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Pulsatilla - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

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

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Inflammation of abdomen, with great sensitiveness of integuments to pressure.

Drawing tension in hypochondria, or pulsative shootings, as in an abscess.

Chilliness extending from abdomen to lower part of back.

Pressure in abdomen and small of back as from a stone; limbs go to sleep while sitting; ineffectual desire to stool.

Spasmodic and compressive pains, sometimes at bottom of hypogastrium, with pressure on rectum or cuttings, principally round navel (low down in abdomen, penetrating into pelvis), or sharp and shooting pains in abdomen.

Colic and labour-like pains in pregnant women.

Colic with chilliness, while the menstruation is suppressed.

Sensitiveness and inflammation of abdominal walls.

Annular swelling round navel, painful when walking.

Retraction and soreness of abdomen, with great sensibility of integuments of abdomen, which appear swollen, with pain as from a bruise on touching them, or on yawning, singing, coughing, and at every movement of the abdominal muscles.

Stitches and cutting in abdomen in evening; agg. on sitting still.

Constriction as from a stone extending to bladder.

Purulent pustules in groins.


Insipid mucus, putrid taste in mouth, empyreumatic, earthy, or pus-like taste.

Taste fatty; lost; in colds where there is an entire loss of taste.

Bitter or sour taste in mouth immediately after eating, as well as in morning and evening.

Wine has a bitter (beer a sweet or bitter) and meat a putrid taste.

Hunger and desire to eat, without knowing what.

Ravenous hunger, with gnawing pain in stomach.

Complete adipsia, or excessive thirst, with moisture on tongue, and desire for beer, or spirituous, tart, and acid drinks.

Thirstlessness with all complaints.

Sensation of derangement in stomach, similar to that caused by fat pork or rich pastry.

Repugnance to tobacco smoke.

Bread, esp., lies heavy on stomach.


Flatulent colic, principally in evening, after a meal, or after midnight, or in morning, with pressive pains, produced by incarcerated flatus, tumult, borborygmi, and grumbling in abdomen and escape of fetid flatus.

Frequent eructations, sometimes abortive, or with taste of food, or acid, or bitter, and principally after a meal; like bile in evening.

Regurgitation of food.

Vomiting of food.

The nausea and vomiting take place principally in evening or at night, or after eating or drinking, as well as during a meal, and they often manifest themselves with shivering, paleness of face, colic, pains in ears or back, burning sensation in throat, and borborygmi.

Disordered stomach (digestion) from eating fat food (pork).

Pressive, spasmodic, contractive, and compressive pains in stomach and prćcordial region, principally after a meal or in evening or in morning, and often with vomiting or nausea and obstructed respiration.

Sweetish, acid, or bitter taste in mouth, and of food, principally meat, bread, butter, beer, and milk, substances which also often appear insipid or cause disgust.

Food appears either too salt or insipid.

Want of appetite and dislike to food.


Hard distension of abdomen, principally in epigastrium, with tension, and sensation as if all were full, hard, and impassable, as if no stool or flatus could be expelled, though a stool does pass slowly but not hard, and yet the flatus is passed with difficulty and in small amounts.

Painless rumbling of flatulence in upper abdomen.


The colics are often accompanied by vomiting or diarrhoea; they manifest themselves mostly in evening or after eating or drinking; and are sometimes amel. by squeezing the abdomen or by repose, while movement agg. them.

Insupportable nausea and inclination to vomit, sometimes extending to throat and into mouth, with distressing sensation as of a worm crawling up oesophagus.

Vomitings, sometimes violent, of greenish mucus, or bilious and bitter, or acid matter (esp. in evening and at night).

Colic, with nausea, ceasing after vomiting.

After eating, nausea and eructations, regurgitation and vomiting, inflation, and aching in pit of stomach, colic and flatulence, headache, obstructed respiration, ill-humour and melancholy or involuntary laughter and weeping, and many other sufferings.



Frequent hiccough, principally on smoking tobacco, after drinking, or at night, and sometimes with fit of suffocation.

(Constant hiccough with jaundiced look and burning pains about shoulders.)

R. T. C.).

Morning sickness (during pregnancy).

Attacks of constriction and choking in oesophagus.

Scraping sensation in stomach and oesophagus, like a heartburn.


(Persistent indigestion in fits, with great weight on chest and sickish feeling, from mental and physical upset.)

Cold in stomach from ice-cream and fruit.

Painful sensibility of region of stomach to least pressure.

Tingling or pulsations in pit of stomach, or shooting pain on making a false step, or on uneven pavement.

Pain in epigastrium, which is greatly agg. when sitting (during pregnancy).

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