressive throbbing (beating), both when at rest and in motion.
Sharp pinching together in the region of the left lower ribs.
Pain in the abdomen, above the hips, when walking and breathing (aft. 6 d.).
Aching in the hypogastrium, even when only walking a few steps, with sensation of heat in the whole body (aft. 5 d.).
Pressure in the abdomen, from the scrobiculus cordis downward.
Pressive bellyache below the navel early after rising, like a pressing into the abdomen, with constipation (aft. 12 d.).
Severe pressure in the hypogastrium, and hard stool (the first days).
Pressure in the hypogastrium, during violent bodily exertion.
Pressure in the abdomen, with stitches in the scrobiculus cordis downward.
Pressure in the hypogastrium, which muddles the head.
Inordinate distended abdomen.
Severe distension of the abdomen, with colic, frequently during the day.
Fullness of the belly, in the evening, so that he can hardly move, with violent colic.
Distended, hard abdomen.
Tension in the abdomen (the first days).
Tension in the abdomen, while sitting after violent exercise.
Tension and cutting in the hypogastrium (aft. 15 d.).
Squeezing and straining, close below the navel, after supper, aggravated by walking, and later passing into inflation of the abdomen.
Contractive pains in the abdomen, toward the sacrum (aft. 40 d.).
Contractive colic in the epigastrium, so that she had to walk crooked, excited chiefly by deep breathing (aft. several d.).
Contractive sensation in the abdomen and in the scrobiculus cordis, with appetite now too strong, now too weak.
Contraction of the abdomen toward the chest, at once in the morning, for one hour (aft. 18 h.).
Gnawing, griping in the abdomen and stomach, starting from the chest.
Frequent severe cramp in the intestinal canal, but especially in the evening and night, with coldness of the thighs (aft. 8, 29 d.).
Cramp-like contortion and convulsion about the navel (aft. 4 d.).
Snatching together in the hypogastrium toward the womb, for several days, with discharge of bloody mucus in the stool (aft. 17 d.).
Writhing in the intestines.
Writhing, cutting pain in the abdomen.
Pinching in the belly (the first days).
Pinching in the hypogastrium (aft. 8 d.).
Pinching deep in the hypogastrium, in the region of the bladder, with pain at every step, as if the internal parts were drawn down by a weight.
Pinching in a small spot below the navel, which on being rubbed, passes over into a clucking (aft. ½ h.).
Cutting in the left side of the abdomen, going off after a soft stool.
Violent cutting in the abdomen, in the morning on awaking.
After the passing away of a severe cold lasting two days, frequent attacks of colic, with great exhaustion and wretched complexion, for many days, which is then suddenly quite removed by dipping into cold water (aft. 19 d.).
Cutting pain in the right lumbar region, pressing outward; going off only transiently by touching.
Stitches, transversely through the abdomen, below the navel, on inspiring.
Stitches in the abdomen (aft. 17 d.).
Stitches in the belly, extending through to the back, with arrest of breathing.
Transient stitches in the abdomen, especially on inspiring.
Stitches in the hypogastrium.
Stitches in the left side of the abdomen toward the sacrum, more frequent in the evening and on turning the body, or when stooping.
Drawing, in the abdomen, and restlessness in it, in the morning on awaking.
Jerking tearing, down in the side of the abdomen (aft. 36 d).
Pain as of soreness in the hypogastrium, with painful tension on holding the body straight, or on bending it backward (aft. 16 d.).
Burning in the abdomen, frequent.
Burning pain below the navel, for some hours, in the afternoon.
Pain, at times burning, at times lancinating below the navel, into the flank, which is inflated, more in the left side.
In the groin, aching, as from a concussion (aft. 24 h.).
Pressive tension, in the region of the left groin (aft. 8 h.).
Heaviness and drawing pain in the groin.
Twitching pain in the right groin, when sitting (aft. 18 d.).
Cutting pain in the groin, around the os pubis (aft. 21 d.).
Straining in the groin, in the hernia, in the rectum and the back, with stitches in the chest.
Stitches in the groin, in the place of the hernia, as if the inguinal hernia was about the protrude.
Pain as of excoriation in the right inguinal region.
Pain as from soreness, on both sides of the groin, as if a glandular swelling was forming, especially sensible when walking; on touching it, an elevation of the glands was sensible (aft. 10 h.).
In the inguinal glands, straining, also when sitting (aft. 40 d.).
Tearing in the inguinal glands, when sitting and walking (aft. 9 h.).
Sensation of swelling in the inguinal glands.
Slight glandular swellings in both groins.
Painful glandular swelling in the groin, the size of a horse-bean (aft. 20 d.).
Swelling of the glands in the left groin (aft. 22 d.).
In the muscles of the abdomen, twitching, during the stool.
Tearing in the muscles of the abdomen, increased by respiration.
Pinching, almost cramp-like pain in the abdominal integuments of the right groin; in a small spot, only while speaking; also painful on being pressed, with the finger (aft. 8 h.).
Tension in the muscles of the epigastrium, on leaning back, with painfulness on stroking the epigastrium with the hand, as if the skin was ore (aft. 10 d.).
Pricking as from needles, in the abdominal muscles, below the ribs, from within outward, especially on inspiring.
Much rumbling in the abdomen.
Loud rumbling and grumbling in the abdomen, as if from emptiness.
Grumbling in the abdomen on inspiration and on expiration.
Continual grumbling in the left epigastrium (aft. 4 d.).
Constant cooing in the belly.
Clucking in the left side of the abdomen, with restlessness in the abdomen, painless.
Audible churning in the right side of the abdomen, as if diarrhoea was coming.
Much fermenting in the abdomen.
After scarcely eating half enough for dinner, he feels qualmish; the ingesta regurgitate into the mouth, with nauseous taste, and constant eructation follows, for three hours (aft. 20 d.).
Regurgitation of food.
After all food, eructation, with the taste of the ingesta.
After a meal, much eructation.
After dinner, at once distended, hard abdomen.
During dinner, pinching in the belly, starting from the navel (aft. 18 d.).
During the meals, loud rumbling, just above the navel.
After dinner, stitches in the region of the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 9 d.).
After dinner, pressure in the crown and in the forehead.
After a meal, the drawing pressive headache around the temple is always aggravated, and comes even while eating, with a great sensitiveness of the teeth; when chewing, he feels as if these were loose and were being bent over.
Two hours after dinner, rush of blood to the head, with heat of the face.
After dinner, exhaustion and sensation of weakness (aft. 9 d.).
After dinner, drowsiness; he takes a nap.
After dinner, cold feet.
Even after six hours, risings with the taste of the food, eaten at dinner.
Burning, rising up the throat after every meal, especially after hard, dry viands.
Contractive pain in the stomach for several days, at times with pressure after a meal.
Fullness in the abdomen, especially after a meal.
Distension of the abdomen, only after dinner, not after supper, though she eats much.
Cutting in the abdomen, every morning, also in the evening and night; after the meal it ceased, but later there was grunting in the belly.
Frequent empty eructations.
Eructation, with taste of bile, in the afternoon.
Sour eructation in the morning.
Sourish, disgusting eructation.
Constant sourish eructation.
Rancid eructation, scratchy heartburn.
Grumbling in the abdomen and then eructation.
Thickness and elevation of the right side of the abdomen (in the hepatic region?); she always feels there a pressure and a heaviness; she dare not lie on that side; with obstruction of flatus.
Distended, full abdomen, with contraction of the rectum, holding back the flatus.
Tension in the abdomen, with inflation, the whole afternoon, without sensation of flatulence; it passed off on discharge of flatus (aft. 20 d.).
Pinching deep in the hypogastrium, as if in the region of the bladder, frequently repeated, and always with the emission of some flatus.
Frequent audible rumbling and crawling straining upwards in the right side of the abdomen, as from flatus, which also passed off.
Very frequently obstructed flatus, with rumbling in the abdomen (aft. 19 d.).
Obstructed flatus, with pain in the sacrum (aft. 19 d.).
Obstructed flatus, with much vertigo (aft. 6 d.).
The flatus passing off, is very fetid.
As soon as he had just eaten enough, nausea came on, but passed away, when the then quite stopped eating (aft. 9 to 12 d.).
Nausea, in the morning (aft. 2 h. and aft. 5 d.).
Nausea every morning, with diminished appetite.
Nausea, in the morning, fasting, with loathing, horror and shuddering.
Nausea in the scrobiculus cordis, in the morning, fasting, with things becoming back before the eyes, so that he had to sit down.
Feeling of nausea, in the forenoon.
Violent nausea in the scrobiculus cordis, in the afternoon, as from great emptiness in the stomach.
Nausea, in the evening, and heat, with very uneasy sleep.
Nausea, with cough and a short of heartburn, wakes him up about midnight.
Nausea, with anxiety (aft. 8 d.).
Nausea, like fainting, frequently.
Nausea, with emission of sourish water from the mouth.
At 11 A.M. qualmishness and nausea.
Tendency to choking in the throat, without nausea, with collection of water in the mouth, like water-brash.
Nausea, with eructation and gathering of water in the mouth, with a sort of vertigo in the head (at once).
Cramps in the stomach, with nausea, eructation and yawning (aft. ¾ h.).
Pressive colic in the hypogastrium, with nausea (for 8 days).
Colic, frequently during the day, for several minutes, like pinching, followed by nausea.
Nausea, with vomiting of the ingesta, with exhaustion, fainting and unconsciousness.
Vomiting in the morning, with nausea, the whole day, with digging pain in the abdomen.
Vomiting of sour water, at night.
Black vomiting (aft. 9 d.).
In the abdomen, in its middle, an enormous aching from qualmishness, without inclination to vomit, for a quarter of an hour (aft. 27 d.).≡ more ...