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Cainca - Abdomen symptoms

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

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Lancinations through spleen region.

Abdomen sensitive to touch.


Less appetite than usual for dinner,

After breakfast and dinner, cutting abdominal pains (second day),


Fulness of the abdomen, with inclination to vomit, and turgescence at upper part, increased by clearing the throat,


Stitches in and through the spleen.


Felt a degree of warmth about the umbilicus,

Pain under the umbilicus, with desire to go to stool,

General Abdomen.

Fulness of the abdomen (second day),

Although a stool had already been passed, the abdomen soon became full and distended,

Inflation and uncomfortable feeling in the abdomen, with tenderness to touch, especially under the umbilicus,

After eating, perceptible pulsation of abdominal aorta during rest,

Rumbling in bowels,

Gurgling and rumbling in the abdomen,

Towards evening, some wind passed without relief.

Slight pains in abdomen,

Slight pinching pains in belly,

Slight colic, with borborygmus,

Cuttings in the abdomen (second day),

Cutting pains in abdomen before evacuation of the bowels,

Cuttings in abdomen, with calls to make water (after four hours),

Tenderness of the abdomen on touching it and bending backward (after four hours),


Hypogastrium swollen (after one hour),

Hypogastrium distended, but soft,


Appetite and Thirst.

In the evening, appetite good,

Absence of appetite,

No appetite for supper,




Eructations, as after small doses of tartar emetic,

Much tasteless eructation, dryness of the throat, trembling of the hands,

Much wind came off the stomach,

Feeling of cold in the epigastric region,

Nausea and vomiting

Slight qualms (after half an hour),

Some nausea,

Constant vomiturition,

Vomiturition and slight shivering, for half an hour (after each dose),

Violent vomiting (from three spoonfuls); it soon abated, however (second day),

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