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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ammonium Muriaticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Tightness and pressure on the chest, with tendency to eructation, which came on in the open air and relieved the pressure; early on rising (aft. 19 d.).
Pressure on the left breast, while exercising in the open air, also into the left side of the chest, when going from the warm room into the open air (3d and 19th d.).
Pressure and stitches on the chest, as if a morsel swallowed down had lodged there.
Lancinating, formicating sensation of soreness in the left side of the chest, while sitting.
Painful tension under the right breast, with frequent intermissions, in all positions (after dinner) (15th and 16th d.).
Burning on a small spot of the chest (while walking in the open air) (soon and aft. 13 d.).
Tearing in the region of the heart, passing thence into the fore-arm (15th d.).
In the left clavicle, tearing in a small spot, with pain as from a bruise on pressing upon it (2d d.).
Several spots on the left chest, sensation as of flea-bites, which immediately pass away on scratching, in the evening (11th d.).
Red spots on the left side of the chest, which itched with a burning sensation, and grow pale from the pressure of the finger (10th d.).
Pain in the small of the back, with obstruction of flatus.
After yawning, a sensation in the small of the back, as if something elastic, like air, was pressing to get out there (6th d.).
Beating like pulsation, on a small spot in the left thoracic cavity, only while standing, in the morning (4th d.).
Short breath (aft. 18 d.).
Asthma, when violently moving the arms and in stooping.
She feels so heavy on the chest, while walking in the open air, that she could not get enough breath, and had frequently to stand still (2d d.).
Stitches in the chest, here and there, at times when taking a breath or sitting bent over; at times also rythmically.
Tension or screwing together, in the lower part of the chest, without reference to respiration, while standing (1st d.).
Pain as from a bruise under the right breast, of itself and also when touched, frequently intermittent, and often checking the breath (12th to 16th d.).≡ more ...