Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Syphilinum (Luesinum) in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pains in all the limbs every night after midnight, weary, tired pains, making rest impossible, as he could lie nowhere without suffering in the part on which he rested.
Great restlessness at night, impossible to keep long in one position.
Absolute sleeplessness (vies with Sulphur Sul. in producing quiet, refreshing sleep)font
Wakes soon after midnight and cannot sleep again till 6 A. M.
During the whole 24 hours can only rest from 8 to 10 A. M.
Total loss of sleep for 22 successive days and nightsp
Epileptic convulsions after menses.
Utter prostration and debility in morning.
Dwarfed, shriveled-up, old-looking babies and children.
Shifting pains of a rheumatic character obliging a repeated change of position and posture.
Lancinating rheumatic pains, slightly relieved by a change of position at times, and sometimes relieved by motion.
Pains commence at 2 P. M., gradually increasing till they reach their acme at 9 P. M., continuing exceedingly acute till 3 or 4 A. M., subsiding with daybreak.
Pains more particularly worse in, or confined to, the muscles and joints of lower limbs, for four or five weeks, then they seemed to go to the periosteum and bone itself, consequently becoming deeper and more profound.
The pains produce two sensations, an external one which seems to lie in muscles and joints, and an internal one which is deeper and much more unbearable, so much so that it seems by its profound nature to control the external ones and to cause those pains to disappear, afterward reappearing intensified in the external sensation.
Pains worse in lower limbs, much perspiration which partly better.
Rheumatic neuralgic pains in all the muscles, even in cremaster, not in joints; darting pains in irregular attacks, sometimes lasting a week or two.
The pains gradually increase and decrease; they are worse in damp and especially in frosty weather; they get worse at 4 or 5 P. M., attain their height at 2 or 3 A. M., ceasing about 8 A. M.
Rheumatism with sweating of hands, wrists and legs below the knees, and feet, with great soreness of soles, all worse at night.
Hardly able to lift hand.
Feels worse mornings utter prostration and debility in morning.
Though 17 looked 12, was so reduced and dwarfed; great attenuation of soft parts throughout, spare and hollow; confined to couch for about three years, and for one year was scarcely ever off back.
Feeling of numbness in palms and sole, which have also at times a prickly sensation as if the numb were punctured by a great number of needles.
Slight rigidity of joints.
Rheumatic swelling of left wrist and left great toe which is bluish-red, with pains like sawing off his bones with a dull saw; better from heat of stove, worse from sundown, to sunrise; no appetitep≡ more ...