1. Low, adynamic fevers ; typhoid states with great debility, involuntary discharges, lower jaw hangs down, slides down in bed, sordes on teeth, tongue dry, shrunken, leather-like, paralyzed ; pulse feeble, breath offensive.
2. Ulcerations of gastro-intestinal mucous membranes with greyish-white deposits ; ulcers extremely sensitive to touch, deep, perforating, bluish or black base, bleed easily, tend to slough. Diphtheria ; epithelioma.
3. Haemorrhoids ; swollen, blue or dark purple, sensitive to touch ; appear suddenly in children ; in pregnant women ; prolapsus ani.
4. Involuntary stool while urinating ; on passing flatus (Aloe) ; from paralysis of sphincter ani.
5. Discharges thin, excoriating, putrid, debilitating, even from ulcers.
Dr. AG ClarkeMuriaticum Acidum
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 12th, 2012 at 4:12 pm.
Last updated on September 16th, 2012 at 4:56 pm.
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Keywords: Debility, Diphtheria, Epithelioma, Fever, Paralysis, Typhoid