Ferrum Phosphoricum Hydricum.

Ferrous hydrophosphate. FeH PO4, mixed with an uncertain amount of Ferric phosphate. Trituration.

Clinical.-Conjunctivitis. Writer's cramp.

Characteristics.-This salt has been proved by Dr. J. C. Morgan. The symptoms resemble those of Ferr. phos. alb. and the other Ferrum preparations. Malaise; feeling as if he had not had sufficient sleep; aching in occipito-cervical region; sensitiveness to cool air and desire for warmth. Right side most affected. Symptoms < bending forward.


1. Mind.-Intolerance; annoyed by obstacles.

2. Head.-Dull r.-sided headache.-Every concussion (as coughing or hard smacking of lips) is felt as a dull, painful sensation at base of skull.

3. Eyes.-Painful smarting in edges of r. eyelids.

4. Ears.-Sticking in r. ear as from large-pointed stick on going to bed.

11. Stomach.-Irritating rising, greasy flavour.-At 9.30 p.m., sitting at table, bent forward reading, most intense heartburn, with rising so irritating as to cause cough.

20. Neck and Back.-Aching in sacro-iliac symphysis when walking, > by pressure.

26. Sleep.-Drowsy, eyes feel it much, feeling extends upward into head; soon after, he was compelled to lie down and take a nap.

27. Fever.-Heat and dryness of face and palms while sitting.