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Phosphorus - Fever And Chill symptoms - Hahnemann

Phosphurus, Phosphorous, Phosphor, Phosphur, Phosph Phos.


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HPUS indication of Phosphorus: Hoarseness
Common symptoms: Hoarseness, Apprehension, Bruises, Burns, Fear.

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


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FEVER AND CHILL

Fever and chill

Sensation of coolness all over the body.

Imperceptible shaking chill all over the body, even by the warm stove.

Coldness of the hands, even while they are warm, red and the veins distended.

Chill in the evening about 6 o'clock, and going to sleep for weariness; toward midnight, awaking from heavy dreams, with copious, general perspiration.

Coldness of the limbs.

Shudder, repeated with yawning and occasionally with goose-skin on the arms.

Slight shudder, with heat alternately on the head and hands (aft. 3 h.).

Shudder with pains in the head and the stomach (aft. 3 h.).

Always more shuddering, than warmth; the latter is only brief, the shuddering cannot be removed by the warmth of the stove (aft. 3 h.).

A slight shudder at 7 P.M.

Shuddering all over the body, without chill.

Shuddering chill over the back.

By day, a chill runs up the back.

Repeated chill, the first days.

Chilliness, in the evening, when going to sleep.

Chill, several evenings, after going to bed.

Chilliness in the evening, with anxiety.

Chill, every evening, with shuddering, without thirst, but with dryness in the throat.

Chill and shuddering, with lack of appetite, without any following heat.

Coldness, every afternoon, and lassitude for several days.

Chill lasting two hours, in the morning, with yawning, without any heat following.

Severe shaking chill; the following night, perspiration, the preceding day, great restlessness, for two days (9th d.).

Violent shuddering chill, it ran cold over his back, he had to lie down and cover up, when he became warm only slowly, and when he stretched out his hand out of his bed, he at once felt a new shudder; his hands at the same time were numb with cold, his head felt painfully muddled, without subsequent heat (aft. 26 h.).

Internal chill, for several afternoons, for a half or a full hour, and at times a sensation as of hot water in the scrobiculus cordis and the back.

Severe shaking chill, at night, with four times purging; then great heat and perspiration all over, and since then for several nights, perspiration before midnight.

Long-continued coldness, without thirst, then nocturnal thirst, after the fever, diarrhoea.

Fever in the afternoon from five to six o'clock; first a severe chill, so that he could not get warm, then heat with thirst and internal chill, and when the latter was passed, heat and perspiration all the night in bed, till morning (aft. 8 h.).

Frequent increased warmth all over the body, occasionally going off when sitting in the open air, or after dinner; at times also with anxiety, as if perspiration would break out.

Internal warmth all through the body, with muddled feeling of the head.

Anxious heat all over the body, after breakfast (aft. ½ h.).

Heat, first in the hands, then in the head, then in the nape, with a sensation as if perspiration would break out (aft. 3 h.).

Frequent rising of the heat from the back into the head, with redness of the face, in the afternoon, while sitting.

Sensation of heat and actual heat.

Heat all over the body, especially in the head and hands, with bitterness of the mouth and nausea in the stomach (aft. 2 ½ h.).

Febrile heat and perspiration, at night, with a voracious hunger that cannot be satisfied, then a chill, with chattering of the teeth and external coldness; after the chill, internal heat, especially in the hands, while the external coldness continues.

At night time, awaked by fever, alternately heat and chill, with severe pains in the head, the abdomen and the lower limbs; in the forenoon then, vomiting, for more than twenty-four hours, causing all appetite and sleep to vanish (aft; 14 d.).

After midnight, great heat, from one to four o'clock, with short breathing, without thirst, with a general brief sweat, dry lip and dry tip of the tongue; the back part of the mouth is moist.

Flushes of transient heat, especially in the evening, with slight feverish restlessness and burning heat in the palms.

General heat in the evening, about eight o'clock, with adipsia, without preceding shuddering.

Heat in the forenoon, for two hours; with thirst for beer and a shaking chill before and a chill after; all in a slumber full of dreams, with much moving of the hands.

General, not disagreeable increase of the warmth of the body.

Constant heat, perspiration and thirst.

Febrile heat, in the afternoon from two to three, and from six to seven o'clock, especially in the face (aft. 14 d.).

Afternoon fever for many days, heat with or without previous chill.

Repeated attacks of heat, especially in the face, with dryness of the mouth, without thirst.

Warmth of the whole body, with internal itching.

Much heat in the evening, especially in the face with vertigo (aft. 8 d.).

Occasional fits of anxious heat (aft. 6 d.).

Anxiety and heat.

Nocturnal heat, without thirst and sweat; this often awakes her.

Warmth and perspiration all over the body, long continuing, especially on the top of the shoulders, only the feet are dry, an hour after dinner.

General heat with sweat, without thirst from seven o'clock till noon.

Brief heat and perspiration on the head and the hands (aft. 2 h.).

Heat and perspiration on the head and the hands and even on the feet, with only a moderate amount of external warmth, for three minutes, then at two o'clock almost every half hour, and also on the following days, but at longer intervals, and even in the open air.

Fever with small, hard, quick pulse.

Fever with thickly coated tongue.

Quickened circulation.

Perspiration only on the head, after exercise in the open air, in the room (aft. 1 h.).

Perspiration on the head and the hands, frequently alternating with brief coolness (aft. 3 d.).

Perspiration only on the head and the palms, after eating soup (aft. 1 ½ h.).

Perspiration in the palms (aft. ¾ h.).

Perspiration, at first only in the anterior half of the body, especially on the abdomen, later on the chest, then in the axillae and on the back; it goes off during dinner.

Perspiration during dinner.

Perspiration running over the body, in the forenoon.

After midnight, perspiration while asleep, until morning without thirst.

In the morning, a slight perspiration, after awaking (3d, 4th d.).

Increased secretion of perspiration and urine.

Perspiration smelling of Sulphur sulphur.

Luminous perspiration on the forehead.

Every morning, a fatiguing sweat all over (aft. 24 h.).

Sweat on the body, with coldness of the head.

Anxious sweat (aft. sever. h.).

Night-sweat (aft. 1 and 5 d.).

Profuse night-sweat (1st n.).

Night-sweats for six nights (aft. 4 d.).

At night, perspiration and turbid urine, after weariness during the whole day (at once).

Sweat and sensation of anxiety, toward morning.

Perspiration in the morning in bed, especially about the feet and the hands.

Sweat in the morning, for three days.

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