Arsenicum Album - Fever And Chill symptoms - HahnemannArsenious Acid, Arsenic, Arsenicum, Ars. Alb, Ars Alb, Arsenic alb, Ars.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Arsenicum Album in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Coldness of the limbs.
Coldness in the hands and feet, and even in the abdomen, in the evening.
General coldness, with profuse perspiration of the skin.
Coldness of the body and dryness of the skin alternate with cold sweat.
Febrile rigor, chill.
Shivering without thirst. (At once.).
Loathing shivering after drinking.
After drinking, shivering and chill. (At once.).
After dinner, shivering.
After dinner the shivering ceases. (A more rare alternate action).
Every afternoon at five o'clock, the shiver returns.
In the evening, shivering, just before lying down.
Every evening a febrile rigor.
A shiver before going to bed.
When going into the open air shiverings come on.
Shiverings all over the body, with hot forehead, warm face and cold hands.
Shiverings all over the body, with warm forehead, hot cheeks, and cold hands.
During the rigor there frequently arise other ailments or pains.
During the rigor, tearing in the legs.
Chilliness in the external skin, over the face and the feet.
Chilliness, even up to the most severe chill.
Violent shaking chill.
Chill, without being able to get warm, with peevishness and a flying heat running over the body while speaking or moving; then she became red in the face, and yet was chilly.
Chill with cold feet, the began to perspire.
Every afternoon at 3 o'clock, chill with hunger; after the meal, the chill was aggravated.
In the afternoon, internal chill, with external heat and red cheeks.
Toward evening, chilliness with coldness.
In the evening, chilliness in the legs, from the calves down to the feet.
In the evening after lying down a severe chill in bed.
In the evening, he cannot get warm in bed; he thinks he caught cold in bed.
During the chill, no thirst.
In the afternoon -chill, colic and diarrhoeic stool; and after this, continued colic.
She is either too cold all over the body, and yet is nowhere cold to the touch, or she is too warm, and yet is nowhere hot to the touch, except perhaps in the palm.
Heat internal and external, through the whole body, as from drinking wine, with thirst for beer.
Internal heat, with thirst, after diarrhoea.
Dry heat of the skin.
General anxious heat.
In the evening about seven o'clock, heat in the face, for an hour.
Nocturnal heat, without thirst and without perspiration.
After the heat, nausea.
Perspiration with excessive thirst, so that the continually desires to drink.
Perspiration, which exhausts him in bed, even to fainting.
Cold, clammy sweat.
Perspiration, during which the skin and especially the eyes are colored yellow.
In the forenoon, perspiration with heaviness of the head, roaring of the ears and trembling.
Night-sweats, three nights in succession.
At night, profuse sweat on the lower limbs, especially about the knees.
Itching and slight perspiration on the back, all the night.
In the beginning of the sleep, in the evening on lying down, perspiration, which ceases in the subsequent sleep.
In the beginning of sleep, perspiration, only on the hands and thighs, which passes away in the subsequent sleep (aft. 6 h.).
Morning-sweat, all over the body from the time of awaking till rising.
In the morning, on awaking, sweat only in the face.
In the morning, perspiration on the legs (the 1st night).
Fever of a very violent kind.
Fever with violent thirst.
Paroxysms of fever, returning several days at the same hour.
Toward evening, he has an unpleasant sensation in his body, like fever, and when he lies down, his head becomes hot, and especially the ears, but the knees are cold (aft. 36 h.).
Fever, chill in the evening and morning, without thirst, with much micturition, little stool, and stretching in all the limbs.
Fever, external chilliness of the limbs, with internal heat, with anxious restlessness, and weak, changeable pulse.
Fever, a brief chill, at night, then severe heat with delirium, without thirst.
Febrile rigor, in the morning, alternating with heat.
Febrile rigor and shivering, with heat of the external ear, at the same time anguish and gnawing in the scrobiculus cordis, combined with nausea.
Fever, in the afternoon, shivering of the external head, with stretching and drawing in the limbs, then chill with goose-skin, from 8-9 P.M.; heat in the body, especially in the face, without perspiration, with cold hands and feet.
Fever, when he comes from the open air into the room; first a chill, then long-continued hiccup, then general perspiration, then again hiccup.
Fever toward evening; chilliness with drowsiness and a disagreeable sensation of illness all through the body, as after a fit of fever quite or nearly gone; then after midnight, a profuse sweat on the thighs; it returned after two days, at the same time.
Fever, much chilliness during the day, after it thirst, in the evening much heat in the face.
Febrile rigor first, then dry heat of the skin.
Fever, alternately chills and heat.
Fever in the forenoon; violent rigor without thirst, with spasms in the chest, pains throughout the body, and a sort of lack of the power of recollecting; then heat with thirst; then sweat with roaring in the ears.
Fever, every other day; the first afternoon about 6 o'clock a chill, with weariness and a feeling of bruisedness in the thighs; the third afternoon at 5 o'clock, at first inclination to lie down, then a shaking chill all over without thirst, then heat without thirst, with pressive headache in the forehead.
Fever in the evening at 10 o'clock; heat with redness in the whole body; then sweat.
Fever at night at 2 o'clock; increased warmth of the whole body, perspiration in the face and on the feet, and a tension with colic-like pains in the hypochondria and the epigastrium, causing anxiety.
Burning fever, so that cold water gives no relief; after the heat, sweat, especially in the nape of the neck; appearing sometimes every fourteen days, a few days at a time.
When the fever is at an end, the perspiration always follows at its termination.
In the paroxysm of fever, increased tension in the hypochondria, so that he can hardly lie on the side at all.
Inordinate rush of blood.
Pulse exceedingly feverish.
The body after sixteen days was still fresh and undecomposed.≡ more ...