Pediculus Capitis - Abdomen symptomsHead-louse, Pediculus Ped.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Pediculus Capitis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Violent colic making her scream and weep for half an hour at 9 p.m.
Abdomen and stomach
Hunger, with inability to swallow food; the pharynx feels contracted, followed by faintness and nausea; at 8 A.M. and at noon (sixth day),
Aversion to food (eighth and twentieth days),
Thirst, with hoarseness; less scraping in the throat; in the evening (ninth day),
Constant nausea, in the evening (nineteenth day),
Difficult digestion, with contraction of the stomach (seventh day),
Colic in the stomach, with lancinations in the umbilical region (third day),
Slight colic (second day),
Violent colic, making her scream and weep, for half an hour, at 9 P.M. (eleventh day),
Colic and diarrhoea, after dinner (second day),
Colic and diarrhoea after dinner.
Hunger with inability to swallow food; the pharynx feels contracted, followed by faintness and nausea.
Constant nausea; difficult digestion with contraction in stomach.≡ more ...