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Lac Caninum - Back And Neck symptoms

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HPUS indication of Lac Caninum: Alternating sides

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


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BACK AND NECK

Back and neck

Pain

sore, bruised, beaten; lumbar (lower half of back)

Neck

neck

bending head backward

wandering pain

aching; neck; bending head back

Skin; like insects crawling on skin; neck

Stiffness; neck

Tension; neck (see spasmodic pulling)

Back

Heat; lumbar (lower half of back)

Pain

morning

on waking

when travelling

in women; during period

dorsal (shoulder level); shoulder blades; right; under shoulder blade

dorsal (shoulder level); shoulder blades; left; under

dorsal (shoulder level); shoulder blades; between

evening

when bending forward

extending to other parts; breast bone

lumbar (lower half of back)

on bending forward while sitting

leaning forward

sewing

sitting bent

sacrum (base of spine)

morning

evening

bending backward

during movement

travelling

rising from sitting

while sitting

when stooping

extending to other parts; hips

extending to other parts; hips and thighs

extending to other parts; down legs

extending to other parts; legs and feet

spine; irritation

aching

dorsal (shoulder level); shoulder blades; between them

dorsal (shoulder level); shoulder blades; between them; leaning back

dorsal (shoulder level); shoulder blades; between them; on becoming warm

spine

spine; from base of brain to coccyx (bottom tip of spine)

cutting; dorsal (shoulder level); extending to breast bone

cutting; dorsal (shoulder level); shoulder blades; under; left

piercing, stabbing; lumbar (lower half of back)

stitching, sudden, sharp, shooting; dorsal (shoulder level); between shoulder blades

spine; extending to breast bone

Perspiration

Pulsating

lumbar (lower half of back)

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