Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Muriatica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Frequent empty eructation, in the afternoon (4th d.).
Empty eructation and then a stitch above the xiphoid cartilage.
Frequent eructation, with the taste of the ingesta.
Loathing in the stomach, with collection of water in the mouth, from morning till noon.
Acute sensation in the stomach of fasting, in the morning.
Great qualmishness in the stomach, with rumbling and rolling in the abdomen, ceasing after breakfast.
Pain and shaking in the gastric region, when treading and walking, even when talking, so that she had to cease.
Frequent pressure in the stomach, extending into the throat and back (1st d.).
Tension in the gastric region, with ulcerative pain, especially when touched, and in the evening after lying down.
Ulcerative pain in the stomach, not alleviated by any change of position, in the afternoon.
Bruised pain in the stomach, with sensitiveness of the gastric region, when pressed upon.
Bruised pain in the stomach, when bending forward; when rising up, tension.
Frequent lancinating pain, in the left side of the stomach.
Stitches, transversely over the gastric region.
Cutting pain on the right side of the stomach, which pains also when pressed upon.
Heat in the stomach (soon).
Clucking in the scrobiculus cordis, ceasing after rubbing and pressing.
Throbbing in the pit of the stomach, with dullness in the head.
In the right hypochondrium burning and tensive shooting, relieved by pressure.
Dull stitch on the lower ribs, in the evening.
Stitch on the lowest right rib, close to the back (aft. 4 h.).
Shooting, like needle-pricks, between the ribs on the right side.
Sharp drawing in the hepatic region.
Shooting in the left hypochondriac region.
Violent shooting pain in the left hypochondrium, like splenetic stitches, in the afternoon, when walking; worse when taking breath; it ceases in sitting (during the menses).
Bellyaches at 4 P.M., two days successively.
Violent pain in the abdomen, in the morning, with urging to stool, which was lumpy and very hard, with burning in the anus (11th d.).
Pain in the hypogastrium, in the afternoon, with straining toward the rectum, and soon afterward, a soft stool enveloped with white mucus.
Pressive sensation, entirely in the hypogastrium; (during the menses).
Pressure in the left side of the abdomen.
Drawing pain in the abdomen, at night and by day, at every movement, even the slightest, as if something was being detached (aft. 2 d.).
Drawing and tearing in the abdomen, at night on awaking.
Tearing in the abdomen, in the evening, till going to sleep.
Tearing in the abdomen, the whole forenoon (2d d.).
Contractive pain in the umbilical region (aft. 17 d.).
Cramps in the abdomen, with violent pressure on the rectum and the sexual parts, with peevish dejection (aft. 9 d.).
Cramps and tearing in the abdomen, several evenings in succession, till the person goes to sleep.
Spasmodic drawing and tearing in the abdomen, from below up to the right side of the chest, where there is a spasmodic, griping constriction, with oppression of the breath for five hours; aggravated by eating cherries, relieved by pressing on the part with the hands, in the evening.
Cramps in the abdomen, in the evening, two days successively.
Fullness of the abdomen, after eating.
Abdomen very much distended.
Violent distension of the abdomen, extending into the throat, with interception of the breathing and with anguish, from the afternoon till evening.
Hardness of the abdomen, with painfulness when touched, and disagreeable forcing toward the rectum.
Pinching in the abdomen, as if for the menses.
Pinching and cutting below the navel, with shivers over the back, then heat in the head and urging to stool at noon.
Pinching and tearing in the abdomen, also after the stool.
Pinching about the navel and forcing down toward the sacrum, then sudden urging to stool, and a soft, yellow stool, with a piece of a tape-worm.
Pinching in the abdomen, in the morning, after rising; then diarrhoea, with burning in the anus at the time and afterward; then again diarrhoea, mixed with blood.
Cutting in the epigastrium, as after a laxative, extending into the sacrum, in the morning (3d d.).
Cutting in a small spot of the left epigastrium, in the morning.
Cutting and pinching in the epigastrium, with a sensation as if something hard lay upon the stomach.
Cutting in the abdomen, below the navel, in frequent fits.
A startling cutting is suddenly felt in the epigastrium, so that she had to sit bent double.
Cutting in the whole abdomen, almost all day (5th and 10th d.).
Burrowing in the abdomen, with sensation as if diarrhoea was coming.
Sensation of weakness in the abdomen (aft. 12 h.).
Sensation of looseness and burrowing in the abdomen, as if the intestines had no support.
Sensation of heat in the integuments of the abdomen, with burning in the anus, and sensitiveness in the rectum after the stool.
Frequent shooting in the left lumbar region.
In the right groin, a stitch, then a bruised pain, increased by pressure.
Shooting pain in the left groin, with hardness and inflation of the abdomen.
Rumbling about in the abdomen, with forcing against the sacrum.
Fermentation in the abdomen.
Rumbling and pinching in the whole of the abdomen, then soft stool.
After dinner, much acidity in the stomach.
After meals, inflation of the abdomen.
After dinner, somnolence, and when going to sleep, twitching of the whole body.
Eructation of air after dinner.
Eructation, with regurgitation of the food after meals, while walking.
Sour regurgitation of the ingesta, and especially of the milk (drunk in the afternoon), after meals, chiefly while walking.
Violent hiccup, during dinner, so that the stomach pained him.
Severe hiccup, after dinner.
Severe pinching about the navel, extending to the stomach, after a meal; relieved by discharge of flatus.
Muttering in the abdomen, before meals (1st d.).
Eructation of white foam.
Eructation, with taste of onion (after a spasm).
Bitter-sour eructation (aft. 5 d.).
Pressure in the stomach, removed by eructation.
Pressure in the stomach, extending into the chest and throat as from flatulence, always only transiently relieved by eructation.
Moving of flatus in the gastric region, then in the hypogastrium, relieved by discharge of flatus.
Abdomen distended; relieved by discharge of flatus.
Pinching, first in the epigastrium, relieved by discharge of flatus, then hurried tenesmus, merely followed, however, by flatus.
Cutting in the hypogastrium, in the morning in bed, with urging to stool, relieved by discharge of flatus.
Cutting in the abdomen, after breakfast, with frequent discharge of flatus, then at first, ineffectual urging to stool, then a soft stool, with cessation of the pain.
Accumulation of flatus in the abdomen.
The flatus is not discharged, and distends the abdomen, here and there.
Constant movement of flatus, in the epigastrium.
Movement of the flatus, quite at the bottom of the abdomen (aft. 10 d.).
Constant generation of flatus.
Frequent discharged of flatus.
Frequent nausea, after rising.
Nausea like fainting, very brief, indeed, but very frequent, while sitting, lying, standing and walking, by day and by night (aft. 3 d.).
Nausea like fainting, then coldness and weakness in the stomach, with regurgitation of water, in the morning.
Frequent nausea, with collection of water in the mouth.
Nausea, with rising of water from the stomach.
Violent pressure in the stomach, with nausea.
Inclination to vomit, the whole forenoon (1st d.).
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