Hydrophobinum


Hydrophobinum

Hydrophobinum

Exquisite sensitiveness to breath of air; to bright objects, especially the surface of water; to sounds, and most of all to the sound of running water. Clairaudient. Thinking of fluids of any kind, even of blood, brings on convulsions.
Even the thought of it is enough to bring on an aggravation or a convulsion.
Frequent sneezing, mostly early in morning or late in evening, as if a coryza would begin; also when looking at something bright, and from every little dust.
Cases of dysentery with pain and tenesmus on hearing water running from a tap.
Cannot bear heat of sun.
Thirst, with inability to swallow.
Copious viscid saliva.
A great variety of mental disturbances occur.
Rapid speech and impatience.
Mental irritability - dangerously violent temper is developed.
Inclination to be rude and abusive, to bite and strike.
Strange notions and apprehensions during pregnancy.
Prolapsus uteri.
Severe leucorrhœa, with pains in back.
Irritation in the sexual organs.
Sighing, and sighing respiration.
< by stooping; by motion generally.
Sensitive to any changed position.
Bending head backward > pain in neck.
Throws head back when sneezing.
Heat of sun <, it is unbearable.
Hot steam directed to bitten place > burning pain in it. 
> Turkish bath.
Damp warm air oppresses.
Sensitive to least breath of air; air of agreeable temperature feels cold.
Slightest draught < 
Cold air > headache. 
< From slightest touch;
from riding in carriage.
Lachesis is < from sun; bluish discoloration of wounds; irritability; < warm, damp air; from touch and pressure; though the late evolution of the symptoms of Hydrophobinum contrasts with the lightning-like rapidity of snake-venom effects.
Ascending paralysis, Gels., Con.
Respiratory paralysis (Solania, Bell., Dulc)
Sexual excitement (Canth., Pic. ac., Graph.)
Intolerance of sun (Gels., Glon., Nat., Lach., Apis)
Effects of carriage-riding (Coccul.)
Desire to urinate on seeing running water (Canth., Sul.)
Convulsions from dazzling light (Stram.)
Consciousness of womb (Helon.)
Viscid saliva (Epipheg.,Hydras)
Hurried speech (Hyo.)
Coldness (Helod.)
Hydrophobinum is useful in:
Bubo.
Clairvoyance.
Convulsions.
Corns, pains in.
Diarrhœa.
Dysentery.
Fever.
Hair, oiliness of.
Headache.
Hydrophobia.
Hypersensitiveness.
Landry's paralysis.
Leucorrhœa.
Lyssophobia.
Mania.
Nervousness.
Neuralgia.
Œsophagus, stricture of.
Paralysis.
Pregnancy, convulsions of; toothache of.
Respiratory paralysis.
Salivation.
Satyriasis.
Sciatica.
Sunstroke.
Tetanus.
Ulcers.
Uterus, prolapse of.
Vaginismus.
Wounds, too rapid healing of.     

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