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Magnesia Carbonica - Fever And Chill symptoms - Hahnemann

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

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


Fever and chill

Chill, from morning till evening, for four days (aft. 60 d.).

Shaking chill at 9 P.M., even in bed she could not get warm for an hour (2d d.).

Chill in bed at 7 P.M. for two hours.

Shaking chill, at 8 P.M. without any sensible external cold, commencing with the feet, it ceases in bed; next morning, sweat (2d d.).

Chill, after a long foot-tour; it lasts all night, and even in the morning by the stove (43d d.).

A chill down the back, every afternoon from 4 o'clock till going to sleep.

Feverish shiver down the back, every forenoon at 9 o'clock, with some nausea, without any subsequent heat.

Shiver at 10 P.M. in bed, for a quarter of an hour, without any subsequent heat, sweat or thirst.

Coldness in the evening, and shaking chill, continuing for some time even in bed.

Sensation of cold in the evening, when undressing; it goes off in bed.

Sensation of cold, in the evening, before lying down; it goes off in bed.

Coldness, in the evening in bed, for a quarter of an hour, as from having icy cold water poured over him.

After dinner, thirst; later, a chill; in the evening, burning heat of the face, with cold feet and great excitement of spirit.

Sense of warmth, with perspiration on the head, at noon till 2 o'clock.

Sensation of warmth thrills through the whole body.

In the forenoon, frequently a transient sensation of heat in the body, without perspiration or thirst.

Increased sense of warmness, in the morning after rising, till toward noon.

At night, increased warmth in the body, without perspiration (aft. 48 h.).

Night-sweat, unusually profuse (aft. 48 h.).

Morning-sweat (aft. 12 d.).

Sweat toward morning for five days (aft. 48 d.).

In the evening, when going to sleep, the child perspires.

Fetid night-sweat.

Sour smelling, greasy sweat, which is difficult to wash from linen, the whole night.

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