Stannum Iodatum - Chest symptomsStann. Iod, Stannum, Stann-i.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Stannum Iodatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Dyspnoea, esp. in evening, with sensation of emptiness in scrobiculus, and anguish, which causes the patient (to loosen or) tear his clothes.
Oppression at chest when walking or ascending.
Asthma when attacks gradually come on, culminate, and gradually decline.
Rattling of mucus and wheezing in chest.
Agreeable sensation of lightness on taking a full inspiration.
Contusive pain in chest.
Heavy pressure in chest as by a weight.
Tension in chest (hydrothorax).
Constriction of chest, sometimes in evening, with anguish.
Lancinations in the l. side of the chest, during inspiration, or when lying on the r. side.
Sharp, cutting stitches in l. side of chest, agg. from stooping.
Burning stitches on l. chest, agg. on expectoration.
Pain, as from excoriation, in chest.
Sensation of weakness in chest, as if it were empty, esp. after speaking or expectorating.
Itching-tickling in chest.
Occasional sensation of expansion of the chest while at rest, as if the chest was enlarged, and yet attended with a sensation of anxiety as in palpitation.
Tightness of the chest, as if it was internally contracted, with a sensation as if the air was very dry when inspired.
Pressive pinching on the chest, while sitting down, aggravated by inspiring.
Pressure deep in the chest, as from a load.
Tension and pressure across the upper part of the chest, in the morning when rising from bed.
Constriction of the chest, with anguish, in the evening.
Contractive pain in the chest under the right arm; when moving it becomes shooting.
Shooting in the chest and in the shoulder-joint, while respiring.
Tensive stitch in the sternum, constant while respiring.
Sudden sharp stabs, as from a knife, in the left side of the chest.
Sharp piercing pricks, as from needles, on the clavicle.
Burning stitches in the left side of the chest, more when expiring; while walking in the open air.
Stitches, as from a flea-bite, in the last true rib on the right side and in the first false rib on the left side.
Tearing cutting in the left side of the chest, while walking and standing.
Cutting pain in the right side of the chest.
Pinching cutting in the right ribs, when walking, merely on inspiring.
Pressure in the chest below the right nipple, in an outward direction.
Aching in the whole of the chest, especially above the scrobiculus cordis, worse when inspiring.
Bruised pain of the chest, both at rest and in motion.
Sore pain in the whole of the chest, from the throat down.
Burrowing pain in the chest, and descending thence into the abdomen, with a call to stool.
Drawing pressure on the united cartilages of the last ribs on the left side.
In the sacrum, intense formications.
Quivering twitches on the muscle of the false ribs.
Intense itching on the nipple.
Suddenly, a long stitch in l. side of chest beneath axillae, causing fright.
Suddenly a long-continued startling stitch in the left side of the chest, a handbreadth below the axilla.
Drawing from the clavicles, extending into the left axilla.
Muscular twitching in the upper part of the chest, near the left axilla.
Tension across upper part of chest, with emptiness in lower.
Chest so weak he cannot talk; empty feeling in chest.
Haemoptysis, with tendency to copious expectoration.
Phthisis mucosa, with the characteristic cough, weakness and sputa; profuse sweats.
Great sore feeling in chest.
Pain in praecordial region and hiccough.
Pulse frequent, small; indistinct, fluttering.
Fatiguing, paroxysmal cough, so that epigastric region was painful, as if beaten.
Small, quick pulse.
Obstructed respiration at night, esp. when lying down; or by day, on least movement.
Hoarseness and roughness in larynx, with tickling, which excites a cough.
Catarrh, with hoarse voice, sensation of fatigue in chest, obstructed respiration, and cough with expectoration.
Great accumulation of mucus in trachea, which is easily detached.
The voice is louder in singing, after having hawked up the mucus.
Cough excited by laughter, talking, and singing, or by a tickling in chest; or by warm drinks.
all who use the voice a great deal.
Dry, violent, shaking cough, in bed, in evening, until midnight, or more violent in morning.
Shattering, deep cough.
Short cough from weakness of chest, having a hoarse, weak sound.
Cough concussive, with paroxysms of these coughs.
Cough excited by lying on the r. side.
Cough, with retching and vomiting of food.
Cough, with frequent expectoration of mucus.
(Cough coming after whooping-cough in girl, 9; very profuse, white, thick expectoration, hoarse, tongue coated, sleepless, no appetite, rapid emaciation and debility, with contracted chest and pleuritic adhesions.)
R. T. C.).
Expectoration when coughing (during the day, in morning expectoration is most profuse and) is greenish, sweetish, or yellow; saltish; or else viscid, and in lumps; or serous, and composed of liquid mucus, or of a putrid smell (after coughing and expectorating the patient feels hollow and empty).
During and after the cough, pain as of excoriation, and shootings in the chest.
Attack of asthma, short breath and anguish, in the evening.
The breathing becomes shorter in the evening, with anguish; he has for a long time to breathe hurriedly, until he can at last take a deep breath, when all is over.
Asthma and lack of breath on going up stairs and at the slightest motion.
Asthma, as if the clothes were too tight; he has to open them to breathe properly.
Tightness as from a load on the chest, he has often to take a deep breath; with sensation of great emptiness in the pit of the stomach.
Tightness in the chest, as if something rose up into the throat, which arrested the breathing.
When taking a deep breath, there is frequently a feeling of pleasing lightness.
Short, troublesome breathing, from weakness of the respiratory organs, with great emptiness of the chest, but without deficient of air.
Violent shooting in the chest and side, impeding respiration, for several forenoons; in the afternoon, the abdomen is distended.
Tensive stitch in the left side of the chest, constant while breathing, worst when stooping.
Tensive stitch in the right side of the chest, almost taking away his breath.
Repeated, cutting stitches darting up through the chest and out at the uppermost ribs, unaffected by the breathing.
Stitches in left side of chest, when breathing or lying on that side; knife-like below left axilla.
Attacks of asthma, preceded by symptoms of ordinary cold, 4 to 5 A.M.; attacks increase and decrease gradually.
Disposition to take a deep breath; causing a feeling of lightness.
Evening dyspnoea; must loosen the clothing.
Crowing, snorting respiration.
Oppressed breathing, from every movement, when lying down and in the evenings.
Hiccup, soon after eating, during the customary smoke.
Heart and pulse
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