1. Debilitated constitutions ; pale sickly complexion, eyes sunken and surrounded by blue rings. Young people who grow too fast.
2. Listlessness and apathy ; patient disinclined to talk ; stupefied by grief.
3. Great debility from long-continued, depressing emotional causes, after violent acute diseases or loss of vital fluids ; neurasthenia of sexual origin.
4. Adynamic fevers with complete apathy and stupor yet patient fully conscious if aroused ; abdomen tympanitic ; tongue has red streak down centre widening in front ; involuntary stools ; haemorrhages of dark blood.
5. Headaches with crushing pain on vertex ; < least noise especially music ; < motion, > lying down ; also headaches from eye-strain.
6. Chronic diarrhoeas, painless, non-debilitating ; pale or whitish stools.
7. Polyuria especially at night ; urine clear and watery or like milk (excess of phosphates).
8. Interstitial inflammations of bones ; pains as if scraped with a knife.
9. Weakness in the chest especially from talking or coughing (Stannum).
10. Patient gen. > sleep ; pains usually > motion.
Dr. AG ClarkePhosphoricum Acidum
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 11th, 2012 at 11:56 am.
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Keywords: Cough, Debility, Fever, Headache, Neurasthenia, Stupor, Weakness