Total loss of appetite in the morning, craving for food at noon, and exceedingly hungry and wakeful at night; pain after a hearty meal, but abstinence from any particular food does not relieve the dyspepsia; belching and acid eructations, frequent vomiting SENSATION AS IF SOME INDIGESTIBLE SUBSTANCE HAD STUCK IN THE CARDIAC END OF THE STOMACH (Lact.ac.; sensation as if all food lodged under upper end of stomach). Continual distressing constriction just above the pit of stomach as if everything aware knotted p or as if a hard lump of undigested food remained there, () by bending and pressure with hands.
ATONIC DYSPEPSIA, with loss of appetite, great debility and prostration,when recovering from severe acute affections or from malaria(Compare Chin)
Sinking sensation at epigastrium, after eating; nervous exhaustion with inactive bowels and tremulousness of lower extremities; pulsation at the pit of stomach, sensation of constriction as of a cord; sudden violent pains with nausea, deathly faintness and prostration; cold sweat.
DRYNESS, hence deficient of gastric juice in stomach; irregular or excessive appetite; derangement of stomach and oesophagus, so that even small portions of food are swallowed with difficult, tingling itching at tongue, loss of taste, heartburn; potatoes disagree; acrid. salty taste of all food;saliva salty,mouth feels dry; aversion to meat and craving for indigestible things; chronic indurated engorgement of glands; STUBBORN CONSTIPATION FROM INERTIA AND DRYNESS OF RECTUM; PRURITUS ANI.
Sour eructations; aching in a small spot on right side of abdomen, in hepatic region sensation as of a spoiled stomach and regurgitation stomach after midnight; frequent tenesmus, but no. tool, with considerable anxiety;wants nobody around her, she must lie down on account of giddiness and sensation of weakness of stomach, () on pressure; sensation of soreness in spinal cord and occiput; indigestion with chilliness, () by lying on abdomen; desire for sweetened buttermilk; sudden pain in stomach as if she would sink down, () walking about.
Insipid taste; disgust for food desire for ice-cream; ANOREXIA OF DRUNKARDS; belching of tasteless wind, with a feeling of obstruction at the pit of stomach; shuddering proceeding from stomach; qualmishness from odors,smell of food, cooking , etc. Fel bovis-Dry tongue, eructations; borborygmi in epigastrium and abdomen; flatulent dyspepsia; incomplete digestion of food; constipation of soft stool, when nearly done he can still press out some faecal lumps; DYSPEPSIA OF CONVALESCENTS FROM SEVERE ACUTE DISEASES (Kreos). Fel vulpis-Dyspepsia, based on al;lassitude of the whole intestinal canal, hence flatulence, constipation; foul Lienteria stool from decomposition of food.
Increased of the watery elements of the blood and decrease of solids; relaxation and debility after an excitation which might decreases of solids;relaxation and debility after an excitation which might be mistaken for exuberance of life; unbearable taste of blood, of rotten eggs; loathing for sour things; of meat,which disagrees, of hot things (Calc.carb); solid food is dry and insipid while masticating; appetite good and bad alternately; nausea, with headache; nightly diarrhoea; VOMITING IMMEDIATELY AFTER EATING; heavy pressure on pit of stomach after every meal;painless and involuntary diarrhoea, with undigested food, of constipation from intestinal atony. Wind dyspepsia.
Anorexia, aversion to milk, (