Nitricum Acidum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - HahnemannNitric Acid, Nit-ac, Nit ac, Acidum nitricum, Acid Nit, Nit-ac.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitric Acid in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
The left arm-joints are painful.
Pressure in the right arm (aft. 37 d.).
Intense tension and contraction in the shoulders and arms, it drew his arms to his body.
Drawing in the arm and hand, as if sprained.
Drawing pain in both arms.
Drawing in the shafts of the bones of the arm.
Tearing in the arm, especially when moving, it also disturbs the sleep.
Hammering in the bones of the arm, as if they would be crushed.
Bruised pain of the right arm (aft. 4 d.).
Sprained pain in the left arm; she cannot bring it forward or backward (aft. 18 d.).
Dull, weary pain and resounding throbbing in the muscles of whole arm.
The right arm goes to sleep, at night.
Paralytic feeling in the right arm.
After shaking the arm, it feels paralyzed.
Lassitude of the arms, as after fever.
Jerking and drawing in the arms and fingers (aft. 3 d.).
The upper arm is painful, as if bruised; he cannot lift it from pain, and the hand becomes cold at the same time.
Twitching in the muscles of the upper arm, especially in the deltoid muscles, without pain, all the day.
Trembling in the muscles of the right upper arm.
The elbow-joint is painful, when stretching the arm.
Tearing in the elbow-joint and twitches radiating from the elbow to the wrist (aft. 4 h.).
Dull pain and stitches in the fore-arm, to the dorsum of the hands and of the fingers (1st d.).
Bruised pain on the outer side of the fore-arm, when moving and when touching it.
Dull pain and shooting in the fore-arm, extending to the dorsum of the hand and of the fingers.
In the fore-arm, paralytic drawing pain, almost all the day.
Drawing, deep in the muscles of the fore-arm, extending along the bones (aft. 28 d.).
Tearing in the left fore-arm and in the hand, with pain when touched.
Sensation of heat in both the fore-arms.
In the left wrist and the palm, heat.
Continual, constant trembling of the fore-arm and of the hand.
In the wrist, on the right side, a pressive pain.
Pinching pressive pain in the right wrist, during the afternoon siesta.
Spasmodic pain in the hand, when seizing anything.
Painful stiffness in the left palm, when seizing anything.
Single visible twitches in the hands.
Drawing pain in the hands, toward evening.
Drawing in the right wrist, for several seconds (aft. sever. h.).
Drawing in the hands (2d d.).
Tearing in the left wrist-joint.
Tearing about the wrist.
Stitches in the right hand (12th d.).
Severe stitches in the left palm.
Bruised pain in the wrist-joint.
Very cold hands.
Very cold hands, with extreme peevishness.
The hand goes to sleep, in the morning, in bed.
The hand goes to sleep and becomes numb, as soon as he rests it on anything.
Trembling of the hands.
Hot sweat in the palms, while the face is hot and red.
Severe itching on the left hand.
Itching on the hands, with chilblains and with swelling of the hands (at the end of April).
Large blue lumps and spots on both hands, itching, chiefly at night.
Eruption on the hands and between the fingers, with itching burning, ceasing on rubbing them.
The fingers pain, when they are moved, with tension of the metacarpal joints.
Frequent drawing pain of the extensor tendon of the index, anteriorly.
Paralytic drawing pain in the posterior joint of the thumb and of the hand, when going to sleep, and when awaking (aft. 2 d.).
Stitches in the middle finger-joints; he could not close his fingers without pain.
Burning pain in the fingers of the left hand.
Bruised pain in the left little finger.
Severe tearing in the left little finger (aft. 1 h.).
Dying off of the fingers in the cold air.
All the fingers go to sleep, with a crawling sensation.
Swelling of the fingers, in the morning on awaking.
Painful swelling of the one finger-joint.
Small, itching vesicles on the fourth finger, as from an incipient herpes.
A suppurating (eroding) blister on the tip of the thumb.
The nates are painful when touched, as if sore.
The nates are painful (at night), when driving in a carriage.
Pain in the region of the right gluteal muscles.
The right hip-joint aches with pressive, tensive pain, when rising from a seat, and starting to walk, as if the head on the femur would be dislocated.
Drawing pain about the hips.
The child limps, and can only tread on the toes.
Soreness, between the upper parts of the thighs, when walking.
Boil below the right hip-joint, with tensive pain.
Soreness on the upper part of the thigh, near the scrotum.
Itching, between the upper parts of the thighs.
The lower limbs feel heavy, and are painful chiefly when sitting.
Pressive tension in both the lower limbs, from above downwards, in the evening.
Drawing pain in the right lower limb.
Drawing from the nates down into the foot.
Tearing in the bones of the lower limbs, so that she had to moan aloud.
Bruised pain in the lower limbs, as from excessive exhaustion.
Bruised feeling and heaviness of the lower limbs.
Great heaviness of the lower limbs, so that he could only drag himself along with difficulty.
Paralytic pain in the left thigh and leg, recurring every few hours.
Lassitude in the lower limbs, merely when lying down, not when walking.
Crawling in the lower limbs, from the hips to the toes, frequently, by day and by night.
Sensation of heat, with lassitude in the joints of the lower limbs.
Violent burning itching on the right lower limb, without any eruption.
Coldness and sensation of coldness in the whole of the right lower limb (aft. 2 h.).
After a walk, weakness in the left thigh, with sensation, as if the blood stagnated in it.
On the head of the femur, shooting pain.
On the thigh, a pressive pain, above the knee, below and within; this makes the limb weaker and stiffer (aft. 3 d.).
Spasmodic contraction in the middle of the thigh, and below the two calves; frequently by day, a tension as if the parts were drawn together with a bandage.
Drawing in the muscles of the thighs, as if something heavy hung on them.
Drawing in the thighs in the evening, and itching in the skin there.
Drawing and tearing in the thigh, from the knee up, on sitting down; relieved by sitting.
Tearing in the thigh, upward from the knee, when walking.
Beating and throbbing in the thighs; as if they were festering within; they do not bear the slightest touch, and are at one time hot, and then again cold.
Bruised feeling in the left thigh.
Bruised pain on the lower part of the thigh, on stepping forward.
Bruised pain in both thighs, as if fractured (aft. 6 h.).
Pricking in the thighs.
Itching on the thighs; she had to scratch till they bled.
Intense itching on the outer side of the thigh, at night in bed; it soon returned after scratching.
A dry tetter on the outer side of the thigh, painful when touched.
Boil on the thigh.
The hough is very tense and, as it were, constricted, all the afternoon (aft. 72 h.).
Pain in the left patella, so that he can hardly tread, and can not walk at all (aft. 11 d.).
Painful stiffness in the hough, so that he has to limp when he begins to walk.
Stiffness of the right knee.
Tensive pain in the knee, when moving.
Straining in the hough, as if the tendons were too short.
Painful contraction in the knee.
Violent drawing in the knees, terminating in a twitch.
Tearing in the knee, extending into the hip, at night in bed, after much walking.
Shooting pain in the knee, when standing.
Stitches in the hough, at night.
Shooting pain on the outer side of the knee, when walking.
Sprained pain of the knee, especially when going down-stairs.
Sprained pain and as if bruised, in the patella, when walking, especially when going down-stairs; when walking on a level, the pain is gradually diminished, and may also cease for a time; it is also painful when strongly bent, and the knee cracks.
The knees give way in walking, so that sometimes he could not get along.
Feeling of swelling in the houghs, when walking in the open air.
Cold knees (14th d.).
In the leg, momentarily a sharp pain, running down from the knee to the tips of the toes, by day and by night.
Cramp pain of the whole of the lower part of the leg, constant, in the muscles and tendons, and also painful when touched.
Cramp in the calf, toward morning.
Violent cramp in the calves, at night.
Severe cramp in the calf, on drawing up the leg.
Severe cramp in the calf on stretching the foot, e.g., when drawing on a boot.
Drawing in the middle of the calf, both at rest and in motion, at times passing in spasmodic, rapid twitching, in frequent paroxysms, for two hours (at once).
Drawing in the legs, extending into the knees.
Paralytic drawing on the bones of the leg.
Paralytic pain in the whole leg, with such heaviness and lassitude that he did not know where to lay it; only while at rest, not when walking.
Great lassitude and weariness on the lower part of the leg, after walking only a little.
Sensation of heat in the legs, which yet feel cold to the touch.
The feet are painful; he can bear no shoes on them.
Pain in the periosteum of the os calcis (6th d.).
Drawing in the feet, extending to the knees.
Drawing pain in the feet, when walking.
Drawing in the upper part of the right metatarsus (aft. 9 h.).
Drawing pain, extending from the ball of the foot to the heel, with sensation of weakness.
Tearing in the right foot, in the morning.
Tearing in the left foot.
Tearing in the right metatarsus (aft. 11 h.).
Tearing and shooting pain in the right foot.
Stitches in the ankles.
Single stitches in the right foot (10th d.).
Sprained pain in the ankle-joints, in the morning on rising.
Heaviness in the ankles, extending through the feet, when walking and treading, as if they had been pressed together.
Sudden giving way of the ankle-joint in walking.
Severe swelling of the feet, after walking in the open air.
Burning above the ankles.
Burning of the feet.
Itching on the feet.
Icy cold feet and lower limbs, toward noon.
Constant coldness of the feet, extending to the calves, by day.
Sweating of the left foot (6th d.).
Profuse sweat of the soles of the feet, causing soreness of the toes and of the balls of the feet, with stinging pain, as if he was walking on pins.
Sweating of the feet, also cold sweat.
It restores the suppressed sweat of the feet (in the after effects).
The toes, soles of the feet and corns are painfully sensitive, as if inflamed.
Pain in the ball of the little toe, when walking.
Violent stitches in the right big toe, and in the sole of the foot, which keep her for a long time from sleeping.
Pain under the nail of the big toe.
Violent burning under the nail of the big toe, in the evening in bed.
Intense crawling and itching in the big toe, in the evening.
Redness, inflammation and swelling of one toe, with burning pain; after the foot got wet.
Redness and heat of the big toe and its ball, with shooting pain in it, as if it had been frozen.
Chilblains on the big toes.
Eroding blisters on the toes.
A corn, with burning pain, forms on the middle left toe.
The corns begin to be painful.
Eroding pain in the corns.
Aching in all the limbs, seemingly in the bones.
Pain in the arthritic nodes, which hitherto had been painless.
Spasmodic stiffness of the back and the whole body.
Stiffness in the lower limbs.
Tension in the arms and in the lower limbs.
Sensation of tension in the head and the whole body.
Pain as from rigor in the left arm and lower limb.
General tension of the nerves, with much thirst.
Drawing in all the limbs, making it comfortable to extend and stretch them.
Drawing pain in the periosteum of all the bones, as before ague.
Drawing and tearing in the whole of the body.
Drawing upward from the foot, extending into the back, when moving.
Drawing and burning in the limbs.
Frequent drawing pains in almost all parts of the body, quickly coming and quickly ceasing.
Pressive drawing pain around the joints of the houghs, the malleoli, etc.
Twitching on all parts of the body.
Twitching and stretching of the limbs awake him twice from his noon-siesta.
Twitching and tearing in the joints.
Much muscular twitching; also quivering of the eyelids.
Burning in the joints.
After walking, the joints are painful, as if luxated (dislocated).
Great sensitiveness in the morning in the joints, without any definite pain.
Cracking in all the joints, when moving.≡ more ...