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Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Hahnemann

Hahnemann's Calcium Sulphide, Hepar, Hepar sulph, Hepar Sulfuris Calcareum, Hepar sulfur, Hepar Sulf, Hep Sulf, Hepar Sulph Calc, Hep.

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HPUS indication of Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum: Croupiness

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


Extremities, limbs

In the left arm, here and there, some jerking.

Bruised pain in both arms.

Great fatigue of both the arms.

The arm on which he had lain is asleep, at night.

In the left upper arm, a drawing pain.

Bruised pain in the shafts of the humeri.

Extremely violent pains in the bend of the elbow, when stretching out the arm.

Pressive or contused pain in the olecranon process of the elbow, only on moving it, after a long walk; it went off in the open air.

Severe itching in the bend of the elbow.

In the forearms, a painful drawing in the flexor tendons.

Drawing tearing pain in the extensor muscles of the forearms and of the fingers.

Contused pain on a small spot on the forearm.

After midnight, pain in the interior of the forearm and over the back of the hand, aching, boring and as if excoriated, more painful when touched, less so by day.

The wrist is painful.

Sensation of heat in the palm and in the wrist.

Frequent burning sensation in the hands.

Heat, redness and swelling of the one hand, with intolerable pain as from a sprain, extending up into the arm, on motion.

Swelling of the right hand.

Unsteadiness in the hands, and trembling during writing.

Perspiring, cold hands.

Scaly eruption on the hands.

Itching and rough, dry, grating skin on the hands.

Continual, dull itching in the palms.

Small, gritty eruption on the hand and wrist, with itching.

On pressing the spread out fingers against something, they knuckle up; the fingers are readily dislocated.

Pricks in one finger, as from needles.

An eroding blister on the anterior joint of the thumb, without sensation, only when pressed upon, there is a shooting pain.

Severe itching beside the nail of the left index, as if a paronychia was forming.

Tingling in the tips of the fingers.

Swelling of the fingers of both hands, with stiffness therein, when lying down.

Swelling of all the fingers, with tension on moving them.

The finger-joints are swollen, with gouty pains.

The nates and the posterior part of the thighs are painful, when sitting down.

A red, itching lump on the upper part of the left natis.

Two boils on one natis.

The hip-joint pains as if dislocated, when walking in the open air.

Excoriation in the fold between the scrotum and the thigh.

Excoriation and moisture in the fold between the scrotum and the thigh.

Profuse perspiration on the upper part between the thighs.

At night, a painful tension in the lower limbs, that prevents sleep.

Tearing pain in the thigh and leg, as from too great fatigue, also when at rest.

Restlessness in the lower limbs, so that she has to keep moving them, by day when at rest.

A formicating pain in the inferior extremity, which drew it quite crooked; chiefly when walking and standing.

Heaviness of the lower limbs.

Tearing in the left hip (when undressing).

Pain in the hip-joint, while walking in the open air.

Tearing pain in the right thigh (at once).

While sitting, tearing in the thigh, and a numb, tingling sensation in it, almost as if asleep.

Bruised pain in the anterior muscles of the thighs.

Bruised pain, transversely through the middle of the thighs.

Cramp in the muscles of the thigh and pelvis, when the thigh is drawn upward.

Sudden pain of exhaustion in the thigh, while walking, so that he cannot walk farther.

In the knee, cramp.

Pressive pain in the hough, on motion.

Frequently during the day, a shooting pain in the right knee.

Tearing on the outer side of the knee-joint, also when at rest, as after too great exertion and fatigue.

Bruised pain in the knee.

Pain in the knee as if broken.

Swelling of the knee.

Itching pimples about the knee.

Severe itching on the inner side of the knee.

In the leg, below the right knee, a spasmodic drawing pain, when walking.

Cramp of the calves, only when bending the knees.

Cramp-pain in all the muscles of the leg, while walking, so that he cannot walk on.

Cramp in the calves.

Restlessness in the legs, he has to keep them stretched out.

Restlessness in the legs at times, so that he cannot keep them still.

Tearing in the tendo Achillis, when lying in bed; and when walking, a stitch it.

Great weariness in the legs, especially when ascending.

The left leg is asleep, in the morning in bed, and heavy like lead.

Erysipelas on the leg (affected).

The feet are painfully sensitive in the soles, when walking on rough stones.

Sensation of pressure under the heel, when walking, as if there was a pebble lodged under it.

Cramp in the feet.

Cramp between the big toe and the heel.

Cramp in the soles of the feet and the toes.

Stiff feeling in the ankle-joint, with a feeling of numbness and turgidity there.

Pain in the ankle-joint, as if festering.

Tearing pain in the foot, at night.

Tearing and drawing in the soles of the feet.

Stitches on the instep.

Violent itching stitches on the dorsum of the foot, near the root of the toes.

In the evening, after having slept restlessly and turned over in bed, there came on the outer side of the foot on which he had lain a pain as from a knock or blow, so violent that it made him scream; the pain was only allayed by touching and stroking it with the finger, but not by motion.

Pain in the ankle-joint, as if sprained, coming in paroxysms while walking, so that he cannot continue walking for the moment.

Pain in the right ankle-joint, as if it was broken, while walking.

Cracking in the ankle-joint.

Formication in the soles of the feet.

Constant dull itching in the soles of the feet.

Tickling in the soles of the feet.

Hard pressure as from a little stone, on the heel, when walking.

Needle-pricking in both the heels.

Burning pain in the feet, especially on the dorsum of the feet, in the morning in bed.

Burning in the soles of the feet, in the morning in bed; she had to uncover them.

Drawing, burning pain in the feet up to the ankles, in the evening in bed.

Swelling of the feet about the ankles, with dyspnoea.

Coldness of the feet, by day.

Cold, sweaty feet.

Chilblains on the feet, which break open with so much tenderness of these spots on healing that she cannot wear a shoe.

In the big toe, tearing, worse when walking than when standing.

Severe stitch along the big toe.

Sharp, shooting pains in the fleshy part of the right little toe.

Piercing stitches in the hard skin on the little toe.

Formication in the toes.

Formicating itching of the toes, for four nights.

Burning itching of the toes.

The nail of the big toe pains violently, almost like an ulcer, on slight pressure.

A corn that has hitherto been painless commences to have burning and shooting pains, at a slight external pressure.

Extreme sensitiveness and irritability of the nerves in various parts e.g., on the septum of the nose.

Great irritability of the nerves; every impression on body and mind excites the nervous system to a sort of internal tremor.

Drawing pain in the limbs, with paralytic sensation, especially in the thighs and legs.

Drawing pain in the shoulder-joints, the hips, and especially the knees.

Drawing pain in the gastric region and in the back.

Stitches in the joints, both when at rest and in motion.

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