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Itchy burning legs

16 year old female with itchy, burning legs, the worst at night. What other information do you require?
  fated on 2012-04-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Since how long are you having this problem. You are prescribed for your previous problem. You should had mentioned this symptoms in your previous thread instead creating new post for your itchy burning legs problem.

Nikkie last decade
This isn't for me, it's for my sister. She has had this problem for a couple years now.
fated last decade
Only affecting the inside of her calves, knee down. A little itchy during the day, but at night excruciating. Has tried some antibiotics, they did not help. Also some cream prescribed by the doctor which did not work. Tried Sulfur, it worked for a time but legs still itchy.
fated last decade
Dont selfpriscribe homeopathy doses. What potency sulphur was used by your sister ? If possible click the snap of the
problem area and upload with the reply.

The following additional information (from your sister) is required to help her. Therefore, please do the best you can in providing a detailed and accurate data.

1) State your Age -Sex -Height-Weight-Job-Location?
2) Explain in details the chief complaints?
3) What is the duration of illness?
4) If you have Thyroid functioning complications, please explain?
5) If you have blood sugar, do mention the clinical details?
6) Do you have digestion problem? Explain in details.
7) Do you face any problem in bowl movement? Any constipation symptoms?
8) Do you feel thirsty? How many glasses of water you drink every day?
9) Do you feel good in warm or cold or humid climate? Which climate aggravates your problem?
10) Do you have any stress? Explain in details.
11) Do you get normal sound sleep?
12) Explain in detail about your mood?
13) Any problem with you periods? (For females)
- Are the periods early, regular or late in general? How long do they last?
- Do you suffer from any kind of physical or mental discomfort before, during or after the periods?
- Is the flow scanty, normal or excessive?
- Is the blood thick bright red or pale watery?
- Do you notice any clots in the flow?
14) Any past health history for which you would like to share the information?
15) List all the medicine used / using for past / present health complaints?
16) Do you exercise daily? Or any other physical activity.
17) What is your Cholesterol level?
18) What do you crave for in food items and what are your aversions?
19) How is your hunger: Less, Normal or Excessive?
20) Is your sweat normal or less or more? Where does it sweat more: Head, Trunk or Limbs?
21) How much is your present blood pressure?
22) Please give details about your food intake (breakfast-lunch-dinner)?

[message edited by Nikkie on Fri, 06 Apr 2012 05:36:14 BST]
Nikkie last decade
This could be Scabies I had itches and it only burned at night because the mites go under skin and come at night you need to get it checked out and they give you special cream, I hated it I was in he'll until my mom went to the doctor and they told us what it was. You can get scabies anywhere it's very contagious look it up: scabies!!
Ily43v3 last decade
1) 16, Female, 5'6, 155lbs, Student, Ontario Canada
2) Really itchy at night, can't stop thinking about it, bones feel achy.
3) About 2 years, and gotten worse over time. Used to only come out in the summer, now it is throughout the entire year.
4) No
5) No
6) No
7) No
8) Yes, most of the time. Approximately 2-3L of water per day.
9) Feel fine in most climates. However, heat/humidity does aggravate the problem.
10) School, i.e. studying, projects..etc.
11) No
12) Very moody, can range from happy and excited to irritated and angry.
13) No. Regular. 4-6 days. Tender breasts, irritability and excessive hunger before; No appetite during. Normal. Thick bright red. Sometimes, but not regularly.
14) No.
15) Antibiotics prescribed by doctor, same with creams for scabies (none worked). Doctor also mentioned to take Sulfur 30C which helped for a time but not long.
16) No.
17) Unsure, but not a concern.
18) Crave carbs. No known aversions.
19) Normal to excessive.
20) Normal.
21) Unsure, but not a concern.
22) Breakfast: Coffee, cereal or waffles.
Lunch: Usually skip lunch.
Dinner: Pasta.

Thank you for your help!

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fated last decade
Thanks for the update.

Please get hold of following medicine in liquid dilution:

1) Psorinum 200.

>> Take one dose of Psorinum 200. early morning empty stomach. Repeat for three days.

One dose means.
The medicine is in liquid dilution form. Add 3-4 drops of medicine in some half cup (Approx. 3 sip) water and stir with spoon. Sip up the content .

2) Echinacea Q (Mother Tincture) .

Take one table spoon of water, to this add t 5 - 8 drops of Echinacea Q (Mother Tincture). Now gently apply this solution on the itching area(ie: leg area) with the help of cotton ball. Each time you apply make a fresh solution with the medicine. You can apply in the morning and before going to bed.

Please follow homeopathy restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, and no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 45 minutes before or after taking medicine.

Please do update.

Blessings & Prayers,
Nikkie last decade

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