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Calcarea Carbonica - Head symptoms - Hahnemann

Carbonate Of Lime, Calc carb, Calcarea, Calcarea Carbonicum, Calc c, Calcium carbonicum, Calcarea Carbonica Ostrearum, Calcarea Carbonica Hahn. Cal carb, Calcarea carb, calc. carb., cal carb Calc.


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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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HEAD

Dull, persistent numb feeling in the head.

Constant numbness of the head, as if too full.

Insensibility and dullness of the senses in the whole head, as if from a violent cold.

Stupefaction, with unconsciousness of external objects, with undulating humming in the top of the head.

Stupefying pressure in the upper part of the head, as after whirling around quickly (aft. 24 d.).

The stupefying pressive aching in the (right) side of the forehead is aggravated chiefly by stooping (aft. 50 h.).

Constant feeling of fullness in the head.

Heaviness in the forehead, aggravated by reading and writing.

Heaviness and heat of the head, almost only in the forehead.

Heaviness of the head, in the morning on awaking, for several mornings (aft. 20 h.).

Great heaviness of the head, in the morning on awaking, with heat therein; both symptoms much aggravated by motion of the head and raising up the head (aft. 27 h.).

Heaviness and pressure in the occiput (aft. 13 h.).

Pressure in the head, now above, now in the temple (aft. 12 d.).

Pressure in the temple every day, for eight days.

Pressure in the left temporal bone, as if it was being crushed in; the pressure is both internal and external simultaneously (aft. 7 ½ h.).

Pressure in the right temple, close to the eyes, as if something pressed on it severely (aft. 5 ½ h.).

Pressure in the vertex of the head, extending into the eyes.

Pressure in the forehead.

Pressure in the sinciput (4th d.).

Jerking pressure outward in the left side of the occiput, extending to the nape of the neck (aft. 14 h.).

Sensation in the occiput as if it was pressed asunder.

Tension over the upper part of the head.

The head aches, as if tense.

Tension and pressure in the right side of the head, as from a blunt instrument, which is being pushed through it, with jerks from above downward.

Cramp-like drawing under the crown, in the upper part of the head, with stitches in the temples and heat in the ears (aft. 48 h.).

Digging and pressure in the head, spreading to the eyes, the nose, the teeth, and the cheeks, with great sensitiveness to noise; with slight attack of fainting.

Gnawing sensation in the occiput.

Stitches in the head.

Transient stitches in the head, here and there.

Stitches in the head, in the evening, with stitches in the legs.

Single stitches through the head, with great chilliness.

Stitches in the whole head, for half an hour, when she raises herself up after lying flat on her back, and so also after stooping.

Frequent stitches in the temples (aft. 7 d.).

Stitches through the left temple into the head, and out through the right temple (aft. 5 h.).

Stitches on the right side of the upper part of the head, extending into the right eye (aft. 29 d.).

Fines stitches on the vertex, externally (aft. 7 h.).

Stitches in the right side of the occiput (aft. 11 d.).

Intermittent needle-pricks in the left side of the forehead, both when at rest and in motion.

Violent jerking stitches through the whole of the right side of the brain, often renewed and leaving behind them a tensive, dilating sensation.

Dull, pressive stitches, into both of the temples (aft. 24 h.).

Dull, pressive stitches in walking, occupying chiefly the left side of the forehead, and passing off again on continuing the walk.

Digging stitches in the left temple, near the eyebrow, on moving the lower jaw (aft. 5 h.).

Rhythmically intermittent stabs of a knife, boring outward in the left temporal region, going off by touching the part and by sitting down.

Pulsating stitches in the left parietal bone (at once).

Single jerks or thrusts through the brain.

Momentary jerks in the head.

Beating pain in the forehead.

Lancinating beating in the head, when walking briskly.

Violent beating in the upper part of the head in the region of the vertex, as from an artery, with cutting thrusts outward.

Rushes of blood to the head, with heat of the face, for seven hours after a meal.

Heat in the head and strong ebullition of blood.

Heat in the left side of the head.

Heat about the head, in the evening.

Icy cold in and on the head (aft. 4 h.).

Crepitation, audible to him for several minutes, in the occiput, toward noon, and then a warm sensation up the neck.

Concussion in the brain, when making a step, like an echo in the head.

Externally on the right side of the head, a numb place.

Sensation of soreness on the occiput, when touched, as if the spot was festered below.

Tearing in the head and eyes, with redness of the whole face, every afternoon from 3 or 4 to 9 or 10 o'clock.

Itching on the occiput.

Severe eruption on the head.

Eruptive pimples on the forehead.

Tumor below the left temple (aft. 15 d.).

Tumor on the right temple, in the morning, passing away in evening (aft. 15 d.).

A pustule over the left eyebrow.

Headache

Painful numb feeling of the head, so that she cannot understand what is read, nor what is spoken.

Headache in the forehead, over the nose.

Headache in the occiput, when she ties anything firmly around the head.

Frequent semi-lateral headache, always with much empty eructation.

Headache, with nausea (aft. 12 d.).

Headache only in the side on which he is lying (a burning?).

Sensation every time he stoops, as if headache was beginning in the right side of the head.

Dull pain in the forehead, with waste confusion in the head, in the morning on awaking, with dry, slimy tongue (5th d.).

First dull, then pressive headache in the temples, in the morning on awaking, with much empty eructation.

Violent dull headache, first in the sinciput, then also in the occiput, for several days (aft. 8 d.).

Stupefying pressive pain in the forehead, with lack of the power of recollection and fogginess of the whole head, during reading; he had to stop in reading and knew not where he was.

Stupefying, pressive pain in the whole body, in the morning, after rising from bed, as if he had not slept enough, or had been spreeing at night (aft. 24 h.).

Painful feeling of fullness in the forehead, with throbbing in the temples.

Great heaviness of the head, with violent jerks in both temples, and painfulness of the whole head in stooping, passing off on raising the head (aft. 9 ½ h.).

Headache from heaviness, after some stooping, when standing, with pressure in the whole forehead, outward, especially over the left eye (aft. 5 ½ h.).

Pressive, squeezing pain in the whole head, especially in the two temples (aft. 9 h.).

Severe pressive pain in the crown wakes him every morning at 5 o'clock, and then passes off in an hour.

Pressive headache, chiefly in the forehead, increased in the open air.

Pressive pain in the forehead, as if it was quite thick there.

Pressive headache in the forehead, especially over the left eyebrow, on walking in the open air.

Pressive headache in the right protuberance of the forehead, extending to the right eye and compelling this to close involuntarily (aft. 1 ½ h.).

Pressive pain, suddenly darting through the occiput, disappearing only gradually.

Pain pressing outward in the left temporal region and the whole left side of the head, as also in the right side of the occiput.

Violent, almost lancinating pain, pressing outward in the region of the crown, on stooping (aft. 14 d.).

Painful straining outward in the whole head, with sensation as if the brain was pressed together (aft. 15 d.).

Compressive, pinching headache on the left side.

Tensive, sharp pain in the forehead.

Cramp-like pain, drawing from the forehead toward the vertex (after a cold) (aft. 6 d.).

Cramp-like pain in the right temple (aft. 6 h.).

Cramp-like pain in the left temple (aft. 8, 14 h.).

Pinching pain in the forehead.

Pinching, drawing pain in the left temple, toward the parietal bone, with heat in the face.

Drawing pain in all the right side of the head, in the zygoma and the jaw (4th d.).

Drawing pain in the right side of the forehead, above the eye and in the occiput, on straining the mind (aft. 2 d.).

Drawing pain in the upper part of the head.

Almost constant drawing pain under the crown of the head.

Drawing pain under the crown and in the temples, seeming to come up from the back.

Headache, drawing up from the nape of the neck.

Drawing pain in the occiput, always toward the side to which he moves his head; passing away on sneezing (aft. 12 d.).

Drawing and pressive headache in the region of the left eyebrow, or in the temporal bone.

Pressive, drawing headache in the right temporal muscle, also in the evening; at times with pressure on the upper row of the teeth; by pressure on the temple, the pain is changed into a pressive headache in the forehead.

Drawing, pressive headache in the left side of the occiput, with sensation of stiffness in the nape.

Drawing, pressive, at times also tearing headache, now in the forehead, now in the occiput, now in the temples, passing of on pressure, and on exerting the thoughts, it vanishes (aft. 3 d.).

Tearing pain, the whole day, in the temples, in the bones of the orbit, and in the cheek, which swells up thick.

Cutting pain in the occiput and in the forehead, as if something sharp were being pushed in, aggravated by walking and by pressure of the hand upon the part (aft. 5 d.).

Stitching pains in the brain, with sensation of emptiness in the head, for three days (aft. 28 d.).

Lancinating headache, outward from the eyes (the first days).

Lancinating headache on the right side, extending into the eye.

Stinging headache in the one-half of the forehead, improved while lying down.

Lancinating headache on the left side, over the temple (aft. 2 d.).

Boring, stitching pain in the left side of the forehead, when sitting, passing off at once when going, or standing, and on being touched (aft. 12 h.).

Boring pain in the middle part of the forehead, extending into the brain (aft. 3 h.).

Cramp-like, jerking pain in the right temple.

Throbbing headache in the middle of the brain, every morning and continuing all day.

Concussion in the brain, on violent motion, with dull tearing pain (12th d.).

Painful concussion in the brain, especially in the right side of the occiput, at a slight shaking of the head, and at every step.

In the left parietal bone, a sudden pain, as if the bone were cut to pieces, with a shudder over the whole body.

Several places of the head pain on touching (aft. 14 d.).

The whole skin of the head painfully sensitive on moving the frontal muscles to and fro (aft. 1 ½ h.).

Pain on the head, as if the skin was detached, down to the nape of the neck.

Great tendency of the head to catch cold and from it a headache, as if a board lay on the head, with straining pain in it and chilliness of the body (aft. 6 d.).

Painless tumor on the right side of the head (aft. 15 d.).

Scalp

Itching on the hairy scalp.

Itching of the hairy scalp on taking a walk in the open air.

Tickling itching of the hairy scalp compelling to scratch, with painfulness to the touch of the roots of the hair.

Crawling and itching on the hairy scalp, not removed by rubbing (aft. 10 h.).

Burning itching on the hairy scalp (aft. 13 d.).

Burning itching as from nettles, with severe crawling on the hairy scalp, and on the lower part of the face, in the evening before going to sleep.

The scalp on the vertex becomes scaly.

Eruption on the hairy scalp, with swelling of the cervical glands.

Thin, moist porrigo on the hairy scalp (aft. 12 d.).

A furuncle on the forehead, where the hair begins (the first days).

The hair of the head comes out, when she combs it.

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