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Lachesis - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Lachesis: Sore throat

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

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Burning, drawing, or cutting pains in liver.

Acute pain in liver, extending towards stomach.

Inflammation and softening of liver.

Hepatic abscess.


Pains and stitches in region of spleen, sometimes on riding in a carriage or walking.

Enlargement of abdomen in young girls.

Sensation of emptiness in abdomen.

Pains in abdomen, in consequence of a strain in the loins.

Tearing and cutting pains in r. side of abdomen.

Cutting pains, so violent as to drive patient distracted; or acute pullings, with contraction of abdomen.

Burning in abdomen, with pressure on bladder.

Abdomen hot, sensitive; painfully stiff from loins down thighs; peritonitis; pus formed.

Inflammation of intestines.

Extravasation of blood in peritoneum.

Swelling in cćCaladium Seguinum cal region; must lie on back, with limbs drawn up (typhilitis).

Pain, as if a hernia were going to protrude.


Disagreeable, or saccharine, acid, rough, astringent, or metallic taste.

Repugnance to bread, which it is impossible to swallow.

Irregular appetite, at one time anorexia, at another bulimy.

Insatiable thirst.

Thirst, with dry tongue and skin.

Desire for wine or for milk, both of which, however, disagree; desire for oysters.


Pains, generally pressive, in umbilical region, sometimes with difficult respiration, agg. an hour after a meal, and amel. by eructations.

Acid risings, with taste of the food.

Nausea and inclination to vomit, principally in morning, or after a meal; as well as in consequence of many other sufferings.

Great weakness of stomach; it can bear neither food nor drink.

Want of appetite; complete indifference to food and drink.

Sickly craving, with nausea, convulsive yawnings and fainting fits, if food is not eaten instantly, or with gnawing and aching in stomach, which is renewed shortly after eating.

After a meal pressure on stomach, risings, vertigo, flatulency, inclination to vomit, or vomiting of food, weakness in knees, indolence, and heaviness of body, mental fatigue, uneasiness, regurgitation, diarrhoea, difficult respiration, pain in head and teeth, and aggravation of all the sufferings.


Painful distension, flatulence; can bear no pressure, surface nerves sensitive.

Frequent emission of flatus; the flatus sometimes penetrates into inguinal ring.


Abdomen hard and distended, with flatulent colic, pain in back, vomiting, diarrhoea, and diuresis.

Violent and convulsive vomiting of everything taken, or of bilious, bitter, greenish matter.

Vomiting of pure blood, or of bloody mucus.

Vomiting, with diarrhoea, obscuration of sight, pains in stomach, and diuresis.

(Every evening) cramps and violent pains in stomach, with risings, retching, and vomiting of slimy matter.


Hiccough after having drunk; or after smoking tobacco.

Violent empty risings, with danger of suffocation.

Risings, which amel. the sufferings.

Pyrosis from the throat, as if the whole of the oesophagus were filled with rancid substances.

Excessive sensibility of precordial region to slightest touch; tight garments are insupportable, and the least pressure is very painful.

Stitches extending into the chest.

Gnawing in stomach; amel. after eating, but returns when stomach gets empty.

Painless gnawing.

Pressure in stomach; after eating; with weakness in knees.

Sensation as if something encumbered the cardia and impeded deglutition.

Aching in stomach, extending to chest, and a sensation as if a worm were moving about in it and gnawing it.

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