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Sulphuricum Acidum - Chest symptoms - Clarke

Sulphuric Acid, Sulph-ac, Sulfuricum Sulphuricum Acidum, Sulfuricum acidum, Acidum Sulphuricum, Acid Sulph, Sul-ac.


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HPUS indication of Sulphuricum Acidum: Hot flushes

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


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CHEST

Chest

Dyspnoea.

Great weakness in the chest, with difficult speech.

Aching in the l. side of chest, and in scrobiculus.

Pains along sternum; beneath sternum; cutting, burning.

Dull stitches in l. side of sternum by costal cartilages.

Dull tension in l. side of chest.

Stitches from chest to l. scapula.

Pneumonia l. side of chest and in pit of stomach.

(Many cases of poisoning by Sulphur Sul. ac. are followed by pneumonia.).

Slight pulsating, twitching beneath l. side.

Lancinations in chest.

Violent sticking in r. breast; frequent and continuous; when pressing on it pain extended deeper.

Around armpit

Cutting pain in front of l. axilla.

Heart

Palpitation of heart (with or without anxiety).

Lancinations across heart.

Praecordial region very painful.

Pulse

Sternum sore as if beaten.

Small, feeble (accelerated) pulse.

Respiration

Hoarseness, with dryness, and roughness in throat and larynx.

Pain in larynx, with embarrassed speech, as if the parts were not sufficiently elastic.

Larynx excessively sensitive; to pressure.

Cough, excited by open air.

Cough agg. from walking, riding, cold water, and when smelling coffee.

Dry, short, panting cough, sometimes in the morning, after rising.

Moist cough, with slimy expectoration.

Long-continued haemoptysis.

Cough, with haemoptysis.

Cough with expectoration in morning, without expectoration in evening.

Cough from irritation in the chest, with expectoration in morning of dark blood, or of a thin, yellow, blood-streaked mucus, generally of a sourish taste.

After the cough, eructations.

Profuse haemorrhage from the lungs.

Risings and regurgitation of food after coughing.

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