Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Abdomen much distended; hard.
Relieves pain attending passage of biliary calculi.
Frequent severe cramp in the intestinal canal, especially in the evening and night, with coldness of the thighs.
Sensation of pressure or pressing from the above downward, or from before backward, in the abdomen.
Peritonitis when the pains are relieved by cold applications.
Feeling of coldness in the abdomen.
Mesenteric glands swollen and hard in children.
Writhing, twisting pain in abdomen about umbilical region.
Flatulency and gurgling in right side of abdomen.
Swelling and painfulness of the inguinal glands.
Bearing down in uterine region.
Pressing, pinching, or spasmodically squeezing and contracting pains in stomach, particularly after meals, with vomiting of food.
Tight clothes about the hypochondria are unbearable.
Feeling as if laced below the hypochondria, with trembling and throbbing in the epigastric region.
Tightness in both hypochondria.
Pressure in hepatic region, with every step, when walking.
Stitches in hepatic region during or after stooping.
Pressing pain in stomach, as if a load or stone were in it, after moderate supper; worse from motion, better lying quiet on back.
Pit of stomach swollen like a saucer turned bottom up; painful to pressure.
Some forms of gastralgia, with great anguish, with sensation of fixed weight in stomach.
Cutting pain in the epigastrium.≡ more ...