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GALL-STONES

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Calcarea phos
To prevent the reformation of new stones.

Magnesia phos
Spasms from gall-stones.

Natrum sulph
Cannot bear tight clothing around waist.

CLINICAL CASES

CASE 1
Woman, married, grown children, aged 37. Headache followed by vomiting of bile for several years. Face purple. Heat ameliorates the pain. Pain begins in right eye, spreads over the forehead with a dragging feeling in; back of head. Pain in sacrum extends to thighs, aggravated on right side. Nervous, easily startled, apprehensive. Intensely fastidious. Had gall-stone colic three months ago. Cold feet. Headache at menstrual period for sixteen years. Menstrual flow thick, clotted, dark, lasts one day. Stool, light color when sick, darker when in better health. Must restrain herself or she will commit suicide. Slow pulse at times. Tired all the time. Condemned to an operation by the surgeon for gall-stone. Fissured tongue. Natrum sulphuricum cured; the gall stones disappeared.

CASE 2
Man actively engaged in business, weight 180 pounds, aged 40. Pain in region of gall bladder. Gall-stone colic. Came on after indigestion. Dull aching in that region. Must walk about the room, not ameliorated in any position. Only once has stool become light colored. Pain in region of kidneys also through pelvic region and legs with a cloudy condition of the urine; dribbling of few drops of urine after urination. Dull heavy pain in right side behind the lower ribs, continuous pain; pain extends up right side as far as nipple; stabbing pains in breast. Pain in duodenum aggravated after eating. Natrum sulph. cured. The patient is in perfect health. (Dr. Kent, in his Materia Medica.)
Dr. Julia C. Loos reports a striking case of impacted gall bladder in the Homceopathician, May, 1912, for which Natrum sulph. 50m was prescribed on the following symptoms: Recurrent biliary colic; gall bladder fills one-third abdomen, six days. Adhesions. Desires cold; changing position; aggravation night, eleven to six. Local aggravation motion, painless side; amelioration thigh flexed, warmth. Urine flocculent sediment. Temperature normal, pulse hundred eight. Urging stool only flatus relieves. Tongue dry, fissured coating. Thirst moderate. Fullness drinking. Thigh sharp pains. Perfect cure followed within three days.



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