Paralysis or Infantile Paralysis (Poliomyelitis)
Paralysis in old age is, usually, the result of either a rupture or a blockage of one or more blood-vessels of the brain.
Polio is, usually, a childhood problem which is caused by an invasion of specific viruses in the spinal cord.
Check if most symptoms of any of the below-given medicines match with most of your symptoms :
Aconite 30 : Sudden attack of paralysis accompanied by extreme restlessness, anguish and fear, especially towards the late evening; the victim feels he is going to die and even predicts the time; the skin is dry and hot; there is unquenchable thirst for large quantities of cold water.
Belladonna 30 : Sudden, right-sided paralysis with pain and burning of the affected parts. In a severe attack, there may be semi-consciousness or violent delirium.
Causticum 30 : Paralysis of single parts (e.g., face, a limb, vocal cords etc.) usually of the right side Dike Belladonna). However, unlike Belladonna, the paralysis develops gradually. There is great rawness and soreness of the affected part with muscle-twitching.
Gelsemium 30 : Gradual, wide-spread paralysis with trembling of the affected part. Other general features include dullness, drowsiness, dizziness and thirstlessness.
Nux vomica 30 : Paralysis, especially of the lower limbs, forcing the patient to drag the feet while walking; involuntary, automatic motion of the right hand towards the mouth. Other general features include: highly irritable nature, longing for stimulants, intolerance for cold weather/air and frequent, ineffectual desire for stools and urine.
Opium 30 : Painless paralysis with heavy, stupid sleep and stertorous breathing. There is involuntary twitching of muscles and jerking of limbs; obstinate constipation; hot perspiration over the whole body except lower limbs.
Phosphorus 30 : Paralysis starts from the toes/fingers and then spreads onto the body; burning in the affected parts. Other general features include: an oversensitive nature, craving for cold foods and an inability to lie on the left side.
Plumbum met 30 : Progressive paralysis, usually of single muscles / parts; extensor muscles of the limbs are affected more, so that the victim suffers from hand-drop and / or foot-drop. Other general features include: excessive depression, ringing in the ears and distinct blue lines near gum-margins.
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