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Saccharum Lactis - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Saccharum Lactis: Weakness

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

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Upper extremities

Swelling in r. arm below elbow, sore to touch, and pains when she moves arms in certain directions.

Pain in forepart of r. upper arm.

Pain from top of r. shoulder to nape of neck.

Pain from r. shoulder passing down to waist.

Pain in r. shoulder passing a short distance down back.

Pain in top of r. shoulder passing to back and upper part of neck.

Pain passing from r. shoulder to elbow.

Pain in back of r. shoulder.

Pain from r. shoulder to l. breast.

Pain in axillae.

Sharp pain in all r. fingers except little finger.

Pain in both hands passing to ends of fingers.

Skin under nails looks dirty, it cannot be washed or scraped off for two days.

Pain in dorsal surface of r. hand.

Pain in palm of r. hand.

Itching in palm of r. hand.

Pains all through r. hand.

Grasping anything with r. hand causes pains to pass from all the fingers into palm.

Violent itching of a liver spot on r. hand.

Pains in hands passing in all directions.

Pain in palmar surface of r. wrist passing into thumb.

Pain passing from tip of r. little finger to elbow.

Pain in r. wrist.

Pain passing from r. wrist to elbow.

Pains in both wrists, encircling them.

Pain with slight stiffness in both wrists.

Lower extremities

(Inflammation and awful pain extending down whole trunk of r. sciatic nerve.).

Pains in thighs and hips.

Soreness of gluteal muscles on pressure.

Soreness in streaks, extending from anus down back of legs to heels; can feel a rigidity (not raised) where the soreness is.

Hot flashes in lower limbs.

Pain from forepart of r. knee to anterior-superior spine of r. ilium and passing back to middle of sacrum.

Pain in r. instep when bending foot.

(Pain like gout in r. toe, sometimes slight pains upwards in r. limb; toe will not bear contact of any shoe; pain always the same standing, walking, or lying down; continued exercise agg. it.).

Balls of feet covered with little corns, which are very painful when walking.

All her corns become painfully sensitive.

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