– A hot sensation felt principally in the pit of the stomach, and followed after time by sour or acrid risings. This is often a symptom of dyspepsia, and then the case will be treated according to the pregnancy. Compare. WATERBRASH.
General Treatment.-The use of alkalies is objectionable. A slice of lemon, with sugar, held in the mouth may remove it, or, drinking freely of cold water, or sugared water in the morning. It is best treated by medicine.
Medicines.- (Every four hours.)
Carbo vegetabilis 6.
– With flatulence and chilliness.
-Loaded tongue, flat taste, loose bowels.
– White tongue, red sediment in the urine, flatulence and constipation.