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Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - T.F. Allen

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

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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Upper extremities

Some jerkings here and there in the left arm,

Great weariness in both arms,

The arm upon which he is leaning at night falls asleep,

Bruised pain in both arms,


The glands in the axillae suppurate,

The shoulders pain on raising the arms,

Drawing pain in the shoulders,

Pain as of a weight upon the shoulders,

Pain as from a sprain, in the shoulder,

Fine tearings in the left shoulder,


Drawing pain in the left upper arm,

Bruised pain in the bone of the upper arm,


Exceedingly violent pain in the bends of the elbows, on stretching out the arms,

Pressive pain or feeling as if bruised in the tip of the elbow, only on moving, after violent walking, disappearing in the open air,


Painful drawing in the flexor tendons of the forearm,

Drawing tearing in the extensor muscles of the forearms and fingers,

Boring, pressive, sore pain on the inner side of the forearm and across the back of the hand, after midnight, aggravated by touch; less during the day,

Bruised pain in a small spot on the forearm,


The wrist is painful,


Swelling of the right hand,

Unsteadiness of the hands and trembling of them when writing,

Heat, redness, and swelling of one hand, with intolerable bruised pain extending up into the arm on moving it,

Frequent burning in the hands,


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

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

Swelling of the finger-joints, with gouty pains,

The fingers are easily put out of joint; they crack if pressed against when the hand is outspread,

Stitches in one finger, as from needles,

Crawling in the tips of the fingers,

Lower extremities

Great weariness in the legs, especially on ascending,

Uneasiness in the legs at times, so that he cannot hold them still,

Uneasiness in the lower limbs, so that she must move them back and forth, during the day while at rest,

Cramplike pain in all the muscles of the leg, while walking, so that walking farther is immediately impossible,


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

Pain in the hip-joints, as if sprained, when walking in the open air,

Tearing in the left hip (on undressing),


The nates and posterior portion of the thighs are painful on sitting,

Sudden weary pain in the thigh, while walking, so that he is unable to walk farther,

Cramp in the thigh, at night, extending to the foot,

Cramp in the muscles of the thighs and pelvis if the thigh is drawn up,

Tearing pain in the right thigh (immediately),

Tearing in the thigh, while sitting, with a numb crawling sensation in it, almost as if asleep,

Tearing pain in the thighs and legs, as from excessive weariness, even when at rest,

Bruised pain transversely through the centre of the thigh,

Bruised pain in the anterior muscles of the thighs,


Swelling of the knee,

Trembling of the knees, with anxiety, heat over the whole body and burning in the soles, on walking in the open air,

Tension in the hollow of the right knee, which makes walking difficult (first day),

Cramp in the knee,

Pain in the knee, as if broken,

Pressive pain in the hollow of the knee, during motion,

Sticking pain frequently during the day, in the right knee,

Tearing in the outer side of the knee-joint, even when at rest, as after great exertion and weariness,

Bruised pain in the knee,


Uneasiness in the legs, he is obliged to keep them stretched out,

The left leg falls asleep in the morning, in bed, with heaviness like lead,

Tension on the back of the legs and in the hollows of the knees (seventh day),

Cramp in the calves,

Cramp in the calves, in the morning, in bed,

Cramp in the calves, only on bending the knees,

A cramplike drawing pain in the leg, beneath the right knee, when walking,

Tearing in the tibiae or in the malleoli, at night,

Tearing in the tendo Achillis, while lying in bed; while walking, a stitch in it,


Cracking in the ankle,

Feeling of stiffness in the ankle, with a sensation of numbness and deadness in it,

Pain as if broken, in the right ankle, when walking,

Pain as from a sprain, by paroxysms, in the ankle, when walking, so that for a moment he is unable to walk farther,

Pain in the ankle as if suppurating,


Swelling of the feet, about the malleolus, with difficult breathing,

Chilblains on the feet which break out with so great sensitiveness after being healed that she cannot wear the shoe,

Burning pain in the feet, especially on the backs, in the morning, in bed,

Burning in the soles of the feet, in the morning, in bed; she must uncover them,

Drawing, burning pain in the feet, extending to the malleoli, in the evening, in bed,

Cramp in the feet,

Cramp between the great toe and the heel,

Cramp in the soles of the feet and in the toes,

A hard pressure as from a small stone, on the heel, while walking,

Stitches on the instep,

Itching, violent stitches on the backs of the feet, at the base of the toes,

Needlelike stitches in both heels,

Tearing pains in the feet, at night,

Tearing and drawing in the soles of the feet,

Pain as after a blow or bruise, causing loud cries, in the evening, after an uneasy sleep and turning in bed, on the outer side of the foot, upon which he had lain; the pain is only relieved by touching and stroking, with the finger, not on motion,

The soles of the feet are acutely sensitive to walking over uneven stones,


Sharp stitches in the fleshy part of the right little toe,

A violent stitch extending into the great toe,

Piercing stitches in the hard places on the little toe,

Tearing in the great toe, worse when walking than when standing,

The nail of the great toe is excessively painful, almost suppurating, on slight pressure,

A corn hitherto painless begins to burn and stick on slight pressure,

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