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Nux Vomica - Abdomen symptoms - Hering

Poison-nut, Nux, Nux vom, Colubrina Nux-v.


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HPUS indication of Nux Vomica: Vomiting

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

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ABDOMEN

Abdomen

Colic from indigestion, with water-brash; worse after coffee, brandy or overeating.

Flatulent colic, with pressure upward, causing dyspnoea; and with pressure downward, causing urging to stool and urination.

Colic from suppressed hemorrhoidal flow.

Tension and fulness in loins, abdominal and renal region; haematuria, abdominal plethora.

Eating

Pressure under the short ribs, as from incarcerated flatulence; worse mornings and after meals.

Periodical colic before breakfast or after meals.

Gastralgia worse from food, better from hot drinks; worse in the morning before breakfast.

Pressure in epigastrium, as from a stone; worse mornings and after meals.

Jaundice, aversion to food, fainting turns; gall-stones; constipation nearly always present.

Vomiting

Hernia; sensitive, bitter vomit; labored breathing.

Hypochondria

Stitches in region of liver, worse from contact or motion.

Throbbing as from hepatic abscess.

Liver swollen, indurated, sensitive, with pressure and stinging; cannot bear the clothing tight; caused by high living; abdominal plethora, debauchery.

Stomach

Region of stomach sensitive to pressure.

Indigestion after abuse of drugs; business anxiety; sedentary habits; long watching or debauchery, after too high living.

Burning in the stomach; at the pylorus.

Clawing, cramping pains in stomach, with pressure and tension between the scapulae; pains extend to the chest or down the back to the anus, with urging to stool. θ Gastralgia.

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