Nausea or Vomiting
Check if most symptoms of any of these medicines match with most of your symptoms:
Arsenic 30 : Nausea and vomiting from foodpoisoning, with pressure and burning pain in the pit of the stomach. The victim cannot bear the smell or sight of food. If anything is consumed, it is soon vomited in the form of a dark, offensive fluid. Severe prostration and fear of death are important features of this medicine.
Ipecac 30 : Almost constant nausea, which is not relieved by vomiting. Vomiting of whitish or greenish, jellylike mucous. Thirstlessness is an important pointer to this remedy.
Nux v 30 : Nausea after eating, especially in the morning, the victim thinking he will feel better if vomiting occurs. The person keeps away from food in spite of hunger. An oversensitive nature and frequent ineffectual desire to pass stools are other features of this medicine.
Phos 30 : Nausea with burning and an 'all-gone' sensation in the stomach. The victim craves and consumes cold foods/drinks which help him temporarily. However, as soon as the food gets hot in the stomach, it is vomited out. Vomitus may even contain bright red blood.
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