Stannum Iodatum - Fever And Chill symptomsStann. Iod, Stannum, Stann-i.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Stannum Iodatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
In the morning on awaking, pain and heat in the head.
Shivering only in the left arm, causing it to jerk.
Shivering in the evening, only in the left foot, extending half way up into the thigh.
Shivering, for several forenoons at ten o'clock, with coldness of the hands, dying off of the fingers, and insensibility in the finger tips.
With slight sensation of cold and moderate shivering, goose-skin over the arms and continuous chattering of the teeth, like a convulsion of the masseter muscles.
Chilliness all over the body, for half an hour.
Quickly transient chilliness, especially along the back.
Sensation of heat, especially internally.
Great heat in the head, with hot forehead, also at times with redness of face, with a general, though slight heat of the body, worse in the evening, with much thirst, for five evenings in succession (aft. 5 d.).
Sensation of heat all over the body, especially on the thighs and the back.
Severe heat all over the body, especially on the chest and the back, with a sensation as if hot sweat was running down without externally sensible heat.
Anxious heat, as if sweat would break out, seizes him in paroxysms.
Anxious heat and sweat break out continually, even at the slightest motion.
Hot sweat all over the body and complete exhaustion, even from slight exercise.
Heat and perspiration all over the body, in the afternoon (form four to five o'clock), followed by chilliness; during and after the heat, thirst, which returns for several afternoons at the same hour.
Profuse night-sweat, for two nights (aft. 48 h.).
Every morning after four o'clock, profuse perspiration.
Morning-sweat, chiefly on the neck, in the nape and on the forehead.
Shivering and shuddering in morning, with coldness in hands, and numbness of points of fingers.
Chill every forenoon (10 a.m.).
Slight chilliness with violent chattering of teeth.
Shivering in evening, which runs over back (preceded by heat with perspiration); or only in head, with thirst.
Burning heat in limbs, esp. in hands.
Sensation of anxious heat, on least movement.
Heat every afternoon (4 to 5), with perspiration at the same time.
Perspiration smells mouldy.
Debilitating perspiration from least exertion.
Very debilitating perspiration at night.
Profuse perspiration in morning.≡ more ...