Folliculinum

Ovarian Follicle, Foliculinum
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Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Folliculinum may help, unprocessed Folliculinum may be best avoided.

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

  GENERAL

Homeopathic

HOMEOPATHIC -- Worse before menses. Pre-menstrual syndrome. Pre-menstrual migraines. Weight gain without excessive eating, worse before menses or during ovulation. Frequent ecchymosis, bruises very easily. Acne on the face and seborrhea of the nostrils. Hypersensitive to heat, noise and contact. Congestive headaches, either with redness of the face or the opposite with pallor, but still with the sensation of chilliness at the limbs.

Clinical

CLINICAL - Acne. Backache. Cystitis. Headaches. Mastitis. Migraines. Pre-menstrual syndrome. Seborrhea.

Pharmacy

PHARMACY - Foll. Folliculinum. Trituration. Historical dose: All potencies. Planets: Moon, Venus.

  MODALITIES ETC

Modalities etc

Modalities - Ameliorated after the third day of menses with movement. Better fresh air. Folliculin shows aggravation before menses. Worse during ovulation from heat and from resting. Worse before menses.

  RELATIONSHIPS

Relationships

RELATIONS - (1) The closest remedy is Lach. Like this remedy, it has: Alternating excitability and depression, extreme sensitivity to contact, amelioration by menstrual flow. But, unlike Lachesis, we do not find: Laterality or aggravation from sleep, but, on the contrary, aggravation during ovulation. (2) Sepia, Lac-c., Puls., Kali-c.

  MIND

Mind

MIND - Alternation of excitability and depression, worse before menses. Extreme instability with anguish, worse at nightfall. Sexual hyper-excitability. Fixed ideas of a sexual nature. Irritable and sensitive before the menses.

  NOSE

Nose

Nose - Coryza with headache and profuse discharge. Hay fever.

  THROAT

Throat

Throat - Swallowing of liquids very painful. Cannot bear pressure on the pharynx.

  CHEST

Breasts

Breasts - Breasts enormous, swollen, cannot bear being constricted or touched. The pain is ameliorated or disappears with menses. Congestive mastitis.

Lungs

Lungs - Need for fresh air. Takes large breaths of air and sighs deeply. Fitful cough, worse when in company with sensation of constriction around the heart.

Heart

Heart - Tachycardia. Palpitations with faintness. Sensation of constriction around the heart with feeling of a bar in the precordial region, spreading to the left arm.

  SKIN

Skin

Skin - Acne on the face and seborrhea of the nostrils. Dry eczema, worse during ovulation, before menses. Dry eruption at the limbs of the fingers with splitting and chapping of the skin. Alopecia in women. Swelling with edema of the conjunctiva tissue.

  BACK AND NECK

Back and neck

Back - Lumbar pains, worse during ovulation. Backache before menses.

  ABDOMEN

Abdomen

Abdomen - Abdominal meteorism, worse three or four days before menses. Liver swollen, soft and hypertrophic.

Stomach - Indigestion. Nausea with vomiting. Pre-menstrual pain in the right hypochondrium.

  RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Rectum

Rectum - Feeling of heaviness in the rectum. Chronic constipation, sometimes alternation of constipation and diarrhea.

  GENITALS ETC

Bladder

Bladder - Recurring cystitis in women.

Female

Female - Vulvar pruritus, worse before menses. Small losses of blood during ovulation. Menses prolonged, blood bright red with clotting. Menses painful for the first few days. Yellow or brownish discharge, sometimes blood streaked, between menses, especially during ovulation. Uterus is fibrous with metrorrhagia. Congestion, pre-menstrual pains.

  APPENDIX

History

HISTORY - A female remedy, affecting primarily the female hormonal system. Folliculin in a homeopathic dilution could be indicated in pre-menstrual syndrome, as well as for all the functional symptoms present in a patient. Folliculin in low potencies of 3x and 4c is an arouser to be given in cases of amenorrhea and insufficient menstruation. In 7c, it is a regulator. In 9c, it is a restrainer and a dose should be given either towards the tenth day of the cycle, when the pains predominate on the 14th day or 5 days before the beginning of menstruation, when the discomforts are predominant before the arrival of menses.

Sources

SOURCES - Julian.