Calcarea Carbonica - Fever And Chill symptoms

Carbonate Of Lime, Calc carb, Calcarea, Calcarea Carbonicum, Calc c, Calcium carbonicum, Calcarea Carbonica Ostrearum, Calcarea Carbonica Hahn.

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HPUS indication of Calcarea Carbonica: Overwork
Calcarea Carbonica

Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Calcarea Carbonica may help, unprocessed Calc Carb may be best avoided.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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FEVER AND CHILL

Fever and chill

Chill at 2 p.m

Begins internally in stomach region

fever with sweat

Chilliness and heat

Partial sweats

Night sweats, especially on head, neck and chest

Hectic fever

Heat at night during menstruation, with restless sleep

Sweat over head in children, so that pillow becomes wet.

Morning

Morning; after rising

Late morning

Evening

on falling asleep

in bed

after eating

without subsequent heat

undressing

not relieved by external warmth

In the open air

On going into the cold air

From the least draft of air

Alternating with sweat

Running upwards

Bathing (see water)

In bed

rising from bed

Beginning in particular area; abdomen and extending from abdomen

face

feet

pit of stomach

Chilliness (see also whole body; temperature)

temperature); evening

sensation of hair standing on end

temperature); after eating

temperature); sensation of hair standing on end

temperature); before period

temperature); during period

temperature); with perspiration

temperature); slightest movement of the bed-clothes

Cold damp weather

From coughing

Creeping

afternoon

evening

Drinking

After eating

From emotions; from sad news

From environment; from living near water (rivers, lakes, etc.)

during rains

sleeping in damp rooms

standing in water

from becoming wet

when over-heated

working in clay

working in water

After epilepsy

After excitement

After exposure

cold bathing, too frequent

to a draft

External

evening

with sensation as if the hair were standing on end

Without subsequent heat

Icy coldness of the body

Internal

In women; before period

during period

Periodic, recurring; recurring daily

recurring every third day

every fourteenth day

With perspiration

Shaking, shivering, rigors

night

in the open air

on drinking

with hair standing on end

Single parts

During sleep

After sleep

During stool

At certain time of day or night; from 11 a.m.

from 11 a.m.; one day, 4 p.m. next

from 2 p.m.

from 3 p.m.

from 7 p.m.

from 7-30 p.m.

Trembling and shivering

When uncovering, undressing

After urination

On waking

In warmth; in warm room; not relieved in warm room, nor by a warm heater

in warm weather

Desire for warmth, which does not relieve

From getting wet

when overheated

From working in water

Morning

Morning; after breakfast

after rising

Late morning

alternating with chill

Afternoon

alternating with chill

Evening

in bed; with sweat

6 p.m.; to 8 p.m.

Night

with anxiety and sweat

dry burning heat

with perspiration

Alternating with chills

afternoon

perspiration

Autumn

In bed (see night and warmth)

after getting out of bed

Fever without chill

morning

late morning

11 a.m.

afternoon

evening

6 p.m.

6 p.m.; to 7 p.m.

7 p.m.

night

11 p.m.

With chill

With chilliness

With external coldness

Continued fever

with skin out-break

Drinking

Drinking water

Dry heat

morning

night

After eating

after breakfast

Fever with skin out-break; scarlet fever

External heat

with chilliness

Hectic fever

Intermittent, chronic

damaging

Internal heat

burning; in the blood vessels

with external chill

Comes on suddenly

morning; 11 a.m.

afternoon

evening

No perspiration

Perspiration with heat

Relapsing

With shivering

alternating with heat

from uncovering

Heat comes on during sleep

Heat comes on after sleep

Before stool

Stages of chill, heat and sweat; chill followed by heat

heat followed by chill

heat alternating with chill, then with sweat

external coldness, then chill, then heat

sweat, alternating with chilliness

chill followed by sweat, then heat

Summer, hot season

Aversion to uncovering

Chilliness from uncovering

Desire to uncover

Warmth; covering

Winter

In women; before period

during period

Yellow fever

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