To be considered in chronic gastric and other abdominal indurations, possibly cancer of intestinal tract, especially of stomach and Ceacum. Center of action is the pylorus, causing painful contraction with duodenal distention.
Depression of spirits. Complete prostration. Feeling of sickness keeps patient awake at night.
Take 15 drops in half cup of water 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician
Tongue red, coated towards back. Nasty canker taste in morning.
Agonizing feeling in chest and stomach, staring from pylorus with flatus that rolls in balls from one side to the other, loss of appetite, phlegmy retchings and loss of flesh.
Vomiting of coffee-ground-looking matter.
Distension of stomach and abdomen, with frequent belching of mouthfuls of offensive flatus, obliging her to loosen her clothes, with hateful depression and tendency to suicide; complete prostration and painful sinking across pit of chest; and a feeling of sickness that kept her awake the greater part of the night;
Pains worse at night, begin in stomach, spread to heart and shoulders, as if an iron brick being forced through stomach and chest.-Bulging beneath attachment of diaphragm extending to scrobiculus cordis.
When eating feels as if choked in stomach. Pains in stomach with sickness; vomiting two or three times a day.
Great deal of wind and sometimes swollen feeling across lower chest.
Heartburn and rising of food. Feels as if a bag of water turns when she turns over in bed.
Great difficulty in going to sleep owing to creepy feeling in limbs.
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