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Syphilinum (Luesinum) - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

The Syphilitic Virus - A Nosode, Syphil, Luesinum, Syph.

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

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Pain or distress deep in abdomen as if in omentum.

Pain in r. groin followed by swelling of glands.

Large painless bubo in r. groin opened and discharged freely (s.s.).

Slight lancinating pain in one groin, agg. at night.

Inguinal bubo.


Appetite indifferent and capricious (psoas abscess).

Total loss of appetite for months, little or nothing satisfies him; formerly was generally ravenous.

Tendency to heavy drinking; alcoholism.

Aversion to meat.


Dyspepsia; flatulence, belching of wind; nervous dyspepsia.


Vomiting for weeks or months due to erosion from superficial ulceration of lining of viscus, herpetic, of syphilitic origin.


Heartburn with pain and rawness from stomach to throat-pit, often with cough.

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