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" ... thirst for very cold drinks ; vomiting of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach ; painless diarrhoea, discharges watery, greenish or black, decomposed blood ; great sense of weakness and emptiness in the abdomen. "
Therapeutic Key, Or, Practical Guide for the Homoeopathic Treatment of Acute ... - Page 73
by Isaac D. Johnson - 1877 - 312 pages
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The Medical Call: A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Wants of the ..., Volumes 1-2

Medicine - 1881
...like sago. Gradual loss of strength, [not debilitating, Phot. Ac.~\ Vomiting of what has been drank as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach. Sleepy...yellowish, very offensive. Great rumbling in the bowels, [Lye. — Vide Own. g.] Very indifferent, wants nothing, and cares for nothing. Frequent emissions...
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The Homoeopathic Therapeutics of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera, Cholera ...

James Bachelder Bell - Diarrhea - 1881 - 275 pages
...for very cold drinks; for something refreshing. Taste sweetish ; saltish ; sour; bitter after eating. Vomiting of what has been drunk, as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach. Vomiting relieved for a time by ice or very cold food ordiink. Burning in the stomach. Heartburn. Rising...
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The Diseases of Childhood with Therapeutic Indications

B. F. Underwood - Children - 1882 - 216 pages
...the morning. sunken eyes with blue margins. Tongue dry, with white coating. Thirst for cold drinks. Vomiting of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach. Phosphoric acid. — Evacuations whitish, watery, light yellow, painless. Blue margins around the eyes....
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Eaton's Domestic Practice for Parents and Nurses: Illustrated

Morton Monroe Eaton - Homeopathy - 1882 - 703 pages
...depression of the mental faculties, mild delirium, and grasping at flocks ; thirst for very cold drinks ; vomiting of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach ; painless diarrhoea, discharges watery, greenish or black, decomposed blood ; great sense of weakness...
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An Obstetric Mentor, a Handbook of Homoeopathic Treatment Required During ...

Clarence M. Conant - Homeopathic obstetrics - 1883 - 212 pages
...tallow. Worse in the morning, and from eating warm food (hot bread, biscuit.) Thirst for cold drinks ; vomiting of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach • slender red-haired women. PODOPH. : Watery, greenish or yellow faecal diarrhoea, with meal-like...
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The Homoeopathic Therapeutics of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera, Cholera ...

James Bachelder Bell - Cholera - 1888 - 191 pages
...especially at night, for something refreshing. Taste sweetish; saltish; sour; bitter after eating. Vomiting of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach. Vomiting relieved for a time by ice or very cold food or drink. Burning in the stomach. Heartburn....
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The Concordance Repertory of the More Characteristic Symptoms of ..., Volume 5

William Daniel Gentry - Homeopathy - 1891
...Eupat-perf. V. of bile and of blood. Crotal. V. of water, bilious and slimy masses, with great pain. Phos. V. of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in stomach. Phos. Waist.—Chill, as from cold air around w. Sil. Waking.—Chill in afternoon from four...
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A Hand-book on the Diseases of Children and Their Homeopathic Treatment

Charles Edmund Fisher - Children - 1895 - 905 pages
...involuntary action, passing with force; sudden urging to stool; pale, sallow, changeable color of the face; vomiting of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach. For the hydrencephaloid case attended by relaxation of the bowels and sympathetic nervous system I...
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Medical Century, Volume 4

Charles Edmund Fisher - Medicine - 1896
...by warm food and the patient often vomits, in fact one of the characteristics of Phosphorus is the vomiting of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach. With the diarrhea there is a weak, gone feeling in the stomach and perhaps burning between the shoulders....
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A Guide to Homoeopathic Practice: Designed from the Use of Families and ...

Isaac D. Johnson - 1900 - 494 pages
...depression of the mental faculties, mild delirium, and grasping at flocks. Thirst for very cold drinks. * Vomiting of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach. Painless diarrhoea, discharges watery, greenish or black, decomposed blood, [also Chin.] Great sense...
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