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Phosphorus - Chest symptoms - Hering

Phosphurus, Phosphorous, Phosphor, Phosphur, Phosph Phos.


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HPUS indication of Phosphorus: Hoarseness
Common symptoms: Hoarseness, Apprehension, Bruises, Burns, Fear.

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


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CHEST

Lungs

Stitches in left chest, better lying on right side.

Burning, piercing soreness and tension in chest.

Congestion to chest; anxiety; worse from any emotion; cramp between scapulae.

Broncho-pulmonary catarrh, with dilatation, or fatty degeneration of heart.

Pneumonia dryness of air-passages; excoriated feeling in upper chest; great weight on chest or tightness; chest sore, bruised; well-developed co-existing bronchitis; hepatization, especially of lower half on right lung.

Latter part of the period of deposit and early part of that of absorption.

Capillary bronchitis; pulmonary oedema.

Pleuritis; late stages; heart dilated; purulent infiltration.

Threatened paralysis of the lungs, prostration, viscid sweat; small pulse; face sunken; rattling in the windpipe.

Tuberculosis in the tall, slender or rapidly growing; repeated haemoptysis; great debility; frequent attacks of bronchitis.

Respiration

Asthma, with fear of suffocation.

Oppression and anxiety in the chest, worse evening and morning.

Stridulous inspiration in evening in falling asleep; nightly suffocative spells, as if lungs were paralyzed.

Spasmodic contraction of chest.

Noisy, panting breathing.

Difficult inspiration, chest feels full and heavy, with tension.

Short breath after each cough; oppression and palpitation from a short walk; worse after evening.

Fulness in the chest, as after eating too much.

Heart and pulse

Disease of the right heart, with consequent venous stagnation.

Palpitation from every motion; with rush of blood to the chest, especially in the rapidly growing youth.

Great pressure on the middle of the sternum; orthopnoea; dyspnoea, with inability to exert himself; palpitation.

Dilatation of the heart, following endocarditis, or fatty degeneration.

Pulse accelerated, full and hard; sometimes double; small, weak and frequent.

Outer chest

Yellow spots on the chest.

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