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Phosphorus - Abdomen symptoms - Hahnemann

Phosphurus, Phosphorous, Phosphor, Phosphur, Phosph, Phos.

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HPUS indication of Phosphorus: Hoarseness
Common symptoms: Hoarseness, Apprehension, Bruises, Burns, Fear.

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

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If he eats in the evening, scarcely to satiety, at once discomfort in the scrobiculus cordis, disquieted sleep, and no appetite next morning.

She feels full as high up as the throat, which takes away her appetite.

After eating, even with appetite, his abdomen feels full at once.

At once, after eating, much heat in the face.

After eating in the evening, a sort of vertigo; objects appear either dark or they are invisible, while flickering zigzags and rings before the eyes impede vision; he feels as if his head turned, and he did not know whether he sat properly on his chair.

Soon after eating, violent pulsation below the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 4 d.).

After eating the least quantity, tightness of breath.

After eating but little, anxiety and restlessness in the blood.

One hour after eating, blisters on the tongue.

After eating, at noon and in the evening, distending pains in the abdomen, with much rumbling therein.

After eating, severe urging to stool.

Frequent eructation; the stomach feels as if distended by air.

Abortive eructation, at times with abortive yawning.

Constant eructation, accompanied by fermentation in the abdomen (aft. 24 h.).

During eructations, pain in the cardiac orifice of the stomach, as if something would be torn off there.

Much abortive eructation with pressure on the chest (aft. 11 d.).

Frequent abortive eructation, with the sensation as if it was full of air all around the hypochondria, which could not be expelled properly.

It he eats anything he has eructations, at first empty, then often also tasting of the ingesta, as if the digestion was not proceeding.

Eructations with gathering of water and contraction in the mouth, aggravated even to retching, with expectoration of mucus, then eructation and yawning (aft. sever. h.).

Violent eructation, with consequent pain in the chest (aft. sever. h.).

Violent eructation tasting of the ingesta, even when most innocuous, with movement and rolling about in the abdomen, as after a purgative.

Eructation tasting at times of the ingesta, then again sour.

Eructation with smell and taste of phosphorus and blue vapor from the mouth.

Eructation with taste of phosphorus, with yawning, burning and roughness in the throat, with expectoration of mucus and muddled state of the head.

Eructation with smell of olive-oil and rising through the nose, from which issues a white vapor.

Rancid taste in the throat.

Bitter, rancid waterbrash.

Regurgitation of the ingesta, and belching, without bad taste.

Regurgitation of a mouthful of bile, while stooping low.

Rising of water from the stomach into the fauces, as after eating saltpetre.

Heartburn in the morning and the afternoon.

Heartburn, for the first days.

Heartburn, after eating only a small quantity of fat.

Heartburn two afternoons in succession.

Loathing, also with shaking, for two days.

Sick and squeamish at the stomach, in the forenoon, while sitting down.

Sickness at the stomach, with vertigo and oppression in the scrobiculus cordis and eructation tasting of phosphorus.


Squeamishness in the scrobiculus cordis and soon afterward shuddering.

Painfulness of the gastric region, when touched.

Painfulness of the stomach, in the morning, when touched externally, also while walking.

Sensation of emptiness and fasting, in the stomach.

Spoiled, weak stomach for a long time.

Bad digestion.

Inflating pain in the stomach, in the morning.

Pain in the stomach, as if it was full, in the evening, till he goes to sleep.

Pressure on a small part of the stomach, and at the same time in the right temple.

Pressure in the stomach.

Pressure just above the stomach.

Pressure at the cardiac orifice of the stomach, especially when swallowing bread, which seems to stick there.

Pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, continuous, even when fasting, but more while sitting.

Pressure above the scrobiculus cordis, as from a large body, with coldness (at once).

Pressure in the stomach in the morning, in bed (aft. 8 d.).

Pressure in the stomach, in the evening (aft. 2 d.).

Pressure in the gastric region (aft. 25 h.).

Pressure in the stomach after eating, as if there was a heavy load in it.

A most severe pressure in and above the scrobiculus cordis, then also in the whole sternum and on the ribs, checking respiration, unchanged while walking and sitting (aft. 2 h.).

Sensation of great fullness in the stomach.

Fullness, pressure and moving about in the stomach.

Inflation in the abdomen and stomach, with inclination to eructation, though this does not always bring relief.

Sensation of heaviness in the stomach.

The stomach is pressed together from both sides, while sitting down.

Spasmodic sensation, like a shaking chill, in the stomach, scrobiculus cordis and the chest.

Spasms of the stomach.

Spasmodic sensation in the stomach before and after supper; this then draws into the chest, from both sides.

Spasm of the stomach in the evening when going to bed (aft. 25 d.).

Pain in the stomach, as if it was squeezed together, in the morning in bed, after perspiring.

Tensive contraction in the stomach, with sourish eructation.

Contractive pinching in the stomach (aft. 6 d.).

Contraction and gnawing in the stomach.

Griping in the gastric region, in paroxysms, lasting several minutes, and recurring every few minutes (22d d.).

Griping and writhing in the stomach, at night.

Drawing and stretching in the stomach, while driving in a carriage.

Drawing pain in the scrobiculus cordis, extending to the chest.

Cutting in the gastric region.

Stitches above the stomach and through the abdomen, which then swelled up.

Stitches in the scrobiculus cordis, so that she could not get her breath, going off through eructations; every evening at ten o'clock.

A stitch in the gastric region.

Clucking, growling and rolling in the stomach, or a sensation as if air bubbles exploded, with tendency to eructation.

Painful jerks from the stomach up into the throat, as if caused by mucus, while sitting.

Sensation of coldness in the stomach, at times alternating with warmth.

Sensation of warmth or heat in the stomach, occasionally accompanied with cold hands.

Violent, burning heat in the stomach, which also proceeded like hot gas from the mouth.

Burning in the stomach (aft. 10 d.).

Burning from the stomach into the throat, like heartburn.

Violent burning in the stomach and in the intestines.

Burning and cutting in the gastric region.

Burning in the stomach and in the intestinal canal.

Inflammation of the stomach.

Inflammation and mortification of the stomach and the intestinal canal, with violent burning and cutting.

Burning and pressing load in the stomach.

In the hypochondria, pinching on a small spot, especially on the right side, going off with friction.

Intense pain in the left hypochondria, he could not stoop, nor lie on the right side.

Anxious feeling on the lower part of the left side of the chest, with bitter eructation, every day.

Stitches below the left breast, with much anxiety.

Stitches in the left hypochondrium, also while sitting, occasionally followed by sensitiveness of the place.

The hepatic region is sensitive and when touched; there is a dull pressive pain, especially while lying on the right side.

Stitches in the hepatic region.

Stitches in the right hypochondrium, and sometimes into it, at times with burning of the skin, which goes off by rubbing, or with a sensation as if it stuck fast there.

Drawing cutting under the short ribs, while walking.

Drawing, pressive pain in the epigastrium, and as if the spot was sore.

Tension in the epigastrium, also caused by every motion of the trunk.

Violent pinching in the left epigastrium, toward the region of the stomach, then sensation in the spot as of something living there, while standing and sitting.

Pinching and cutting in the epigastrium, as from a purgative, while walking.

Agreeable warmth in the epigastrium.

Pains in the abdomen, especially in the morning.

Pains in the abdomen, in cool weather.

Severe pains in the whole of the abdomen.

Pressure in the hypogastrium, in the forenoon and also after supper (the first days).

Pressure, deep in the abdomen, as for an evacuation.

Spasmodic pressure, deep in the hypogastrium, near the pubes, in the morning in bed.

Pressure in the hypogastrium, every morning an awaking, almost as if upon the bladder.

An occasional very painful, contractive pressure in the whole of the abdomen, of short duration.

Contractive sensation in the left side of the abdomen.

Occasional contractive pain in the intestines.

Burning contractive pain in the hypogastrium, as if for the menses, at night (the menses had terminated a few days before); she could hardly contain herself for pain (aft. 4 d.).

Sensation of inflation and actual inflation of the abdomen, at times pressive, relieved by moving, at times with impeded deep respiration, or with a bruised pain in the sacrum and abdomen, when touched.

The inflation of the abdomen seems to be diminished by drinking coffee.

Distended, extremely sensitive abdomen.

At night great pressure and fullness in the abdomen toward the stomach, especially after midnight it feels very much dammed up.

Very full in the abdomen.

Very full, distended abdomen.

Inflation of the abdomen (the first two days).

Hard, distended abdomen, with little eating and slight appetite.

The abdomen is bloated, even with good and rapid digestion.

Attack of colic, the pains extending from the hernial spot to the stomach.

Griping, moving about and forcing below the navel, then urging as for diarrhoea, but only cohesive stool is discharged.

Spasmodic griping and contraction below the umbilicus, as if in the uterus, in the evening, when stooping and afterward.

Pinching in the left side of the abdomen and later on in the gastric region.

Pinching and moving about in the abdomen with diarrhoea of a brown liquid, then some burning and cessation of the pains in the abdomen.

Griping in the abdomen, then diarrhoea of sour-smelling faeces, followed by some tenesmus and burning; with stiffness of the penis, in the morning.

At 2 o'clock at night violent colic, and then a liquid stool, followed by burning in the anus; recurring at 5 A.M.

Cutting in the abdomen with brief tenesmus.

She is awakened from her sleep by violent cutting in the abdomen, followed by a liquid stool, squirted out violently, with cessation of the pains at 3 A.M.

Frequent pinching in the abdomen, as from incipient diarrhoea.

Violent colic.

Frequent cutting in the intestines, especially in the evening.

Violent colic, in the evening, before going to sleep.

Sudden darting cutting from the stomach to the umbilicus.

Shooting into the abdomen, while sitting.

Dull stitch into the right side of the abdomen.

Fine shooting in the left side of the abdomen below the false ribs.

A long stitch from the hypogastrium to the perinaeum.

Shooting colic, accompanied with paleness of the face, chilliness and headache, at noon (aft. 12 d.).

Shooting at times transversely across the abdomen.

Twitching and shooting in the hypogastrium, above the pubes, in the morning, in bed.

Pain as if something in the abdomen had burst.

Pain in the right hypogastrium above the hip, as if something there was swollen and injured; when touched there is a bruised pain.

Pain as from soreness or inflammation in the hypogastrium, extending to the pubes, especially painful when touched, as if the intestines were sore, with lassitude.

Colic with sore and shooting pain, with alleviation by lying of the abdomen.

Cramp-colic of the most violent kind, first in the right side, then posteriorly toward the back (also in the right testicle) and upward toward the gastric region, with perspiration, loud groaning and contortion of the facial muscles (aft. 7 d.).

Colicky pains, as if diarrhoea was coming on, only in brief paroxysms, but frequently renewed; then, when pressing upon it, inwardly above the ilium, severe sore pain.

Sensation of coldness, and actual coldness in the abdomen.

Sensation of warmth and actual warmth in the abdomen.

Sensation of coldness in the intestines, above the umbilical region (aft. 11 d.).

Heat in the abdomen and face, in the morning.

Burning and pressure in the abdomen.

Burning in the abdomen, when eating, then after an hour, a soft stool.

Sensation of weakness and emptiness in the abdomen.

Sensation of great weakness in the abdomen and back, so that she had to lie down (aft. 28 d.).

Laxness in the abdomen.

Sensitiveness of the abdomen, below the umbilicus, when pressing on it.

Itching on the right side of the chest and abdomen, going off through scratching.

Itching in the umbilicus itself, not removed by scratching (aft. 6 h.).

Large yellow spot on the abdomen, in the region on the side of the navel.

Two furuncles on the abdomen.

Soreness in the left inguinal region.

Severe pain in the hernia spot during the menses, even when not touched.

Swelling of the inguinal glands.

Suppurating tumor in the inguinal region, with burning pain.

Painful pressing toward both the abdominal rings, during the flatulent colic, as if from incipient inguinal hernia.

The inguinal hernia protrudes, during a soft stool, and pains intensely as if strangulated, while stooping or when touching it, also while walking and even while lying on the side of the abdomen; it cannot be reduced with the hand.

Rumbling and clucking in the hernial spot.

Moving about, grumbling, forcing and rumbling in the abdomen, also at times extending to the sacrum.

Painful rumbling in the abdomen.

Very loud rumbling in the abdomen (aft. 1 h.).


After meals, comfortable sensation of satiety, which he formerly did not distinguish so clearly.

After meals, almost every day, qualmishness and discomfort like nausea, about the stomach.

After meals, the saliva tastes of the food eaten (aft. 9 d.).

Fullness in the upper part of the oesophagus, as if the food eaten stood there and had to be vomited, without nausea.

After meals, empty eructation.

The pains always begin during meals, and last while he eats, at noon and in the evening.

After meals, hiccup (aft. 7 d.).

After dinner, headache, every day.

After dinner, her head feels so chaotic that she can hardly remember anything.

Sleepy during meals.

After meals, drowsiness.

After dinner, drowsiness (aft. 15 d.).

After dinner, irresistible sleep.

One hour after dinner, pain in the stomach, which went off after a while.

After dinner, pressure in the stomach (4th d.).

After every meal, severe pressure in the stomach (aft. 2 h.).

A few hours after dinner, squeamishness, as if about to swoon; she had to sit down.

After meals, pressure on the chest and shorter breath.

After dinner, violent throbbing of the heat for two hours, compelling her to cough frequently and often causing a flush to mount to her face (4th d.).

After dinner, tightness of the chest, with anxiety.

After every meal, an anxious pressure in the abdomen, with inflation.

After meals, tension and pressure about the stomach, and great inflation of the abdomen.

After meals, a scrapy feeling in the mouth and great lassitude, he grew very tired from walking, he was chilly and ill-humored (aft. 25 h.).

After meals, great weakness all over the body, and especially in the part affected.

Frequent empty eructation, even during meals.

Frequent empty eructations, especially after meals.

Sour eructation after every meal.

Sour rising of food, with retching up of nasty taste, at times after meals, for several days.

Frequent hiccup by day, also before meals (aft. 15 d.).

Hiccups after dinner, so severe that the scrobiculus cordis feels pressed and pains as if sore.

Waterbrash after meals, with eructation, nausea and running of water from the mouth.

Bad digestion of food eaten at other times without trouble.

Pinching in the abdomen, after dinner.

Painful cut in the left hypogastrium across the umbilicus, during inspiration; on pressing upon it, pain as from a severely distended swelling; while walking after dinner.

Rumbling in the abdomen, even after meals (aft. 4 d.).


After drinking milk, sour eructation.

Pressive rising as if for eructation.

First abortive eructation, then empty eructation.

Eructation with pain in the stomach.

Frequent loud eructation.

Frequent eructation with taste of urine.

Eructation with taste of oranges.

Abortive eructation, with colic (aft. 10 d.).

Empty eructation (aft. 3 h.).

Eructations with burning.

Frequent eructations, with yawning (aft. 6 h.).

Bitter eructation.

Sour eructation in the evening.

Bitter eructation of water.


The flatus accumulates under the ribs, with tightness of the chest.

Pressure in the abdomen on the sacrum, as from flatus, which also passes off sparingly, affording some relief.

There is a rising up from the abdomen toward the throat, like flatus; after eructation it fell back.

Arrested flatus, with coldness of the body and heat in the face.

The abdomen is inflated from flatus, despite of much passage of flatus.

Inflated, hard abdomen, with much flatus.

Flatulence colic, especially in the sides of the abdomen, as if the flatus was incarcerated here and there; the flatus for twelve hours, passes only briefly, abruptly and with great exertions.

Pressive accumulations of flatus in the hypogastrium while sitting or lying down, hardly perceptible while walking; the abdomen seems to be drawn inward with a disagreeable sensation.

Pinching jerk, occasionally in the afternoon, in the hypogastrium, followed by emissions of flatus.

Sensation of great emptiness in the abdomen, after much passage of flatus (aft. 9 d.).

Rumbling in the abdomen, from flatus, as from incipient diarrhoea (aft. 48 h.).

Rumbling and growling in the abdomen, with much discharge of flatus.

Ineffectual urging to discharge flatus (aft. 1 h.).

Discharge of much flatus.

Frequent discharge of flatus, without colicky pains (aft. 4 h.).

Ready discharge of flatus at times in the evening, with tenesmus.

Frequent discharge of odorless flatus.

Discharge of very fetid, at times loud flatus.

Insufficient discharge of flatus, in the evening, on lying down.

Soon after the discharge of flatus, a stool, breaking in pieces, with shooting in the rectum as from needles, and long-continued sensitiveness.


A few hours after eating at noon, much pain in the stomach, with nausea and muddled feeling of the head.

Constant inclination to eructation, with nausea in the stomach.


Nausea, also with much expectoration of mucus, without cough.

Constant nausea (aft. 11 d.).

Nausea almost all day.

Nausea with much thirst.

Nausea with much thirst and lack of appetite; she had to lie down.

Nausea toward noon and in the afternoon; it goes off after drinking.

Nausea, passing off after drinking water.

Frequent attacks of nausea.

Nausea in the evening in bed, making her speech languid.

Nausea in the morning, from 8 to 9 o'clock, even to swooning.

Stomachache, as if the stomach was empty, with rising nausea, in the morning after rising.


Squeamish, sick at the stomach, as if about to vomit, with occasional rising of water.

Nausea the whole day, and vomiting in the evening.

Nausea late in the evening, even to swooning and vomiting.

Vomiturition even to swooning, in the forenoon and in the evening.

Vomiturition at times with rising of water, also in the forenoon, while sitting down.

Vomiturition in the morning, till breakfast.

Vomiturition and fainting fits, with a dull pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, so that she could not bear any cover on it (aft. 41 h.).

Repeated vomiting.

With the most dreadful tortures, he attempted to vomit but could not, only the drinking of cold water alleviated his pains.

Empty vomiting.

Violent vomiting.

Vomiting and nausea, while out driving.

Vomiting of mucus, with taste of olive-oil, at night.

Vomiting of the ingesta, in the evening.

Bilious vomiting, several times.

Bilious vomiting for 18 hours, and then after 24 hours, desire to vomit and lack of appetite, without any disagreeable taste in the mouth (aft. 18 d.).

Bilious vomiting all through the night.

Stomach troubles, with nausea and inclination to vomit.

Violent pains in the stomach, which gradually spread over the whole of the abdomen, with vomiting of substances at first green, later blackish.

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