Causes: Acid things. Overloading stomach. Spirits. Tobacco. Wine. Hot weather. Cold bathing. Bread. Dietetic indiscretions. Fat food. Pastry. Sweets. Metastasis of rheumatism or gout. Sour wine. Sour food.
Desires: Beer. Pickles. Sour things. Great desires for pickles. Craving for acids, especially pickles.
Aversion: To food and drink.
Taste: Bitter taste. Insipid. Saltish. Sour. Loss of taste.
Appetite: Increased esp. in morning. Appetite extremely little. Lack of appetite. Strong feeling of hunger in the morning on awaking, without appetite, not relieved by eating.
Thirst: Violent thirst with dryness of the lips. Intense thirst. In the evening, thirst and inclination to drink. Drinks much only at night. Much thirst at night.
Tongue: Thick, milky white coating on the tongue. Thickly coated: Milky white.
Nausea: Nausea with vertigo. Nausea after drinking a glass of wine. Constant nausea. Intermittent nausea. Nausea in throat. Nausea after wine; after sour wine. Bread and pastry cause nausea and colic.
Vomiting: Nausea and vomiting from over loading the stomach or after drinking wine. Vomiting of mucus and of bile, sometimes accompanied by diarrhoea, great anxiety, and convulsions. Vomiting after drinking. Vomiting after eating. Vomiting during measles. Vomiting after milk. Vomiting after mothers milk. Vomiting after sour wine. Vomiting of bile. Bitter Vomiting. Vomiting of blood.
Vomiting of food. Vomiting immediately after eating. Vomiting of undigested food. Vomiting of curdled milk; of mucus. Violent vomiting; bitter, of bile; of slimy mucus; renewed on taking food or drink. Greenish vomiting soon after nursing. Vomiting of sour curds. Vomiting continues after nausea ceases.
Nausea and Vomiting or Vomiting without nausea is very persistent and striking. Excessive Vomiting of mucus and bile with convulsions or diarrhoea. Violent Vomiting with anxiety. Nausea with vertigo.
Heartburn with good appetite.
Eructation with a raw taste. Loud eructation. Bitter eructation like bile. Regurgitation of fluid, with a taste of the ingesta, in the afternoon. Eructation with taste of food or very acid. Hiccough on smoking tobacco. Sweetish waterbrash.
Stomach and Abdomen: Great desire to take food which is not appropriated to strength. Loss of appetite with disgust of food. Desire for acids and for pickles. Frequent discharges of wind upward and downward. Belching with taste of ingesta. Stomach is easily deranged and feels over loaded or as if had eaten too much, feels sore or oppressed, even from taking a bad cold. Gastric catarrh with the characteristic white tongue; even if caused by metastasis of rheumatism or gout. Violent thirst, often with dry lips. Cramp – like pain in stomach.
Abdomen very much distended. Accumulation of flatus in abdomen with rumbling. Frequent eructations. Loss of appetite. Heartburn, nausea. Vomiting. Bloating after eating. Aversion to all food. Saliva salty. Dry mouth. Bitter taste. Thirst worse at night or thirstlessness. During supper dyspnoea. Sensation of emptiness in bowels, ceasing after eating.
Stool: Alternate constipation and diarrhoea especially of old people; difficult hard stool, feces too large, childrens stools white, dry, with hard lumps of curd. Watery diarrhoea with cutting in bowels. Continuous discharge of mucus from the rectum. Diarrhoea after acids, sour wine, baths, overeating; slimy, flatulent stools. Hard lumps mixed with watery stool. Stools composed entirely of mucus. Mucus piles, continued oozing of mucus.
Urine: Turbid with foul odor, golden yellow; brownish red; dark colored.
Accompaniments: The child cannot bear being touched or looked at.
Exceedingly fretful and peevish, dislikes to be looked at or touched or to be washed in cool water. Loathing of life. Sulky, does not wish to speak. Peevish vexed without cause. Headache followed by nosebleed; after bathing; after suppressed eruptions. Nostrils chapped. Sore, cracked and crusty nostrils. Cracks or painful sores on the corners of the mouth, coming and going at long intervals.
Nails brittle, grow out of shape. Feet very tender, covered with large horny places. Eczema with gastric derangements. Skin sensitive to cold bathing, continual drowsiness in old people. Horny excrescences. Smooth warts, which are often soft. Tendency to grow fat. Rheumatic or gouty pains with gastric symptoms. Much exhausted from warm weather, can not bear the heat of the sun. Chronic affections traceable to suppressed eruptions or ulcers.
Aggravation: From cold bathing. From taking cold, from wet poultices and from washing. Sensitive to cold air, acids, wine, water.
Amelioration: In the cold air. Moist warmth.