Medicines For Worms


Medicines For Worms

PIN WORMS CHILDREN


Natrum phosphoricum
In intestinal worms, either long or thread worms, with symptoms of acidity, picking at the nose, squinting and twitching of the facial muscles. Yellow, creamy coating at the back of the roof of mouth and tongue. Oxaluria. Jaundice (1x trit). Blisters on tip of tongue. Imagines, on waking at night, that pieces of furniture are persons; that the hears footsteps in next room. Fear. Sour eructations, sour vomiting, greenish diarrhoea. Spits mouthful of food. Skin yellow. Itching in various parts, especially of ankles. Hives. Smooth, red, shining. Erysipelas. Feet icy cold in daytime, burn at night. Swelling of lymphatic glands. Schüssler's remedy for intestinal worms. Intestinal, long or thread-worms, with characteristic symptoms of acidity or picking of the nose, occasional squinting, pain in the bowels, restless sleep, etc.
Itching at the anus from worms, especially at night when warm in bed .White or green stools, with diarrhoea and sometimes with jaundice, due to deficiency of bile.
Flatulent colic. Obstinate constipation. Itching, sore and raw anus.


Spigelia:

Also known as Worm-grass. It was known in Europe in Hahnemann's time as an anthelmintic. Itching of anus and nose, colic, and borborygmus. "Helminthiasis : dilated pupils; strabismus; putrid smell from mouth, itching of nose, griping pain in belly; throat inflamed, swallows often, pale redness in throat and swelling of mucous membrane; palpitation." Masses of lumbrici have been expelled and also threadworms. Fetid breath and fetid flatus. Useful in heart cases where constipation has been a troublesome complication. Fear of pointed things as pins. Nausea of pregnancy (afraid of pointed things and asked her husband to take away a fork, crochet-needle, and c. ). Sil. has a somewhat similar symptom, but the Sil. patient hunts for pins although afraid of them. Suited to : Anaemic, debilitated subjects, of rheumatic diathesis; to scrofulous children afflicted with ascarides and lumbrici; to persons with light hair; pale, thin, bloated, weak; with wrinkled, yellow, earthy skin. Stammering : repeats first syllable three or four times; with abdominal ailments; with helminthiasis (Saba., Cin., Teuc., Scirrh., Stn. ). Itching and sensation as if something were creeping in rectum and anus. Scirrhus of sigmoid or rectum, atrocious, unbearable pains. - H. C. Allen . Strabismus, jerkings with paleness of the face, blue rings around the eyes, faint, nauseated feeling and colic about the navel.


Teucrium marum verum
is a useful remedy for pin worms. Marked symptoms of helminthiasis, irritation of anus and nose.Worms and polypi suggest a tubercular taint. Threadworms. "Polypus with stoppage of nose on side lain on; large red pimples under right nostril near septum, sore and smarting to touch." Over-sensitive and excitable. Delicate and sensitive. Internal tremor; < excitement. Sleepless, after excitement. Crawling in nose; must pick it; side lain on closes; lumpy discharge. Polypi. Anosmia. Atrophic catarrh. Mouldy taste in throat, on hawking or coughing. Itching of palate and ears. Solid lumps from posterior nares. Follicular pharyngitis. Itching anus; prevents sleep. Pinworms. Cough, < coughing. Ingrown nails. Rapid loss of weight and strength.
Anorexia. Suited to old persons and children. When too much medicine has produced an oversensitive condition and remedies fail to act. Disinclined for exertion. Desires exercise in open air, which does not fatigue. Warmth agg. < Warmth of bed. < Wet weather. In Teucrium  there is much itching about anus, capricious appetite, picking of nose, offensive breath, disturbed sleep and general restlessness.


Stannum
so stupefies the worms that purgatives would dislodge them at once.

Cina
Sickly, pale face, with rings around the eyes ; gritting of the teeth at night ; canine hunger, or variable appetite ; the child picks its nose and cries out in its sleep ; jerking of hands and feet ; urine milky.

  • Child wants something, but does not know what; is worse by being looked at and from seeing strangers.
  • Any kind of disturbance may cause a convulsion; they cannot be punished because they may have convulsions.
  • It frightened or scolded, the brain is disturbed and the stomach disordered.
  • Grinding (before the eruption of teeth it has a chewing motion i.e. a side to side movement) of the teeth during sleep.
  • Lies on abdomen(Podoph).Cough better lying on abdomen.

 

  • Child turns his head from side to side.
  • Liquids gurgle (Ars. , Cupr) down the oesophagus.
  • Baby has a worm breath. The child spits up sour milk, belches sour wind and smells sour.
  • The child dreams, jerks and twitches in sleep, rouse up in fright, sees frightful things.
  • Mental and physical hyperesthesia, irritable, first touch aggravates, is aggravated by being handled yet he wants to be carried.
  • Sensitiveness of the skull cannot have the hair combed.
  • Worse from using the eyes, pain in the head and eyes from sewing (Ruta).
  • Child rubs nose (bores into the nose until the blood come) with hands or on the pillow or on the nurse's, shoulder. Worms.
  • Hunger not relieved by eating, after vomiting no aversion to food there is still empty, hungry feeling.


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