Intolerance of Milk.
ACIDUM PHOSPHORICUM. Vomiting of milk in a suckling. Waxy face; blue rings round eyes. Child does not cry.
AETHUSA CYNAPIUM. Intolerance of milk (CALC., SIL.). Vomits everything taken, especially milk – ejected in greenish or yellowish curds. After vomiting, the child is so exhausted, it falls asleep at once. After vomiting, relaxed and drowsy. Or hungry after vomiting. AETHUSA is a remedy of violence – violent vomiting – violent convulsions – violent pains – violent diarrhoea. In convulsions, eyes turn down. The mental symptoms, “peculiar to children, and frequently of adults”, are great anguish and crying. Later somnolence. Adults with regurgitation of food (PHOS.) an hour after eating. Copious vomiting, with a feeling of distress. Sensation as if stomach turn upside down.
CALCAREA CARBONICA. Large, open fontanelles. Much perspiration about the head in large drops, which wet the pillow for around where child is sleeping (SIL.). Large head, chalky look. More inclined to grow far than strong. Plus tissue of minus quality. Chalky stools. Teething delayed. CALC. CARB. has, desire for milk, aversion to milk, worse from milk. Night terrors. Child wakes screaming.
LAC CANINUM. Intolerance of milk (AETHUSA, CALC. CARB., SIL.). Distension of abdomen with tenderness.
MAGNESIA CARBONICA. Intolerance of milk with dry constipation. Stools pale, dry crumbling. In marasmic children.
NATRUM CARBONICUM. Aversion to milk, which disagrees (CALC., SIL.). Abdomen hard, bloated, swollen. Accumulation of flatus; loud rumbling; swelling here and there as from incarcerated wind. Flatus changing place, and causing pain. Aversion to milk and diarrhoea from milk.
SILICEA. The child refuses to take the breast, and vomits after milk (AETHUSA). Hardness and bloatedness of abdomen. Aversion to mother’s milk. Head-sweats, and open fontanelles. Head sweats profusely in sleep (CALC.); extends down neck; may be offensive. Scabby, offensive eruptions on scalp; may discharge pus.