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Lycopodium Clavatum - Chest symptoms - Hahnemann

Club Moss, Lycopodium, Lycop, Lycopod, Lyc.


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HPUS indication of Lycopodium Clavatum: Digestion
Lycopodium Clavatum

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


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CHEST

Chest

Tight, oppressed and full sensation on the chest, when in the open air.

Tightness on the chest, especially when moving, for several days, with pressive pain in the scrobiculus cordis.

Oppression of the chest (aft. 24 h.).

Oppression of the chest, in the evening.

Asthma, as if the breast was contracted by a cramp (aft. 8 d.).

Sensation as if a quantity of air rose in undulations up the windpipe, and streamed from the mouth.

Pain in the chest, for the first six days, so severe that he could not lie on his left side at all; then coughing, with green expectoration, in the morning.

From time to time, a pain darts into the chest.

Tension on the chest (aft. sever. h.).

Sensation of tension, on the left side of the chest.

Tension in the chest, especially on the right side during inspiration.

Violent tension and pressure in the right side of the chest.

Pressure in the chest (aft. 10 d.).

Pressure in the left side of the chest.

Pressure as from a button, on the right true ribs.

Sensation of pressure and sore pain in the chest.

Dull pressure in the left side of the chest.

Pressive, rheumatic, tight sensation on the chest, relieved by empty eructation.

Pressure and oppression in the region below the heart, passing into a strong inclination to sadness; after severe bodily exercise, when stretching the trunk.

Pressure in the chest, it is, as it were, full and tight (7th d.).

Fulness on the chest (and in the stomach) after meals.

Fullness on the chest, at noon, like oppression.

Oppression of the chest as if too full.

Oppression of the chest and sensation of rawness within.

Oppression of the chest.

Heaviness on the chest.

Cutting pain on the right side of the chest.

Shooting in the left side of the chest, also in respiring (aft. 7 d.).

Much shooting in the left side of the chest.

Pulsating shooting in the left side of the chest.

Pulsating tearing in the cardiac region.

Tearing in the region of the left clavicle.

Pain as of dislocation in the left side, with jerks occurring between.

Severe palpitation, in the morning, from 4 to 5 o'clock (aft. 48 h.).

Sudden severe palpitation, after lassitude with yawning.

Tremulous palpitation (3d d.).

Itching on the chest (aft. 3 and 7 d.).

Shooting in the nipple.

Swelling of one breast, which pains when touched.

An indurated knot, with burning pain, in the left breast and under the arm.

Blood and viscid water issue from the one nipple, especially when it is touched.

Around armpit

Pressure on a small spot of the true ribs, below the left axilla.

Pulsating tearing below the right axilla.

Pulse

Pulsating or clucking, internally in the cardiac region, unconnected with the beats of the heart.

Respiration

Breathing is connected with violent oppression of the chest.

The breath is checked, on going up stairs.

Asthma and shortness of breath, with rush of blood to the chest (aft. 20 d.).

During respiration, here and there, a stitch in the chest.

During respiration, stitches in and below the chest, for two hours (after supper).

While taking a deep breath, stitches in the sternum.

During respiration, twitching and stitches in the left side.

Pain in the chest, with coughing in deep respiration.

Tension and pressure on the chest, oppressing the breathing, alternating with inflation of the abdomen, in the evening (aft. 4 d.).

Stitches in the left side of the chest, extending into the chest, so that she can hardly breathe.

Tearing stitch, occasionally, in the lower part of the sternum, unconnected with breathing, when at rest.

Hiccup

Hiccup.

Frequent hiccup, for three days in succession (aft. 4 d.).

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