Stannum Iodatum - Abdomen symptomsStann. Iod, Stannum Stann-i.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Stannum Iodatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Frequent persistent desire as for diarrhoea, in the evening, with griping and painful movements in the abdomen, as from taking cold, and with thrusts in the left side, as from a child in the uterus, with distension of the abdomen, soon followed by a thin stool, succeeded by urging, and persistent colic, lasting till she went to bed,
Dull blows across hypochondria.
Cramps in region of diaphragm.
Pressure and burning sensation in hepatic region.
Pressure, spasmodic pain, and shootings in the l. hypochondrium.
Abdomen painfully distended, and sensitive to touch.
Spasms (colic) in abdomen, with pains above and below navel.
Hysterical spasms in abdomen.
Digging, pinching, and griping in abdomen; before every stool.
Burning sensation, and shootings in abdomen.
Feeling of excoriation in abdomen, agg. by touch.
Severe pain causing the patient to lie over the sharp corner of a table or sofa, or something hard, and to press the abdomen firmly against it, as in this way amel. is afforded.
Griping as of something being torn away.
Sensation as if stretched in (r.) abdominal muscles.
Sensation of emptiness (hollowness) in abdomen; even after eating.
Incarceration of flat us.
Stitches from both sides through hips.
Eructation with a flat taste and with much saliva in the mouth.
Sourish eructation, followed by roughness of the fauces, while walking in the open air.
Eructation, at once in the morning, first tasting of rotten eggs, then mere air.
Shuddering from loathing, repeatedly, with nauseous fullness in the scrobiculus cordis.
Pressure in the stomach, in the forenoon.
Pressure in the stomach.
Pressure in the stomach and uncomfortable feeling, after eating some soup.
Pressure and damming up, in the scrobiculus cordis, which pains when touched as if festering.
Violent pressure in the stomach.
Anxious pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, when lying down, as if he should have a haemorrhage, for several hours; it goes off by pressing upon it.
Tensive pressure in the scrobiculus cordis.
Dull, hard pressure on the left side, near the scrobiculus cordis, just below the last costal cartilage, somewhat relieved by pressing upon it.
Cutting about the stomach.
Long fine stitch on the xiphoid cartilage, soon after eating.
Sensation in the pit of the stomach, as after spoiling the stomach.
Fullness and inflation of the stomach, and yet attended with hunger.
Sensation of puffiness under the skin in the region of the stomach, with pinching in the abdomen when walking.
It causes ailments in the stomach and the bowels.
Below the diaphragm, a quickly transient burning.
Hysterical and hypochondriacal cramps in the region of the diaphragm and the abdomen.
Cutting in the right hypochondrium, more severe when sitting bent forward.
Pressive cramp-pain in the left hypochondrium, now weather, now stronger.
First a simple pain in both the hypochondria, then dull shocks from the left to the right side; they seem worse when pressing on the right side.
Sudden painful jerking together in both sides under the true ribs.
Pains in the abdomen, in repeated paroxysms.
Pain in the abdomen, extending into the stomach and to both sides under the ribs, when pressing with the hand upon the umbilical region.
Pressure in the hypogastrium, here and there, with urging to stool.
Drawing pressure in the abdomen, now here, now there.
Pressure in the upper part of the liver.
Pressure in the hepatic region.
Dull, slow pressure on the right side, near the navel.
Burning pressure in the right side of the abdomen.
Tensive pain in the abdomen, more toward the sacrum, most violent when stooping.
Fullness in the abdomen, after eating.
Painful distention of the abdomen, with painful sensitiveness to the external touch.
Inflation of the abdomen.
Pinching between the pit of the stomach and the navel, as if some one pinched the muscles together.
Pinching cutting in the umbilical region, almost the whole day.
Pinching pain close above the left os ilium, as if a tendon had been strained, while stooping.
Pinching in the abdomen, at times with grumbling, as from incipient diarrhoea.
Pinching in the umbilical region, as from a cold.
Pinching and pressure in the abdomen, especially in the umbilical region, with call to stool.
Cutting pains transversely across the hypogastrium, as from knives.
Drawing cutting in the abdomen, close beside the right hip-bone.
Burrowing in the abdomen, before every stool.
Painful burrowing in the abdomen, above the umbilical region; when pressing upon it, pain, as if it touched a sore spot.
Sensation of soreness in the whole of the abdomen, worse when touched.
Erosive pain in the abdomen.
The abdomen is painful when touched, as if festering within, with shortness of breath.
Shooting in the right side of the abdomen, then drawing in the right shoulder; she had to lie down, with sweat in the face and on the arms, after which a chill ran over her.
Several violent stitches in succession in the right side of the abdomen, especially when coughing and respiring.
Boring stitch in the left epigastrium, while walking.
A stab as from a knife suddenly, on inspiring, darted from the left to the right side through the abdomen, so that she was frightened and startled.
Dull stitches in the renal region, going inward.
Fine shooting pain in the hypogastrium.
Fine shooting at the symphysis pubis on the left side.
Burning pain in the abdomen.
Burning in the hypogastrium.
Sensation of distention in the abdominal muscles on the right side, above the spinous process of the ilium.
Bruised pain in the left side below the ribs.
In the inguinal glands, pressure, with some swelling there.
Fine pinching in the left groin.
Shooting in the right groin, when stooping, as if he had jumped too far; on raising himself up, it passed off.
Sensation in the left groin, as if a hernia would protrude.
Clucking in the abdomen.
There is rumbling, about in his abdomen.
Growling in the abdomen, as if from emptiness, on stretching the body.
Growling in the abdomen.
Crawling motion in the right side of the abdomen, as from a purgative.
Empty feeling after eating.
Cutting about navel, with bitter eructations, hunger and diarrhoea; better from hard pressure.
Hernia, better from pressure on abdomen.
Abdomen sore as from subcutaneous ulceration.
Bitter and sour taste.
Bitter, herbaceous taste of beer.
Increased hunger, which cannot be satisfied.
Excessive weakness of digestion.
Loss of appetite, with a natural taste of food,
Acid risings five hours after the evening meal; uneasiness in the epigastric region, as from slow digestion, although he had eaten less than usual (twenty-fourth day),
Vomiting of undigested food, preceded by violent retching (after two hours),
Digestion is accomplished slowly; acid water comes up even to the throat a long time after dinner (thirty-third day),
Loud rumbling in the abdomen after every meal, only while lying down,
Sensation of great emptiness in the abdomen (though without hunger), as if everything were crushed; food relished; he eats much and feels better afterwards, together with loss of strength in the body,
Nausea and vomiting; in the morning; from odour of cooking food.
Nausea, esp. after a meal, followed by bitter and watery vomiting.
Violent retching, followed by vomiting of (undigested) food.
Bitter taste of all food (except water).
Nausea and vomiting after a meal.
Bitter eructation, repeatedly, after meals.
Vomiting of undigested food, after violent retching (aft. 2 h.).
Sensation of great emptiness in the abdomen (but without hunger), as if everything there was languishing; he relished the food; he ate a good deal and then left better; followed by a sensation as if the body could not support itself.
Sensation of emptiness in the abdomen, after a meal.
Loud rumbling in the abdomen, after every meal, only while lying down.
Repeated empty eructation.
Spasmodic pain above and below the navel, soon relieved by lying over a table, without emission of flatus,
Frequent accumulation of flatus in the abdomen,
Colic; fetid flatulence (fortieth day),
Griping movements in the abdomen, as from incarcerated flatus,
Cramp-like pain below and above the navel, soon passing by lying across a table, without any discharge of flatus.
Pinching movement in the abdomen, as from incarcerated flatus.
Frequent accumulations of flatus in the abdomen.
Incarceration of flatus.
Nausea after eating,
Nausea and qualmishness in the pharynx,
Shuddering nausea several times, with nauseating fulness in the pit of the stomach,
Nausea and bitterness in the mouth,
Retching, with great nausea, and sensation of bitterness and disorder of the stomach (second and third days),
Spasmodic griping in the stomach and about the navel, with constant nausea and with anxious uprisings to the pit of the stomach,
Squeezing, as from a claw, in umbilical region, followed by nausea.
Cramps in stomach, sometimes with bitter risings, sensation of hunger and diarrhoea, or else with nausea, and pale and sickly complexion.
Squeezing, as from a claw in stomach, and umbilical region, with nausea.
Nausea and bitterness in the mouth.
Nausea after eating.
Grasping in the stomach and about the umbilicus, like a cramp, with constant nausea, and with anxious rising toward the pit of the stomach.
Nausea and Vomiting.
Nausea in the fauces and pharynx, as if he would vomit,
Nausea, with bitter bilious vomiting, after eating some soup,
Constant efforts to vomit and vomiting of mucus,
Vomiting a quantity of thick slimy mucus of a dark-green appearance, soon,
Vomited a quantity of thick slimy mucus of a dark-green appearance,
Vomiting of blood,
(The vomiting of blood is stopped by Stannum as by a charm),
Vomiting of bile; of blood.
Nausea and inclination to vomit, in the fauces.
Nausea as if about to vomit, in the fauces and oesophagus.
Retching to vomit, in the evening, then at first sour taste, then bitter taste in the mouth (1st d.).
Retching to vomit, with great nausea and sensation as from a spoiled and bitter stomach (2d and 3d d.).
Nausea, and bitter, bilious vomiting, after eating some soup.
Vomiting of blood.
Vomiting of blood was stopped by Stannum, as if by a charm.
At first a simple pain in both hypochondria, afterwards dull thrusts from the left to the right side, seemingly aggravated by pressing upon the right side,
Pressure in the hepatic region,
Pressure in the upper part of the liver,
Burning pain in the hepatic region, then dull pain in the rectum, with the stool,
Cutting in the right hypochondrium, aggravated by sitting bent over,
Pressive cramplike pain in the left hypochondrium, now better, now worse,
Umbilicus and Sides.
Griping cutting in the umbilical region nearly the whole day,
Griping in the umbilical region, as from taking cold,
Painful digging in the abdomen, above the umbilical region; on pressing upon it, pain, as if upon a sore spot,
Sudden painful compression in both sides beneath the true ribs,
A dull slow pressure near the right side of the navel,
Burning pressure in the right side of the abdomen,
Sensation as if stretched in the right abdominal muscles, above the anterior spine of the ilium,
Stitches in the right side of the abdomen, followed by drawing in the right shoulder; she was obliged to lie down, with perspiration on the face and arms, followed by creeping chilliness,
Several violent stitches in succession, in the right side of the abdomen, especially on coughing and breathing,
Boring stitch in the left upper abdomen while walking,
Crawling movements in the right side of the abdomen, as from a purge,
A bruised pain in the left side, below the ribs,
Distension of the abdomen,
Painful distension of the abdomen, with painful sensitiveness to external touch,
Fulness in the abdomen after eating,
Great rumbling in the abdomen,
Rumbling, as from emptiness, in the abdomen on stretching the body,
Bubbling in the abdomen,
When a morsel is not far from the orifice of the stomach, there is a dull rumbling in the abdomen,
Sensation of emptiness in the abdomen after eating,
The abdomen is painful to touch, as if suppurating, with shortness of breath,
Sensation of soreness in the whole abdomen, aggravated by touch,
Wind-colic in the morning (thirty-seventh day),
Wind-colic during the day (fortieth day),
Griping in the abdomen at times, with rumbling, as if diarrhoea would occur,
Griping and pressure in the abdomen, especially in the umbilical region, with urging to stool,
Frequent paroxysms of pain in the abdomen,
Digging in the abdomen before every stool,
Drawing pressure here and there in the abdomen,
Tensive pain in the abdomen, more towards the small of the back, most violent on stooping,
Pain in the abdomen, extending to the stomach and to both sides beneath the ribs, on pressing the hand upon the umbilical region,
Smarting pain in the abdomen,
Burning pain in the abdomen,
A stitch, as from a knife, on breathing, suddenly shoots through the abdomen from the left to the right side, so that she starts up in affright,
Hypogastrium and Iliac Regions.
Rumbling in the lower abdomen,
Pressure in the lower abdomen, as before the menses, aggravated by pressure,
Pressure here and there in the lower abdomen, with urging to stool,
Fine sticking pain in the lower abdomen,
Drawing cutting in the lower abdomen, close to the right ilium,
Cutting, as with knives, transversely across the lower abdomen,
Burning in the lower abdomen,
Oft-repeated, strong, and jerking pulsations in the inmost part of the right inguinal canal, upon the track of the cord (twenty-seventh day),
Pinching pain just above the left ilium, as if the intestines were overstretched, on stooping,
Fine stitches in the symphysis pubis, to the left,
Sensation as if a hernia would protrude in the left groin,
Pressure in the inguinal glands, with some swelling,
Fine griping in the left groin,
Stitches in the right groin on stooping, as if he had sprained himself, disappearing on rising up,
Occasionally through day, great epigastric weakness and hunger, but cannot eat.
Burning in hepatic region; stinging.
Boring stitches in left hypochondrium.
Hysteric spasms in region of diaphragm.
Appetite and Thirst.
Increased hunger and appetite,
Great appetite and hunger; he cannot satisfy himself,
Loss of appetite,
The child leaves the breast of the mother who has taken Stannum Metallicum Tin, and will not drink anything more,
Loss of appetite, with emptiness in the stomach, only one noon,
Eructations immediately, in the morning, at first like bad eggs, afterwards only of gas,
Eructations of a flat taste, with much saliva in the mouth,
Acid eructations, succeeded by rawness in the pharynx, while walking in the open air,
Bitter eructations frequently after eating,
Frequent empty eructations,
Sweet uprisings into the throat,
Hiccough from time to time,
Hiccough soon after eating, while smoking as usual,
Retching, in the evening, followed at first by sour, then bitter, taste in the mouth (first day),
Fulness and distension of the stomach, yet with hunger,
A swelling up under the skin in the epigastric region, with griping in the abdomen, when walking,
It causes troubles in the stomach and intestines,
Sensation in the pit of the stomach as if disordered,
(Hysterical and hypochondriac cramps in the region of the diaphragm and abdomen),
Griping between the pit of the stomach and umbilicus, as if some one were pinching up the muscles,
Great pain at stomach,
Violent pain in the epigastric region,
Intolerable pressure in the stomach,
Pressure in the stomach, in the forenoon,
Pressure in the stomach and discomfort after taking some soup,
Pressure and obstruction in the pit of the stomach, which, when, touched, pains as if suppurating,
Anxious pressure in the pit of the stomach, only when lying down, as if a gush of blood would occur, for several hours, relieved by pressure,
Tensive pressure in the pit of the stomach,
Violent pressure in the stomach,
Dull hard pressure near the left side of the pit of the stomach, just beneath the cartilages of the lowest ribs, somewhat relieved by pressure,
Cutting about the stomach,
Very transient burning beneath the diaphragm,
Bitter risings; or with a taste of rotten eggs.
Sour risings, with scraping in throat.
Aching in stomach, sometimes very violent.
Tensive pressure at scrobiculus, which is painful when touched, as from subcutaneous ulceration.
Sinking, gone, feeling in epigastrium.
Haematemesis, worse when lying, better from pressure on stomach slight touch causes a feeling of subcutaneous ulceration.
Cardialgia, pains gradually come and go, extend to navel, and are better from hard pressure; sickly expression.
Uneasy, knows not what to do with himself; pains relieved by walking, yet so weak he must soon rest.
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