DIOSCOREA VILLOSA (Dios.) – ڈیوسکوریا
ABDOMINAL PAINS BETTER WITH STRETCHING
CONFUSED AFTER STOOL, after coition.
Tired individuals who want to be quiet. Aversion to company and conversation. Has lost ambition.
Mind becomes more and more tired and eventually forgets words, makes mistakes in using words, in writing. Calls things by using the wrong words, ex. confusing left for right, etc.
Fear of people. Feels restless <night, yet walking ameliorates.
Anxiety after a stool. Anxiety on waking.
Severe cramping, gripping, cutting ABDOMINAL PAIN, as if the intestines are twisting >STRETCHING, BENDING BACKWARD.
Severe cases of colic not relieved by stool.
Pains shift to distant parts, fingers or toes. As these pains get stronger, the abdominal pains lessen.
Pains in liver extending to chest, arm, nipple. Pains in rectum extending to liver.
Pains in ureters extending to penis and testes.
Coldness of genitals esp. in evening.
Cramps in fingers during parturition.
Stomach pulsation while lying on back.
Gas and eructation after tea.
AGG.: coition, night, stool, tea.
AMEL.: motion, walking, stretching.