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Natrum Carbonicum - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Natrum Carbonicum: Head congestion

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


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ABDOMEN

Abdomen

Pains in hypochondria.

Very weak digestion; after eating, hypochondriacal humour.

Lancinations in the l. hypochondrium, sometimes after drinking anything cold.

Lancinations in hepatic region (chronic inflammation of liver).

Violent stitches in hepatic and splenic regions.

Pain in abdomen, after waking in morning.

Abdomen (hard) enlarged and distended.

Nocturnal pains in abdomen, with tension in upper part of abdomen, and diarrhoea.

Colic, with retraction of navel, and hardness of integuments of abdomen.

Swellings on abdomen, as if intestines distended by wind here and there.

Shootings and diggings in abdomen.

Shootings and drawings in sides of abdomen.

Swelling of glands of groin and axilla; generally painful.

Appetite

Bitter taste in mouth.

Acid taste in mouth, while tongue is loaded with a thick coating.

Violent thirst, and uneasiness after drinking anything cold.

Extreme, voracious hunger, esp. in morning, arising out of a sensation of faintness and emptiness.

Empty eructations (after eating).

Gluttony.

Repugnance to milk and diarrhoea after partaking of it.

Eating

Frequent risings during and after a meal.

Heartburn after fat food.

Frequent hiccough, esp. after a meal.

Pyrosis and scraping in throat, esp. after partaking of fat food.

Pressure in stomach, esp. after a meal.

The food tastes bitter.

Incessant thirst; great desire for cold water a few hours after dinner.

Great weakness of digestion, with peevishness and hypochondriacal humour, after a meal, or the least departure from regimen.

Distension, heaviness, and aching in stomach and epigastrium after a meal.

Flatus

Accumulation, incarceration, and painful movements of flatus in abdomen.

Abundant expulsion of flatus of a sour or fetid smell.

Nausea

Sensation of qualmishness in stomach, and continued nausea.

Sensation of emptiness in stomach, with nausea.

Vomiting

Violent retching in morning, without actual vomiting.

Stomach

Stomach weak, easily disordered.

Waterbrash.

Painful eructations.

Painful sensibility of region of stomach and epigastrium, on being touched and while speaking.

Drawing, pressive, and incisive pains in stomach.

Contractive cramps in stomach.

Colic, with constriction around stomach.

Gnawing and pressure with gone feeling 10 or 11 a.m., amel. from eating.

Distension of stomach and epigastrium.

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