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Ammonium Carbonicum - Chest symptoms - Hahnemann

Carbonate Of Ammonia, Ammonium Carb, Ammon. Carb, Amm Carb, Am-c.

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HPUS indication of Ammonium Carbonicum: Head cold

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ammonium Carbonicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Constant eructations.

Frequent suppressed eructations.

Much empty eructation, especially the first day.

Frequent eructations of air, in the evening and after dinner (5th d.).

Eructation with the taste of ingesta.

During and after supper, eructation with taste of the food eaten (10th d.).

Sour eructation.

Frequent heartburn.

Early (after the chill) hiccup (2d d.).

His chest is oppressed, so that he can hardly speak, with coryza and much expectoration of mucus, especially in the morning.

The chest feels raw; when he calls loudly he is hoarse.

Catarrh with difficult hearing and burning in the region of the stomach.

Frequent hawking on account of the collection of mucus in the throat.

Rattling in the bronchia, as from mucus, for several days.

The chest is as it were faint.

Long-continued weakness of the chest and catarrh (aft. 4 w.).

Heaviness of the chest, as if from accumulation of blood (4th, 5th, 7th d.).

Heaviness and tightness of the chest, when walking in the open air.

She feels as it were a hundred weight upon her chest, with pains; she only wishes to be able to cough, so as to be relieved (7th d.).

Rush of blood to the chest (after writing).

Heat in the chest.

Great oppression of the chest.

While standing, a sensation in the chest, as if the lungs were being drawn down (6th d.).

Bruised pain in the middle of the chest, in the morning (4th d.).

Painful pressure on the chest, especially while lying abed.

Compressive pressure on the chest.

Stitches in the sternum, on the right side of the chest and under the left breast, where it pains as if bruised when touched.

When stooping, stitches in the chest, alleviated by straightening up (16th d.).

Stitches in the right breast when stooping.

While walking, stitches in the right side of the chest.

Stitches in the left breast, through a great part of the night, preventing her from lying on the left side.

Severe stitches in the left side of the chest, beginning in the region of the heart and drawing down to the side, and afterward more to the back (aft. 11 d.).

Frequently a stitch in the heart.

Frequent palpitation of the heart, with a drawing in of the epigastrium and a feeling of weakness in the scrobiculus cordis.

The cartilage of the sternum cracks on bending back the chest, with a pressure in the middle of the chest.

The right breast is painful to the touch (3d d.).

Red miliary eruption on the chest.

A small red furuncle over the right breast, which is only painful when touched.


Audible palpitation of the heart and quickened heart-beat; on pressing on it with the hand, the blood seemed to rise up to the throat, with dyspnoea (while resting).


At night very difficult respiration; the coverlet must not touch his mouth, else he is afraid of suffocating (7th d.).

After every exertion he is asthmatic, with palpitation.

Tightness in the middle of the chest when breathing and also when not; the spot pains, when pressing upon it, as after a blow.

A paroxysm of asthma, lasting eight days; he could only with the greatest effort mount a few steps, could only draw breath with the greatest exertion, and only in the open air; he could not come into a heated room; he would there become deadly pale, and could do nothing but sit still (aft. 21 d.).

Short breath, with stitches in the chest.

Short breath, especially on going up stairs.

In breathing, frequent stitches in the hands and the fingers.

In expiration something seems to draw down into the chest, which keeps the breath from being expelled (7th d.).

Stitches in the chest near the last true rib, while breathing and singing.

Under the right breast, at the lowest rib, early when raising himself in bed, twenty to thirty stitches in succession, also when not breathing; also at other times of the day.

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