Author: Cyrus Boger
Hepato-haemorrhagic diathesis. Burnings; in hepatic region.
Hopeless, weak and drowsy. Craves iced drinks. Bilious vomitus. Sore or dull bursting ache over gall-bladder, or liver, down over bowels to navel or toward left scapula, or along spine. Liver swelled transversely. Acute liver conditions. Gall-stones. Muddy, watery, morning stool. STOOLS TARRY OR BLACK, FOUL; stringy, waxy; spurting; with pain at navel. Dysentery; after diarrhoea. Prolapsing piles; with haemorrhage (Lach.). Leucorrhoea; warm, watery; runs down limbs. Pain in (l) sciatic nerve on sitting. Nails very thin; soft and splitting. Jaundice.
Region: Liver; Right side.
Worse: Cold drinks; Motion; Periodically.
Better: Lying on stomach or side.