Alternate constipation and diarrhoea; lineteria.
Marasmus of children with marked emaciation, especially of legs (Iod., Sanic., Tub.); the skin is flabby and hangs loose in folds (of neck, Nat. m., Sanic.).
In marasmus head weak, cannot hold it up. (Aeth.).
Marasmus of lower extremities only.
Ravenous hunger; loosing flesh while eating well (Iod., Nat. m., Sanic., Tub.).
Painful contractions of the limbs from cramps or following colic.
Rheumatism; for the excessive pain before the swelling commences; from suddenly-checked diarrhoea or other secretions; alternates with haemorrhoids, with dysentery.
Gout; joints stiff, swollen, with pricking sensation; wrists and ankle-joints painful and inflamed. Very lame and sore all over.
Itching chilblains (Agar.).
Great weakness and prostration and a kind of hectic fever with children; unable to stand.
Child is ill-natured, irritable, cross and despondent; violent, inhuman, would like to do something cruel. Face old, pale, wrinkled (Op.).
Relationship: After Hepar in furuncle; after Acon. and Bry. in pleurisy, when pressing sensation remains in affected side impeding respiration.
Dr. HC AllenAbrotanum
by Dr. HC Allen ( Author at Homeopathic Books )
Posted on May 31st, 2010 at 10:42 am.
Last updated on November 21st, 2013 at 9:54 am.
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Keywords: Chilblains, Colic, Constipation, Dysentery, Emaciation, Fever, Gout, Hectic fever, Itching, Lineteria, Marasmus, Pleurisy, Prostration, Rheumatism, Weakness