≡ ▼

Plumbum Metallicum - Generalities symptoms - Clarke

Lead, Plumbum, Plumb, Plb.


Available in 4C-30C, 200C, 1M-10M, 8X-30X from $6.59
Purchase options
 
HPUS indication of Plumbum Metallicum: Paleness
Common symptoms: Paleness, Loss of smell, Stiffness.

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


Have you ever used Plumbum Metallicum? Yes No

< < Plumbum Metallicum- main page

GENERALITIES

Fatigue

Numbness, stiffness, pain as from fatigue, and contraction of some of the limbs.

Sleep

Great drowsiness during day; tendency to fall asleep, even while speaking.

Coma and lethargy, sometimes with dizziness.

Retarded sleep.

Nocturnal sleeplessness, with abdominal spasms.

Jerks during sleep.

Must stretch in every direction.

Assumes strangest attitudes in bed at night.

Many dreams, sometimes lascivious, with erections.

Talking during sleep.

Convulsions

Convulsive trembling and jerking of limbs, convulsions and cramps, sometimes followed by paralysis.

Generalities

Drawing and tearings in limbs, agg. at night, sometimes shifting their position on the parts being scratched.

Burning sensation in various parts of body.

Violent tingling pains in bones, coming on fitfully.

Cramps and constrictive pains in internal organs.

Paralysis; of the limbs of those who work in lead.

Epileptic fits (without consciousness).

Swooning, esp. in a large company.

Heaviness and torpor of limbs.

Great weakness, with trembling of limbs.

Depression, with want to lie down, and throbbing of arteries in whole body after slight exercise.

Muscles flaccid.

General emaciation, esp. in paralysed parts, followed by swelling of those parts.

Excess of uric acid in the blood.

Anaemia.

Anaesthesia.

Hyperaesthesia.

Arthralgic and neuralgic pains in trunk and limbs.

Dropsical swellings, sometimes of whole body.

Sensitiveness in open air.

The symptoms develop themselves slowly, and sometimes disappear for a time and reappear subsequently.

agg. In the night; from rubbing.

≡ more ...