Magnesia Muriatica - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - HahnemannMagnesium Chloride, Muriate Of Magnesia, Mag Mur, Mag-mur, Mag m, Mag-m.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Muriatica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Subsultus or twitching of the biceps muscles of both arms, as if from something alive in them.
Tearing, on the outer surface of the right arm, with sensation of going to sleep even reaching the fingers, in the morning, when lying on the left side; ceases from rubbing (aft. 5 d.).
Tearing, down the arm, from the top of the right shoulder down into the palm.
Burning on the arm, down into the fingers, starting from the top of the shoulder and extending into the scapulae (1st d.).
The arms are asleep, in the morning in bed, when lying on the left side (13th d.).
The right arm goes to sleep, while he is lying on the left side, almost every night, especially toward morning (aft. 14 d.).
The right arm and especially the fingers go to sleep, in the evening on lying down.
In the upper arm of the left side, bruised, pain, and a stitch in the elbow-joint, with a sensation as if the arm was dislocated, in the evening after lying down (5th d.).
Tearing in the upper arm, seemingly in the marrow.
Tearing on the outer side of the right upper arm, in the muscles.
In the right elbow-joint, violent tearing.
In the left fore-arm, flying tearing pains meander extremely painfully between the skin and the flesh.
Tearing about the fore-arm, in a small streak, near the wrist, only briefly passing away by pressing on it.
Tearing on the inner surface of the left fore-arm, extending into the thumb (3d d.).
Violent tearing behind the left wrist-joint, and toward the index (3d d.).
Both the fore-arms go to sleep, in the morning after rising (2d d.).
Burning pain and constant itching, on the fore-arms.
A red, burning painful spot behind the styloid process of the ulna.
Exostosis on the right wrist-joint.
In the right hand, a drawing pain.
Violent tearing in the metacarpal bone of the left ring finger.
Tearing in the right hand (7th d.).
Tearing and shooting in the ball of the left hand, in the evening in bed.
Tearing in the right thumb.
Tearing in the right middle finger and ring-finger.
Cramp-like pain in the left index.
Shooting pain as from many needles, in the tip of the right middle and ring-fingers.
Tearing in the distal extremity of the left index, ceasing by pressing on it.
Twitching tearing in the left index and middle finger, extending from the middle joint into the tip and nail.
Pricking in the finger-tips as with needles, ceasing by rubbing.
Burning stinging formication in the tips of the fingers.
Numbness and insensibility of the finger-tips, ceasing by rubbing them.
Both the tips are very sensitive to the touch, for a long time.
Tearing pain in the right hip, extending to the knee.
Tearing in the right hip, in the evening after lying down, so that she does not know for pain how to lie; but she feels best by lying on the good side.
Tearing in the right hip-joint, which after pressing and rubbing moves further down, in the evening in bed.
Tearing in the right hip and soon afterwards in the left thigh, especially about the knee, seemingly in the marrow of the bones, in the evening in bed.
Violent twitching tearing, posteriorly in the hip-joints, making him scream, frequently intermitting, in the evening in bed.
Tearing and pain as from a bruise in the right hip, aggravated by walking, in the morning.
Throbbing in the left hip.
Burning, posteriorly on the right hip.
Bruised pain on the nates, per se and when touched, day and night (aft. 33 d.).
Tearing in the nates, while walking, less when sitting.
Severe quivering in the right natis.
Itching burning in the bend of the left thigh.
Itching in the bend of the thigh.
The shaft-bones of the lower limbs pain violently, when walking (aft. 15 d.).
Bruised pain in the left thigh as if it would break off, in the evening (6th d.).
Straining in the lower limbs, the muscles feel too short, this disappears on continued walking.
Muscular pain in the thighs, as after riding on horseback.
Violent pain in the middle of the thighs, in the morning in bed (just before the menses) (aft. 11 d.).
Spasmodic cramp-pain on the inner side of the right-thigh, in the morning (3d d.).
Tensive tearing above the left hough (2d d.).
Painful shooting jerks in the thigh, so that he has to draw up the leg.
Restlessness and turgid straining in the thighs, so that he had often to move his legs, so as to ease himself.
Violent bruised pain in the middle of the two thighs, in the evening, after lying down, preventing him for a long time from falling asleep.
Weakness in the thighs, when standing, it goes off when walking.
Itching on the thighs, with little nodules after scratching.
Tearing in the knees.
Tearing in the knees, now in the right knee, then in the left.
Violent tearing, deep in the right knee.
Shooting below the left knee.
Weakness of the right knee, and a sensation in it as if bandaged.
Drawing pain in the leg, down the tibia into the foot.
Tearing in the left leg (during the menses) (aft. 31 d.).
Transient, very acute pain on the healed fracture of the tibia, broken twelve year's before, as if it would break again.
Tension and tearing in the right calf.
Cramp in the calf, on walking.
Cramp in the calves, the whole night, leaving a pain behind in them, so that he cannot walk next day.
Twitching in both calves, without pain.
Tearing, extending up the calves, when standing.
Tearing down in the right calf, extending to the heel, in the evening.
Paralytic, bruised pain in both the calves and on the dorsum of the foot, in the evening in bed (during the menses).
Heaviness of the legs and feet, in the morning in bed.
In the evening, at an early hour, restlessness in the feet, so that she must keep moving them.
Tension in the dorsum of the foot when sitting, ceasing on moving.
Tearing above the dorsum of the left foot, and transversely across behind the toes, when walking.
Burning on the dorsum of the right foot, as from a drop of a hot liquid.
Tearing on the inner side of the dorsum of the right foot, extending into the big toe.
Dull stitch on the outer border of the right foot.
Tearing in the outer malleolus of the left foot.
Cutting in the heel (aft. 5 d.).
Quivering and twitching in the right heel (3d d.).
Pain, as from a thrust, in the left heel.
Burning of the soles of the feet, in the evening.
Tearing in the sole of the right foot.
Violent tearing in the sole of the right foot, in the evening after lying down, causing him to cry out, then tearing above the right knee, and then in the right hip, almost the whole night.
Formication in the soles of the feet, when sitting.
Formicating shooting in the soles of the feet.
The right foot and leg go to sleep; it goes off by motion.
Trembling of the feet when sitting, it goes off on moving.
Tearing in the big toe, when walking, and then also when sitting.
Painful tearing in the right big toe.
Painful tearing in the right big toe, in the evening in bed (4th d.).
Tearing in the right little toe.
Stitch in the ball of the left big toe.
Sensation as of a drawing inward of the right middle toe, and of the thumb, with pain in them, in the morning on rising and walking.
Drawing, formication and sensation of heat on the toes of the right foot.
Tearing shooting in the corns.≡ more ...