Gall Bladder Disorder/Colic
The gall bladder may develop a swelling (the condition being called cholecystitis) or a stone in its cavity.
Symptoms of gall bladder disease include nausea, belching, a sensation of fullness in the stomach and sometimes severe pain in the abdomen (gall colic).
Check if most symptoms of any of the below given medicines match with your symptoms:
Berberis vulgaris 30 : Short, sudden, stabbing type of pain in the liver region, sometimes radiating to the left shoulder. The pain is worse when standing or moving. The urine is high coloured but the stools are clay-like creamish in colour.
Chelidonium majus 30 : Almost constant pain in the liver region and the lower tip of right scapula (triangular bone of the upper back) with nausea and bilious vomiting. The pain lessens in the evening, after dinner. The whole body looks yellow. The tongue shows a thick yellow coating with imprint of teeth. There is a desire for hot drinks/food.
China 30 : Soreness and pain in the whole abdomen from accumulation of gas, forcing the victim to bend forward and put hard pressure on the abdomen. Belching or passing flatus gives no relief from discomfort. There is intense hunger but no desire to eat.
Colocynth 30 : Very severe, agonising pain in the abdomen, especially in the evening from 4 to 9 p.m. The pain comes in paroxysms, becoming so terrible every few minutes that the victim bends forward, twisting and turning in bed to get relief. Discharge of gas gradually eases pain.
Dioscorea 30 : Violent colic, occurring in regular paroxysms, as if the intestines were being twisted by a powerful hand. Pain is worse on bending forward or lying down but becomes less on standing erect or bending backward.
Mag phos 30 : Severe unbearable pain in the abdomen that comes in paroxysmal attacks, compelling the victim to loosen clothes and bend forward. Pressing / massaging the abdomen or applying heat relieves pain but discharge of gas doesn't.
If the selected medicine does not relieve pain in an hour or two, consult a competent doctor. In case of nonpainful problems of the gall bladder, discontinue the medicine when about fifty per cent improvement occurs.
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