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Kali Carbonicum - Abdomen symptoms - Hahnemann

Carbonate Of Potassium, Kali Carb, Kali-Carb, Kali-carb, Kalium Carbonicum, Kali-c.

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HPUS indication of Kali Carbonicum: Wheezing

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

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After eating soup, at noon and in the evening, as also after eating warm cake in the morning, pinching and restlessness in the abdomen.

After eating but a little, there is at once fullness and violent distension of the abdomen.

After supper, heartburn for three hours.

Frequent eructation, especially in the morning.

Ineffectual urging to eructation, and then spasmodic contraction in the stomach, in the morning and afternoon.

Loud eructation, with gathering of water in the mouth.

Acid rises from the stomach into the mouth.

Regurgitation of waters from the stomach, of this she spit out much after midnight.

Something continually tends to rise up from the stomach into the mouth (soon).


Qualmishness all day, and much eructation at once on rising.

Qualmishness, as if he would faint.


Retching for several evenings.

Retching in the throat, increasing for a time, then decreasing, with short breath.

Pressure in the stomach, with rumbling, sensation of emptiness and eructation.

Frequent pressure in the stomach, in the morning, on awaking.

Pressure as from a stone in the stomach, in the morning, in bed, relieved by hawking.

Pressure transversely across the stomach and below the hypochondria, in the evening, in bed, for half an hour.

Pressure in the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 21 d.).

Pressure in the scrobiculus cordis and the region of the lower chest, with impeded breath and rising of heat to the head, going off after one hour through eructation.

Pressure below the scrobiculus cordis, in the morning and the afternoon, relieved by bending the body backward and after eating.

Pressive pain in the scrobiculus cordis, compelling him to lie down.

Heaviness in the stomach.

Fullness and pressure in the gastric region.

Fullness in the pit of the stomach.

Feeling as if the whole gastric region was swollen.

Constant feeling in the stomach as if it was full of water.

Cramp-like pains in the stomach, with pressure in the scrobiculus cordis.

Severe spasmodic pain in the stomach, almost like pressure and cutting (soon).

Violent but intermitting pains in the stomach, relieved by walking, in the morning.

Spasmodic contraction in the pit of the stomach and across the chest.

Violent contractive pains in the stomach, also at 1 A.M., extending to the chest and axillae, where they become shooting pains, with choking in the throat and tightness of breath; then anxiety and brief perspiration, and eructation, with relieves; recurring in frequent paroxysms till the morning.

Pains as if the stomach was being screwed together, especially at night, extending into the chest and the bowels, as if they would burst the stomach, impeding the breath and speech, in paroxysms.

Constrictive pain in the stomach and toward the fauces.

The paroxysms of constrictive cramp-like stomachache are frequently followed by relieved eructation, or by chills with shivering and shaking, but affecting chiefly the hands, the back and the head, with customary stools.

Drawing and cutting across the stomach, in the morning, after rising.

Cutting stomachache, toward evening.

Sensation as if the stomach was cut to pieces, with great sensitiveness of the external gastric region, in the morning.

Painful cutting in the pit of the stomach, during and after breakfast.

Burrowing and digging in the stomach, as if it would be pierced.

Burrowing in the pit of the stomach, in the afternoon; then frequent eructation of bitter water, almost like waterbrash.

Shooting in the stomach, drawing up into the left axilla, and later into the sacrum.

Sore pain in the pit of the stomach, both at inspiration and expiration.

Twitching on the right side, near the scrobiculus cordis (aft. sever h.).

Throbbing in the gastric region, which pains when touched.

Throbbing in the scrobiculus cordis, like severe palpitation, while the scrobiculus cordis is visibly raised at every throbbing; chiefly in the morning, lasting a quarter of an hour.

Beating on the left side, near the scrobiculus cordis.

Ebullition of heat from the abdomen into the stomach, in the forenoon.

Burning in the stomach.

Burning in the stomach after eructation, in the forenoon.

Sour burning, rising up from the stomach, with slight spasmodic constriction.

Great sensitiveness of the external gastric region, when touched, when eating, talking, etc.

Itching, externally on the scrobiculus cordis; it does not go off by scratching.

In the hypochondria, a simple pain, with growling there.

Stitches in the hypochondria and the scrobiculus cordis, taking away the breath.

Burning stitches in both costal regions frequently recurring in the afternoon (12th d.).

Pain in the liver, when walking, for several days in succession.

Pain in the liver, as if pressed sore.

Pressure toward the liver, as if starting from the right side of the chest, with throbbing in the gastric region, which is painful when touched.

It changes the pressure in the liver into a sensation of heaviness there.

Drawing pain in the liver.

Cutting pain in the right infra-costal region, with pressure in the scrobiculus cordis.

Lancinating tearing, in the right infra-costal region.

Shooting in the hepatic region, which feels like splenetic stitches.

Stitches under the last true rib, when taking breath (1st d.).

Stitches under the last true rib, unconnected with breathing, for four days.

Stitches between the middle ribs on the right side, when sitting (1st d.).

Dull stitches in the right side, below the ribs, in the morning.

Dull stitches in the hepatic and the right inguinal region.

Sharp stitches in the hepatic region.

Dull stitches frequently on a small spot of the hepatic region, with sore pain when touched (18th d.).

Pinching stitches in the hepatic region.

Shooting throbbing on a rib of the right side, opposite the scrobiculus cordis.

Sensation of heat in the hepatic region.

Burning pain in the hepatic region (the first days).

In the left costal region, tearing shooting, arresting the breath.

Cutting pain in the left epigastrium, coming from the lower part of the chest, where there are stitches at the same time.

Bellyache with severe pain, which at times extended even to the hip, till late at night (1st d.).

Bellyache, with much eructation and spitting of saliva.

Pressure in the abdomen.

Pressive pain in the epigastrium, extending to the scrobiculus cordis, in the evening (35th d.).

Pressure in the hypogastrium (26th d.).

Severe pressure in the left side of the abdomen, from stooping (9th d.).

Pressive pain on a small spot in the left hypogastrium, in the evening (39th d.).

Distention of the abdomen with pressive pain, sensation of fullness, lassitude and indisposition to any movement and to mental occupation.

Sensation of distension in the hypogastrium below the navel, going off by motion.

Abdomen much distended.

Very much inflated and distended abdomen, after the cough has disappeared on taking Kali.

Inflated abdomen.

Hard inflation of the abdomen, with painfulness of the umbilical region, when touched.

Inflation, pressing asunder and pinching in the abdomen, followed by a soft stool.

Bloated abdomen.

The hypogastrium, as it were, distended, and heaviness in it, when sitting and walking (aft. 3 h.).

Sensation of a heavy load in the hypogastrium, the pain is more pressive than pinching and most intolerable when walking (aft. 3 h).

Cramp-like colic (aft. 25 d.).

Spasmodic contraction of the abdomen, causing a coldness.

Contractive pain in the abdomen.

Painful indrawing of the umbilical region while sitting; it goes off by moving.

Pressing out of the hypogastrium, repeatedly (aft. 10 d.).

Pinching colic in the epigastrium, in the morning (11th d.).

Pinching colic in the hypogastrium (30th d.).

Twitches in the hypogastrium.

Pinching in the epigastrium, toward noon (25th d.).

Pinching in the abdomen, and inflation of the same.

Pinching in the abdomen in the morning in bed, after previous chill, with urging to a soft stool.

Cutting in the bowels, with severe pains; to relieve himself he has to sit bent forward, and press on the abdomen with both hands, or else recline far backward; he cannot sit up straight.

Cutting in the left epigastrium.

Frequent cutting in the abdomen, as if diarrhoea was imminent.

Frequent light cutting about the navel.

Cutting in the abdomen, as if everything would be torn, first deep in the hypogastrium, then higher up (1st d.).

Cutting and drawing in the abdomen, like false labor-pains (12th d.).

Tearing at times twitching, in the right side of the abdomen or the flank, in the evening (16th, 17th d.).

Intermitting tearing or dull stitches in the left hypogastrium near the hip (11th d.).

Stitches in the abdomen, in the forenoon and again in the evening.

Shooting in the right side of the abdomen, when laughing.

Shooting, like fine twitches, in the right side of the abdomen.

Shooting in the left side of the abdomen, below the ribs.

Sharp stitches and shooting tearing in the left side of the abdomen, below the short ribs (8th, 9th, 17th, 24th d.).

Several violent stitches in the hypogastrium (aft. 6 h.).

Dull shooting on the right side, near the navel (19th d.).

Dull stitches and pressure in the left epigastrium (10th, 20th d.).

Dull stitches in the left renal region, first during expiration, afterward in close succession, going off by rubbing.

Sore pain in the abdomen, with pressure toward the genitals, as in the menses; and pain in the sacrum.

Pain, as from contusion, in both renal regions, long continued, in the afternoon, when sitting (1st d.).

Beating in the abdomen.

Burning and drawing in the abdomen.

Sensation of cold in the abdomen, as if a cold fluid were passing through the bowels (during the menses).

Chill and swashing in the abdomen, as if it was full of water but mostly only on the right side, in the evening.

The abdominal muscles are painful when touched.

Itching on the hypogastrium for several days (aft. 10 d.).

Itching about the navel.

In the right groin, pain as from something swollen.

Pain in the right inguinal region, on drawing in the abdomen (29th d.).

Pressure in the groin, as from a hernia.

Pinching in both groins, then shooting in the anus like needle-pricks when sitting; still worse on rising; lastly it comes on when walking about and is aggravated in sitting; with tenesmus.

Drawing shooting and outward pressure in the inguinal region, as if the old cicatrix of an operation for hernia would open again.

Stitches in the groins and flanks, on moving or stretching.

Sudden lancinating pain in the left, inguinal region, during stool, with swelling of the glands.

Intermittent, clucking, outward pressure, in the right inguinal region (27th d.).

Moving about in the abdomen, then cutting in the stomach, with pressure extending to the throat, both at rest and in motion.

Constant growling in the abdomen, with frequent eructation and yawning.

Clucking in the left hypogastrium, when pressing on it.


Before and after dinner, paleness of the face and nausea, vertigo with eructation, weariness of the lower limbs and coldness of the hands and feet; but not without appetite.

During a meal, he is seized with drowsiness (aft. 2, 4 d.).

After meals, very tired and sleepy.

After meals, great drowsiness, with chill and yawning.

After meals, weariness, with throbbing in the scrobiculus cordis and headache.

During dinner, peevish, cross mood, with drawing pain in the head (30th d.).

After dinner, constriction of the head, like as from a hoop around it.

After meals, paleness of the face.

After meals, especially after breakfast, pressure in the stomach as from a weight in it.

After meals, the abdomen is distended.

After dinner, dull shooting in the right side of the epigastrium.

After meals, tickling urging to cough (aft. 6 d.).

After meals, a chill.

After eating flatulent food (vegetables), burning from the stomach up into the fauces, like heartburn.

After meals, sour eructations.

Regurgitation of food and acid, after severe restlessness from the scrobiculus cordis.

Very ready to vomit, especially after meals.

Vomiting of food and acid, with nausea.

The constrictive cramp-like pains of the stomach are renewed by the least eating of (especially cold) food and drink.

Burrowing in the stomach, with painful contraction and a sensation as if everything in it was turning over, with rising of water into the mouth; it goes off through dinner, but returning afterward, with burning extending up into the throat.

Shooting pain in the stomach, with a sensation as if everything in it would turn over, returning after dinner.

Pinching below the navel during dinner, and after rising from the seat, burning in the right inguinal region, with great sensitiveness of the same, both internally and externally, and a sensation on stooping, as if something would fall out, going off gradually while at rest.

Burning around the navel, with pinching in the abdomen, during dinner.

Painful inflation in both groins, after dinner, while sitting.

Cooing in the epigastrium (before dinner), as if in diarrhoea and slight bellyache (1st d.).


Eructation, with the taste of the ingesta.

Eructation, as from bitter sour water.

Sour eructation, in the morning (10th d.).

Sour eructation.

Bellyache, with much eructation.


After breakfast, pressive pain in the abdomen, from flatulence, only transiently relieved by the emission of flatus (14th d.).

Frequent pain in the stomach, but seldom in the afternoon, always preceded by swashing in the abdomen, relieved by eructation and passage of flatus.

Sensation in the stomach, as from flatus.

Growling, rumbling and moving about in the abdomen, as from flatus, or as if diarrhoea was coming.

Pressive pain in the hypogastrium above the os pubis, in frequent paroxysms; it goes off by emission of flatus (1st d.).

Pressure and burrowing in the abdomen, below the navel, as from incarcerated flatus; he has to sit stooping forward, and feels worse when walking in the open air (19th d.).

Pinching pressure in the left epigastrium as from incarcerated flatus (11th d.).

Cutting in the epigastrium as from flatus moving about, with passage of flatus while walking.

Occasional shooting above the navel, as from flatulence.

Shooting in the right side of the abdomen, as after retaining the urine when asleep, relieved by emission of flatulence.

Pinching, cutting shooting deep in the left hypogastrium, as from obstructed flatus, extending to the anus and the perinaeum, painfully aggravated by drawing in the belly and but little relieved by emission of flatus (19th d.).

Straining in the groins, with sensitiveness when touched (it disappears on the emission of flatus).

Much trouble from flatulence (1st, 2d, 3d d.).

Colic from flatus.

Flatulent colic; after eructation and emission of flatus, it goes off.

Obstruction of flatus (also aft. 20 d.).

Obstruction of flatus, with bellyache.

Emission of flatus difficult and obstructed, with insufficient stool.

The flatus settles painfully on the bladder (aft. 2 d.).

Moving about of flatus in the abdomen with tenesmus; it goes off through emission of flatus.

Obstruction of flatus, in the beginning, then inordinately much emission of flatus.

Forcible emission of flatus, he can hardly keep it back.

Flatus emitted upward and downward, with relief.

Emission of fetid flatus.

Frequent emission of fetid flatus, at night.

Much emission of flatus (aft. 14 d.).


Nausea, as if she would faint, it only went off by lying down; in the forenoon.

Nausea, as if she would faint.

Nausea, for an hour in the forenoon.

Severe nausea in the stomach, with trembling of hands and feet.

Nausea as from a spoiled or empty stomach not passing off by eating, with frequent waterbrash.

Nausea with qualmishness, gathering of saliva in the mouth (and diarrhoea).


While eating (fried fish), nausea even to vomiting.

Much sourish eructation, in the afternoon with inclination to vomit.

Continual loathing, as if he would vomit (soon).

Nausea, with inclination to vomit at night in bed; it goes off gradually by rising.

Inclination to vomit, at every internal motion, every vexation and every joy, and at every time of the day; but when she has fasted, only retching.

Frequent vomiting, without any overloading or spoiling of the stomach; the next day she is weak, without appetite (aft. 13 d.).

Vomiting with sinking of strength, like a swoon.

The child becomes glowing red in the face in the morning; it vomits up its breakfast, and then becomes pale as a corpse; after vomiting several times it recovers, but remains very languid for two days.

Fits of pressure in the stomach, extending up into the chest, with want of breath even to suffocation, nausea and great exhaustion; she had to lie down, both her feet and hands trembled, relief being afforded by vomiting bitter water.

Painful contraction from both sides of the stomach, with sensation of fullness, relieved by vomiting clear water.

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