Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hep Sulph Calc in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Continual empty eructation, with inflation of the abdomen and stomach, during mental exertion.
Frequent eructation, with the taste of the ingesta.
Eructation after eating, with belching up of a sourish liquid which comes up into the mouth.
Water-brash, with a flow of watery saliva from the mouth, recurring the following day at the same hour.
Constant sensation as of water rising in the oesophagus, as after eating sour things.
The stomach pains, while he is walking, as if it hung loose.
Pressure in the stomach, as if lead was lying in it.
Internal pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, every morning on awaking.
Tension across the scrobiculus cordis; he has to unbutton his clothes, and cannot bear to sit.
When blowing his nose, dull pain in the scrobiculus cordis.
Restlessness, heaviness and sensation of acidity in the pit of the stomach during digestion.
Gnawing in the stomach, as from an acid, which also rises into the fauces.
In the hepatic region, stitches, when walking.
Painful rush of blood toward both hypochondria, at every step he takes.
Sensation as of stagnation in both hypochondria, at every step while walking.
A very disagreeable though quiet pain in the abdomen, almost as from a bruise, early on awaking, lasting for some time after getting up, with a similar headache in the forehead.
Pain, as from a bruise in the intestines of the hypogastrium, when walking (aft. 18 h.).
The abdomen is painfully sensitive and inflated, more while walking than when sitting (2d d.).
Pressive pain in the abdomen near to and about the hips, for fourteen days.
Severe pressure, almost lancinating, in the left side of the abdomen, when out driving.
Pressure in the abdomen below the scrobiculus cordis, while the abdomen is as hard as a stone.
Inflated, distended abdomen.
Tension in the abdomen, all the day.
Spasmodic, pinching tension in the abdomen, several times during the day.
Cramps in the abdomen.
Contractive pain in the abdomen.
Pinching pain in the abdomen, as if from taking a cold.
In the morning, pinching in the abdomen, with a soft stool (for many mornings).
Cutting pains in the abdomen.
Cutting pain in the abdomen, without diarrhoea, for several days, toward evening.
Shooting pain in the abdomen.
Violent stitches in the left side of the abdomen, immediately below the ribs.
Splenetic stitches when walking.
Pain, as from excoriation in the left side of the abdomen.
Pain, as from soreness, above the umbilicus.
Pain, as from excoriation, in the hypogastrium.
Drawing pain in the abdomen.
Drawing pain in the epigastrium, and at the same time above the sacrum (at once).
Fermentation in the abdomen, above the navel, with eructation of hot air.
Whirling sensation above the navel.
Feeling of emptiness in the intestines.
The glands in the groin become painful, especially when touched, with a sensation as if they were swollen.
Abscesses of the inguinal glands, buboes.
Rumbling in the abdomen.
During dinner, a frequent burning itching on the forehead and cheeks.
After dinner, hot regurgitation.
Immediately after dinner, fullness in the hypogastrium.
After meals, great lassitude.
After a meal, sensation of heat in the abdomen.
After dinner, severe palpitation and oppression of the chest, with a desire of taking a deep breath.
After dinner, hard distension of the abdomen, for three hours (3d d.).
Pressure in the stomach after a light meal.
Pain, like constriction, in the abdomen before the meal.
Colic stitches, cutting and pinching here and there in the abdomen, as if from flatulence, for many hours after a meal; the pain is more intense at every pulsation.
Frequent eructation, with smell and taste.
Eructations, with burning in the throat.
Hard pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, rising up from the abdomen and only relieved by the passage of flatus.
The stomach distended, as if by flatulence, with ice-cold hands.
In the left hypochondrium, distension as from flatulence.
Distended, swollen abdomen, without flatulence.
Every morning, a moving about of flatus in the abdomen, with a disagreeable feeling, like a kind of colic, especially in the sides of the abdomen.
Noisy motions of the flatus in the abdomen.
Discharge of flatus, at night.
Nausea, frequently during the day.
Frequent transient fits of nausea.
Clawing in the umbilical region, from both sides of the abdomen toward the middle, sometimes rising up to the scrobiculus cordis, and causing nausea and anxious heat in the cheeks, in paroxysms; almost as if from taking cold or from the approach of the menses.
Nausea in the morning, but without inclination to vomit, but rather as a premonition of swooning.
Morning-sickness, for several mornings, with inclination to vomit, while sitting and standing; but going off when lying down.
Qualmishness, with inclination to vomit.
Inclination to vomit, with running of saliva from the mouth.
Vomiting every morning.
Sour vomiting, in the afternoon.
Green vomiting of acrid water and tenacious mucus, with constant nausea.
Vomiting of bile in the morning, after long-continued, severe retching.
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