Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The eyes pain, as that she must close them, with a sensation as if she ought to press them inward (aft. 8 d.).
Painful sensation as if a small, foreign body had gotten in the eye (aft. 17 d.).
Pain in the eyes, as if they were being pressed inward.
Pressure in the eyes, in the evening.
Severe pressure, day and night, as if there was a grain of sand lodged under the upper eyelid (aft; 19 d.).
Pressure in the eye, in the evening, after lying down, and in the night, as if a grain of sand had lodged in the eye.
Pressure and burning in the eyes, and lachrymation.
Tension in the muscles of the eyes on turning them or on straining them in reading.
Twitching and beating in the eyes, by jerks (aft. 20 d.).
Stitches in the eye and in the head (during the menses) (aft. 8 d.).
Severe stitch in the eye which has a fistula lachrymalis.
Stinging and smarting in the eye.
Stitches in the inner canthus, then alternately stitches and throbbing in the eyes, and after the pain goes off, several times a blowing of the nose.
Stitches in the external and internal canthus.
Itching stitches in the inner canthi, going off by scratching (at once).
Violently tearing stitches in the right eye, as if inflamed.
Boring stitch in the upper border of the orbit (aft. 5 d.).
Itching on the edges of the eyelids.
Itching in the eyes, in the evening, but pressure in the morning.
Severe itching of the eyes.
Itching in the canthi.
Itching in the right inner canthus.
Itching of the eyes in both canthi.
Tickling itching in the right outer canthus compelling to rub (aft. 25 h.).
Excoriating pain in the lower eyelid.
Smarting in the eyes (aft. 7 d.).
Sensation of coldness in the eyes (at once).
Sensation of heat in the eyes, with heaviness in the upper lids.
Burning in the eyes, when the closes the lids.
Burning in the left upper eyelid, toward the inner canthus (aft. 6 h.).
Burning of the inner canthi, with stitches in them.
Burning and itching in the eyes (aft. 8 d.).
Itching burning in the eyes, on the head and in the throat (aft. 7 d.).
Redness of the edges of the eyelids.
Redness of the white of the eye.
Reddish white of the eye, with pressure in the eyes (aft. 20 d.).
Inflammation and swelling of the left canthus, and lower lid, with lancinating and throbbing pains and itching round about (aft. 10 d.).
Violent inflammation of the eyes, the white of the eye is quite red, and in the eyes, especially the outer canthi, much eyegum all the day; the outer canthi are, as it were, sore and suppurated for fourteen days (2d d.).
Swelling and redness of the eyelids, with nocturnal suppuration; in the day they are full of eyegum, with sensation of heat and pain of excoriation, and lachrymation (aft. 11 d.).
Swelling of the lower eyelids, in the morning, after rising.
Lachrymation, when writing.
Lachrymation, and the eyes are affected (aft. 7 d.).
Lachrymation in the morning.
Smarting water runs from the left, reddened eye.
Sensation as of fat in the eyes.
Mucus-like matter (eyegum) is constantly in the eyes, she has to wipe them often.
Dry pus in the edges of the eyelids and in the canthi.
Eyegum in the canthi, for two days (aft. 10 h.).
Stickiness of the eyelids, on moving them, with pressure in the canthi, and especially the outer ones (aft. 55 h.).
Eyes closed by suppuration.
The eyelids of the eyes which look watery, are glued together with eyegum in the morning, and the eyes pain when the looks at the light (aft. 24 h.).
Eyes closed by suppuration, early on awaking from sleep (aft. 24 h.).
Some blood exudes from the eye, which is much reddened in its white part, but painless.
Quivering in the upper eyelids, with sensation as if the eye moved involuntarily (aft. 18 d.).
Stiffness in the left eyeball, in the morning, after rising; it cannot be moved without a disagreeable sensation.
She has to wink with her eyes while reading; they constantly tend to close (were red and exuded water).
Dilatation of the pupils.
First dilated, then contracted pupils.
An obscurity or darkness at times glides over her eyes.
Dimness of the eyes (after a cold in the head) (aft. 6 d.).
Dimness of the vision, while she wants to shut her eyes, without sleepiness (6th d.).
Sensation as of feathers before the eyes.
Sensation as of a gauze before the sight, in both the inner canthi, going off through lachrymation.
Something comes before her eyes like a shadow, with pupils very much dilated, so that objects on one side seem to her, as it were obscure and invisible; so, e.g., she saw only one eye in a man.
Sudden blindness, just after dinner; he could not even see the table, at which the sat; with sweat of anguish and nausea; and at the same time a brightness before her eyes; the symptom passed off after half an hour's sleep.
In the dark, he seems to see, as it were, electric sparks before the eyes.
she has to use convex spectacles in reading.
while she before could see well, both near and far, she cannot distinguish anything fine when near; she cannot thread a sewing-needle (the first 9 d.).
Far-sightedness in a man who is short-sighted; he could recognize all things at a considerable distance, the whole day.
Small objects she distinguished better than large ones.
A black point followed the letters in reading.
At times, he sees a black spot, before the left eye, which goes off in a few minutes.
In a great bodily efforts, she often sees black spots before the eyes (aft. 11 d.).
He sees a halo around the candle and around the moon.
The letters dance before the eyes.
Flickering before the eyes and dullness of vision.
Flickering and like fiery sparks before the eyes, in the morning on awaking.
Light blinds her.
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