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Kalmia Latifolia - Abdomen symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Kalmia Latifolia: Lumbar pain

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


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ABDOMEN

Abdomen

A sensation of weakness in the abdomen, rising up into the throat; when violent it is sometimes relieved by eructations, but returns immediately,

Occasional pain across the abdomen,

Sensation in the bowels as if there would be a cathartic operation, but none followed,

Pain in the bowels, which drove me to stool; stool passed with tenesmus, at 10.30 A.M. (fifth day),

After breakfast, cutting pain in the bowels, followed by a loose stool, which relieved the pain (fifth day),

Cutting colic during the stool,

Eating

Distress in the stomach after dinner, as though it was overloaded (fourteenth day),

Nausea

Incarceration of flatulence, with nausea,

Eructations and nausea,

Emptiness in the stomach, which caused headache and nausea (after first dose, eighth day),

Uneasiness at stomach, not nausea, nor yet exactly the same feeling produced by the infusion,

Hypochondria

Pain in the hypochondriac region (second day),

Stitches in the left hypochondriac region, at 8 A.M. (seventh day),

Pain in the right side, in the region of the liver,

Umbilical and Sides.

Pain about the umbilicus (fifth day),

Pains in the right side of the abdomen,

Pain in the right side of the abdomen, followed by a pain in the right gluteus muscle,

Pressure in the right side of the abdomen,

Stomach

Thirst.

Increased thirst (fourteenth day),

Thirsty,

Eructation.

Belching of wind,

Digestion better,

Rumbling and a sense of emptiness in the stomach, as if I had had no breakfast (third day),

Warmth in the stomach,

Sensation of warmth through the epigastric region, which gradually increased (half an hour after last dose),

Glow through the epigastric region, with a feeling as though some new action was going on there (after two hours and three-quarters),

Some glow in the stomach,

Slight glow felt in stomach, with vertigo and prickling in the skin (after half an hour),

Feeling of weakness, extending from the abdomen up into the throat,

Emptiness in the stomach (fourteenth day),

Disagreeable feeling at stomach (after six hours),

Pain in the epigastrium (second day),

Feeling of contraction in the stomach (after three hours and a half),

Sensation of gradual contraction of the stomach, forcing its contents up into the oesophagus,

Pain in the stomach as if something were tearing the walls from their connections (ninth day),

Drawing-tearing pain in the epigastrium, which was aggravated by the slightest movement, even on attempting to talk (fifth day),

Pressure in the pit of the stomach, relieved by sitting erect, aggravated by sitting bent over; with a feeling as though something were pressed down beneath the pit of the stomach,

Gnawing in epigastric region; a feeling of emptiness in same region, at 8 A.M. (seventh day),

Nausea and vomiting

Nausea, etc; with the vertigo; with flickering before eyes; with pressure in throat; with oppression of chest; with pains in elbows, ; with entire loss of sight (after half an hour), ; with blackness before eyes, ; with incarcerated flatulence,

Nausea, in the evening, followed by some dulness and aching in the head (second day),

Nausea, soon after the stool, at 10.30 A.M. (fifth day),

Excessive nausea, with dimness before the eyes,

Momentary nausea, with incarceration of flatus, in the afternoon while riding, followed by a stool, with cutting pain in the bowels (third day, after repeated doses),

Continual retching (after half an hour),

Vomiting, with ruminating action,

Vomiting began (after two hours and a half), recurred every three or five minutes for an hour, without the least nausea; considerable bile thrown up towards the close, with an action like rumination,

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