Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Dioscorea Villosa in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Sharp pain in l. hypochondrium.
Dull, heavy, grinding pain in region of liver, worse evenings.
Cutting pain in region of liver; (r. lobe).
Hard, dull pain in region of gall bladder.
Constant distress in the umbilical and hypogastric regions, with severe cutting, colic-like pains every few minutes in stomach and small intestines.
Griping, cramping pains in the umbilical region.
Twisting and sharp cutting pains in the bowels.
Bowels sore and tender on pressure.
Pain in inguinal regions extending to the testicles.
Flatulence after meals; wind colic, but with little or no hepatic derangement.
After eating nausea, faintness, distress, burning at stomach; dull, heavy pain amel. by belching; tastes food eaten; amel. of symptoms.
Headache agg. after dinner.
Rumbling in the bowels, and passing large quantities of flatulence.
Discharges of offensive flatus.
Sharp, cramping pain in pit of stomach, followed by raising, belching, and gulping enormous quantities of tasteless wind, followed by hiccough and discharge of flatulence from the bowels.
Sour or bitter eructations.
Belching of large quantities of tasteless wind momentarily relieving the distress at the stomach.
Faint, uneasy feeling at stomach.
Constant distress at stomach, with frequent sharp pains; had to unfasten the clothing.
Distressing pain at epigastrium relieved by raising sour, bitter wind.
Burning at the stomach.
Sharp, cutting pains in epigastrium.
Faintness at epigastrium.≡ more ...