Fever


Fever chapter from Hahnemann Consultation Bank with important symptoms to consider while taking a case….


Fever Including Chills, Heat, sweat, Etc.

Autumnal fever.

Bilious fever.

Catarrhal prevailing.

Exanthematous (eruptive).

Gastric fevers.

Heat prevailing.

Hectic fever.

Inflammatory.

Intermittent fever, ague.

Milk fever.

Mucus fever.

Nervous fever.

slow fever.

Postponing (later).

Anticipating (earlier).

Puerperal fever (child bed).

Putrid fever.

Quartan, every 4th day.

Quotidian, every day.

Certain, every 3rd day.

Typhus.

Morning fever, recurring.

Forenoon fever.

Noon fever.

Afternoon fever.

Evening fever.

At what hour fever.

Night fever.

Fever, preceded by.

pain in back.

bones, pain in.

headache.

limbs, pain in.

stretching.

thirst.

vomiting.

During fever, anxiety.

appetite, want of.

aversion to food.

pain in back.

bilious complaints.

bitterness in mouth.

blood, congestion of.

bones, pain in.

chest, pain in.

During fever, colic.

constipation.

cough.

delirium.

diarrhoea.

face red.

pale.

yellow.

feet cold.

hands cold.

hot.

headache.

joints, pain in.

lips dry, black.

nausea.

palpitation.

restlessness.

sleeplessness.

sleepiness.

stomach, pain in.

taste, bitter.

thirst.

thirstlessness.

During fever, tongue dry.

tremor.

unconsciousness.

vertigo.

vomiting.

weakness.

Chills.

as if dashed with water.

external.

internal.

in single parts.

one-sided.

partial.

shaking.

in morning.

forenoon.

afternoon.

evening.

in bed.

at night.

give the exact hour.

every fourteen days.

every year.

Chills.

after drinking.

when exercising.

on moving.

in open air.

when uncovering.

when walking out.

in warmth.

relieved.

Chills with pains in abdomen.

anxiety.

back, pain in.

bones, pain in.

difficult breathing.

chattering of teeth.

oppression of chest.

pain in chest..

cough.

cold face.

heat in face. pale face.

red face.

cold feet.

hands.

hot hands.

headache.

hot head.

nails blue.

nausea.

sleepiness.

thirst.

before chill.

between chill and fever.

thirstlessness.

Chill with tremor.

vertigo.

vomit, inclination to.

weakness.

yawning.

Chilliness.

Chilly, shivering.

Coldness in general.

of limbs.

Shuddering.

Heat in general.

anxious.

burning.

flushes of.

internal.

of single parts.

of outer parts.

of inner parts.

in morning.

in afternoon.

inn evening.

at night.

burning.

when exercising.

Heat with.

anxiety.

pain in back.

burning in chest.

oppression of chest.

pain in chest.

delirium.

difficult breathing.

pale face.

red face.

faintness.

cold feet.

burning hands.

headache.

nausea.

restlessness.

sleepiness.

thirst.

thirstlessness.

unconsciousness.

aversion to be uncovered (desires to be covered).

desire to be uncovered.

vertigo.

vomiting.

weakness.

followed by thirst.

Perspiration.

of single parts.

easy.

suppressed.

with dry, hot skin.

bloody.

clammy.

cold.

debilitating at night.

greasy.

causes itching.

one sided (which?).

smelling.

offensive.

putrid.

sour.

urine-like.

staining.

Perspiration.

warm.

causes uneasiness.

in morning.

during day.

at night (night sweats).

after midnight.

with slight exercise.

during meals.

with pains.

in sleep.

when walking.

Perspiration attended by anxiety.

cough.

sleep.

thirst.

thirstlessness.

desire to uncover.

aversion to uncover.

weakness.

Ailments during apyrexia (the interval between the paroxysms)..

Apathy, want of appetite, breathing, difficult, chilliness, constipation, cough, diarrhoea, dim-sight, exercise, aversion to, face pale, faintness, feet cold. feet swelling, fainting fits, gums bleeding, hands cold, headache, hoarseness, hunger, jaundice, moist, offensive odor, nausea, pains.

Repugnance to beer, bread, coffee, for food, meat, milk, sour, sweet, tobacco, warm food.

Senses, irritable.

weakness of.

Sleepiness, sleeplessness.

Smell, loss of.

sensitiveness of.

Skin scaling.

Spasm in stomach.

Stupefaction.

Sweats.

Apyrexia, during.

Sweats, swelling.

Taste, bitter, flat, lost, metallic, nauseating, putrid, saltish, sour.

Throat, inflamed.

sore.

Tremor uneasiness.

Urine.

Samuel Hahnemann
Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) was the founder of Homoeopathy. He is called the Father of Experimental Pharmacology because he was the first physician to prepare medicines in a specialized way; proving them on healthy human beings, to determine how the medicines acted to cure diseases.

Hahnemann's three major publications chart the development of homeopathy. In the Organon of Medicine, we see the fundamentals laid out. Materia Medica Pura records the exact symptoms of the remedy provings. In his book, The Chronic Diseases, Their Peculiar Nature and Their Homoeopathic Cure, he showed us how natural diseases become chronic in nature when suppressed by improper treatment.