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Scrophularia Nodosa - Head symptoms

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HPUS indication of Scrophularia Nodosa: Colic

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

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HEAD

Heaviness and dulness in the head, as after eating too much,

Slight pressure in the forehead, at 7 A.M.,

Eczema behind ear

Crusta lactea.

Heaviness and distress in head, as after eating too much.

Headache

On rising the second morning an indescribable pain and fulness in all the head, followed by epistaxis, principally in the occiput and vertex, causing a congested state of the conjunctiva, with puffiness,

Darting pain at the exit of the facial nerve, from the hylo-mastoid foramen of the right side, darting to the right eye,

Headache above the eyebrows, while walking (after three hours),

Frontal headache in the morning,

A severe headache through the temples, appearing every morning, extending to the vertex and occiput,

Pain in the left temple,

Severe lancinating pain in the vertex, forehead, and temples; dull and throbbing, returning periodically; worse on resting, or being in the open air, also when leaning forwards, or applying oneself to study,

On rising the second morning an indescribable pain and fulness in whole head, followed by epistaxis, esp. occiput and vertex, causing congestion of conjunctiva with puffiness.

Darting pain at exit of r. facial nerve from hylo-mastoid foramen, darting to r. eye.

Headache above eyebrows while walking.

Severe headache through temples, appearing every morning, extending to vertex and occiput.

Severe lancinating pain in vertex, forehead, and temples; dull and throbbing, returning periodically; agg. resting; agg. in open air; agg. leaning forward; agg. by study.

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