Stannum Iodatum - Nose 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.
Blood is blown from the nose, in the morning (seventeenth and eighteenth days),
Nosebleed, in the morning, immediately on rising from bed,
Violent nosebleed, in the morning, immediately on waking,
Violent stopped catarrh; can get air through only the right nostril, at noon; on the fourth day the nose becomes free,
Can get no air through the left nostril, which is excessively swollen, red, and painful to touch,
Heaviness and a stopped sensation in the upper part of the nostril,
Respiration through the nostrils is impeded in consequence of a permanently congestive condition of the palato-nasal mucous membrane (twenty-third day),
Heaviness, and sensation of obstruction, in upper part of nose.
Inflammation of interior of nose.
Burning sensation in nose.
Epistaxis on moving, on rising from bed; immediately on waking.
Over-sensitiveness of smell.
In the upper part of the nostril, sensation of heaviness and stuffing.
Epistaxis in the morning, just after rising from bed.
Violent epistaxis in the morning, immediately on awaking.
The left nostril has no air and is externally swollen, red, and painful when touched.
Oversensitive to smell.
Stuffed feeling and heaviness, high up in nostrils.
Frequent sneezing without coryza,
Violent sneezing, in the evening (eighth day),
Profuse coryza (after four days),
Intense coryza, alternating with stoppage of the nose,
Coryza of the left nostril (tenth day),
Violent coryza all day (eleventh day),
Diminished coryza (twelfth day),
Stoppage of the nose, in the morning (ninth day),
Dry coryza on one side only, with soreness, swelling, and redness of nostrils.
Repeated sneezing, without coryza.
Severe stuffed coryza; he can only get air through the right nostril; at noon on the fourth day, his nose is free again.
Severe coryza (aft. 4 d.).
Dry coryza on one side, with soreness, swelling and redness of the nostril.≡ more ...