Pain below the xiphoid process, in a small spot, extending to a corresponding point in spine, (<) by pressure; spasm across lower part of chest and in stomach, due to ulceration in mucous membrane of stomach and duodenum, coming on late evenings and lasting all night.
Stomach tender to pressure, even to the slightest touch; gnawing in pit of stomach; vomiting of blood, with fainting before and after it; frequent vomiting, with apprehension of death; pain in stomach while or immediately after eating, or gagging, nausea and
vomiting, mostly after two hours even from the lightest kind of food.
Pressing pain after eating and vomiting of acrid, sour masses, which set teeth on edge; hard swelling in pyloric region, just above the navel, very sensitive to touch; severe gastralgia, constant vomiting; deathly paleness of face, with cold perspiration; hands and feet icy-cold; pulse very small; peritonitis from perforation (Belladonna).
Pressure as from a load in one spot, with pressure in spine, (>) by bending backward, nausea and vomiturition after eating; vomiting of all fluids as soon as taken.
Violent burning pain in stomach, chiefly pyloric region; pressure in scrobiculum after eating; vomiting of water drunk, also of blood, of frothy mucus, tinged bright-red; thirst, with aversion to all food; urinary troubles.
Haemorrhage, blood black; violent throbbing or trembling of stomach; soreness of abdomen; tarry stools.
Oval ulcers, excavating in depth without spreading in circumference; pressure and heaviness in stomach after eating; dizziness, followed by violent vomiting of a white mucus; acid fluid, with pressure and burning in stomach; vomiting of sour, undigested food; of bile, with pinkish, glairy fluid; of blood, with cold sweat on hands; hot face.
Earthy color or face; rising of sour, acrid fluids; vomiting of sour water and mucus; fulness of stomach and abdomen; pain in stomach after eating; rumbling and gurgling in abdomen; constipation; scanty urine; (<) from sitting bent, (>) from rising and walking about; no pain at night when warm in bed.
Constant violent pain and pressure in stomach after eating, even the simplest food; constrictive, squeezing pain, with much belching, one to two hours after eating, and ending with vomiting and gulping up of food; constipation; circumscribed redness of face; skin cool; pulse very small and frequent; chilliness, alternating with flushes of heat.
Severe pressure in stomach after eating, with immediate vomiting of food; haemorrhage from stomach, (>) from drinking cold water; sourish, offensive fluid ejected in large quantities, looking like water, ink and coffee-grounds, after food or even a swallow of water; goneness in region of stomach; frequent fainting, cold extremities with sensation of heat in back between shoulder- blades.
Vomiting of sour, watery fluid or of blood; tasteless or putrid eructations; burning, gnawing pains in paroxysms; great thirst, no appetite, hopelessness; styes on left upper eyelid; frequent urination, (<) afternoon; desire to urinate immediately after having done so; constipation; extreme debility and languor; ill- humor; vomiting white fluid.