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Phosphoricum Acidum - Eyes symptoms - Hahnemann

Phosphoric Acid, Phos acid, Acid Phos, Phos ac, Phos-ac, Phosph-ac, Phos. ac, Acidum phosphoricum Ph-ac.


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HPUS indication of Phosphoricum Acidum: Headache

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


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EYES

Eyes

The eyelids are heavy as if they would close.

The eyes are painful in the morning on opening them, she can not keep them open long.

Sudden pain in the left eye, as if a grain of sand were pressing there, or as if there was a pimple on it.

Pressure on the left lower eyelid.

Pressure on the right eyelid and feeling of heaviness therein.

Constant pressure on the eyes, as when looking too long at an object, compelling him to close the eyes.

Pressure of the eyes, as if they were too large, with immovability of the same, as if he had not slept enough, with dullness in the head.

Pressure below the lower left eyelid, increased by pressing upon it, and then at once going off.

Pressure in both eyes, toward the posterior parts.

Pressive squeezing in the upper margin of the left orbit.

Pain as if the eyeballs were being violently pressed together and squeezed into the head.

Sensation as if the eyes were being pressed out, and thence frequent winking.

Itching in the eye.

Itching and pressure in the eye.

Drawing shooting through the eyelids, from one canthus to the other, with sharp stitches in the canthi and in the circumference of the orbits.

Dull pain, now shooting, now burning, pressed the right eyeball toward the outer canthus, then there seemed to be before the eye a long surface of snow, on which fiery points fell down, and later a plane all on fire on which glittering white points fell down.

Rapid, as it were, electrical stitches below the right eyelid; he had to close his eyes.

Sharp shooting in the thin bony wall of the orbit, toward the root of the nose.

Sensible coldness of the inner edges of the eyelids on closing the eyes.

Burning in the eyes, with scalding tears.

Sudden burning in the left eye.

Burning and pressure in the eyes; she cannot look into the light in the evening.

Burning in the eyelids all day long, and burning itching in the inner canthus.

Burning beneath the upper eyelid.

Burning in the inner canthus, mostly in the afternoon, as if too much light and air pressed in; it is diminished by pressing the eyes shut.

Smarting burning in the eyes, especially in the evening, by candle-light.

Inflammation of the eyes and a stye in the upper lid.

Swelling and redness in the lower eyelids.

Swelling of the lower eyelids and below the lids.

Lachrymation of both the eyes.

Smarting water runs from both of his eyes (aft. sev. h.).

Dry pus on the lids, in the morning, with erosion of both eyes on cleansing them.

The eyes are closed by suppuration.

A yellow spot in the white of the eye, toward the inner canthus, but more toward the cornea, attended with dimness of vision, which goes off on dilating the pupil by holding the hand before the eye.

Both eyes look glassy, with almost spontaneous mobility of the eyeballs, most of all in looking straight before him.

Languid, glassy eyes.

Lustreless eyes.

Languid, sunken eyes.

Twitching of the lower eyelid, toward the inner canthus (aft. 9 h.).

Staring look.

At first dilatation, then contraction of the pupils for 16 hours (aft. 1h.).

Contracted pupils for several days (aft. ½ h.).

Contracted pupils, without change in the visual power. (aft. ¾ h.).

Dilated pupils for 6 hours (aft. 3 h.).

Dilatation of the pupils (aft. 1 h.).

Enormous dilatation of the right pupil, the more in proportion as the eyes are strained, and even after seven days, it was tour times larger than the left pupil (at once).

Strongly dilated pupils (aft. 8 ½ h.).

Vision

He can see better at a distance (curative effect in a short-sighted person).

Increased short-sightedness.

Everything beyond six steps is with him enveloped in mist.

Dimness of the eyes, with quivering before them and pressure in the inner canthus when she looks long at one place; on rubbing them, tears come and the dimness passes off.

Weakness of the eyes, more in the forenoon than in the afternoon; distant objects seemed enveloped in fog, and only became plainer on looking more attentively; every near object at all bright, dazzled him, and caused a pressure in the eyes; so also when he suddenly came into the dark.

Black streak before the eyes; wiping them is of no avail; she feels as if she ought to be able with bowed head to look beyond the forehead above.

Flickering before the eyes, while reading by candle-light.

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