For a spastic colon with rumbling, gurgling, gas, sputtering,
involuntary bowel movements. Easily excited, angry, revengeful.
Stomach pain after fright, shock, fear, anxiety.
Restlessness. Pain that happens suddenly or after cold weather.
Sneezing and jarring movements make pain worse.
Gnawing pain in pit of stomach. Sensitive to pressure, radiates in
all directions. Nausea, bloating. Fullness, rumbling. Apprehensive. hurried,
trembling. Worse after eating, 9 pm, nigh, touch, sugar, anxiety, warmth.
Better open air.
Burning pain immediately after eating. Anxious because of infection or food poisoning.
germs. Feels like they are going downhill fast. Panicky.
Sharp stomach pains that suddenly appear and disappear suddenly. Pain is
worse with motion. Better with steady pressure. Better lying on the stomach.
Nerves are upset with dread any downward motion, like a seasick feeling.
Has no appetite. Discontented and crying.
Sharp pain is so bad that the person does not want to move. Wants to be
still and left alone. Very thirsty. Irritable.
Indigestion after fatty or sour foods. Crave strong tasting, spicy
foods. Wants to be at home all the time. Sluggish and acting lazy.
Overwhelmed by all sensory input; things feels out of control, chaotic.
Wants to exert control over their environment to feel safe. Burning pain
accompanied by hard, dry stools. Constipated and be craving sugary foods.
Worse in late afternoon. Better with pressure.
Pain from gas and belching about 30 minutes after eating. Simplest foods
disagrees. Aversion to meat, milk, and fatty foods. Wants clothing loose
around abdomen. Chilly, but better from cold. Craves fresh moving air
Whining and fussing, especially in children. They will pout, cry and flail around,
because they are in pain and don't know what they want or what will make them feel
Pain around liver and right scapula. Dictatorial attitude.
Terrible cramping pain. Distension and fullness specially after eating.
Skin is so sensitive, don't want to be touched or have
hair brushed or change their clothes.
Hits, strikes, bites others, throws things. Feels hurt or insulted and
injured. Aggressive but doesn't want mean to be.
Sharp, cutting or stabbing feeling in the gut. Better by bending over and pressing.
- Croton tig
Gripping stomach pain associated with profuse watery diarrhea.
Body is rigid,
with fast, sudden cramping, jerking. Projectile vomiting. Wrapping up or
pressure makes it better. Person is serious and closed.
twisted, stretched and pulled as in the wringing of a rag. Feel they need to
stretch backwards, forwards, or side to side to get the pain out.
Rumbling in the bowels; sour belching; craves food that
doesnt agree with them. Aafter receiving bad news or shock; frequent
sighing; sensitive, nervous, excitable.
Constant non-stop desire to vomit. Horrible sinking feeling in stomach.
Disgusted by food because they have been chronically sick for so
long. Vomits within a few hours after eating. Upset and shout at every little
malabsorption. Person missed intimate bonding with the mother, such as in no
breastfeeding, or in adoption. Doesn't want
to be a part of this world and wants to crawl back into the womb.
Gassy pain with constipation. Acts like they are better than
others. Fear of failure, bossy to those weaker.
Very whiney and cramping because feel things are unfair and that they
don't get the care they need. Don't like it when people in the family argue.
Better with heat.
Person is whiney and cramping because feel things are unfair and that
the mother doesn't love them enough. Better heat and lying on right side.
Person is whiny and cramping because its unfair that other
siblings don't love them enough. Better heat and pressure.
Stomach pain is relieved by eating. Low stomach acid or enzymes and can't break down food easily. Mild
and sweet. Prefer to be with one specific friend.
Pain from acid indigestion. Indigestion is accompanied by
sour belching, sour tasting vomit and a yellow discoloration of the tongue.
Stomach pain begins after eating fats.
Burning, raw, excoriating feeling in gut and rectum. Feeling exhausted.
Gassy, nausea and/or diarrhea from anger and overeating.
are oversensitive; snappy. Competitive, ambitious and serious.
Severely constipated because they
don't feel the sensory urge to stool. Stools may come involuntarily. Don't feel pain. Want to escape this world.
nauseous with some burning pain. Desires cold or cold/fizzy drinks which makes pain
feel better. Very open, social and sensitive to the environment.
Cramps, followed by yellowish, foul
smelling watery, profuse, explosive and noisy, splattering bowel movements.
Pain caused by eating rich food, pastry,
fatty foods. Stomach pain moves from here and there and pains are wandering. Clingy, sweet and
affectionate. Needy; always wants to be hugged, cuddled and loved.
Stomach hurts because of emotions or stress or insult. Emotionally
vulnerable, easily embarrassed and worries if they are liked by others.