Tetanotoxinum. Homeopathy

(Tetanus toxin)
Pathogenesis of P. N. Pai British Hom. J. IV 1967 p.95
1 lethargic, dazed. Perception uncertain. Insufficient memory.
2 Worse in evening and night.
Desire and aversion of TETANOTOXINUM
3 Desire for sweets.
4 Severe headache, from 7 to 10 hours and 19 to 22 hours. Frontal headache, worse at night. Sensation of emptiness and numbness in the head.
5 Intense burning and pain in his eyes. Supraorbital neuralgia.
6 Dry the ears. Buzzing.
Bleeding Gums 7. Acid taste. Thick tongue coating.
8 Dry throat, persistent or intermittent pain.
9 - () Anorexia. Appetite increased.
10 - () Spasmodic stomach pains, worse lying down and by pressure.
Distended abdomen.
11 - () Frequent desire to move the belly. Constipation.
Dysuria 12. Yellow urine.
13 Severe pain in the chest with dyspnoea, worse at night. Persistent pain and burning in the chest. Frequent palpitations.
14 Violent erections, worst of 19 to 22 hours.
Delayed Menses 15. Severe dysmenorrhea.
Stiff neck 16. Persistent or intermittent pain in the back,
radiating to the hips and lower extremities.
17 - () Pain and stiffness in the limbs, especially in the lower.
Numbness in hands and feet. Copious sweat on the feet.
Drowsiness by day 18. Disturbed sleep. Insomnia after 3 am. Sounds of water and rivers.
19 Fever in evening or night.
20 vesicular eruptions on the dorsum of both feet. Itching under the knees. Urticaria.

() Very effective. () Effective. () Util

Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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