Author: Cyrus Boger
Bruised soreness; liver, eyeballs, etc. Pains ascend from forehead, stomach, etc.
Bilious sick headaches; periodical. Nose, pressure at root or squeezing on bridge (Ham.). Tongue, greenish-yellow or feels drawn up. Vomiting bitter-sour; hot; bilious; ropy; gushing; setting teeth on edge (Sul-ac.); with colic and cold sweat on forehead and back of hands. Uneasy ache in liver. Choleo-cystitis. Gall-stones. Griping at navel. As of a band about abdomen. Weakness in hypogastrium. Stools tarry, clay-colored or undigested. Arrested menses. Astringent expectoration. Jaundice. Heat, with aversion to uncover. Cold sweat on back of hands.
Region: LIVER; Head.
Worse: Jarring; Motion; Cold.
Better: Lying on abdomen (Chel;).