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Arsenicum Album - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Hahnemann

Arsenious Acid, Arsenic, Arsenicum, Ars. Alb, Ars Alb, Arsenic alb Ars.


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HPUS indication of Arsenicum Album: Vomiting
Common symptoms: Vomiting, Worry, Chills, Diarrhea, Bruises.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Arsenicum Album in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Extremities, limbs

Soreness in the axillae.

Tearing, stitching pain in the right axilla.

Swelling of the glands in the axilla.

In the arms, drawing pains.

Pain in the arm, on the side on which he is lying, at night.

Tearing in the arms, especially in the elbow and wrist, at night, in bed.

The right arm goes to sleep, when he sleeps on the right side.

A painful lump on the right arm.

On the fore-arm, near the wrist, eroding itching, impelling to scratch.

The hands are stiff and void of feeling.

Drawing pain in both wrists, every evening.

Drawing pain in the metacarpal bones, in the morning.

Tearing stitches in the bones of the hand and of the little finger.

Cramp in the hand on moving it.

Cold hands.

Painful swelling of the hands.

Severe formication in the hands, at night.

Fine tickling in the left palm, compelling to scratch.

Little lumps, tubercles on the hands.

Large suppurating boil on the hand, between the thumb and index, very broad, pale red, and extremely painful, especially in the evening.

The finger-joints are painful on moving them.

Cramp in the fingers of the right hand, when the stretches them straight out.

Cramp in the fingers, especially at night, in bed.

Painful cramp in the posterior joints of all the fingers.

Painful cramp in the tips of the fingers, from morning till noon (aft. 5 d.).

Rigidity of the fingers as if they were stiff.

Drawing pain in the middle fingers.

Drawing twitching, and tearing from the finger-tips up into the shoulders.

Tickling itching on the right middle finger, compelling him to scratch.

Hard swelling of the fingers, with pains in their bones.

Discolored nails.

Gout in the hips.

Violent drawing tearing pain in the hips and in the left foot, in the morning, after a sleepless night (3d d.).

In the lower limbs, especially in the joints, violent pains.

Unbearable pains in the lower limbs.

Drawing tearing in the lower limbs, from the front side of the thigh to the knee and ankle-joint, when walking.

Tearing in the lower limbs, especially in the joints of the knees and the feet, only in motion.

Tearing in the lower limbs.

Tearing in the lower limbs, from above downward; he could not tread, nor sit, nor lie, either in bed or on a bench, but had either to keep the foot swinging to and fro, day and night, or limp around with it, not being able to rest; worse at night.

Tearing stitches as if in the periosteum, down the whole lower limb, even to the tip of the big toe.

Restlessness in the lower limbs, so that he can not lie still at night; he had to lay his feet now here, now there, or walk about for relief.

Restlessness in the lower limbs, before going to sleep, passing off when lying down.

Formication in the lower limbs, as if from going to sleep.

Cramp, spasm in the lower limbs.

With a spasmodic pain, certain bundles of muscles in the thighs and in the calves contracted, and the toes were drawn backward, making him very tired, in the evening, in bed.

Spasmodic pain in certain spots in the muscles of the thighs and legs, in jerks, with twitching; on touching it, it feels like something alive.

Convulsions of the lower limbs and knees.

Weariness in the lower limbs.

Sensation as if the lower limbs were about to give way, on going up stairs.

Paralysis of the lower limbs.

Coldness of the lower limbs, especially of the knees and feet, with cold perspiration on them; they could not get warm.

Swelling of the lower limbs, with unbearable pains.

On the thighs, eroding itching, impelling to scratch (aft. 13 h.).

Eroding itching on the right thigh, near the groin, with incitation to scratching (aft. 4 ½ h.).

Soreness between the thighs, with itching.

About the knees, sensation as if the lower limbs were tightly bandaged there.

Tension in the houghs, as if the tendons were too short, when sitting and standing, but not in walking.

Pain, as from bruising, on the side of the knee, only when touched, and in sitting, not when walking; a sensation as if the flesh there was detached.

Pain in the left knee, as if from a bruise or a sprain, especially on rising from a seat.

Stitching pain in the knees (aft. 2 h.).

Weakness in the knees, so that he could only with difficulty seat himself.

Great want of firmness in the right knee, it gives way under him.

Paralysis of knees.

In the right leg, drawing tearing, from the hough down into the heel, as if from a sprain.

Drawing pain in the legs, when they rest perpendicularly in sitting.

Drawing, tearing and twitching in the leg, from the ankle up into the knee.

Twitching in the legs, in the afternoon, when sitting.

Sharp, tearing drawing in the tibia.

Single, sharp tearings in the tibia, making him cry out.

Tearing pain in the right calf, when sitting (aft. 11 h.).

Tearing stitches low down on the inner side of the leg, in a small spot.

Boring pain in the right tibia.

Pressive pain in the calves.

Spasmodic pain in the leg, in the morning, changing into a tingling and humming therein.

Cramp in the calf, when walking (aft. 2 h.).

Cramp in the calves, chiefly at night, in bed.

Hardness in the calf, and sensation as if pressed flat, with unbearable pain, almost like cramp, from which she screamed for one and one-half hours; the whole leg was cold, insensible and stiff, so that she could not move it at all; there remained tension in the calf, and a short of paralysis in the leg (aft. 50 h.).

Paralysis of the legs, so that he can scarcely walk.

Heaviness of the legs, so that he can scarcely lift them.

Heaviness, weariness and drawing in the legs, with knuckling, lack of firmness and weakness of the knees, chiefly in the morning.

Emaciation of the legs.

Swelling of the legs up above the calves; preceded by tearing in the calves, passing off on applying warm cloths.

Twitching pains, from above downwards, in the legs.

Ulcer on the left leg, below the knee.

Ulcer on the leg, covered with a gray scurf, burns painfully and has an inflamed border.

Pains in the feet.

Painfulness of the ankles on being touched.

Pains of the heels, in the morning on awaking, as if they had lain on a hard surface.

The pains of the feet are aggravated by motion.

Pain in the ankle-joint, above on the instep, as if ricked or sprained, when treading.

Pain in the foot, as from a sprain, when she does not set it down right or makes a misstep.

Drawing in the foot, so that he cannot keep it still; at the same time he cannot step quickly, but only very gently and carefully.

Tearing in the ankles.

Tearing in the heels.

Tearing around the ankles and on the dorsum of the feet, when lying down, with nausea.

Tearing and stitches in both the ankle-joints; when treading and walking, shooting pains, as if the feet were sprained, so that she is likely to fall; the ankles pain as if sore, when touched.

Lancinating pains on the outer border of the foot.

Stitches in the sole of the foot (aft. 1 ½ h.).

Stitches on the bottom of the left heel, when treading, extending up into the thigh.

Numb pains in the right foot; she can only lift it up, when sitting, by raising it up with her hand.

Numbness, stiffness and insensibility of the feet, with swelling and great pain, from time to time.

Paralysis of the feet, after vomiting.

Cold feet, continually, when he is sitting still; he can hardly warm them in bed.

Coldness of the feet, with contracted pulse.

Sensation of cold in the soles of the feet.

Swelling of the feet.

Swelling of the ankles, without redness, with tearing pains, relieved by external warmth.

Shining hot swelling of the feet, up above the ankles, with round red spots, which cause a burning pain (aft. 3 d.).

Hard reddish blue, greenish-yellow and very painful swelling on both feet (aft. 28 d.).

Itching on the swelling of the feet.

The skin of the soles of the feet becomes insensible, thick as cork, and the soles chap.

Blisters break out in the night over the whole of the soles of the feet, as from applying cantharides; they crack open, discharging light-yellow fetid water.

Ulcers on the heels, with bloody pus.

All the toes become stiff, so that she could, not tread.

Tickling, running itching on the right big toe, as when a wound is healing, compelling him to scratch (aft. 1 ½ h.).

All her limbs ache.

All his limbs ache, whether walking, sitting or lying down.

Excessive pains in the limbs.

Pains in the whole body, chiefly in the evening.

Indescribably painful, excessively disagreeable sensation of illness in all the limbs.

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