Causes: Cold food. Sweets
Type: Nervous. Catarrhal. Flatulent.
Desires: Cheese. Strong cheese. Coffee. Cold drinks. Salt things. Sour things. Sweets. Sugar. (Evening)
Taste: Bitter taste. Metallic taste. Pappy taste. Sour taste. Tastelessness of food. Taste coppery; like ink. Sweetish-bitter taste.
Appetite: Diminished. Easy satiety. Wanting. No appetite.
Thirst: Marked thirst. Extreme thirst. Thirstlessness Little or no thirst.
Tongue: Tongue Black. Dirty. Red. Red stripe down centre. Red tip. White. Silvery all over. White centre. Yellow-white. tongue has prominent papillae. Tip is red and painful.
Painful red tip of the tongue. Dry tongue with thirst. Tongue white and moist. Red Streak down the middle of the tongue.
Nausea: In the noon. In the evening. Before breakfast. Constant. Deathly; after dinner. From dreams. After eating. Nausea better after eating; faint-like; on rising; after sweets.
Nausea with rumbling in abdomen. Nausea and loud eructations. Nausea after each meal, especially after dinner.
Vomiting: Violent vomiting, with anxiety in the praecordial region. Black Vomit. Vomiting and diarrhoea, with violent. Colicky pain. Violent vomiting of glassy tenacious mucus, capable of being drawn into thread. Vomiting of greenish water and milk. Vomiting of some fluid, of bile, black vomit with anxiety in precordia.
The vomited substance tinged the bedding black. Deathly nausea with headache not abating after vomiting. Incessant vomiting of food, with smooth dry tongue; flatulent dyspepsia. Regularly towards midnight, attacks of pain preceded by Vomiting of slimy and bilious fluid.
Vomiting at night, at midnight; During diarrhoea; Incessant. Green, glairy; of mucus; during diarrhoea; Sour; Stringy; tenacious.
Eructations: In the morning; Ameliorate. Difficult: after drinking; After eating; Ineffectual and incomplete. Paroxysmal; On rising up; After sweets; Empty; of food. Testing like food; of large quantities of wind; Loud; Sour Ineffectual efforts to eructate, causing strangulation,which is finally relieved by loud belching; the paroxysm is preceded by yawning and followed by exhaustion and deep sleep. Belching accompanies most gastric ailments. Violent belching. Great relief from belching.
Violent moisty belching. Eructations of air accompanied by a mouthful of undigested food. After yawning, feeling as if stomach would burst; wind presses upwards, but this oesophagus feels spasmodically closed; hence with excessive Strangulation, pressing pain in stomach, faintish nausea, confluence of water in his mouth and inability to stir; the paroxysm ceases after a quarter of an hour amidst frequent and violent outrush of wind.
Stomach and abdomen: Gastralgia especially in delicate, nervous women; brought on by any emotion, loss of sleep or at menstrual period. Growing pain in left side of the stomach. Pressure with heaviness (sensation of lump) and nausea. Trembling and throbbing in stomach. Most gastric complaints are accompanied by Violent belching. Pain increases and decreases slowly. Sensation as of ball ascending from abdomen to throat. Pain in abdomen as if sore; with meat hunger; ameliorated after eating, but a trembling sets in its place.
Violent pain, patient rolls on floor; descending-colon tender to touch. Fullness, heaviness and distension of abdomen with anxiety. Flatulence. Intolerance of lacing round hypochondria. No appetite; longing for sugar; pain after eating; wind dyspepsia; violent belching; bowels usually regular; great relief from belching; Violent noisy belching; Much flatulence. Irresistible desire for sugar in the evening. Longing for cheese and salt. Flatulent indigestion, loud rumbling, sensation as if stomach and oesophagus were filled with food which oppresses and feels like a weight. Stitches in stomach and short breathing.
Pain at epigastrium and under left ribs immediately after eating with flatulence and loud rumbling. Sharp stinging pains soon after taking food with copious tasteless eructations. The stomach seems as if it would burst with wind, with great desire to belch, which is accomplished with difficulty, when the air rushes out with great violence, or vomiting of stringy, glairy mucus; after taking any fluid, it appears as if it were running straight through the intestinal canal, without stopping. Child cries with pain during eructation.
Distress and distention of his stomach soon after eating; sensation as of a lump or load in stomach, or as if food had lodged there; ineffectual efforts to eructate, strangulation and purple face; enormous distention of stomach and abdomen with very free eructation of gas, gas rises easily and in volumes and discharges in both directions with noise. Tongue is thickly coated white. Craving for and a decided aggravation from sweets. Gastritis of drunkards, pain and flatulence, enormous distention and free eructations, or feeling of a stone in stomach, distress from any food or water.
Stool: Diarrhoea, green mucus, looking like chopped spinach, sometimes of undigested food, of offensive odor, passed with much noisy flatulence and forcible spluttering. The diarrhoea is caused or is worse from sweets, from drinking water, and from mental excitement, worry or shock. Acute or chronic diarrhoea with abdominal distention and noisy eructation, and flatulence.
Urine: In continence of; too copious; suppression of; emission of a few more drops after one is done urinating.
Accompaniments: A withered and dried up person. Time passes slowly, wants to do things in a hurry, must walk fast, is always hurried. Easily excited, nervous, irritable, anxious. Vertigo, as if turning in a circle, accompanied by headache. Face looks old, sunken, dirty; weakness, emaciation, debility. Chronic hoarseness; headache relieved by tying a handkerchief tightly around the head, worse is open air. Lips dry and viscid without thirst. Dryness of tongue with thirst; ptyalism. Sensation of expansion, face and head. Palpitation with nausea. Backache relieved when standing or walking.