Icy coldness in stomach ; desire for acids and aversion to sweet things ; sensation of emptiness in stomach and head,
Faintness at the stomach ; sinking, gone feeling, with violent palpitations of the heart ; great acidity; constipation.
Spasm of the pharynx while swallowing food ; salivation ; excessive nausea and retching ; eructations of much taste- less gas, and burning in the region of the fauces ; great burning dis- tress in the epigastrium; vomiting of sour fluid; everything sours easily in his stomach ; diarrhoea, with burning in anus and rectum after stool.
After partial relief by pulsatilla. Symptoms : Painful pressure as from a stone, especially after eating or at night, in the region of the pylorus ; or sensation of weakness or emptiness in the pit of the stomach, with sensitiveness to contact, and burning in the stomach; hiccough; regurgitation of the ingesta ; aversion to food and drink, or to tobacco ; accumulation of mucus in the mouth, etc. ; suitable to persons who had been starving either from want or other causes.
Organic cardialgia ; eructations ; nausea like sea- sickness ; sensation of fullness ; heaviness ; malaise after a meal ; chilliness ; inflation ; gnawing, burning, constricting pain in stomach and hypochondria, aggravated in the morning and during motion, better by eating.
Malignant induration, fungus, and ulcers of the stomach ; painless gastromalacia ; pressing, gnawing, ulcerative pain in stomach with haematemesis ; painful hard spot at or to the left of the stomach ; tension over stomach and scrobiculum ; tight clothing is unbearable,
Aching pains, which diminish immediately after a meal, but recommence again in a few hours, and are particularly’ violent after a siesta ; dyspeptic weakness, flatulence, and constipation.
Constant distress in the lower part of the epigastrium and upper portions of the umbilical regions; sharp cutting pains at intervals in the same i)arts ; burning aching sensation in the stomach, aggravated by drinking cold water; weak sinking sensation in the pit of the stomach ; great desire for stool, that cannot be retained one moment.
Nausea, pain, heat, oppression, and excessive uneasiness ; extreme nausea, with profuse perspiration ; feeling of weakness of the stomach, extending through the whole chest ; feeling of pressure in the pit of the stomach, as from a plug ; violent painful constriction in the cardia ; tightness of the epigastrium, with acidity of the stomach.
Gnawing griping in the region of the stomach ; compressive pain, as if the stomach were pressed together from both sides ; flatulence, immediately after a meal ; the stomach is full, bloated, distended ; tension, as from a cord marking the diaphragmatic attachments ; he cannot stretch nor stand upright; abdominal phlethora ; full and bloated stomach, acidity, pyrosis; the pains radiate, according to the flatulency, to the chest, the back, upward to the oesophagus, downward to the umbilicus and abdomen.
Aching and contractive pain, with sour eructations ; ulcerative pain in the stomach, with great sensitiveness to pressure.
Pressing, constricting, stitching, burning pains, setting in one or two hours after eating; cramp in stomach ; better from tightening the clothes ; clawing in the pit of the stomach ; water- brash ; heartburn with palpitations.
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Aching contractive pain from eating too much salt; fullness in stomach after a meal, with sour or slimy vomiting; loss of appetite; heartburn; acidity.
Atony of digestion ; gastric catarrh with flatulent swelling, voraciousness” or loss of appetite; twisting pains below the stomach, as from colic ; severe pain in the praecordia, with vomiting ; wants to eat after taking a meal, but feels uncomfortable and tired ; scratching eructations as from rancid oil ; irritation of stomach from overtaxed mental powers ; weak digestion, especially in the aged.
Neurotic and congestive gastralgia ; a light pressure increases the pain, but harder pressure relieves ; bending forward gives, therefore, immediate relief; vomiting relieves, so that the paroxysm of pain ceases for the time being ; burning in the stomach at the pylorus ; clawing-cramping pain in the stomach, with pressure and tension between the scapule ; pains extend to chest or down the back to the anus, with urging to stool ; pressure in epigastrium as from a stone ; the pressure of the clothes on epigastrium feels painful ; pains worse after a meal, from taking coffee, at night, towards morning, or after rising ; sensation as if a band were tied around the chest, with pain extending to the back and kidneys, attended with nausea, water in the mouth, heartburn, and even vomiting of the ingesta ; sour or foul taste in the mouth, flatulency in abdomen, hemicrania, palpitations.
Vascular and organic cardialgia; erosions and ulcers of the stomach ; spinal irritation ; burning, gnawing, stitching pains; sensitive to pressure and motion ; eating eases, but soon produces again pain and feeling of satiety; heartburn ; sour alleviating eructations; distension of the abdomen, preventing breathing; pulsations in differeny parts of the body ; pain in cardiac orifice on swallowing food.
Gastralgia, with pressing drawing pains, better from eating ; sensation of emptiness and weakness of the stomach ; w’atei’- brash ; feeling of fulness in the pit of stomach, which is painful to the touch ; aversion to open air; don’t like to move.
Oppression of chest, coming from the stomach ; worse after eating ; palpitation ; belching of large quantities of wind after eating; great drowsiness after eating; variable appetite; sensation of great weakness in the abdomen, particularly across and below the umbilicus ; burning and gnawing pain in a circumscribed spot of the stomach, sensitive to the least pressure, extending to the back, aggravated by motion after a meal, ameliorated by ice, external cold and rest ; vomiting immediately after eating, so that all the food is brought up, or pure blood, or bloody, brown masses ; great thirst, but drinking increases the pain ; stool scanty, dry, and difficult of evacuation. Emaciation, ana?niia, collapse.
Sensation as though the abdomen and back are one; violent pressure in the stomach, and pain in the back, at times better bending backward, at others bending forward; hard pressure relieves.
Sensation as if a stone lay on the epigastrium ; throbbing perceptible to the head, in the epigastrium ; contracting sensation in the oesophagus, as if one had swallowed too large a morsel of food; the same sensation over the hypochondria, then upwards over the chest and impedes respiration; pressure in pit of stomach, after every meal, with vomiting; stitching pains, worse when walking or making a misstep; crampy pains before breakfast and after a meal; gnawing distress when stomach is empty ; pressure and pinching after eating ; absence of thirst, except at the acme of the pain.