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Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum - Head 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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HEAD

Stupefaction and heaviness in the sinciput.

Pressure in the right half of the brain, now sharper, then again duller, from time to time.

Sensation of severe heat in the forehead.

Pressure and drawing in the temples by day.

Stitches in the head and severe sensation of obtuseness as if the skull would burst; it wakes him up at night.

On rising up again after stooping, and on every movement, stitches in the head, particularly after taking a walk.

Painful beating in the right temple.

Hammering in the head.

Swashing in the head.

In the afternoon, on lying down, a spasmodic twitching in the frontal muscles; it only went off on getting up.

Eruption of many pimples on the side of the forehead, which feel worst in the room, but which soon get better in the open air.

Headache

Dull headache, in the morning, in bed, diminished after rising.

Headache in the forehead, as if bruised, in the morning, on awaking; this lasts till some time after rising; at the same time a similar quiet but very disagreeable aching in the abdomen; the headache is aggravated by moving the eyes.

From midnight onwards, while in bed, headache, as from a boil in the forehead; when stooping and coughing, pricking as from needles; also externally when touched, the forehead was painful as from a furuncle and like needle-pricks; for several mornings.

Pressive headache in the morning, on awaking.

Pressive pain, with heat on the crown.

Pressive pain in the crown, with palpitation, in the evening (3d d.).

Constant pressive pain in one-half of the brain, as from a peg or nail.

Tensive headache, above the nose.

Contractive headache, also resounding while walking, and pressing on the skull from within; this becomes very violent in the open air, but passes away in the room.

At night, violent headache, as if the forehead would be torn out, with general heat without thirst.

Stitches in the head when stooping, with a sensation as if the head would burst; the eyes close from pain.

After a deep sleep, in the morning, a shooting headache, which goes off on taking a walk (4th d.).

Shooting headache.

Shooting headache in the forehead, as from needle-pricks.

Shooting pain, like pulsation, in the occiput and in its lower part.

A boring pain on a small spot in the side of the head.

Boring pain in the right temple, extending into the upper part of the head.

Burrowing headache with nausea, at once while in bed, for four mornings in succession; it goes off by tying a bandage tightly around the head.

Externally on the right side of the occiput, a pressive pain, which gradually passes into the nape, the neck and the scapulae.

Two painless swollen elevations on the forehead.

Scalp

Eruption of pimples, like blotches, on the hairy scalp and in the nape, which feel sore when touched, but not when let alone.

The forehead is painful from the hair.

The hair falls out very much (aft. 5 d.).

The hair falls out and bald spots are formed on several parts of the head.

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