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Graphites - Abdomen symptoms - Hahnemann

Black Lead, Graphite, Graph.

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



While eating, perspiration.

During and after eating, a pressive headache.

Immediately after eating, colic.

Just after eating, feeling of fullness, and for several hours, a sourish, contractive taste, as if arising from the stomach.

When she eats anything, it inflates her abdomen.

After breakfast, coldness and shivering through the whole body.

Abortive eructation; eructations would constantly arise, but they cannot.

Much eructation, with the taste of the ingesta (aft. 4 d.).

Green, bitter water rises in her mouth, in the morning, on drinking or just after eating, for four days in succession.


Rancid heartburn.


Retching up of much mucus, in the morning, with normal appetite and stool.

Stomachache, like voracious hunger, from morning till in the afternoon.

Insipidity, and sensation, as if the stomach was spoiled, while the appetite is good.

Pain in the stomach, with oppression and anguish.

Pains on the right side of the stomach, which always go off on eructation.

Pressure in the stomach all day, only relieved by lying down and by the warmth of the bed but it recurs at once when rising again from bed.

Pressure in the region of the scrobiculus cordis, the whole forenoon, relieved by eructation.

Contractive pain in the stomach (aft. 6 h.).

Stitches, frequently in the stomach and in the belly.

Shooting and throbbing in the scrobiculus cordis.

Feeling of coldness and great emptiness of the stomach.

Burning in the stomach, then heat in the whole body and then sweat.

In the hypochondria, tension as from a tight bandage, with oppression of the chest.

Shooting in both hypochondria, forcing the person to lie down (3d d.).

Throbbing under the short ribs, at night, on awaking.

In the region of the liver, immediately after breakfast, such acute pains, that she had to lie down again.

Stitches in the right hypochondrium, in the morning, just after rising.

Acutely painful stitches in the hepatic region, so that she had to grit her teeth together.

In the splenic region, a pressive pain.

Shooting in the right hypochondrium, toward the back, like splenetic stitches.

Stitches in the left hypochondrium, on moving the body.

Burning in the left hypochondria region, when sitting; going off by motion; frequently recurring.

Pain in the stomach, going off by pressing on it.

Pain to the right in the hypogastrium, more violent at every step and every breath.

Violent colic in the morning, for several seconds; then a diarrhoeic and afterward a firm stool (aft. 6 d.).

Heaviness in the hypogastrium, with urging.

Fullness and heaviness of the abdomen.

Fullness in the abdomen and stomach, with loss of appetite, with constipation for four days (aft. 12 d.).

Inflation of the abdomen, chiefly after eating, with painful sensitiveness when pressed upon.

Inflation of the abdomen, with rush of blood to the head, heaviness in the head, vertigo and dizziness (aft. 4 d.).

Severe inflation of the belly, with dullness and heaviness in the head.

Distended abdomen (aft. 6 d.).

Distended abdomen, with diarrhoeic stool.

Griping in the belly, by jerks, both when at rest and in motion; attended with much thirst, without appetite.

Contraction, pinching and cutting about the navel; soon after, a natural stool (soon after taking the medicine).

Pinching in the abdomen, especially in the region of the caecum (immediately).

Cutting colic, on taking a walk.

Cutting colic, in the morning, with repeated, but not diarrhoeic stool.

Dull shooting in the left side of the abdomen.

Cramp-like shooting in the hypogastrium (17th d.).

Drawing pain in the abdomen, at night, with urging to stool, but without diarrhoea.

Twitches in the abdomen (aft. 1 h.).

Twitches in the side of the abdomen.

Digging pain in the abdomen.

Qualmishness in the hypogastrium.

Burning on (in) the left side of the abdomen.

Burning on a small spot in the left side of the abdomen.

Burning and cutting in the abdomen.

Tension in the groins, when walking.

Violent pains in the right inguinal region, a burning and urging as if the intestines would be forced out there, and these seemed to be moving; worse on stretching the body, relieved on stooping.

Stitches in the groin.

The glands in the left groin are painful as if swollen.

Sensation of swelling in the left inguinal glands, so that he cannot make a sufficiently long step in walking; and yet they are not swollen, and do not pain when touched.

Swollen glands in the right groin (9th d.).

Swelling and great sensitiveness of one of the inguinal glands.

An inflamed glandular lump in the right groin.

Flatulent colic when taking a walk.

Growling in the abdomen, in the morning, in the bed and for some time after rising.

Rumbling in the abdomen, after drinking.

Continual rumbling in the abdomen, as if diarrhoea was setting in.

Loud rumbling in the abdomen.

Clucking in the right side of the abdomen, down into the lower limb, as from softly falling drops.

Croaking as from frogs, in the abdomen.

After the stool, distension, restlessness and pinching in the abdomen.


After dinner, chaotic feeling in the head.

After a meal, rancid heartburn.

After a meal, pain in the stomach, relieved by drinking something.

After a meal, pressure like cramp in the stomach, from the fauces to the navel (aft. 24 d.).

After a meal, grasping pain in the stomach.

Soon after a meal, burning in the stomach, with heaviness in the body and ill-humor.

An hour after a meal, fullness in the abdomen, as if he had eaten too much.

After a meal, she cannot bear anything tight about her abdomen.

After a meal, great stiffness, pressure and shooting in the sore foot (aft. 5 d.).

After dinner, drowsiness.

After a meal, he is weary and falls asleep.

After dinner, shivering on the lower limb on the right side.

Sour regurgitation of food.

Hiccup, in the morning after rising and after dinner.

Hiccup after a meal, with dullness in the head or drowsiness.

Hiccups after every meal, whether hot or cold.

Qualmishness in the stomach, after dinner.

Qualmishness, as if arising from the abdomen, with contractive pain below the navel and much mucus in the throat, chiefly in the morning and several hours after a meal.

Severe inclination to vomit, with pretty good appetite, both when fasting, and also during, before and after eating; then vomiting of water (not of food); with much secretion of saliva (aft. sev. d.).

She immediately vomits her dinner up again, without nausea, but with a sickly aching in the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 10 d.).

Griping pain in the stomach in the forenoon, going off during and after the dinner.

Gnawing clawing in the stomach, before dinner.

Burning in the stomach, when fasting and before a meal, forcing him to eat.

Rumbling in the abdomen, during dinner.


Sour eructation, with bitter taste in the mouth.


Fermentation in the stomach, followed by discharge of flatus; then alternately in the body, a dull pressure, drawing and shooting; then weariness in the eyes.

Hard, tensive pressure in the abdomen, extending from the hypochondria deep into the hypogastrium, both at rest and in motion, and without any trace of flatulence; nor does the discharge of flatus give any relief.

Fullness and hardness of the hypogastrium, with sensation as from incarcerated flatus, chiefly in the evening and at night.

Abdomen thick, as if from accumulated and obstructed flatus; she cannot put on anything that presses on the hypochondria.

Spasmodic colic, at night; an excessive cramp-pain of all the intestines, alike unbearable at rest and in motion without any trace of flatulence; at the same time deficient secretion of urine.

Flatulence arises suddenly, and presses painfully toward the abdominal ring (aft. 3 h.).

Much flatulence, arising with griping in the stomach and loud rumbling; the flatus passed off with much violence upward and downward, without relieving.

Incarceration of the flatus in the hypogastrium, especially in its side, with growling.

Almost involuntary discharge of flatus; he can hardly restrain it.

Frequent discharge of fetid flatus, with occasional inflation of the abdomen.

Discharge of much fetid flatus, which is constantly generated anew.

Before every discharge of flatus, there is colic.

After the discharge of flatus, bellyache.


Continual eructation, with nausea and lack of appetite all the day (at once).

Nausea, for several hours (at once.).

Nausea, at noon, with loathing of beef-tea, several days in succession.

Nausea, like fainting, as if coming from the left hypochondrium.

Griping in the stomach, with nausea, she had to spit continually, almost like waterbrash.


Great qualmishness and nausea before supper, without any inclination to vomit.

Nausea, with inclination to vomit, the whole day (at once).

Nausea, with inclination to vomit, in the region of the stomach, for two minutes in the morning, just after rising (the first 8 d.).

Nausea, with inclination to vomit, in the morning, after rising, with dizziness, as if owing to darkness before the eyes; the imagined he would fall over in walking; at the same time, paleness of the face, for two weeks.

Inclination to vomit, in the afternoon, with flow of water from the mouth (2d d.).

Vomiting, brought on at every slight qualmishness, with flow of much water from the mouth.

Vomiting in the afternoon, after a two hours' walk, with great nausea; sudden weariness and a severe chill for several hours.

Vomiting, with nausea and colic, the whole day, without diarrhoea.

Vomiting, with nausea and colic, for two days in succession (aft. sever. h.).

Vomiting of all the ingesta, with nausea.

She has to vomit owing to the pressure on her stomach.

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