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Carbo Vegetabilis - Abdomen symptoms - Hahnemann

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HPUS indication of Carbo Vegetabilis: Exhaustion
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Carbo Veg in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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ABDOMEN

Abdomen

A little wine at once cause heat.

During eating, perspiration on the forehead.

During eating, sudden throbbing in a tooth.

After eating, severe palpitation of the heart.

After eating, great sleepiness.

After supper, sleepiness, with red, hot face.

When he eats or drinks, he feels as if his abdomen would burst.

After eating but little, inflation of the abdomen and rumbling in it.

After a moderate breakfast, at once full and satiated.

After a moderate breakfast, fullness, eructation, general heaviness; writing proceeds slowly and with difficulty.

During and after eating, pinching in the belly.

After enjoying breakfast, weakness.

After a moderate breakfast, a general sweat.

After eating, headache.

Frequent empty eructation, the whole day, chiefly in the afternoon.

Frequent empty eructation, and preceded by transient pinching in the belly.

Empty eructation after soup, and every time he drinks.

Sensation of constant heartburn; acid always rose up into the mouth.

Frequent sensation, in the forenoon, of something hot and acrid rising up the oesophagus.

Waterbrash.

The region of the stomach is very sensitive.

Heaviness of the stomach, and, as it were, trembling therein.

Painfulness of the stomach, in walking and standing, as if heavy and pendant.

The stomach seems tense and full.

Tension and pressure, extending transversely across the stomach from the ribs.

Pressure in the stomach, after rumbling in the abdomen.

Pressure in the stomach as from an ulcer, worse if touched.

Pressive sensation below the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 24 h.).

A constant painful pressure in the scrobiculus cordis and the epigastrium, seemingly in the stomach, after 7 P.M.

An anxious pressure in the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 4 d.).

Cramp in the stomach, with incessant sour eructation.

Cramps in the stomach and cardialgia, with a nursing woman.

Contractive spasm of the stomach, even at night, rising up into the chest, with inflation of the abdomen; she had to double up, and could not lie down, because this aggravated it; the pain came by fits and took away her breath.

Contractive sensation under the stomach.

Contractive pain beside the scrobiculus cordis, on the right side; in the morning and afternoon.

A constrictive pain below the scrobiculus cordis, aggravated by the pressure of the finger.

On lying on the back and in taking a walk, he perceives the acidity of his stomach.

Gnawing in the stomach, in the morning, before breakfast.

Scratching in the stomach, extending up the throat, like heartburn.

Burning sensation in the stomach.

Constant burning in the stomach.

Throbbing in the scrobiculus cordis.

In the right hypochondrium, a short but violent pain.

The hepatic region is very sensitive and painful to the touch.

Pain, as from a bruise, in the liver.

Tension in the hepatic region, as if something was too short, on awaking from the noon siesta.

Pressive pain in the liver, on taking a walk in the open air.

Violent tearing pain in the liver, causing an outcry.

Violent stitches in the hepatic region (aft. 48 h.).

In the left hypochondrium, a pressive pain.

Pressive lancinating pain under the left breast.

Drawing pain under the left ribs.

In both hypochondria, painful, lancinating tearing, radiating from a point close below the scrobiculus cordis, toward both sides.

Both the hypochondria are painful to the touch.

When he stoops down, it seems to him, as if sausages were lying to the right and left beside the stomach.

Pressure under the short ribs, after breakfast.

Every piece of clothing, fitting tightly to the hypochondria, presses and is unbearable to him.

Heaviness in the abdomen.

The abdomen seems to him very heavy.

Sensation as if the abdomen hung down heavily; she has to stoop forward in walking.

Pain over the whole abdomen down to the os pubis, as if all the muscular fibres were tense or indurated, which makes him very anxious.

Tension of the abdomen, constant.

Tensive and pressive pain in the right epigastrium, extending all over the stomach.

Tensive and pressive pain all over the whole abdomen, with continual restlessness and weeping, as from despair.

Pressive colic in the hypogastrium.

Pressive pain in the umbilical region.

Dull, pressive pain in a small spot in the abdomen.

A disagreeable pain in the abdomen, so that she would like to hold it always with her hands.

Pressive pain in the left side of the abdomen, moving about in the abdomen with pinching.

A pinching pressure, deep in the right side of the hypogastrium, toward the hip.

A squeezing pressure, deep in the hypogastrium.

Squeezing colic in the hypogastrium.

Frequent, squeezing colic, especially in the right side of the abdomen.

Pinching pain in different parts of the abdomen, frequently passing quickly.

Fine pinching of the abdomen, while sitting crooked.

Pinching about the navel, extending into the stomach, four days and nights (at first in the morning on rising); she had to lie down, could not stand upright for pain, with constant chill; only in the second night diarrhoea set in, worst at night (aft. 6 d.).

Pinching in the stomach, with good stool.

Pinching and lancinating pains in the left hypogastrium.

Constant pressive pinching in the epigastrium.

Contractive sensation in the abdomen.

Cutting in the abdomen, like colic, in the evening.

Colic.

Cutting in the abdomen, only momentary, but very frequent.

Cutting in the abdomen, darting like lightning through the abdomen.

Tearing in the hypogastrium, up toward the navel (aft. 48 h.).

Tearing stitch in the hypogastrium, extending up to the navel.

Lancinating pain, aggravated by breathing, in the left side of the abdomen and chest.

Crawling, running stitches deep in the hypogastrium (aft. 28 h.).

Dull, pinching stitches, as if from below outward, in the abdomen.

Burning in the abdomen.

Burning about the umbilical region.

Great anguish in the abdomen.

Pain in the abdomen, as from straining in lifting, even when she only does something with her hand whereby the arm is stretched up a little; also on touching it, the same pain appears.

Pain in the abdomen, as from straining or spraining, as soon as he lies on her side; chiefly in the left side of the abdomen.

Externally on the hypogastrium, pain as from soreness, also when touching it (aft. 4 h.).

Pain as from soreness, in a spot under the navel.

Burning pain in the skin near the navel, often renewed (aft. 4 h.).

Pain as from a bruise in the abdominal muscles.

In the right inguinal region, pressive pain.

Pinching pain in the right inguinal region.

Clucking in the left side of the hypogastrium.

Audible rumbling works about slowly in the abdomen (aft. 3 h.).

Loud rumbling and noise in the abdomen, for eight days.

Audible rumbling in the umbilical region.

Audible rumbling in the abdomen, with some pinching.

Unceasing noises in the abdomen, without tenesmus.

Eating

At every meal, nausea.

After a meal, nausea, with pressure in the stomach and then a pulling down pain about the navel, from above downward.

After a moderate dinner, hiccup, and while sitting bent forward, fine pinching in the abdomen along the spinal vertebrae on the left.

After dinner, weariness (aft. 4th d.).

After dinner, invincible drowsiness, with burning of the eyelids on closing the eyes (7th d.).

After dinner, the abdomen very much inflated (9th d.).

After every dinner, great heaviness in the feet, for 8 days.

After and during a meal, anxiety.

Very frequent eructation, as well before, as after a meal, chiefly in the afternoon, for 8 days (aft. 4 d.).

By eructation, a mouth full of mucus is belched up, always a few hours after dinner.

Nausea and lack of appetite, also before breakfast still more after a meal, with anxiety, dizziness, obscuration of the eyes, and a white tongue; toward evening to had to lie down, without sleepiness (aft. 6, 7 d.).

Nausea, before dinner, even to retching.

Nausea, after every meal.

The abdomen feels full and oppressed, and as if it were filled with food, day and night, with eructation.

Violent pinching about the umbilical region, after partaking of a little harmless food; it quickly goes off through eructation and the emission of flatus.

Eructation

Eructation (aft. 1 ½ h.).

Severe, almost constant eructation.

Eructation, after eating and drinking.

Sweet eructation.

Bitter, scraping eructation.

Sour eructation toward evening, in the open air.

Sour eructation, after drinking milk.

Sour eructation, with burning in the stomach.

Flatus

Eructation is always empty, and connected, especially in the afternoon, with accumulation of flatus in the abdomen.

Pressive sensation in the region of the stomach, going off by the passage of flatus, with rumbling.

Pinching in the scrobiculus cordis, as from flatus.

Bellyache, as after catching cold; it is aggravated before the passage of flatus, and continues even afterward.

Tension of the abdomen from accumulated flatus, which, however, passes copiously and easily in the afternoon.

Pressive colic, with tenesmus and passage of hot flatus, which relieves it.

Pressive colic, with rumbling, and with the passage of warm, humid, odorless flatus, which removes it.

The pinching in the abdomen arises almost only in the afternoon and evening, and seems caused by flatus, after the passage of which it passes away.

Accumulation of flatus in the left epigastrium, more toward the back, with a squeezing pain.

The flatus is obstructed here and there in the abdomen, below the short ribs, in the region of the bladder, causes squeezing and pressure, and gradually goes off with sensation of heat in the rectum.

The flatus inflates the abdomen in the afternoon.

The flatus causes intermittently a paralytic sensation in the left thigh (aft. 5 d.).

Colic from flatus, with passage of odorless flatus.

The flatus moves about in the abdomen, and there are single stitches now here now there, especially in the left side, toward the ribs.

Much flatus, with rumbling and audible moving about in the abdomen, in the afternoon.

Flatus keeps moving in the abdomen (at once).

Flatus keeps moving about deep in the hypogastrium.

There is a moving about in the abdomen, and much flatus, partly loud, partly noiseless and somewhat moist, passes.

After the rumbling, discharge of much flatus.

Fermentation in the abdomen, then diarrhoeic stool with discharge of flatus of putrid odor.

Discharge of much odorless, loud flatus, with frequent eructation (aft. 4 d.).

Discharge of some odorless flatus, with much working about of flatus in the abdomen (aft. ½ h.).

In the afternoon, suddenly a great quantity of flatus, passing without trouble (aft. 36 h.).

Excessive discharge of odorless flatus, in the morning on awaking.

Even what else was easily digested, causes much flatus and inflation of the abdomen.

Flatus of putrid odor (aft. 1 ½ h.).

Much very fetid flatus (aft. 1 d.).

Discharge of flatus of a putrid odor, and lastly also humid, with painful bearing down toward the sacrum and thence of the abdomen (aft. 2 h.).

Nausea

Momentary attack of nausea.

Nausea, in the morning, an hour after awaking, with qualmishness in the stomach.

Nausea, every forenoon, about 10 or 11 o'clock.

Nausea, at night.

Continual nausea, without appetite and without stool.

Aching in the scrobiculus cordis, in the evening, with sensitiveness of the same to the touch, with nausea and loathing if she only thought of eating.

Vomiting

Nausea, with inclination to vomit (4th d.).

Often, an inclination to vomit, but he did not.

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