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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Thigh about the chest, as if constricted, with pain in it, as if cut in two.
Tightness in the middle of the chest, below the sternum, in the evening.
Tightness of the chest, when walking in the open air, as if constricted with a band transversely across.
Tightness of the chest, for two evenings in succession, with dull shooting and pressure in the middle of the sternum, with small, quick pulse (aft. 2, 3 d.).
Tightness of the chest, in the morning.
Tightness and pressure on the chest (aft. 7 h.).
Oppression in the chest, this goes in the evening, with headache (aft. 13 d.).
Pain in the chest, especially in the right side, as if the blood was violently pressing into the finest vessels of the lungs.
Pressure on the chest, at the right end of the left clavicle, in the morning (10th d.).
Pressure on the chest, extending into the throat, as if a foreign body was rising up in it.
Pressure in the left side or in the whole of the chest, now here, now there.
Pressive pain in the chest, frequently (during the first two days).
Pressure on the chest, as from rheumatism and arrested flatulence.
Pressure on the chest, upward from the scrobiculus cordis, going off through eructations (8th d.).
Pressure on the upper part of the sternum, or on the lower part of the chest, after dinner, for a long time (1st, 2d d.).
Pressure below the left nipple (2d d.).
Pressure, drawing as if rheumatic, just below the clavicle, near the joint of the upper arm.
Pressure on the left clavicle.
Tearing pressure in the lower part of the left side of the chest.
Intermitting pressure outward and drawing tension, here and there, in the left side of the chest.
Tensive pains in the chest.
Tension and drawing on the left clavicle.
Tension, bruised pain and shooting in the whole of the right side of the chest.
Tension and shooting in the cardiac region.
Pinching pain, anteriorly in the right side of the chest, then shooting in the last hypochondria on the right side, extending to the cardiac region, with long-continued bruised pain of that spot.
Pinching pain in the chest, in paroxysms, with qualmishness; in the morning (2d d.).
Pinching and straining pain in the chest, occasionally.
Tearing in the right side of the chest (11th d.).
Tearing on the right upper ribs, almost in the back.
Dull tearing pain in the chest, above the scrobiculus cordis (8th d.).
Sharp, lancinating tearing in the left side of the chest (aft. 10 d.).
Shooting pain in the sternum.
Shooting and tightness in the middle of the chest, during and after inspiring.
Stitches in the middle of the sternum, at times so severe as to cause screaming, when stooping; at times followed by painful pressure, deep within, extending up into the throat.
Stitch on the upper part of the sternum, extending into the left lumbar region, with aversion to stooping, in the morning.
Shooting in the right side of the chest, at times when turning the trunk to the right, or after dinner, followed by pressure, or alternating with shooting in the right flank and the right side of the abdomen.
Stitch below the right nipple.
Shooting, dull in the right side of the chest.
Dull shooting on the right short ribs (7th d.).
Stitch in the left side of the chest, on moving the arm.
Shooting below the left breast.
Shooting in the region of the left ribs, opposite the pit of the stomach, with ulcerative pain per se, and on pressing upon it, in the evening.
Shooting pain on a spot as large as the hand, on the left side of the chest, with a sensation as if the spot was decayed and crushed.
Shooting in the left side of the chest, at times very violent.
Shooting in the left side of the chest, in the evening while standing, with bruised pain of that spot.
Stitches below the heart, like pleurisy, in the evening.
Stitches above the heart, in the evening (24th d.).
Stitch in the left clavicle, very painful.
Violent stitches in the left side, worse when respiring, better when stretching.
Sharp stitches, deep within the right side of the chest.
Sharp lancination in the cardiac region, increased by a full expiration (9th d.).
Dull shooting in the upper part of the left side of the chest (5th, 6th d.).
Dull stitch below the sternum, while eating.
Constantly pressive stitch in the right side of the chest, especially increased by strongly expiring.
Sensation of weakness and burning in the sternum (aft. sever. h.).
Burning in the left side of the chest.
Burning in the right side of the chest (2d d.).
The trouble in the chest is worse when moving, when she lifts something or seizes something with the hands.
Frequent palpitation, without any particular anxiety (aft 2 d.).
Pain in the chest, as from a bruise, while driving.
Pain of the left thoracic muscle, as if bruised or sore.
Pressive sore pain about the right nipple.
Thin, sharp drawing about the left nipple, with sore pain when touching it, which soon becomes pulsating.
Violent pressive pain in the right mamma.
Sensation of distension in the left female breast.
Stitches into the left breast, dull and painful, in the morning.
Stitch below the right female breast.
Burning on a small spot on the chest, on the right side near the scrobiculus cordis, also above the left nipple.
Burning on the right side of the chest, as if in the skin, extending into the back.
Sharp pressure in the right side of the chest, near the axilla.
Tearing in the left side of the chest, below the axilla.
Tearing stitches in the chest, below the axilla, with sore pain of the spot afterwards.
Dull pressive shooting and tension in the chest, below the right axilla (7th, 9th d.).
Painfully pulsating beating in the left side of the chest, in the axilla, at noon.
Painful palpitation, and with every heart-beat, a stitch.
Pulse quickened (72, 79, 85 beats) in the evening, at times with a sensation of increased warmth.
The respiration is more oppressed than usual (1st d.).
The breathing and the chest are unusually free and easy.
Shooting in the chest, very violent, when walking in the open air, extending up into the left side of the neck, with very difficult breathing, for several hours.
Shooting in any spot on the chest, when taking a deep breath.
Hiccup, for half an hour (aft. 4 d.).
Hiccup, also very violent in the evening, or after breakfast.≡ more ...