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Cotyledon Umbilicus - Abdomen symptoms

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


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ABDOMEN

Abdomen

Long stitch in l. hypochondrium.

Dull pains in l. hypochondrium.

Dull pushing in region of spleen recurring at intervals.

Eating

Fulness and pricking at the cardiac extremity of the stomach, after a moderate dinner (first day),

Pricking and fulness in the right hypochondrium, after dinner (eleventh day),

Flatus

Bowels much distended with flatulence; no relief can be obtained at stool (fifth day),

Flatus (eleventh day),

Nausea

Pain at the epigastrium through to the shoulders, with nausea (fourth day),

Nausea.

Slight nausea, with headache (second and third day),

Excessive nausea (fifth day),

Pain at epigastrium through to shoulder with nausea.

Hypochondria

Bloating fulness in the right hypochondrium (twenty-second day),

Dull pain in the left hypochondrium,

A long stitch in the left hypochondrium, on taking a deep breath (after 10 drops of mother tincture),

General Abdomen.

Abdomen distended (seventh day),

Flatulent distension of the abdomen (disappearing after 15 drops of the tincture), (second day),

Borborygmus (after 10 drops of mother tincture),

Griping in the bowels, before falling asleep (fifteenth day),

Bellyache all the evening, increased immediately after eating even a little bread (eleventh day),

Twitching about the bowels, followed by a loose stool (after half an hour, first day),

Stomach

Pain in the epigastrium, as from excessive tightness (fifth day),

On swallowing, the morsel seems to pass and press against some swelling in the cardiac region, in the evening (twentieth day), recurring during the proving,

Uneasy pricking at the stomach (sixth day),

Soreness of the epigastrium (after 10 drops of mother (sixth day),

Soreness, tightness, and distension in the epigastric region (fifth day),

Beating at the epigastrium (eighth day),

The symptoms in the epigastrium are not to be relied on, as the prover was subject to slight dyspepsia,

On swallowing, the morsel seems to pass and press against some swelling in cardiac region (in evening) recurring during the pain.

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