Lyssin (Hydrophobinum) - Chest symptoms - ClarkeLyssin - Saliva Of Rabid Dog, Lyssin, Lyssinum, Hydrophobinum, Lyss.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lyssin (Hydrophobinum) in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Chest and abdomen feel expanded; expanding chest seems to invigorate him, though it usually fatigues.
He feels the pulse beat through the body; from time to time there is a surging through throat into head, like a slow wave.
Heart had for three months not been free from a sticking, drawing, squeezing pain, result of an attack of rheumatism and cold, together with a palpitation and difficulty of breathing.
Voice altered in tone; tones much suppressed; hoarse; rough; harsh and weak (last stage); shrill, inarticulate sounds; shrill sounds of utmost despair, or occasioned by violent expirations; very shrill and piercing bark, changing near its termination into a distressing, continuous howl (dogs).
Epiglottis crisp and dry (R.).
Sighing, with pain in heart.
Dyspnoea with flatulency, cough and rattling in Chest; with sighing, groaning respiration; from cardiac pain; agg. lying down.
Oppression in breathing before a severe suffocative attack, induced by spasmodic contractions of respiratory muscles, combined with spasmodic, alarming constriction of pharynx.
Breathing during paroxysm gasping, irregular and usually quite rapid, often with decided dyspnoea.
Breathing peculiar; held for a time, and then a few rapid breaths (P.).
Frothed at the mouth very much; almost choked with it (P.).
Heart and pulse
Stitches in heart from ringing of church bells.
Stitches in heart, agg. when walking; they would kill him if they continued.
Violent pain in heart, as if it would burst or had needles running into it.
Pain in cardiac region, to which he is subject, is agg. half an hour after the dose, but much amel. in several days.
Heart palpitated violently and felt as if it was coming up into throat; drank several mouthfuls of water, which relieved.≡ more ...