Malaria is a periodic fever, whose onset is heralded by a chill (shivering).
Check if most symptoms of any of these medicines match with most of your symptoms:
Arsenic 30 : Malaria, with fever paroxysms either at mid-day (12-2 p.m.) or midnight (12-2 p.m.). There is weakness, malaise, headache and vertigo. During the chill stage, the nails and the lips burn; but there is no thirst. During the heat stage there is a thirst for hot water. The fever ends with profuse, offensive perspiration. An important feature of this medicine is mental restlessness and inexplicable fear (of death).
China (Cinchona) 30 : Malaria, which returns every seventh or fourteenth day. Palpitations, hunger and headache are soon succeeded by severe shivering. Any effort to control the chill (e.g., covering, consuming hot drinks or using a hot-water bag), further increases shivering. Thereafter, the fever sets in rendering the face red. This is followed by profuse debilitating sweat.
Eupatorium perf 30 : Malaria, with paroxysms of fever in the morning between 7 to 9 a.m. A bout starts with nausea and vomiting. Then there is severe chill with pain in the back of the head and an insatiable thirst. Further vomiting may occur before the temperature rises. During fever there is sore, beaten-up feeling in the body. Finally occurs sweating, which relieves all pains except the headache.
Natrum mur 30 : For chronic malaria, with paroxysms of fever occurring in the morning (10-11a.m.). A bout starts with shivering, then comes fever with severe left sided headache; finally, sweating occurs which brings down the temperature. Progressive loss of weight, an intense craving for salt and a 'mapped' tongue (having red patches) are other pointers to this remedy.
Nux vomica 30 : For malaria in which the chill-stage dominates. During chill, heat as well as sweating phases, the victim insists on keeping his body well covered and keeping the windows closed. There is frequent, ineffectual urging to pass stools.
If the selected medicine does not help, consult a competent homoeopathic doctor.
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