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Manganum Metallicum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - T.F. Allen

Manganese Acetate, Manganum, Mang.


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HPUS indication of Manganum Metallicum: Boils

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


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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Extremities, limbs

Weakness of all the joints; they feel as if stretched; with trembling of the limbs, and a tremulous feeling in the knee and shoulder joints; and anxiety, as if it went wrong with him,

Upper extremities

Weakness of the arm,

A sick, weary feeling in the arm,

Paroxysmal pain in the joints of the arm,

The arm is painful, as if paralyzed by a terrible pain, that suddenly shoots into it from the teeth,

Tensive pain in the joints of the arm and hand, here and there; neither caused nor relieved by rest or motion,

Drawing and tearing to the shoulder through the whole arm,

Pains as from a sprain in the joints of the elbows and shoulders, with much yawning,

Shoulder.

Pain as from a sprain in the shoulder-joint,

Fine sticking and twinging beneath the left axilla, followed by a stitch with twinging in the condyles of the left elbow (after two hours),

A violent tearing externally on the right shoulder, followed by itching (after one hour),

A bubbling in the shoulder-joint, with pain like a boil when touched; he dares not take hold of it,

Arm.

A sudden feeling of weakness in the upper arm, so that he was obliged to let it hang down; with drawing in the biceps muscle,

A fine boring in the right humerus, as if in the marrow; frequently becoming aggravated, when it extends into the shoulder; also frequently somewhat diminished; it disappears on pressure, is relieved by motion of the arm, but frequently returns (after one hour),

Digging in the humerus, at intervals, at night when lying on the same side,

Drawing and tearing pain in the inner side of the upper arm,

Boring-sticking pain on the inner side of the right upper arm, from within outward,

Stitches in the right upper arm, extending towards the shoulder,

A gnawing pain in the lower extremity of the humerus, at night,

Sudden painful jerking on the outer side of the right upper arm,

Elbow.

Pain as from a sprain in the elbow-joint, with much yawning,

Bubbling in the elbow-joint, with pain like a boil when touched,

Tensive pain below the elbow, as if too short, on stretching out the arm,

Forearm.

Hard pressure in the muscles of the forearm, close to the wrist, in every position,

Drawing-sticking pain on the back of the right forearm,

Tearing in the lower extremity of the forearm, as if the radius, relieved by nothing,

Wrist.

Tearing-sticking pain above the right wrist, extending to the forearm,

Stitches in the bones of the right wrist, then a pain as if the capsule of the joint were distended and the bones seized and pushed outward,

Hand.

If she clenches the hand, or attempts to stretch it out, there is a tension as if swollen; at 4 P.M.,

Severe drawing tensive pain in the bones and joints of the right hand, almost as if laced; its disappearance is followed by heat of the hand,

Tearing-sticking pinching in the palm of the left hand, in the ball of the thumb; affected by nothing,

Tearing cramplike pain in the muscles of the right hand, especially of the thumb and index finger; during rest and motion,

Fingers.

A sudden cold feeling in the soft parts of the tip of the left thumb,

Violent cramplike pain in the first joints of the right middle and ring fingers, as if the tendons would be contracted, though motion of the fingers remained perfectly free (fifth day),

Cutting in the first phalanx of the right index finger, with a feeling of warmth in it,

Stitches as from a thistle in the first joints of the left ring and middle fingers, aggravated by pressure (sixth day),

Tearing on the back of the left middle finger, as if the tendons would be torn out, lasting a minute,

Tearing and sticking in the margin of the left thumb, so violent that it seems as though the tendons would be torn out; at 9 A.M.,

Drawing-tearing in the left middle finger,

Jerking-tearing posteriorly in the right ring finger, as if in the marrow, extending to the arm, only gradually disappearing; in the afternoon,

Paralytic pain as after a blow in the first joint of the left index finger, worse during rest,

Jerking or drawing pain in the index finger, in the evening,

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