Author: Cyrus Boger
Violent cramps and colics; inflammatory; in chest, fingers, calves, toes, etc.; with obstinate hiccough or icy cold body. Convulsions. Chorea. Sharp, shooting abdominal pains. Visceral neuralgia. Intestinal catarrh. Cholera infantum. Vomiting and diarrhoea; with uraemia. Rice water stools. Weak heart. Cold, clammy, intermittent sweat. Leg cramps, > pressing foot on floor (Stry-p). Numb, paralysed feeling in legs.
Region: DIGESTIVE TRACT; Muscles; Nerves.
Worse: Touch; Pressure; Dampness.