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Stannum Iodatum - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Stann. Iod, Stannum, Stann-i.

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HPUS indication of Stannum Iodatum: cough
Common symptom: Cough..

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



Dull blows across hypochondria.

Cramps in region of diaphragm.

Pressure and burning sensation in hepatic region.

Pressure, spasmodic pain, and shootings in the l. hypochondrium.

Abdomen painfully distended, and sensitive to touch.

Spasms (colic) in abdomen, with pains above and below navel.

Hysterical spasms in abdomen.

Digging, pinching, and griping in abdomen; before every stool.

Burning sensation, and shootings in abdomen.

Feeling of excoriation in abdomen, agg. by touch.

Severe pain causing the patient to lie over the sharp corner of a table or sofa, or something hard, and to press the abdomen firmly against it, as in this way amel. is afforded.

Griping as of something being torn away.

Sensation as if stretched in (r.) abdominal muscles.

Sensation of emptiness (hollowness) in abdomen; even after eating.

Incarceration of flat us.

Stitches from both sides through hips.


Bitter and sour taste.

Bitter, herbaceous taste of beer.

Increased hunger, which cannot be satisfied.

Increased thirst.

Excessive weakness of digestion.


Nausea and vomiting; in the morning; from odour of cooking food.

Nausea, esp. after a meal, followed by bitter and watery vomiting.

Violent retching, followed by vomiting of (undigested) food.

Bitter taste of all food (except water).

Nausea and vomiting after a meal.


Squeezing, as from a claw, in umbilical region, followed by nausea.

Cramps in stomach, sometimes with bitter risings, sensation of hunger and diarrhoea, or else with nausea, and pale and sickly complexion.

Squeezing, as from a claw in stomach, and umbilical region, with nausea.


Vomiting of bile; of blood.


Bitter risings; or with a taste of rotten eggs.

Sour risings, with scraping in throat.

Frequent hiccough.

Aching in stomach, sometimes very violent.

Tensive pressure at scrobiculus, which is painful when touched, as from subcutaneous ulceration.

Sinking, gone, feeling in epigastrium.

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