Ferrum phosphoricum hydricum

Natural History.
      Ferrous hydrophosphate.
      FeH PO4, mixed with an uncertain amount of Ferric phosphate. Trituration.

Clinical.
      Conjunctivitis.
      Writer’s cramp.

Characteristics.
      This salt has been proved by Dr. J. C. Morgan.
      The symptoms resemble those of Ferr-p. alb. and the other Ferrum preparations.
      Malaise, feeling as if he had not had sufficient sleep, aching in occipital-cervical region, sensitiveness to cool air and desire for warmth.
      Right side most affected.
      Symptoms worse bending forward.

Mind.
      Intolerance, annoyed by obstacles.

Head.
      Dull right-sided headache.
      Every concussion (as coughing or hard smacking of lips) is felt as a dull, painful sensation at base of skull.

Eyes.
      Painful smarting in edges of right eyelids.

Ears.
      Sticking in right ear as from large-pointed stick on going o bed.

Stomach.
      Irritating rising, greasy flavor.
      At 9.30 PM sitting at table, bent forward reading, most intense heartburn, with rising so irritating as to cause cough.

Neck and Back.
      Aching in sacroiliac symphysis when walking, better by pressure.

Sleep.
      Drowsy, eyes feel it much, feeling extends upward into head, soon after, he was compelled to lie down and take a nap.

Fever.
      Heat and dryness of face and palms while sitting.