It is indicated in a foetid Otorrhoea, associated with Otitis Media, for which also it is sometimes indicated.
It is indicated in Otorrhoea associated with Otitis Media, for which it is believed to be our best remedy in the early stages. It may be followed by Hepar and Tell.
It is indicated in a mucous or muco-purulent Otorrhoea, in patients with the characteristic nervous symptoms of the remedy (see Otalgia).
Calcarea Carb [Calc-c]
It is indicated in Otorrhoea, which is purulent, but it also has a pappy or appearance, looking just like chewed-up paper. This Otorrhoea is usually associated with Otitis Media or Externa, for which also it is a good remedy.
Carbo Animalis [Carb-an]
It is indicated when the discharge is thin, ichorous, bloody and excoriating [Carbo Veg.], which is associated with a swelling of the periosteum behind the ears over the mastoid process [Aurum, Caps., Nit.Ac.].
Carbo Vegetabilis [Carb-v]
The discharge from the ears is like that under the above remedy; it is particularly found as a sequel to exanthematous diseases, as Measles and Scarlatina.
It is indicated in purulent Otorrhoea, in scrofulous children, who are emaciated generally, and particularly about the feet, but whose abdomens are large and tumefied.
It is indicated when the discharge is yellowish green, liquid and bloody.
Kali Bichromicum [Kali-bi]
It is indicated when the discharge from the ears is quite offensive pus and is associated with violent stitching pains, which extend from the ear to the roof of the mouth and to the parotid glands on the affected side. This condition is usually found in Measles, for which also it is a great remedy.
It is indicated in Otorrhoea associated with Eustachian stoppage, better from shaking the finger in the external meatus.
Natrum Hypochlorosum [Nat-hchls]
It is indicated in purulent Otorrhoea in lax, flabby, indolent children, who in addition to the weakness of ankles have curved spine with prominence of the scapulae.
It is indicated in Otorrhoea, when the discharge is thin, ichorous and horribly offensive, having an odor like that of rotten meat. This Otorrhoea is usually associated with the skin symptoms of the remedy.
It is indicated in Otorrhoea, when there is a profuse, thick yellow or yellowish-green discharge from the ear. This condition may be associated with Otitis Media or Externa, for which also it is one of the best remedies.
It is the nearest remedy to Pulsatilla. The discharge from the ear is offensive, watery and curdy.
It is indicated in Otorrhoea, when the discharge from the ear is thin and acrid, causing blisters wherever it touches and smells like fish-brine. It is usually associated with Otitis Media [Hepar] and used after Belladonna
Besides the above remedies Hepar, Mercurius and Thuja may be indicated infrequently.