BM 195 (Peptic Ulcer)
Peptic ulcer specific symptoms are gnawing, burning pain in the upper abdomen. Symptoms frequently occur several hours following a meal after the food leaves the stomach but acid production is still high. Extreme burning sensation, instead of pain some patients experience intense hunger or bloating. Some patients have no pain but have black stools which indicate that ulcer is bleeding.
Adult: 10-15 drops, children half of the same, 3-4 times a day in some water or as prescribed by a Homoeopathic doctor.
Arg NitD20+200C, AspirinD20+200C, Bacterium ProteusD20+200C, EmbeliaD20+200C, Kali BichD20+200C, OrnithogalumD20+200C, SymphytumD20+200C, Uranium NitD20+200C.