Excites vomiting. [WEDEL, l. c.]
Along with stomachache and convulsive movements she vomits. [JUNCKER and BOEHMER, Diss. sistens casum Matronoe largissimo usu Opii tractoe, Halae, 1744, p. 7. (Not accessible).]
Constant vomiting. [PYL, l. c., p. 94.]
Vomiting of green matter. [DE LA CROIX, l. c.]
200. Insensibility of the stomach to emetics. [MURRAY, l. c.]
Eructation (aft. 5 h.). [GRIMM, l. c.]
Full in the stomach. [JOERDENS, l. c.]
Stomachache. [BOHN, l. c.]
Hiccough continued, with short interruptions. [SCHWEIKERT, in Hufel. Journ., viii, 3.]
205. Great aching in the stomach (immediately). [WILLIS, l. c.]
Pressure in the stomach, as if a stone lay there (aft. 2 h.).
Immediately after a meal violent pressure in the gastric region relieved by walking. [Ctz.]
Painful (i.e. to touch.) distension of the stomach. [D’ OUTREPONT, l. c.]
210. After dinner, extremely annoying pressure over the stomach, as if he had eaten too much or too hard food, which was relieved by movement in the open air. [Sche.]
Violent pains in the stomach. [LEVESQUE – BLASOURCE, l. c.]
Quickly, stomachache and compression of the diaphragm. [FR. HOFFMANN, Diss. de corrections Opii., hal., 1702, § 16. (Not accessible.) ]
Constrictive pain in the stomach, which is intolerable and causes deathly anxiety. [YOUNG, l. c. (From opium taken immediately after dinner. [Young’s statement is that the man took his dose ‘after a plentiful supper and load of liquor.”) ]
Weakens the stomach. [HALLER, l. c., p. 519.]
215. Makes the digestion slower and diminishes the appetite. [GEOFFROY, Mat. Medorrhinum, ii. (General statement.) ]
Slow digestion. [WILLIS, l. c. cap. 2.]
Deranges the digestion, excites a feeling of weight and compression in the stomach, and an indescribable uneasiness in the scrobiculus cordis. [ETTMULLER, l. c.]
Painful distension of the scrobiculus cordis. [TRALLES, l. c., p. 142.]
The abdomen is distented especially in the umbilical region. [De LA CROIX, l. c.]
220. Feeling of distension of the abdomen and particularly of the stomach.
In the stomach and bowels accumulation of flatulence. [MURRAY, l. c.]
Distented abdomen. [DE LA CROIX,- TRALLES, l. c.]
Abdomen tense and painful. [J. HUNTER, l. c.]
Bellyache, as from a purgative (aft. ½ h.).
225. Bellyache, as from a chill.
Bellyache of simple pain, as if bruised (aft. 2 h.).
Aching and pressing distension of the abdomen as if it would burst; it was relieved by bodily exertion, on sitting down the aching returned (aft. 2 h.). [Gn.]
Constant development of flatulence. [TRALLES, l. c., pp. 142, 148,- REINEGGS, l. c.]
Frequent discharge of flatus (aft. 24 h.). [Gn.]
230. Sensation ofa weight in the abdomen, in the umbilical region, with anxiety, sensation of transient, internal heat, and stupefaction of the head (aft. 1 h.).
Throbbing in the abdomen.
Aching and tensive pain in the abdomen (aft. 24 h.).
Stitches in the left side of the abdomen, also when not breathing (aft. 3 h.).
Bellyache before and after evacuation of the bowels.
235. Pressure and heaviness in the abdomen as from a stone. [CH G. BUTTNER, Unterr, uber d. Todtlichk. D. Wunden, p. 224. (Observation (p. 204). ]
Drawing pain in the abdomen. [MATTHAEI, l. c.]
Pain in the abdomen, as if the bowels were cut to pieces. [JUNCKER and BOHMER, l. c., p. 8.]
Inactivity of the bowels and retained stool. (In the original – “dulness or difficulty of evacuation.”) [WILLIS, l. c.]
Paralysis of the bowels. (Rather – “the intestines seemed paralysed.”) [PYL, l. c., p. 94.]
240. Almost always binds the bowels. [TRALLES, l. c., p. 145.]
Rare evacuations. [MURRAY, l. c.]
Constant retention of the stool and costiveness. [TRALLES, l. c., p. 144.]
Retention of the intestinal evacuations.
Faeces and urine interrupted. [KILIAN, l. c.]
245. Constipation for ten days (ending in death). [PYL, l. c.]
Hard stool only passed with an effort, for six days. [Ctz.]
Costiveness for six or eight weeks, with anorexia; the excrements only come away with clysters, and in the form of small hard balls. [JUNCKER and BOHMER, l. c., p. 8.]
250. Costiveness for several months. [TRALLES, l. c., p. 145.]
Stool in small hard lumps, with labour-like pains, as in parturition. [TRALLES, l. c., p. 146.]
Almost incurable, chronic costiveness. [WALDSCHMID, l. c., p. 17.]
Opium sometimes causes diarrhoea (in its secondary action). [HAMBERGER, l. c., § 15.]
Evacuation of the bowels, pappy stool (Immediately or within ½ h.).
255. Very foetid stool (aft. 20 h.).
Increased faecal evacuation. [BAURR, (Observation). In (Acta Nat. Cur., ii, obs. 93.)
Watery diarrhoea. [BAUTZMANN, (Observation (Obs.44.) in Misc. Nat. Cur.,Dec. ii, ann. 8. (When ever she uses opium for her toothache.)