Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hep Sulph Calc in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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BACK AND NECK
Some fine stitches on the outside of the neck and behind the ears, like flea bites.
Bruised pain on the cervical muscles, with pain in the throat, when swallowing, as from an internal swelling.
Bruised pain in the neck, when bending the head back.
Many small, painless pimples in the nape, and on both sides of the neck.
Pain in the sacrum, frequently recurring.
In the sacrum a pain, drawing hither and thither, worst when walking.
Pain in the sacrum, as from fatigue, when stooping and when leaning back while sitting.
Severe pain in the sacrum, like a cutting through, during movement and at rest; so that she could neither stand, walk nor lie down.
Bruised pain in the sacrum, when walking (1st d.).
Bruised pain and sharp pressive pain in the sacrum and the lumbar vertebrae, but especially in the junction of the sacrum with the pelvic bones; it darts down into the lower limbs and causes a sort of limping in walking; the pain continues while sitting, standing, and lying down.
In the loins and the ossa ischii, pain as from dislocation, when sitting, and when turning the body in walking.
At night, tensive pain in the back, worst when turning the body.
Pain between the scapulae.
In the morning, in bed, drawing in the whole back and in the sacrum; after rising, the whole of the back was painful, so that she could hardly move, with weariness in the limbs, aversion to eating and working, with shivering, chilliness, and adipsia.
Stitches in the back, in the left renal region.
Stitches in the left side of the back.
Stitches in the back, between the scapulae.
Stitches in the right scapula, when blowing the nose, hawking or taking a deep breath.
Some violent stitches in the back.
Great weakness in the whole spine.
Shooting pains in the throat, extending into the ear, when turning the head.
Pinching on the right side of the thyroid cartilage.
The axillary glands suppurate and discharge pus.
Pain like a load on the top of the shoulder.
The top of the shoulder is painful, when raising the arm.
Drawing pain in the top of the shoulders.
Fine tearing in the top of the left shoulder.
Pain as of a sprain in the top of the shoulder.≡ more ...