Tuberculinum

1. Fair, blue-eyed subjects ; tall, slim, flat-chested ; blue sclerotic, red lips ; mentally precocious, but physically weak ; child often covered with fine-hairs on chest, back, etc. Tubercular diathesis.

2. Despondency with irritability ; patient taciturn, sulky ; disposition naturally sweet but changed by disease ; desires constant change ; fears dogs.

3. Symptoms ever changing locality ; begin suddenly and cease suddenly,

4. Always catching cold without knowing how or where.

5. Emaciation rapid and pronounced ; often in spite of good appetite ; patient easily tires.

6. Chronic tubercular headaches, from above right eye to occiput ; headache of school-girls < slightest mental exertion ; glasses fail to > .

7. Chronic diarrhoeas with great weakness and profuse night sweats ; especially in early a.m., sudden and imperative (Sulphur).

8. Chronic dysmenorrhoeas ; periods premature, profuse, protracted.

9. Skin complaints ; tubercular eczemas over entire body, intense itching < undressing, bathing ; oozing in folds of skin and in the hair with rawness and soreness ; immense quantities of white, bran-like scales. Crops of very painful small boils appear successively in the nose with green, foetid pus. Ringworm.

10. Patient < heat, yet sensitive to cold ; < exertion.

Note : Valuable when well-selected remedies fail in patients with family history of tuberculosis.

Dr. AG Clarke

Tuberculinum
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