Homeopathic Medicine for Corneal Ulcer
APIS 6, 30
Staphyloma or perforating corneal ulcer.
Oedema of the conjunctiva.
Puffy swelling around the eyes.
Sudden piercing, stinging pain.
Eyes sensitive to light.
Conjunctiva bright red.
Aggravation in the evening and forepart of night.
Cold water gives great relief.
CALC. CARB. 30
No remedy excels cal. carb. in opacities and ulcerations of cornea.
Discharge is bland.
Cornea opaque and lids thickened.
There are vesicles and pustules on the cornea.
Lids are glued together.
Burning and cutting pains in the eye, worse evening and by the light.
This remedy is particularly indicated in fat, unhealthy, strumous children. Head sweats profusely. Feet cold and clammy.
It is one of our best remedies in eye affections.
Pustules near the border of the cornea.
Slight dimness of cornea with profuse smarting lacrymations.
Profuse thick, acrid discharge.
Lids thick and red.
Photophobia and pain worse in day light.
ARGENTUM NITRICUM 6, 30
Arg. Nit. is very useful remedy in purulent ophthalmia.
Arg. Nit. has been employed, both locally and internally, for the cure of ulceration of the cornea and fistula.
It meets old ulcerations with granular lids.
Profuse purulent discharge.
It is also useful in purulent ophthalmia, especially in newborn.
ARSENIC ALBUM 30
It is useful in corneal ulcer when there is great burning as if from fire.
Burning, hot discharges relieved by external warmth.
Conjunctiva looks like a piece of raw beef.
Pulsative throbbing pain in the eye.
Aggravation at night, especially after mid-night and from cold application, some amelioration from warm application.
Eyes feel very hot.
Lids are oedematously swollen and spasmodically closed.
HEPAR SULPH. 30
It is an excellent remedy in the suppurative form of abscess of the cornea. It speedily absorbs abscesses of cornea required no other remedy. It has been called the king of remedies in ulceration of the cornea. Throbbing, shooting pains, relieved by warmth and worse from cold and at night.
Lids swollen, sensitive to touch and air, and bleed easily up on opening. Spasmodic closing of the eye-lids (at night). Eyes and lids are red and inflamed.
MERCURIUS SOLUBILIS / MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS 30
Deep ulcers on the cornea.
Profuse burning and excoriating tears.
Thin and acrid discharges.
Lids thick, swollen and excoriated.
Burning and shooting pains which are worse at night.
Merc. Cor. is more useful than Merc. Sol.
Merc. Cor. is also useful in ophthalmia neonatorum, with acrid discharges, caused by syphilitic leucorrhoea.
Puls. proves beneficial for ulcers of the cornea when the discharge is thick, white or yellow and bland. Better in open air.
NITRIC ACID 6, 30
Useful in ulcer of the cornea with splinter-like pains.