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Magnesia Carbonica - Ears symptoms - Hahnemann

Carbonate Of Magnesia, Mag Carb, Mag c, Mag. Carb, Magnesium carbonicum, Mag-c.


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HPUS indication of Magnesia Carbonica: Sensitive to touch

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


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EARS

Ear

Tearing in the ears, with tearing in the left molars, and in other places, every moment elsewhere.

Dull boring in the right ear.

Painful boring and shooting into the left ear.

Constant tickling in the right ear, in the evening.

Burning in the right ear, like fire, but brief.

Painful tearing in the whole of the left concha, in the evening, and in the forenoon the tearing is in the right one.

Violent shooting before the left ear.

Painful dull stitch behind the right ear, ending with tension, which ceases only transiently by pressing on it.

Sore pain behind the right lobule of the ear, when pressing on it (7th d.).

Redness and inflammation of the right external meatus auditorius, for three days, with pain as if from an ulcer, and long-remaining sensibility to pressure.

Great sensitiveness to noise, even so as to be startled by it.

Hearing

Ringing of the ears (aft. 20 d.).

Ringing in the right ear, after dinner.

Tinkling and ringing of a Belladonna bell in the left ear.

Ringing of a Belladonna bell in the left ear, in the morning, in bed, and then painfulness of the whole ear when touched.

Loud ringing in the right ear, after dinner.

Buzzing before the ear, alternating as it were, with whistling.

Buzzing in the right ear.

Buzzing and ringing in the left ear, like a tempest, with diminution of the hearing.

Roaring before the ear, so loud that she could not stay in bed for it, she had to sit up, and finally to rise (aft. 9 d.).

Buzzing, fluttering and humming in the right ear, with hardness of hearing.

Fluttering in front of the right ear, as from a bird.

Fluttering before the right ear in the evening.

Rushing as of water in the right ear, in the evening (25th d.).

Buzzing in the right ear, with diminution of the hearing, and a sort of intoxication in the open air, so that she did not understand what she was asked; worse in the room (29th d.).

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