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Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum - Fever And Chill symptoms - Hahnemann

Hahnemann's Calcium Sulphide, Hepar, Hepar sulph, Hepar Sulfuris Calcareum, Hepar sulfur, Hepar Sulf, Hep Sulf, Hepar Sulph Calc Hep.


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HPUS indication of Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum: Croupiness

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


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FEVER AND CHILL

Fever and chill

Chilliness of the arms and legs, in the morning.

Chilliness; she seeks the warmth of the stove.

Chilliness, with frequent nausea and sensitiveness to the open air.

Chilliness in the open air; a disagreeable, painful sensation presses her quite down, so that she has to walk stooping forward.

Rigor.

Frequent shivering, extending up to the hairy scalp, where the hairs felt painful.

Rigor for an hour (aft. 10 min.).

Every evening, about six or seven o'clock, a severe chill, not followed by heat.

In the evening, at eight o'clock, severe chill, with chattering of the teeth, for a quarter of an hour, with coldness of the hands and feet, then heat with sweat, especially on the chest and forehead, with slight thirst.

He awakes at 2 A.M. with a febrile rigor and hot, dry skin; from time to time a shivering ague, from the nape down the back and over the chest; then some sleep, from which he awakes in a gentle perspiration, with a pressive pain in the back, as also in and beside the hips and in the abdomen, with inclination to vomit.

In the evening, at six o'clock, fever, languor, weariness, slow pulse, chill (aft. 30 h.).

Nocturnal febrile rigor, so that he cannot get warm, not followed by heat.

During nocturnal febrile rigor, the pains present are aggravated.

Chilliness in the back, with redness of the cheeks, insomnia, while the larynx is much affected; hoarse, tired voice, anguish, apprehensiveness, extreme excitability and emaciation, as in a hectic fever.

Fever; now chills, now heat with photophobia.

Fever in the morning; first a bitter taste in the mouth, then after some hours a chill with thirst; and after an hour, much heat with interrupted sleep; all of this recurred twice more during the same day.

Burning fever heat, with almost unquenchable thirst, tormenting headache, and low, delirious talk from 4 P.M. onward through the night, for three successive evenings.

At night, dry heat of the body, with perspiration on the hands, which do not bear to be uncovered.

Fever, with severe, oft-repeated vomiting of green, excessively acrid water, and tenacious mucus, with constant nausea.

Perspiration frequently runs all over the body, only transiently and without heat.

He perspires very readily during every, even slight, movement.

Profuse sweat, day and night.

He even perspires, if he only writes a few lines.

At night, sweat from midnight onward, then a chill while still in bed, and after rising; every morning.

Night-sweat.

Night-sweat about midnight, especially on the back.

Night-sweat, immediately on lying down, especially on the head, so that beads of sweat stood on the face.

Night-sweat, before midnight.

Night-sweat on the whole body, while awake.

At night, profuse sweat, most of the night, or at least constant exhalation.

Sweat in bed, after midnight.

In the morning, profuse sweat all over the body.

In the morning, profuse, continued sweat only on the head.

Disagreeably smelling, continued exhalation of the body.

Sour smelling, profuse sweat, at night.

Clammy, profuse sweat at night.

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