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·Stomach : Wind colic.
·Abdomen : Sensitive to touch. Colic, no position relieves.
·Abdomen : Colic, followed by vomiting, vertigo, and weakness.
·Stool : Undigested, thin, greenish, preceded by colic, with tenesmus, and followed by exhaustion and drowsiness.
·Stomach : Flatulent colic.
·Abdomen : Colic sitting, moving about.
·Abdomen : Colic before and during stool.
·Abdomen : Colic, like painter’s colic.
·Female : Menses too frequent, profuse, early, copious, clotted, black; colicky pains, and hard, difficult stool, with fatigue, especially of thighs; yawning and chilliness.
·Abdomen : Diarrhoea and colic.
·So-called three-months’ colic, especially if it recurs at regular hours; much rumbling in abdomen.
·Abdomen : Spasmodic colic, much flatus.
APHIS CHENOPODII GLAUCI
·Stomach : Colic with much rumbling and ineffectual urging to stool.
·Abdomen : Colic returns same hours.
·Colicky cramp and spasm of bowels.
·Abdomen : Colic, with much flatulent distention.
·Female : Colic and other sufferings cease with appearance of flow.
·Abdomen : Colicky.
·Abdomen : Habitual colic, with hunger, but food is refused.
·Nonhomeopathic Uses : Given internally or hypodermically, it is antagonistic to Opium and Morphine. Physostigma and Prussic Acid. Narcotic poisons and mushroom poisoning. Renal colic 1-200 of a grain hypodermically.
·Salivation, nausea, vomiting, colic, diarrhoea, collapse, albuminuria, casts and vesical spasm.
·Stool : Diarrhoea, offensive, preceded by colic; stools mucous, with aphthous sore mouth.
·Abdomen : Colic, with red urine; relieved by eating.
·Diarrhoea and colic; languor.
·Abdomen : Flatulence colic; tympanites (Tereb).
·Nose : Catarrhal symptoms with hunger; coryza alternates with colic.
·Abdomen : Gall-stone colic.
·Female : Before menses, headache, colic, chilliness and leucorrhoea.
·Back : Renal colic.
·Abdomen : At every attempt to eat, colicky pain in abdomen.
·Abdomen : Colic, soreness and burning around navel.
·Female : Uterine colic, with great nervous agitation and sleeplessness.
·Abdomen : Pain as from lifting a weight; colic from riding in a carriage; excessive discharge of fetid flatus.
·Abdomen : Flatulent colic.
·Stomach : Pressing colic.
·Children’s remedy for Colic, also for nervous headache and hysteria, abdominal complaints, pain, flexing of thighs, twisting of body, crying. Similar to chamomilla and magnes phosph.
·Especially of frequent employment in diseases of children, where peevishness, restlessness, and colic give the needful indications.
·Abdomen : Flatulent colic, after anger, with red cheeks and hot perspiration.
·Abdomen : Hepatic colic.
·Stool : Hot, green, watery, fetid, slimy, with colic.
·Abdomen : Gall-colic.
·Spasms of smooth muscles everywhere, instestinal colic, uterine colic, bronchial spasm, tachycardia etc.
·Abdomen : Much flatulent colic; better bending double.
·Abdomen : Gall-stone colic (Triumfetta semitriloba).
·Abdomen and Liver : Bilious colic.
·Convulsions, nephritic or biliary colic, gastralgia.
·Abdomen : Colic with convulsions.
·Stool : White mucus, like small pieces of popped corn, preceded by pinching colic.
·Fever : Much hunger; colicky pains; chilliness, with thirst.
·Female : Too early menses, clotted, with spasmodic colic.
·Fever : Chill, with flatulent colic, nausea, vertigo, coldness of lower extremities, and heat of head.
·Stomach : Colic with backache.
·Abdomen : Colic with cramps in calves.
·Abdomen : Colicky pains.
CONVOLVULUS DUAR TINUS
·Aching in top of right shoulder renal colic; aching in small of back and extremities.
·Rectum : Stools covered with mucus, with colic and chilliness.
·Stomach : Vomiting, relieved by drinking cold water; with colic, diarrhoea, spasms.
·Abdomen : Colic, violent and intermittent.
·Female : Menses too early, during menses, colic, headache, kidney pain.
·Female : Post-partum haemorrhage, with colicky bearing-down pains, with relief after gush of blood.
·As a remedy for many kinds of pain, especially colic, and in severe, painful affections of abdominal and pelvic viscera; it ranks with the polychrests of the Materia Medica.
·Gall stone colic.
·Abdomen : Colic; better walking about; pains radiate from abdomen, to back, chest, arms; worse, bending forwards and while lying.
·Abdomen : Renal colic, with pain in extremities.
·Female : Uterine colic; pains radiate from uterus.
·Abdomen : Colic from getting feet wet.
·Abdomen : Colic from cold.
·Specific for amaebiasis, of remarkable value in treatment of amaebic dysentery; also as a remedy in Pyorrhoea 1/2 gr. daily for three days, then less. Emetin 1/2 gr. hypodermically, in Psoriasis. Emetin hydrocin 2x, diarrhoea with colicky, abdominal pains and nausea. Emetin for endamoebic dysentery.
·Urinary : Renal colic (Pareira; Calc).
·Abdomen : Sunken; spasmodic, flatulent colic.
·Abdomen : Worm colic, with itching of nose, pale face, blue rings around eyes.
·A rheumatic remedy for abdominal symptoms, colic diarrhoea; haemorrhoids especially chronic.
·Stomach : Colic, umbilical region sensitive to touch.
·Abdomen : Colic; pain in various parts of the abdomen.
·Abdomen : Very fetid gas preceded by colic.
·Stomach : Cramps and colic after supper and during night, with swelling of abdomen and constipation.
·Stomach : Colic, tympanitis.
·Homeopathically, it is indicated in many forms of disease characterized by great coldness-“arctic” coldness. Colic waves from occiput to feet or ascending.
·Calculus, renal colic, bloody urine.
·Abdomen : Colic, as if abdomen would burst.
·Abdomen : Colic, with vomiting, belching, hiccough screaming.
·Stool : Diarrhoea, colicky, pains; involuntary, aggravated by mental excitement or during sleep.
·Abdomen : Colicky, griping pains in one or both sides of abdomen.
·(See under Relationship of Ilex aqui.)-Yerba Mate-Persistent epigastric pain; sense of dryness of mouth and pharynx, anorexia pyrosis, nervous depression, neurasthenia. Somnolence; incapacity for work. diminution of urinary secretion, headache and pruritus. Hemicrania. Renal colic. Is said to be of use as a prophylactic against sunstroke, being a safe stimulant to the circulation, to diaphoresis and diuresis.
·Abdomen : Flatulent colic.
·Causes and cures colic and diarrhoea.
·Abdomen : Colicky pains; abdomen feels cold to touch; tympanitic, tense.
·Abdomen : Colic in early morning, abdomen tense, relieved somewhat by evacuation and passing of wind.
·Abdomen : Colic with heat.
·Similar respiratory symptoms, but also colic and diarrhoea.
·Stool : Preceded by griping, colicky pain.
·Abdomen : Flatulent colic, forcing patient to bend double; relieved by rubbing, warmth, pressure; accompanied with belching of gas, which gives no relief.
·Female : Menstrual colic.
·Physiologic Dosage : Magnes. Sulph is of diagnostic and therapeutic value in Gallstone colic. From 2 to 4 teaspoonfuls in glass hot water taken at onset of a colicky attack may abort or stop the colic.
·Pain in tibia, dysmenorrhoea, colic, and diarrhoea.
·Urine : Renal colic (Berb; Ocim; Pareir).
·Female : Intense menstrual colic.
·Useful in gastrodynia, flatulent colic.
·Abdomen : Infantile colic.
·Abdomen : Bilious colic with great accumulation of gas.
·Stool : Discharge accompanied by chilliness, sick stomach, cutting colic, and tenesmus.
·Abdomen : Flatulent colic, with shivering and difficult respiration.
·Used as a tea to cure colic and relieve flatulence.
·Griping, colic, pain in back and hypogastrium with painful and excessive menses.
·Abdomen : Rumbling, griping, colicky pains, starting from back, spreading over abdomen.
·Has marked drastic properties, producing colic, nausea, vomiting, cholera-like symptoms, abdomen seems full of fluid discharged explosively, thin, watery, yellow, great thirst.
·Female : Leucorrhoeal discharge, offensive, irritating preceded by colic.
·Colic, with symptoms of worms.
·Abdomen : Flatulency; wind colic in ascending colon; worse, before breakfast.
·Watery diarrhoea, dry tongue, colic, bluish ring around sunken eves. restless sleep.
·Abdomen : Colic relieved from tightening clothes.
·Abdomen : Flatulent distension, with spasmodic colic.
·Abdomen : Colic from uncovering.
·Abdomen : Colic, with upward pressure, causing short breath, and desire for stool.
·Urine : Renal colic extending to genitals, with dribbling urine.
·Renal colic, especially right side.
·Abdomen : Distended; meteorism; very severe colic.
·Stomach : Vomiting, with colic and convulsions.
·Abdomen : Lead colic during colic, urging to stool and discharge of hard feces.
·Neuralgic headache, cervico-occipital pain, cerebro-spinal meningitis, atonic diarrhoea, and intestinal colic.
·Abdomen : Colic.
·Stomach : Eructations with colicky pains.
·Useful in renal colic, prostatic affections, and catarrh of bladder.
·Abdomen : Colic at navel.
·Colic with flatulence.
·Stomach : Colic and cramps.
·Abdomen : Painter’s colic.
·Head : Delirium alternating with colic.
·Abdomen : Excessive colic, radiating to all parts of body.
·Abdomen : Obstructed flatus, with intense colic.
·Abdomen : Colic alternates with delirium and pain in atrophied limbs.
·Extremities : Pain in atrophied limbs alternates with colic.
·The Podophyllum disease is a gastro-enteritis with colicky pain and bilious vomiting.
·Abdomen : Flatulent colic.
·Reneal colic and calculi, gangrene.
·2x for pains of nephritic colic;
·Abdomen : Colic, with chilliness in evening.
·Abdomen : Stool liquid, frothy, profuse, brown, with colic, and pad-like swelling of intestines.
·Abdominal symptoms, colic, diarrhoea; haemorrhoids, especially chronic.
·Abdomen : Colicky pain about navel.
·Abdomen : Colic when uncovering.
·Rectum : Colicky, even ineffectual urging to evacuate altered fecal stools.
·Abdomen : Colic, compelling to walk bent.
·Abdomen : Rumbling with contraction of recti muscles, colic, incessant diarrhoea with purging.
·Acrid and greenish vomiting, colic and flatulence, nightly burning pains in stomach and constipation with urgent desire.
·Stomach : Flatulent colic (Cham; Diosc).
·Abdomen : Colic, mostly in hypogastric region.
·Abdomen : Colic, with nausea and flatulence; frequent watery, slimy stools.
·Renal colic; marasmus and periosteal pains due to venereal disease.
·Abdomen : Colic and backache at same time.
·Urinary : Renal colic.
·Urinary : Renal colic and dysuria in infants.
·Abdomen : Colic below navel.
·Abdomen : Gas, fullness and distention, colicky pain and uneasiness.
·Female : Menstrual colic, with coldness and intolerance of heat.
·Urinary : Renal colic (Pareira; Ocim; Berb).
·Is of much use in infantile colics when the child seems to be full of wind.
·Acetonaemia, prostration, fainting, constipation with colic a flatulence.
·Stool : Constipation, with colic and flatulence.
·Abdomen : Colic; cutting pain, with constipation; yellow hands and blue nails.
·Stomach : Colic; pains come on while bent forward; better, sitting up straight.
·Has been used for milk-flow in nursing women, lumbago and rheumatism, colic, with drowsiness and spasmodic yawning.
·Colic and diarrhoea.
·Abdomen : Cramp-like colic around navel, with a feeling of emptiness.
·Abdomen : Colic relieved by hard pressure.
·Abdomen : Colic after anger.
·Abdomen : Colic, with pelvic tenesmus.
·Urinary : Renal lithiasis; nephritic colic; blood and red sand in urine.
·Abdomen : Colic after drinking.
·Urinary : Renal colic; violent pain along ureter, left side.
THLASPI BURSA PASTORIS
·Female : Haemorrhage, with violent uterine colic.
·Urinary : Renal colic.
·Abdomen : Rumbling and colic.
·Triosteum is a very valuable remedy in diarrhoea attended with colicky pains and nausea, numbness of lower limbs after stool, and increased flow of urine; also in influenza.
·Biliousness. Bilious colic.
·Respiratory : Menstrual colic before the appearance of the discharge with strangury.
·Female : Menstrual colic before the appearance of the discharge with strangury.
·Abdomen : Abdomen sensitive to pressure, swollen with terrible colic.
·Colicky pains in pelvic organs.
·Abdomen : Sudden cramps and colic pains.
·Abdomen : Flatulent colic, with retraction of abdomen (Plumb).
·Abdomen : Colic, diarrhoea, extremely loose bowels.