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Remarkable nervous phenomena; hysteria with chlorosis; chorea, dysmenorrhoea, spinal irritability. Bladder tenesmus. Constriction sensations. Formication; Extreme restlessness; must keep in constant motion even though walking aggravates. Hysterical epilepsy. Intense sexual excitement.
Mind.--Sudden alteration of mood. Foxy. Destructive impulses; moral relaxation. Must constantly busy herself or walk. Sensitive to music. Averse to company, but wants some one present. Ungrateful, discontented. Guided by whims.
Head.--Intense pain, as if thousands of needles were pricking into brain. Vertigo. Wants hair brushed or head rubbed.
Male.--Sexual excitement; lasciviousness reaching almost to insanity; seminal emissions.
Heart.--Palpitation; praecordial anguish, sensation as if heart twisted and turned around.
Female.--Vulva dry and hot, with much itching. Profuse menstruation, with frequent erotic spasms. Pruritus vulvae; nymphomania. Dysmenorrhoea, with very sensitive ovaries.
Extremities.--Weakness of legs; choreic movements. Numbness of legs. Multiple sclerosis, with trembling. Twitching and jerking. Yawning with uneasiness of legs, must move them constantly. Extraordinary contractions and movements.
Modalities.--Worse, motion, contract, noise. Better, in open air, music, bright colors, rubbing affected parts. Worse, seeming others in trouble.
Relationship.--Compare: Agar; Ars; Cupr; Mag phos.
Dose.--Sixth to thirtieth potency.