Pediculus Capitis - Extremities, Limbs symptomsHead-louse, Pediculus Ped.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Pediculus Capitis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Bruised pain on the shoulders and arms, which are very sensitive to touch (fifteenth day),
Severe pricking on the arm, as with a pin (after two hours, first day),
Return of rheumatism in the right arm (third day),
Pain in the bend of the right elbow, especially when extending it (eleventh day),
Smarting raw pain on the left forearm, increased by contact (this pain appeared six months before), (fourth day),
Redness of the hands, with blue spots (eleventh day),
Swelling and redness of the hands (eleventh day),
Itching, redness, and swelling of the veins of the back of the right hand, at 9 A.M. (second day),
The hands tremble so much that she cannot sew (fourth day),
Small lancinations on the back of the left hand, at 2 P.M. (ninth day),
Lancination and severe itching at the first phalanx of the middle finger (fourth day),
Bruised pain in shoulders and arms, which are very sensitive to touch.
Hands tremble so much she cannot sew.
Great weakness of the legs (sixth day),
Violent lancinations above the right knee-pan (thirteenth day),
Very violent lancinations above the left knee-pan, for a quarter of an hour (twelfth day),
Weariness of the knees, especially the left knee, which gives way when standing, at 7 P.M. (fifth day),
Weariness of the knee and upper part of the left leg, from 4 P.M. until evening (thirteenth day),
Throbbing for some seconds above the left knee-pan; it was felt the evening before; it is very circumscribed in a space of not more than eight to ten centimeters in diameter (sixth day),
Ganglion under the foot, as large as an almond, hard, swollen, and extremely painful when walking (twelfth day),
The ganglion on the foot continues (thirteenth to thirtieth day),
Great weakness of legs.
Violent lancinations above r. and l. patella.
Throbbing in l. patella.
Ganglion under foot, very painful when walking.
Skin comes off front of l. leg in patches.≡ more ...