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Zincum Metallicum - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Zincum Metallicum: Varicose veins

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

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Spasmodic pains in the hypochondria, alternating with oppression of chest (dyspnoea) after eating.

Sticking in r. hypochondrium.

Enlarged liver.

Violent pressure in hypochondria and sides of abdomen, agg. by movement and walking.

Squeezing, pressure, and shootings in the hepatic region.

Shootings in region of spleen.

Pressure, shootings, and pain as from excoriation in lumbar region.

Sticking in diaphragm.

Pains in abdomen in evening after lying down.

Violent pressure and tension in abdomen (and sides), with distension.

Pressure under short ribs, after eating, with depression of spirits.

Pain as from an internal induration in a spot beneath navel.

Sensation of pressure on internal surface of trunk, of a nervous character, without flatulency.

Spasmodic pain in umbilical region.

Squeezing in abdomen.

Gripings and pinchings in abdomen, with diarrhoea.

Tearings and shootings in abdomen.

Severe stabbing pains in abdomen.

Flatulent colic, esp. in evening.

Inguinal hernia.

Pressive aching in pubic region.

(Erotomania; patient always pressing on pubes.).

Cutting upward in l. iliac region, in paroxysms; in a pregnant woman.

Swelling of inguinal glands; buboes (l.).


Taste of blood in mouth.

Salt taste in mouth.

Taste sweetish; metallic; like spoiled cheese; as after raw peas.

Violent thirst from forenoon till evening; with heat in palms; in afternoon; in afternoon during menses; with hasty drinking; for beer in evening.

Diminution of appetite; loss of appetite.

Insatiable voracity.

Hunger ravenous, esp. 11 a.m. or 12 noon, with weakness of legs and trembling; greediness and hasty swallowing.

Loss of appetite, with a perfectly clean tongue.

agg. From sugar (heartburn); wine; milk (loud eructations).


Pain after a light meal, with tympanites.

Griping after breakfast or cutting after dinner.

Accumulation of much flatulence, with grumbling (loud rumbling, gurgling rolling) and borborygmi in abdomen, esp. after a meal.

Sour risings after a meal, esp. after drinking milk.

Dislike to meal (veal), sweet things, fish, cooked and hot food; to wine and brandy.

Hypochondriacal humour, with aching under false ribs; choking, clawing in abdomen, and fulness, pressure, or burning in the stomach after a meal.


Frequent expulsion of hot and putrid flatus.


Nausea and headache from least drop of wine.

Pressure at stomach, with nausea, after eating bread.


Nausea, with retching and vomiting of bitter mucus, renewed by slightest movement.

Vomiting as soon as, first spoonful of liquid reaches stomach; of pregnancy; easy, of watery bile, followed by great relief; acrid, causing burning on face and rawness in throat; almost continuous.

Vomiting of blood.


Rising, with pressive pain in chest.

Pyrosis after taking things sweetened with sugar.

Hiccough, esp. after breakfast.


Unpleasant sensation in cardia and along oesophagus.

Squeezing and pressure in scrobiculus.

Tearing and shootings in scrobiculus; from both sides towards each other.

Burning in stomach.

Burning sensation in epigastrium (extending to oesophagus).

Sudden oppression of stomach, has to unfasten dress.

Spasm in stomach and constriction of oesophagus; agg. during inspiration.

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