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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.
Dyspnoea, esp. in evening, with sensation of emptiness in scrobiculus, and anguish, which causes the patient (to loosen or) tear his clothes.
Oppression at chest when walking or ascending.
Asthma when attacks gradually come on, culminate, and gradually decline.
Rattling of mucus and wheezing in chest.
Agreeable sensation of lightness on taking a full inspiration.
Contusive pain in chest.
Heavy pressure in chest as by a weight.
Tension in chest (hydrothorax).
Constriction of chest, sometimes in evening, with anguish.
Lancinations in the l. side of the chest, during inspiration, or when lying on the r. side.
Sharp, cutting stitches in l. side of chest, agg. from stooping.
Burning stitches on l. chest, agg. on expectoration.
Pain, as from excoriation, in chest.
Sensation of weakness in chest, as if it were empty, esp. after speaking or expectorating.
Itching-tickling in chest.
Suddenly, a long stitch in l. side of chest beneath axillae, causing fright.
Pain in praecordial region and hiccough.
Pulse frequent, small; indistinct, fluttering.
Fatiguing, paroxysmal cough, so that epigastric region was painful, as if beaten.
Small, quick pulse.
Obstructed respiration at night, esp. when lying down; or by day, on least movement.
Hoarseness and roughness in larynx, with tickling, which excites a cough.
Catarrh, with hoarse voice, sensation of fatigue in chest, obstructed respiration, and cough with expectoration.
Great accumulation of mucus in trachea, which is easily detached.
The voice is louder in singing, after having hawked up the mucus.
Cough excited by laughter, talking, and singing, or by a tickling in chest; or by warm drinks.
all who use the voice a great deal.
Dry, violent, shaking cough, in bed, in evening, until midnight, or more violent in morning.
Shattering, deep cough.
Short cough from weakness of chest, having a hoarse, weak sound.
Cough concussive, with paroxysms of these coughs.
Cough excited by lying on the r. side.
Cough, with retching and vomiting of food.
Cough, with frequent expectoration of mucus.
(Cough coming after whooping-cough in girl, 9; very profuse, white, thick expectoration, hoarse, tongue coated, sleepless, no appetite, rapid emaciation and debility, with contracted chest and pleuritic adhesions.)
R. T. C.).
Expectoration when coughing (during the day, in morning expectoration is most profuse and) is greenish, sweetish, or yellow; saltish; or else viscid, and in lumps; or serous, and composed of liquid mucus, or of a putrid smell (after coughing and expectorating the patient feels hollow and empty).
During and after the cough, pain as of excoriation, and shootings in the chest.
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