Natrum Carbonicum - Abdomen symptoms - HahnemannCarbonate Of Sodium, Nat-carb, Natrium carbonicum, Nat Carb, natcarb, Nat-c.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Natrum Carbonicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Diarrhoea after drinking milk.
After supper, especially after drinking more freely, very ill-humored; with pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, the liver and the splenetic region.
After breakfast, when he had hardly eaten a sufficiency, pressure in the stomach and ill-humor (26th d.).
Her stomach is weak and easily spoiled.
While eating, much eructation with intense vertigo.
Immediately after eating, pinching in the abdomen, like colic.
After his morning drink, pinching in the stomach.
Frequent, also empty eructation, succeeded occasionally by heat in the fauces.
Bitter eructation, with long-continued after-taste, also at times reaching the nose.
Belching up of sweetish water, but only reaching into the throat; he had to swallow it down.
Scrapy heartburn after fat viands (aft. 3 d.).
Waterbrash (aft. 15 d.).
Ineffectual empty retching, in the morning.
The stomach aches, when it is touched (also after 48 h.).
Qualmishness in the stomach, after eating fruit, with tension in the hypochondria (10th d.).
Qualmishness and sickness at the stomach, as after taking a cold, followed by warmth in the scrobiculus cordis (at once).
Disagreeable sensation of fasting in the stomach.
Aching in the stomach, with sensitiveness to external pressure, and gathering of water in the mouth; disappearing after eating bread.
Sensation in the stomach, as if spoiled; it goes off after eating warm soup, but it comes back.
Pain in the stomach, after breakfast (4th d.).
Sensitiveness of the region of the stomach, when touched.
Pressure in the stomach (as from a stone), at times with rumbling; it disappears after eructation.
Pressure about the gastric region and retching, in the morning; it ceases after two hours, by moving about.
Pressure and griping in the stomach, with tremulousness, when walking.
Fullness in the stomach and sensation of rising from the stomach, in the morning, at 4 A.M., while in bed.
The stomach feels swollen and sensitive.
Painful contraction about the stomach, toward the two hypochondria, even so as to cause him to bend double, in the evening; relieved by stretching and by walking, aggravated by stooping and sitting; continuing even in bed till next morning, with a movement below the stomach, as if a worm was there turning about (10th d.).
Griping and gnawing, as of a worm, about the region of the stomach, from morning till evening (22d d.).
Drawing and cutting about the stomach, without and within, from morning till evening (22d d.).
Pinching and cutting in the stomach, toward the sacrum and the left side.
Stitches in the gastric region, sometimes with retraction of the same, or followed by burning.
Disagreeable tension, immediately above the scrobiculus cordis (17th d.).
Burning to the right or the left side of the scrobiculus cordis.
In the hypochondrium of the right side, twitching from time to time, in the evening.
Screwing together, and reciprocal gashing as with knives in the right hypochondrium, with oppression of the respiration.
Violent stitches in the right hypochondrium, followed by pinching in the hypochondrium (10th d.).
In the left hypochondrium, pain, when pressing on it with the hand (aft. 7 d.).
Shooting at various times, also after the pains in the stomach, in the left hypochondrium; also while walking.
Single stitches from the left hypochondrium, extending to the scrobiculus cordis, repeatedly during the day, when sitting; it also pains when touched.
Violent pains in the abdomen, ceasing after eating soup, in the forenoon.
Pains in the abdomen, in the morning, on awaking, ceasing after a stool.
Pain in the hypogastrium, above the left groin, when yawning and when breathing deeply, without pain when touched.
Pressive pain in the hypogastrium and in the sides of the abdomen, with pain when touching it, and more yet when walking.
Sensation of inflation in the epigastrium.
Heaviness in the abdomen.
Tensive colic in the epigastrium, at night, with cutting in the abdomen and diarrhoea, for several nights (aft. 12 d.).
Tension in the hypogastrium, below the navel, especially when walking and stooping.
Colicky pain in the abdomen, toward morning, with retraction of the navel and hardness of the abdominal integuments; but he went to sleep during the pain.
Twitching contraction of the abdomen, with weakness in the sacrum.
Pinching in the abdomen, even continuing after the stool.
Pinching in the abdomen at various times, also about the navel and in the hypogastrium, at times with cutting and call to stool.
Cutting pinching in the hypogastrium, in every position.
Cutting colic, in the morning (3d d.).
Cutting from the gastric region drawing on toward the navel, with a sensation as if a stool was coming.
Cutting in the epigastrium, in the morning, and in the forenoon when sitting, from both sides of the hypogastrium toward the navel, as after taking a cold while sitting.
Bruised pain of the intestines when riding on horseback, with shooting into the right side of the chest.
Sore pain in the abdomen, with downward straining, as if for the menses, relieved by external warmth, not by anything else.
Tearing in the hypogastrium, through the genitals, extending to the urethra (5th d.).
Shooting in the right lumbar region, while moving the trunk to the left side, when sitting, followed by pinching in the epigastrium (8th d.).
Shooting and drawing in the right side of the abdomen, above the hip (aft. 20 d.).
Tensive burning on a small spot, to the left of the navel.
Smarting in the hypogastrium, as from worms (12th d.).
The abdomen is painful, when touched, also when he walks.
Severe itching and erosion on the abdomen, even by day (aft. 12 d.).
Violent, dull, pressive shooting pain in the right inguinal region, on hawking after rising from the seat.
Shooting pain in the right flank, drawing into a right rib, and when taking a deep breath, into the sternum; relieved by inspiring, but recurring on expiring.
Quivering in the right flank, like throbbing, with frequent intermissions (4th d.).
Swollen glands in the groin.
Audible growling in the abdomen, without pain, in the evening.
Frequent rumbling, with pinching in the whole of the abdomen, relieved in the open air (6th d.).
Growling and rumbling in the abdomen, with inflation of some portions of it.
Rumbling noise in the abdomen (5th d.).
After dinner, peevish, cross, ill-humored, neither satisfied in the room, nor in the open air; this diminished toward evening.
After meals, at noon and in the evening, very cross, for several days.
After dinner and breakfast, severe pressure in the stomach, for several days (aft. 18 d.).
After dinner, sensation as of a heavy lump in the stomach.
A few hours after dinner, intense thirst for cold water.
After a meal, pressure on the stomach (aft. 21 d.).
After a meal, a pressure from below upward, as if the digestion could not take place downward, for three or four hours; then the hands and feet feel relaxed.
After every meal, eructation tasting of the ingesta.
After dinner, drowsy and lazy, with yawning; but as soon as he sits down to work, this proceeds briskly, and yawning and drowsiness disappear.
After meals, a chill, with internal heat, so that she disliked warmth, and yet she felt chilly when she went where it was cold.
Hiccup every afternoon, after dinner.
Violent, often long-continued, painful hiccupping, mostly in the evening, or during dinner, sometimes with bitter regurgitation from the stomach.
Nausea in the stomach, in the morning or forenoon, usually disappearing after meals, attended occasionally with water rising into the mouth.
Fullness in the stomach, in the evening, and no desire for food.
Inflation of the abdomen, especially after meals.
In the right flank, fine, intermittent pinching, more externally, after dinner.
Much eructation while eating (aft. 16 d.).
Frequent eructation (for several days).
Empty eructation (3d d.).
Sourish eructations, frequently (11th d.).
Constant eructation and much emission of flatus below.
Violent inflation of the abdomen, also in the evening, the morning and at night, at times with tenesmus, at times relieved by emission of flatus or diarrhoea.
Lumps on the abdomen, as if the intestines were here or there distended by flatus (aft. 20 d.).
Shooting and drawing in the left side of the abdomen, as from incarceration of flatus (aft. 18 d.).
Obstruction of flatus, causing the blood to rush to his head, and twitches in the face (aft. 20 d.).
Much incarceration of flatus in the rectum (7th d.).
Moving of flatus in the abdomen, at once in the morning, then two diarrhoeic stools, without any other trouble (8th d.).
Rumbling and pinching in the epigastrium, then emission of flatus, with relief (4th d.).
Flatus, with fetor as of rotten eggs.
Sour smelling flatus.
Frequent emission of fetid flatus (3d d.).
Nausea with shuddering from loathing, with fullness in the abdomen or with yawning.
Inclination to vomit and loathing, in the morning, with tingling and turning in the stomach, gathering of water in the mouth, and eructation, continuing till noon.
Intense nausea, urging to vomit, with heat in the face, severe hawking up of mucus, and retching, there ensues an actual vomiting of foamy, tasteless mucus; in the evening, after supper, it is somewhat better (6th and 7th d.).
Vomiting of a fetid, sour liquid, resembling clay-water (when coughing).
After vomiting, a dull headache, no appetite, a white-coated tongue, and a flat, offensive taste.
Pains in the abdomen, only relieved by vomiting, which occurs twice a day.
Pinching colic in the morning, with inclination to vomit, as from incipient diarrhoea.≡ more ...