Stool and Anus.
White, diarrhoeic stools, generally in the morning, with chilliness and colic, obliging one to bend double.
Stools, with tenesmus.
 Intolerable burning at the anus.
Inflammation of the urinary organs ; swelling and dilatation of the orifice of the urethra with pulsative pain through out the penis.
Constant, ineffectual desire to urinate ; contraction of the urethra ; emission of urine in drops.
Urine foaming ; greenish-turbid, smelling hike violets.
 Itching, biting and burning in the urethra, before and after micturition.
Yellow, purulent gonorrhoea.
Men. Burning and sensation of dryness in the region of the prostate gland ; induration of the prostate gland.
Swelling and induration of the testicles.
Dry, painful cough, with dryness in the larynx.
 Profuse expectoration of a greenish-gray, purulent mucus, of a disgusting smell.
Spitting of blood.
Lower. Pain and swelling of the knees and malleoli.
Burning pain (skin, abdomen, urethra, prostate gland, chest).
Heaviness and pressure (abdomen, chest, perineum).
 Chilliness and coldness, in the forenoon, with pain in the dorsa of the feet ; in the afternoon, heat and thirst for water.
Perspiration profuse, of a pungent smell.
Heat in the face on bending the head forward.
Scarlet-red or dark, rose-colored eruption, of an irregular, broad shape.
Dark-colored or bright-red, elevated, intolerable itching lentil-sized, measle-shaped exanthema, in clusters, flowing one into another.
Nettle-rash, pale-red or bright-red, with violent itching.
Rheumatism after suppressed gonorrhoea.
Increased secretion of mucus from the mucous membranes.