Magnesia carbonica


Mind.-- Anxiety and fearfulness, with trembling and heat. Peevishness in evening.

Head.-- Congestion to. Pressive pain over entire head, with preoccupation during mental exertion. Stitches in side upon which he lies at night. Tension in occiput. Dandruff on scalp, itching during wet weather.

Eyes.-- Inflamed, with obscuration of cornea. Agglutinated early in morning. Swollen eyeball. Black spots before. Cataract.

Ears.-- Difficult hearing. Sensitive to noise. Diminution of hearing, especially in the room, with buzzing and roaring in.

Nose.-- Complete stoppage, compelling one to open the mouth.

Face.-- Sickly, earthy countenance. Changing color. Tension, as though white of egg had dried on. Puffiness and nodular swellings on. Face - ache, nightly tearing, boring and digging in zygoma, in supportable during rest.

Teeth.-- Ache when driving. Burning in evening and at night in bed, insupportable during rest, compelling him to get up. Ache, with great physical restlessness. Sticking in, after eating. Ache during pregnancy. Worse: Cold.

Mouth.-- Nightly dryness in. Vesicular eruption in, and on tongue. Sticking sore throat when talking and swallowing. Stitchings in throat. Roughness in throat, as from awns of barley. Often there is a sudden faltering in speech.

Taste: Sour, in mouth. Lost, of food, it tastes like straw.

Stomach.-- Spasm of. Pressive contraction in, with sour eructations.

Appetite: Great, for vegetables with aversion to meat. Violent thirst for water at night.

Abdomen.-- Spasmodic colic in, with discharge of leucorrhoea, or during menses.

Stool.-- Constipated and retained. Green, frothy diarrhoea with cutting in abdomen. Sour - smelling d. of children.

Urine.-- Greatly increased, pale or greenish. Involuntary discharge of. Enuresis.

Sexual Organs.-- Diminished sexual desire. Erections wanting.

Female.-- Menses: Retarded or entirely suppressed lying. Pale face and other symptoms, during. White, acrid, mucous leucorrhoea.

Cough.-- Violent, from tickling in throat or thyroid region, dry in evening and at night, in morning and by day, expectoration of a yellow, thin, but tenacious, mucus, or of dark blood of a somewhat saltish taste. Spasmodic, at night. Haemoptysis.

Chest.-- Constriction of. Soreness in.

Back.-- Violent bruised pain at night in, and in lumbar region.

Upper Extremities.-- Nightly tearing in shoulder, with crawling extending into fingers. Cracks in skin of hands. Sticking, spreading vesicles on hands and fingers. Inflammatory swelling and redness of fingers.

Lower Extremities.-- Burning spots on shin - bone. Boils on lower leg. Cramp in calves at night.

Generalities.-- Painless twitchings here and there. Emaciation and physical relaxation, especially of children. General painfulness of entire body. Sense of great exhaustion when sitting. Sudden falling to the ground with unconsciousness. In evening, after prolonged sitting, restlessness in limbs, which necessitates rising. Most symptoms appear or are intensified in the evening and at night, as well as during rest.

Skin.-- Spreading vehicles on hands and fingers. Small, red, painless herpes, which afterward desquamate. Violent itching. Small boils. Dry.

Sleep.-- Day sleepiness. Unrefreshing, at night. Crying out during. Sleeplessness from nightly oppression in abdomen. Anxious dreams.

Fever.-- Pulse: Somewhat accelerated, at night only. Chill: And shuddering, with external coldness in evening and after lying down, only disappearing slowly. Heat: Most in forenoon, often with sweat, but on hand only. In evening after chill. Nightly, anxious, internal, with restlessness and fear of uncovering. Sweat: During whole night, most profuse in the morning hours. Greasy, staining the linen yellow, at the same time it is sour and fetid.

Relationship.-- Allied Remedies: Ars., Chem., Coff., Coloc, Graph., Kali - c, Mag - m., Nux-v., Puls., Rhe.

Complementary: Cham.