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Nux Vomica - Fever And Chill symptoms

Poison-nut, Nux, Nux vom, Colubrina Nux-v.


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HPUS indication of Nux Vomica: Vomiting

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

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FEVER AND CHILL

Fever and chill

Cold stage predominates

Paroxysms anticipate in morning

Excessive rigor, with Blueness of finger-nails

Aching in limbs and back, and gastric symptoms

Chilly, Must be covered in every stage of fever

Perspiration sour; only one side of body

Chilliness on being uncovered, yet he does not allow being covered

Dry heat of the body.

Morning

Morning

in bed

during period, after faintness

after rising

if uncovered

Late morning

Afternoon

after dinner

following heat

with sweat and heat at 5 p.m.

lasting 4 hours

Evening

before falling asleep

in bed

continuing all night

after eating

after lying down

during movement

not relieved by external warmth

Night

In parts affected with other symptoms

In the open air

while walking

Open air; walking in the open air

On going into the cold air

From the least draft of air

From excessive alcohol

Alternating with sweat

Autumn

In bed

rising from bed

when turning over in bed

Bed

Beginning in particular area

back

chest

feet

fingers

hands

Chilliness (see also whole body

temperature)

temperature); morning; after rising

temperature); after excessive caffeine (coffee, energy drinks, pep pills)

temperature); after eating

temperature); before period

temperature); during period

temperature); with perspiration

temperature); slightest movement of the bed-clothes

From coughing

Drinking

When drinking

the chill increases and causes vomiting

warm drinks are tolerated

After eating

From emotions

after anger

from fright

after stress

From environment

from living near water (rivers, lakes, etc.)

malarial influences

swamps

After exertion

External

in spots

When heated, overheated

Icy coldness of the body

Internal

night

While lying down

Lying down

In women

before period

during period

after period

After mental exertion

During movement

After movement

Movement

Periodic, recurring

attacks recurring earlier each time

attacks recurring earlier each time; every other day

one hour earlier

recurring daily

recurring every third day

every fourth day

every twenty-eighth day

irregular

Dangerously cold

With perspiration

With fever, but chill predominating

morning

On rising up

Shaking, shivering, rigors

morning

rising

late morning

afternoon; slightest contact with open air

afternoon; with coldness and blue nails for 4 hours, followed by heat without subsequent sweat

night; in the open air

on drinking

long-lasting (see succession of stages, fever)

not relieved by anything

with perspiration

with cold and blue skin

Sides, one-sided

right

Single parts

Sitting

After sleep

Stormy weather

At certain time of day or night

from 4 a.m. to 5 a.m.

from 6 a.m.

from 6 to 9 a.m.

from 7 a.m.

from 10 a.m.; to 11 a.m.

from 11 a.m.

from 12 a.m.

from 3 p.m.

from 4 p.m.

from 5 p.m.

from 6 p.m.

from 7 p.m.

from 8 p.m.

from 9 p.m.

Touch

Trembling and shivering

When uncovering, undressing

Before urination

During urination

Violent chill

with delirium

with unconsciousness

with bluish, cold face and hands, mottled skin

On waking

Warmth

warm room

external warmth

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

Desire for warmth, which does not relieve

Sensation of cold water; dashed over him

Morning

Morning

in bed

after walking in open air

Late morning

Afternoon

Evening

6 p.m.

Night

dry burning heat

with perspiration

midnight

Open air

Alternating with chills

perspiration

Attack brought on by anger

Anticipating

Autumn

Bed (see night and warmth)

In bed (see night and warmth)

Localised

cerebro-spinal fever

stomach (gastric fever)

upper body

Burning heat

morning

late morning

afternoon

evening

night

Attacks changing; after poisoning by quinine

Fever without chill

late morning

afternoon

evening

6 p.m.

6 p.m.

lasting all night

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

7 p.m.

night

midnight

With chill

heat and perspiration

With chilliness; from putting the hands out of bed

After sexual intercourse

Continued fever

afternoon

evening

night

before midnight

after midnight

dazed from fever

Coughing increases the heat

Shivering from drinking cold water

Drinking wine

Dry heat

night

after sexual intercourse

While eating

After eating

From exertion

External heat

with chilliness

Hectic fever

Infectious fevers

Inflammatory fever

Intense heat

with delirium

Intermittent, chronic

masked

damaging

Internal heat

with coldness of single parts

Irregular stages

Fever from irritation

Long lasting heat

After mental exertion

Movement

Movement brings on chilliness

Comes on suddenly

increasing in severity

irregular

No perspiration

Perspiration with heat

Remittent

afternoon

evening

night

infantile

With shivering

alternating with heat

and perspiration with heat

from drinking

from movement

from uncovering

Shuddering; with the heat

One-sided

right

left

While sitting

After sleep

After stool

Stages of chill, heat and sweat

chill followed by heat

chill followed by heat, then sweat

chill followed by heat, with sweat

chill then sweat, without intervening heat

heat followed by chill

heat alternating with chill, then with sweat

sweat, alternating with chilliness

sweat followed by chill

chill then sweat

with heat

chill, then sweat with heat

Uncovering

Aversion to uncovering

Chilliness from uncovering

uncovering during any stage of attack

Heat from stress

During vomiting

When walking in open air

Warmth; covering

In women

during period

from childbirth

Yellow fever

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