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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Platinum Metallicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Almost constantly hungry.
Lack of appetite.
There is relish for the first morsels, but soon fullness and satiety.
She is satiated at once in the evening, on account of great sadness; later on she eats.
Though he has a desire for tobacco, there is no relish, and soon there is an aversion for it.
Empty eructation, in the morning, before breakfast.
Empty eructations, with a hungry stomach (aft. ¾ h.).
Sensation of loathing in the gastric region.
Qualmishness in the gastric region, in the morning.
In the gastric region, visible stitches, like muscular subsultus.
Pressure in the pit of the stomach, also when touched.
Fullness in the stomach and abdomen, in the morning before breakfast, as if from overloading the stomach, with much empty eructation.
Sensation in the scrobiculus cordis, as if she had swallowed too much air, with rising up to the pit of the throat and abortive effort at eructation, much aggravated at every empty deglutition.
Inflation of the scrobiculus cordis and of the stomach, with a sensation of scratching and tearing in pieces in the stomach.
Pressive drawing pain below the scrobiculus cordis, as from a strain in lifting.
Contractive pain about the scrobiculus cordis, as if laced too tightly so that she could not breathe for it.
Painful sensation about the scrobiculus cordis, as if laced too tightly, with an inclination to eat, as if that would make it go off.
Oppression about the scrobiculus, unaffected by respiration.
Crawling in the pit of the stomach, extending up to the throat, as from swallowing feathery dust; she had to retch.
Itching writhing in the gastric region; it goes off by friction.
Fermentation in the gastric region.
Dull, hammering beating in and beside the scrobiculus cordis, on a costal cartilage (at once).
Violent stitches on the right side, beside the scrobiculus cordis.
Dull thrusts in the scrobiculus cordis.
Violent, dull shooting thrusts in the scrobiculus cordis, in slow paroxysms (aft. ¼ h.).
Gnawing and writhing in the stomach, in the morning, with voracious hunger and gathering of water in the mouth; not relieved by eating.
Pain in the abdomen, toward morning, aggravated by raising himself in bed, and then gradually ceasing.
Abdomen much inflated in the evening.
Cramp-like distention of the abdomen, in various places, like large bubbles, in other spots cramp-like drawing inward and depression of the abdomen.
Sensation in the whole of the abdomen, as if laced too tightly.
The whole of the abdomen is pinched together in the umbilical region; this extends into the back.
Painful pinching together under the left short ribs.
Jerking pinching, now here, now there, in the abdomen.
Jerking drawing in the right side of the abdomen, with some arrest of breathing.
Pinching in the umbilical region, as from incipient diarrhoea.
Cutting pain darts quickly through the abdomen, followed by weariness in the knees.
Drawing through the abdomen, from the chest toward the groins, coming together in the genital parts with pains.
Writhing about the navel, with oppression of breathing and tremulous sensation throughout the whole of the body.
Very painful stitch, deep in the abdomen, above the navel, when raising himself suddenly after crouching down.
Dull stitches in the middle of the navel.
Dull intermitting thrusts in the abdomen, just below the short ribs.
Stitches in the abdomen, in the morning.
Fine shooting in the right side of the abdomen, when lying upon it, it passes forward into the umbilical region and into the left side; aggravated by lying on the left side.
Pain in the abdomen as from fright, after a sensation of anxiety in the whole of the abdomen; with urging as for diarrhoea, though only some ordinary faeces are discharged with a great effort.
Slight burning about the umbilicus.
Sudden burning darting down in the right side of the abdomen.
Burning sensation on a small spot of the left side of the abdomen, in paroxysms.
Externally on a small spot of the abdomen, transient twitches, like a dull thrust (at once).
Dull pain, as from a thrust, in the middle of the abdomen, below the navel.
Dull pressure on a left short rib; with a pain as from a blow or fall, after pressing upon it.
Beating, like dull thrusts, on a lower true rib.
Growling in the epigastrium, in the morning before breakfast. (aft. ½ h.).
Clucking in the abdomen, in the morning before breakfast, as from a liquid, with pinching restlessness in the intestines. (7th d.).
She loathes food, accompanied with a weeping mood.
After a meal, pinching in the umbilical region as for diarrhoea.
Loud eructation of air, before and after meals.
Sudden eructation of a bitter-sweet liquid, causing him to choke, so that he had to cough, with long continuing scraping in the throat; also after dinner.
Nausea, while there is appetite for the food (which tastes normally).
Pressure in the pit of the stomach after eating (bread and butter), as from undigested food.
Distended abdomen after dinner.
Frequent eructation of air, at any time.
Hiccuping, eructation and passage of flatus after eating.
Pinching in the precordial region, immediately followed by pressing down toward the hypogastrium, like flatulent burrowing; it only went off after a movement of flatus, which was not, however, emitted till later and with difficulty; the sensation in the groin kept recurring with the distention of the abdomen.
Jerking pinching in both sides of the abdomen, relieved by passage of flatus.
Cutting and pinching about the umbilicus as from flatulence; this then draws downward, with urging to stool and emission of flatus.
Moving about in the abdomen, like the burrowing of flatus.
The flatus only passes with difficulty and sparingly, and always accompanying the stool.
A flatus is discharged with a sensation as if diarrhoea would ensue.
Short, abrupt passage of flatus, usually only with an exertion of the abdominal muscles.
Frequent emission of inodorous flatus.
Much emission of flatus during the day.
Nausea and qualmishness in the scrobiculus cordis before eating, which afterward goes down into the abdomen with a slight pinching.
Constant nausea, with great weariness, anxiety and sensation of trembling through the whole body, in the forenoon.
Inclination to vomit, without vomiting, aggravated in paroxysms, with great qualmishness and fatigue of the lower limbs.≡ more ...