Homeopathy Medicine for Peritonitis
Peritonitis is an inflammation of the peritoneum, which covers and supports the majority of the abdominal organs and lines the inner wall of the abdomen. Peritonitis is typically brought on by bacterial or fungal infection.
Symptoms of Peritonitis
- Poor appetite
- dull stomach ache that quickly worsens with movement into a severe, persistent stomach ache.
- Abdominal tenderness or distention
- Fluid in the abdomen
- not urinating at all, or urinating significantly less frequently than usual
- Having trouble going to the bathroom or passing gas
Causes of Peritonitis
- When an infection spreads to the peritoneum, it is called spontaneous peritonitis.
- An injury or infection to the abdominal cavity can cause secondary peritonitis, which is an infection of the peritoneum caused by infectious agents.
- Peritonitis poses a serious risk to life in both forms.
Secondary peritonitis frequently results from the following:
- stomach ulcer, diverticulum, or ruptured appendix
- gastrointestinal conditions like diverticulitis and Crohn’s disease
- Pelvic inflammatory disease
- the appendix, gallbladder, stomach, intestine, or bowel perforations
- abdomen-related injuries, such as those caused by knives or gunshots
Inflammators like bile, blood, or foreign objects in the abdomen like barium are examples of non-infectious causes of peritonitis.
For spontaneous peritonitis, the following are the most typical risk factors:
Liver disease with cirrhosis.
- Infection inside the abdomen
- gastrointestinal, biliary, or pancreatic inflammation
- abdominal wall penetration, such as that caused by a knife or gunshot.
- Peptic ulcer
- Pelvic inflammatory disease
- Ectopic pregnancy rupture
- Recent abdominal surgery
- Bowel obstruction
- Advanced liver disease
- Ovarian cyst or abscess.
Homeopathic Medicine For Peritonitis :
- Peritoneal inflammation’s second stage, particularly when it’s serous,
- The patient drinks a lot and is likely to vomit it up shortly after because of the intense thirst.
- The main property of the remedy is present, and the patient experiences hot and cold spells in alternating fashion.
- Inflammation, soreness, and tension in the liver region. Burning pain, stitches; made worse by pressure, wheezing, and breathing. Aches and pains in the abdominal walls.
- When under pressure or in motion, abdominal stitching pains become more severe.
- Aside from being swollen, hot, and sensitive, the abdomen also
- The patient’s skin is a yellowish gray color, and she has constipation.
- Belladonna is characterized by a bloated abdomen that is tense like a drum and extremely sensitive to touch—so sensitive that the patient requests that the bedclothes be taken off.
- Abdomen Distended, hot.
- swollen and tender, with a sharp pain that feels like it is being held in one hand;
- When coughing, sneezing, or touching the left side of the abdomen, stitches appear.
- Loud talking, light, and even the smallest noise can aggravate.
- The patient is uncomfortable and has to adjust her position frequently, which only makes her condition worse.
- Additionally, there is a persistent, distressing retching that sometimes includes bile vomiting.
- When sneezing, the area becomes tender and bruised.
- Extremely tender. Sore feeling.
- a food coma, a milk craving
- Dropsy of abdomen. Peritonitis.
- Swelling in right groin.
- There is obvious marked soreness and extreme sensitivity to touch.
- Awkward; drops things easily; indifference, apathy, and unconsciousness.
- Internal heat is preferable to abdominal pain or a painful cold feeling.
- Hard, bloated.
- Blue nails, yellow hands, and cramping with cutting pain are all symptoms of colic.
- Much rumbling in bowels.
- Hepatic abscess; painfully swollen inguinal glands.
- Lack of vital heat.
- mental and physical display.
- High degree of cold sensitivity.
- Intolerance of alcoholic stimulants.