Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mezereum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Sensation as of hunger continued too long; the stomach hangs down.
Severe sensation of hunger, recurring in paroxysms, with gathering of water in the mouth (at once).
Thirstlessness, at once, but on the following day great desire for drinking, without dryness of the mouth, or actual violent thirst.
Eructation, frequent, empty and without taste.
Eructation of empty air, with burning, and sweat as from anguish.
Eructation in two motions, first a thrust, then a retching pressing out of air.
Stomachache, with a sensation as if the arteries were beating against the abdominal muscles, extending up into the cardiac region.
Pressure in the gastric region.
Pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, in the evening, aggravated in paroxysms.
Jerking tensive pain in the scrobiculus cordis, when inspiring, as if a part of the diaphragm had grown fast.
Subsultus of the muscles in the scrobiculus cordis, and beside it, transient jerks.
Burning and pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, when pressing on it.
Burning and pressure transversely across the stomach, in fits, worse by pressing upon it.
Burning in the stomach.
Inflammation of the stomach.
Occasional contraction of the diaphragm under the ribs.
Pain in the abdomen, to relieve which he has to rise and to stretch himself.
Bellyache, with simple pain.
Long continued pains in the abdomen.
Pain in the abdomen for a month.
Pressive pain in the stomach, with anxiety, sot hat he cannot contain himself.
General pressure on the whole of the epigastrium, with distension of the same, by day and by night.
Pressure at night in the tensely inflated abdomen, aggravated by any other than the position on the back, with compressed breath and quickened pulse.
Heaviness in the abdomen, with anxiety.
Hard abdomen (aft. 24 h.).
Compression in the abdomen and sensation as of a load in it.
Colic pains as if the intestines were being singly clutched and compressed.
Violent colic for two days.
Tearing pains in the abdomen.
Pinching in the epigastric region.
Pinching and drawing in the abdomen, especially about the navel.
Writhing pinching in the umbilical region, for several days.
Cutting colic, below the umbilical region, for several days.
Pressive cutting in the abdomen, always toward evening.
Dull stitches, frequently, deep in the left hypogastrium, especially close above the penis.
Constant dull shooting in the left hypogastrium, aggravated by pressure and walking.
Tearing stitches, in the right half of the epigastrium, followed by pressure.
Burning and sensation of heat in the abdomen (soon).
Inflammation of the bowels.
Pain in the abdomen, in the bed, as if from cold, wet weather.
Sensation of the intestines and the stomach, as if they were empty, and flapped about in walking, in the morning, after a sufficient breakfast.
Painful moving about in the abdomen, as if she should have diarrhoea.
Sensation as if bubbles of air were forming in the epigastrium, between the scrobiculus cordis and the navel.
In the groin, shooting pain, toward the ilium.
Dull stitches in the right iliac region, from within outward, oft repeated.
Violent stitches on the left side above the crest of the ilium, more toward the back, arresting the breath.
Dull shooting pain in the right inguinal region, then tearing there.
Sudden pain in the left groin, like pressure on a sore spot, worse when expiring and stooping.
Pressing asunder in the right abdominal ring, when urinating; ceasing by bending the knee, returning on raising himself.
In the inguinal glands, a drawing pain.
Tenacious stool, daily, but scanty.
Small, soft, frequent stools.
Diarrhoeic stool with previous anxiety in the scrobiculus cordis.
In the brown faeces, small, white, shining grains.
Regurgitation of the food and drink partaken of, with its natural taste.
Pressing in the stomach, after a meal, as from repletion.
Pressure in the stomach, after a meal, and for some time afterward, a sensation as of undigested food therein.
Colicky pains on a small spot on the right side of the abdomen, as if a piece of the intestines was incarcerated, after a meal.
Eructation of air and acrid humor.
Eructation from drinking cold water.
Painful pressure in the abdomen wakes him from sleep at night, after very vivid dreams, with an anxious sensation, as if his abdomen had become rigid, hard and grown fast to the chest, but there is a movement in it as of flatus which is discharged.
Inflation of the abdomen, with pinching and discharge of much flatus.
Painful inflation of the abdomen, with short, anxious breathing, so that he must unbutton his clothes, attended with eructation, rumbling in the abdomen, difficult discharge of noisy flatus, chilliness and shivering, with violent yawning in the evening (1st d.).
Dull pain under the left ribs, as from obstructed flatus, aggravated by pressure; then relieving eructation.
Rumbling and rolling in the abdomen, with sometimes more, sometimes less flatus.
Sensation as if the whole abdomen was full of flatus.
Painful pinching flatus accumulates in both sides of the abdomen.
Flatus is always discharged in short and abrupt emissions.
After violent colic in the lesser intestines, a single flatus is discharged.
Frequent nausea, in the afternoon.
Nausea, with stomachache, as from being too full.
Inclination to vomit, with shaking and shivering on the whole body and gathering of water in the mouth, so that he could not spit out enough.
Violent inclination to vomit, when walking, with burning heat on the forehead.
Inclination to vomit, in the afternoon; it ceases on eating.
Great inclination to vomit, with heaving and rising of water from the stomach into the mouth; diminished by moving.
Inordinate vomiting, daily for six weeks.
Slight vomiting of green, bitter mucus, with great stolidity in the head, and hammering pain in the right frontal protuberance, lasting for several hours.≡ more ...