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Ammonium Muriaticum - Back And Neck symptoms - Hahnemann

Ammonium Chloride, Sal. Ammoniac, Am m, Am-m.


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HPUS indication of Ammonium Muriaticum: Acrid tears

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


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BACK AND NECK

Neck

Itching in the neck, in the evening, while undressing, passing off on lying down (18th d.).

Drawing in the neck, as if in the tendons (3d d.).

Tension and stiffness in the neck, so that she could not move, in the evening; passing off after lying down (18th d.).

Stiff neck, with pain, on turning around, extending from the neck to between the shoulders; for six days (aft. 6 d.).

Tearing, alternately in the right side and the left, then again in both sides of the neck, alternating with tearing in the cheeks (1st, 4th and 17th d.).

Tearing stitches in the neck and in the left clavicle, on moving the head.

Back

Pain in the small of the back in walking, so that she cannot walk straight.

On rising from stooping, pain in the small of the back.

Painful stiffness in the small of the back, even while sitting, but most on rising u after stooping.

Nocturnal pains in the small of the back, which always wake her from sleep (aft. 16 d.).

Pain in the small of the back, as if bruised or crushed, in rest and in motion, also at night in bed, so that she can neither lie on the back nor on the side.

Bruised pain of the coccyx, while sitting still, especially in slumber.

In the back, pain as if crushed, so that she could not lie on it at night (aft. 3 d.).

Pain as if bruised and sprained between the shoulder-blades, or as if the muscles of the back were stretched apart.

Tension in the back, and as if compressed in a vise, in sitting; passing off through motion (15th d.).

Drawing pressure from without inwards in the middle lumbar vertebrae, compelling her to stretch the hypogastrium forward.

Stitches in the left shoulder-blade, especially on lowering the shoulder and on turning the body to the left.

Stitches in the left shoulder-blade (while at rest) (4th and 9th d.).

Pinching in the flesh of the right shoulder-blade (15th d.).

Icy cold in the back and between the shoulders, in the spot where the former pain had been; only internally, and not to be warmed either by feathers or wool; after half a day the cold turned into itching (aft. 12 d.).

Small, inflamed, very sensitive knot on the right shoulder-blade, not passing over into suppuration (3d d.).

Furuncle on the left shoulder, with tensive pain (aft. 3 d.).

Tearing in the left clavicle, in a small spot, with pain as from a bruise on pressing upon it (2d d.).

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