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Enormous accumulation of flatulence all pressing upward; ball rising in throat.
Great suffering, especially hysterical, from suppression of discharges.
Discharges foetid.
Great sensitiveness to contact; in ulcers, especially periosteal.

“Full of wind; flatulence with eructations all PRESSING UPWARD, but none downward. Seems as if she would burst with the upward pressure, reverse peristalsis.” “Especially useful if its nervous symptoms come on after the suppression of leucorrhoeal or other habitual discharges.” All discharges offensive, even of ulcers, and great sensitiveness to contact or touch. Osteitis or caries with this same exceeding sensitiveness to contact (HEPAR.,).

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