Lippspringe - Abdomen symptoms - T.F. Allen, Lipp.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lippspringe in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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A pressive compressive cramp in the stomach, especially when lying on the back, two hours after dinner, without any apparent cause; gradually disappearing when he lay on the side (thirty-third day),
Rumbling in the abdomen, and emission of much offensive flatus,
Much emission of flatus, for many days,
Loud emission of flatus woke him at night (sixth day),
Much flatus with the stool; some bloody mucus, and some masses of faeces as large as Madeira nuts; with great inactivity of the rectum, and colic (after fourteen days),
The stomach feels as if it had been disordered by sour grapes; was attacked with sour vomiting, with much mucus, chilliness, and loss of appetite (thirty-first day),
Prickling in the left hypochondrium,
Painful sensation in the hepatic region,
Sticking pains in the hepatic region, not lasting a long time, suddenly disappearing,
Distension of the abdomen, loud rumbling of gas, in the afternoon (twelfth day),
Loud rumbling of gas in the abdomen (after fourteen days),
Fulness in the abdomen,
Feeling as though the waist were fully one-half smaller, "as if shrunk together," as if the abdomen were constricted to one-third its circumference,
Griping, in the evening, as if a stool would follow (eighteenth day),
Griping pain, as if a stool would follow; soon (second day),
Griping colic, after rising (sixth day),
Colic, with two soft stools (seventeenth day),
Colic in the morning, with four pasty stools during the day (fourteenth day),
Violent paroxysmal colic, lasting six to eight hours, then suddenly disappearing, immediately followed by great appetite,
Pressive pain in the lower abdomen,
Periodic pressive pain in the lower abdomen,
Burning in the stomach, with frequent eructations,
Pressure beneath the epigastric region, an hour after eating (thirty-seventh day),
Nausea and vomiting
(Nausea, after drinking the water),
Inclination to vomit, in the afternoon (twenty-fifth day),
Inclination to vomit, with retching without vomiting, in the morning (thirty-fifth day),
Retching and vomiting of mucus, in the morning (thirty-ninth day),
Vomiting of sour water, with paroxysmal colic,≡ more ...