Sanguinaria Nitrica - Eyes symptomsSanguinarinum Nitricum, Sanguin, Sanguinar, Sanguinarina Nitrica, Sanguinaria, Sang-n.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sanguinaria Nitrica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Redness of the eyes, in the morning (eighteenth day),
Staring and protuberance of the eyes,
The eyes are sunken, dull, and burning, with slight injection of the bloodvessels (seventeenth day),
Dimness of the eyes, in the afternoon, with a feeling as if there were hairs in them,
At first dryness and violent burning in the eyes, with difficulty in opening the lids, then copious lachrymation with burning, as from hot tears, in the evening (fourth day),
Burning dryness in the eyes (third day),
Burning dryness in the eyes wakes her from sleep (fourth day),
Eyes feel very weak and lids smart on closing them tightly, and tears start if opened to the ordinary light of day; eyeballs tender to the touch (third morning),
Sensation as of acid fumes in the eyes,
Pressive pain in the left eye,
Pain in the right eye,
A pain suddenly shoots into the inner corner of the right eye and thence to the forehead,
Pain over the eyes (twelfth day),
Dull pain directly over the eyes (after seventy-five minutes),
Stitches in the upper lid,
Profuse lachrymation of the right eye, which is especially painful to touch, soon followed by fluent coryza, with flow of clear water from the right nostril; afterwards, in the evening, two diarrhoea-like stools, followed by cessation of all symptoms (after five hours),
Profuse lachrymation of the right eye, that is painful to touch, followed by coryza,
Lachrymation, with burning in the eyes,
Both eyeballs very sore, with frequent sharp piercing pain darting through them, with dimness of sight (after three hours, second day),
Right eyeball very painful, especially on attempting to roll it outward or upward, in the afternoon (second day),
Eyeballs very painful to move in any direction (fourth day),
Eyeballs very tender to touch (fourth day),
Dilatation of the pupils,
Pupils dilated more than usual (after forty-five minutes),
Great dilatation of the pupils, the strongest light of the sun was utterly incapable of producing the least contraction or giving the least uneasiness,
Neuralgia in and over l. eye.
Burning and watering of r. eye, which is painful to the touch, followed by coryza.
Acute conjunctivitis with ecchymoses, tending to trachoma.
Burning dryness in eyes; followed by copious lachrymation.
Retinal congestion with flushed face and congestive headache.
Yellow sclerotica, jaundice.
Catarrhal ophthalmia, granular lids.
Redness of eyes in morning.
Hard swelling like scirrhus over eyebrows.
Dim eyes, with sensation as if hairs were in them.
Pain in eyeballs on moving them.
Balls sore, with darting through them and dim vision.
Violent twittering before eyes.
Vapour or cloud before eyes.
Sight dim, and requires considerable effort and rubbing of the eyes to see anything distinctly, a feeling something like snow-blindness, in the afternoon (second day),
Vision somewhat affected (after forty-five minutes),
Dimness of vision,
Very violent twittering before the eyes,
Sensation of a dark cloud immediately over the eyes,
Vapor before the eyes (sixth day),
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