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Nitricum Acidum - Abdomen symptoms - Hahnemann

Nitric Acid, Nit-ac, Nit ac, Acidum nitricum, Acid Nit, Nit-ac.

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



During eating, sore pain in the inside of the chest.

After supper, an irresistible inclination to sleep, with stretching and impatience.

When eating, perspiration on the forehead.

Empty eructation, also in the morning, before breakfast.

Bilious eructation, while eating, especially in the evening.

Burning downward in the oesophagus to the pit of the stomach, like heartburn.

Qualmish, sickly, chilly, after the (customary) coffee; she must lie down.

Pain above the stomach, so that he cannot straighten himself, relieved by eructation.

Pressure in the stomach, increased by pressing the hand upon it.

Severe pressure above the stomach and the scrobiculus cordis, when walking in the open air.

Pressure in the stomach, very painful, before breakfast.

Pressure in the stomach, as from a wound, in the morning and by day.

Cramp in the stomach, as from a cold.

Cramp-like pain in the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 6 d.).

Spasmodically contractive pain in the stomach.

Contractive cramp in the stomach; very disagreeable griping and pinching, in paroxysms (aft. 24 and 48 h.).

Violent, spasmodic pinching in the stomach.

Spasmodic drawing pain in the pit of the stomach, with tension reaching to the navel, and shortening the breath.

Clutching in the stomach, in the morning after rising, extending into the chest, then brief attacks of colic.

Continuous stitch anteriorly below the pit of the stomach.

Gnawing at the stomach, in the morning before breakfast.

Throbbing in the pit of the stomach.

Ebullition in the region of the pit of the stomach (4th d.).

Sensation of heat in the stomach.

Burning sensation in the stomach.

Coldness in the stomach.

Painless movement on the left side near the scrobiculus cordis (11th d.).

In the hepatic region, pressure and tension.

Stitches in the hepatic region, at the least movement, causing him to scream aloud.

Jaundice, yellowness of the skin with costiveness.

In the left hypochondrium, pressure, more anteriorly (4th d.).

Pressure in the left side of the abdomen.

Sensation of swelling in the spleen.

Shooting pain in the splenetic region, at every movement (4th d.).

In the renal region, a pressure.

Pain in the abdomen with pressive pain.

Pressure in the middle of the abdomen, as if there was a dumpling in it.

Pressive pain, and at times a stitch in the hypogastrium, on touching it.

Pressure in the umbilical region, with a sensation as if it would cease after the stool.

Pain in a small part of the abdomen, as if something wanted to come out.

Inflation of the abdomen, in the morning on awaking.

Sensation of inflation in the umbilical region.

Constant distension of the abdomen.

Strong tension in the abdomen (aft. 24 h.).

Contraction in the abdomen, with itching.

Contractive pain in the umbilical region.

Spasmodic contraction of the abdomen.

Cramps in the abdomen.

Drawing pain in the hypogastrium, with shuddering.

Drawing pain in the abdomen, extending into the thighs.

Drawing and griping in the umbilical region, especially on moving and bending the body.

Frequent pinching in the abdomen, without diarrhoea.

Pinching in the abdomen, repeatedly in the morning, after a normal stool.

Cutting pain in the abdomen in the morning in bed and after rising; then soft stools (3d d.).

Cutting pain in the abdomen, with diarrhoeic stools, and cold feet that cannot be warmed.

Cutting and tension in the right hypogastrium.

Shooting pain in the abdomen, especially when pressing upon it.

Burrowing pain in the abdomen, below the navel.

Burrowing and pinching in the hypogastrium, without diarrhoea.

Pain in the abdomen, as from taking a cold.

The abdomen is extremely sensitive (aft. 3 d.).

A connate, wartlike excrescence on the abdomen becomes sensitive, sore and scurfy.

The hernial region is very much inflated.

Shooting pain in the left hernial region.

Pain as from a fracture and from a hernia in the left inguinal region, diminished by walking.

The glands in the groins are swollen.

Swelling of the inguinal gland, without pain.

Contractive pain in the inguinal gland.

Slight stitch in the bubo, when touched, and also per se; shooting itching in the hard part of the bubo.

Suppurating swelling of the inguinal glands, very painful when walking; the whole lower limb feels paralyzed and the muscles feel stretched.

Restlessness in the abdomen, with much rumbling and diarrhoeic stool, for more than a week (aft. 20 h.).

Severe flatulent colic, in the morning after rising.

Rumbling in the abdomen.


After eating, a long after taste of the food eaten.

After dinner, severe eructations and flatulency.

After meals, nausea.

After meals, nausea in the throat, ceasing after some exercise.

For several hours after a meal, qualmishness in the abdomen, for several days in succession.

Immediately after dinner, vomiting and headache above the eyes and in the parietal bones, as if the head would burst.

After meals, much eructation, with bitter and sour vomiting.

After meals, eructation, and then heartburn from the scrobiculus cordis extending into the throat.

Immediately after a very moderate dinner, distended stomach and abdomen, and the clothes seem too tight.

After meals, loud growling in the abdomen.

During meals, while drinking water, frequent colic.

After drinking, at the beginning of a meal, tearing sore pain in the fauces, the chest and in the stomach.

After meals, a sensation of coldness and of pressure in the stomach.

After every meal, headache above the eyes, more of a shooting, than a pressive nature (aft. 16 d.).

After meals, heat and redness of the face.

After meals, frequent retching cough, with irritation and crawling in the throat.

After dinner, excessive prostration, with heaviness in all the limbs, especially in the knees and the elbows; they were, as it were, relaxed.

After meals, much yawning.

After meals, she feels a weary drowsiness and has to sleep.

After dinner, a chill, with pale complexion and coated tongue.

After meals (in the morning and at noon) perspiration all over (aft. 5 d.).

After meals, a sort of anxiety.

Immediately after dinner, very unwell; she feels warm, all her limbs feel as if bruised and they tremble; she has to lie down.

After and before meals, much eructation.

Eructation, tasting of food eaten at dinner four hours before.

Regurgitation of half digested food, with disagreeable taste in the mouth.

Bitter and sour vomiting with much eructation after meals.

Pain in the region of the cardiac orifice of the stomach, when swallowing food.

Pressure in the stomach, especially before meals, even when it is only an hour before he ate last; it is removed by eating; attended with empty eructations.

Growling in the abdomen, without hunger, often even after a meal.


Empty eructation (almost at once).

Sour eructation.

Liable to eructation, attended with heartburn.


Inflation of the abdomen by flatus, with growling in the abdomen from morning till evening, for many days.

Generation of a quantity of flatus; it moves about in the abdomen, without finding its way out, with a disagreeable sensation.

Much call to pass flatus, with colic; little or none is passed, even when, after an injection of water, a stool is caused.

Colicky restlessness, in the morning and inflation in the abdomen, the flatus moves about in the abdomen, causing pain and growling there, and even a soft stool gives no relief (aft. 16 d.).

Much emission of flatus, in the morning, after pinching in the abdomen.

Emission of much fetid flatus.

It causes much fetid flatus to be discharged at once (also the 2d d.).

Excessive emission of flatus (aft. sever. h.).

Before the emission of flatus, pain in the abdomen.

Before the emission of flatus, a drawing, writhing pain in the abdomen.


Nausea with anxiety and trembling (aft. 41 h.).

Nausea, qualmishness and moving about in the whole body, as after taking an emetic.

Nausea about the stomach, all day.


Nausea, as if from heat, not so as to cause vomiting, for many hours.

Nausea with anxiety, without tendency to vomit, below the short ribs, frequently by day.

Constant nausea and inclination to vomit, all the day, for many days in succession, with heat, extending from the scrobiculus cordis to the pit of the throat; the nausea does not advance to retching, and ceases during eating and drinking, for both of which she has appetite.

Intolerable nausea, passing into vomiting.

Pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, and sudden burning, as if he would vomit blood (2d d.).

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