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Manganum Metallicum - Chest symptoms - T.F. Allen

Manganese Acetate, Manganum, Mang.

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



A sticking-burning pain beneath the left second rib, aggravated by expiration and motion, relieved during rest and somewhat on inspiration,

Constriction, nausea, and warmth rising from the middle of the abdomen into the chest (pharynx),

Dull pain in the chest when coughing,

A cartilaginous sensation drawing downward in the lower portion of the chest,

Digging and gnawing in the right clavicle (after thirty-six hours),

Sticking pain drawing upward in the chest, at times on expiration,

Stitches in the upper part of the chest, on expiration (after ten days),

A fine stitch on the right lowest ribs, on stooping (after one hour and a half),

Drawing stitch constantly extending upward and downward in the left chest,

Pain in the chest as if bruised,

Bruised pain in the upper part of the chest, on bending the head forward; relieved on rising, but returning on stooping again (after two hours),


Burning beneath the upper part of the sternum, then also in the stomach (after half an hour),

Pressive cutting, like a digging, in both sides of the sternum, somewhat above the pit of the stomach; in the evening,

Transient stitches in the upper part of the sternum,

A dull pain in the sternum as after a blow, in the morning,

A sensation of rawness extending from the upper abdomen to the sternum,


Burning in the left side of the chest, by the shoulder, more externally; aggravated by pressure or rubbing; afterwards gradually disappearing of itself (after half an hour),

Violent stitches in the right side of the chest, near the sternum, as from without inward, relieved by nothing,

Fine needle-like stitches, now in the right, now in the left side of the chest; in the morning,

While sitting, a sudden shock in the left side of the chest from above downward, as far as the last true ribs,

Itching stitch in the right nipple (after three-quarters of an hour),

Around armpit

Prolonged painful sticking in the left side of the chest, by the clavicle; and at the same time in the left axilla (after two hours),

Fine sticking in the left side of the chest beneath the axilla, on motion of the trunk (after half an hour),


Throbbing in the right chest, as from the beat of the heart there, in the evening in bed,


Oppression of the chest, in the morning, and constriction of breathing,

A constrictive-sticking pain in the chest on breathing, the whole forenoon (after nine days),

A dull stitch in each side of the larynx, on swallowing food and drink; a sticking extending into the left ear,

Voice rough in the morning, without sensation in the throat; disappearing on smoking,

Inclination to cough, in the morning,

Irritation to cough; he tries to cough loose something that is seated in the larynx; but it is difficult, and some mucus is loosened, more by forcible expiration than by real coughing,

Dry cough, which always causes a shooting into the sides of the head,

Dry cough, caused by reading aloud, or talking; with painful dryness, roughness, and constriction in the larynx, causing an extremely sensitive cough, with which some mucus was loosened only after hawking a long time,

Two paroxysms of dry cough (after one hour),

Deep cough, without expectoration, ceasing on lying down, and recurring next day; with firm mucous expectoration and shattering pain in the pit of the stomach and chest; suddenly disappearing at noon,

Cough with expectoration in the morning (after twenty-one hours),

Expectoration of much pale-green, yellowish mucus in lumps almost without cough, in the morning,

Bloody expectoration (after forty-eight hours),

Heart and pulse


Pulse irregular, scarcely perceptible; now faster, now slower,

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