Left Sided Abdominal Affections
Left side abdominal pain is defined as pain occurring in the abdomen, to the left of an imaginary straight line drawn from the center of just under chest through the umbilicus or belly button, down to the top of the genitalia. Other symptoms include: convulsive pains, feeling of fear, acute and chronic inflammation of the organs located in the left side of abdomen. There are many reasons for the causes of this pain ranging from diverticulitis, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney infections, kidney stone, bowel problems, like diverticulitis, and constipation, to pain arising from muscles and skin over the left side of the abdomen.
This compositum is particularly indicated in the left sided abdominal affections, convulsive pains with flushing. The pains are particularly located around the descending colon sigmoid, arousing fear of cancer which is often well grounded. This compositum is also recommended upon the cyst of ovaries with the symptoms of acute and chronic inflammation. Further symptoms where this compositum is result oriented are renal calculi, intestinal colic, left renal colic and inflammation of the left ovary.