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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ammonium Muriaticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Diarrhoea after everything partaken of, with pains in the belly, back, the small of the back and the limbs.
Feeling as of emptiness in the stomach, or of hunger (soon).
Feeling in the stomach of fasting, yet it feels full; aggravated after breakfast (16th d.).
Feeling of fullness in the stomach, with tightness, without shortness of breath, the whole afternoon, and not alleviated either by rest, or motion or eructations.
Drawing in the stomach, frequently.
Burrowing and writhing in the stomach in the morning, ceasing after breakfast (2d d.).
Gnawing, or burrowing, in the stomach, as if there were worms in it.
Burning from the stomach, toward the fauces, like heartburn.
Burning and pressure in the stomach, changing afterwards into stitches.
Burning and stitches in the scrobiculus cordis, drawing thence into the right axilla and the upper arm.
In both the hypochondria, intermittent pinching, both in the rest and in motion (2d d.).
In the region of the right ribs, stitching and burning, in the afternoon, while walking (9th d.).
In the region of the lower ribs, from time to time, stitches while spinning.
Stitches in the spleen while sitting.
Pressure in the abdomen.
Pressure, as if exerted by the hand, on the left side of the belly (19th d.).
Heaviness in the hypogastrium, as from a load, with anxiety, as if the hypogastrium were about to burst open; passing away in sleep.
Tension and inflation of the abdomen, up to the stomach, passing away after two liquid stools; in the evening (1st d.).
Stitches in the left side of the hypogastrium, above the hip, while sitting and while bending forward in standing.
Cutting and lancinating pains about the navel (15th d.).
In the evening, at 7 o'clock, cutting in the whole abdomen, extending to the groin and into the small of the back, ceasing after an ordinary stool (19th d.).
Pinching in the belly, around the navel, with subsequent diarrhoea; or while standing, aggravated by stooping.
Severe pinching of the belly, quickly followed by a diarrhoeic stool (at once).
Pinching, and pinching-grasping pain in the hypogastrium, with dyspnoea.
At every breath, pinching in the belly, passing off with the expiration (15th d.).
Early, after rising, pinching, passing around in the abdomen and the groin, as before the menses (18th d.).
Drawing, in the side of the abdomen.
Burrowing, digging, in a small spot near the navel (4th d.).
Burning pain in the epigastrium, in a small spot, also in the right flank, while sitting.
In the right groin, an indescribable pain, which extends often up into the hip and the small of the back (15th d.).
Sensation of distension in the groin, with painfulness in the left groin while sitting, and tension and digging in the right groin.
Pressive tension, and, as it were, pressing out in the left side of the hypogastrium, beside the abdominal ring.
Tearing, tensive pain in the region of the groin, while walking.
Cutting and lancinating pain in the inguinal regions, up to the small of the back, with urging to urinate, in the evening, every half hour.
Stitches in the right groin and out behind the hip, in sitting (4th d.).
Pain as of a sprain in the left inguinal region, compelling him to walk crooked (3d d.).
Pain as from ulceration in the right inguinal region, only perceptible in walking.
Externally on the right side of the abdomen, a great furuncle.
Early, on awaking, in bed, grumbling and fermentation in the sides of the belly, up into the chest.
Nausea with inclination to vomit when taking a walk, or immediately after dinner, when it passes off through eructations and in the air.
After every meal, noon and evening, he has nausea, and the water from the stomach runs out of his mouth (water-brash), with shuddering all over (aft. 26 d.).
After meals, throbbing in the chest and fauces, with heat of the face and uneasiness.
Distension of the abdomen, relieved by passing flatus, in the evening, before the menses (15th d.).
Winding, grumbling and rumbling in the belly, sometimes with pinching, at times with the passage of much flatus.
Frequent passage of loud sounding or fetid flatus.
Nausea (1st d.).
Nausea with pressure in the stomach, and yet inclination to eat.
Sensation in the stomach, as if everything were turning over, with tendency to water-brash and great qualmishness, as if about to vomit relieved by eructation, while walking in the open air.≡ more ...