Mind and Disposition.
Nervous irritability and exaltation.
Pain, as from contraction in the forehead, temples, and behind the cue, with watering and burning of the eyes, worse in the afternoon, (5 P.M.), relieved when sitting, and by washing.
Inflamed eyes, blear-eyedness.
The eyes stare.
 The cold air is pleasant to the eyes ; sunshine, light, and wind, are intolerable.
Pressure and tension in the region of the orifice of the meatus auditorius.
Accumulation of cold, watery saliva in the mouth.
Eructations putrid or sour, setting the teeth on edge.
Violent, empty retching, which increases all the symptoms, only relieving the head.
 Vomiting, with great anguish, under violent exertion, with chilliness.
Vomiting, with diarrhoea and violent colic.
Stool and Anus.
Diarrhoea, consisting of tenacious mucus.
During stool, discharge of thick, black blood.
Prolapsus ani during stool.
 After stool, pressing and straining, and discharge of white, viscid, bloody mucus.
Over-sensitiveness of the nerves, the scratching of linen or silk is insupportable.
Sensation of lightness in the limbs, when she walks she thinks she is gliding through the air.
Pulse full and accelerated.
Chilliness and coldness, after eating and drinking, with heat of the head.
 Heat, especially in the face, and in the palms of the hands.
Perspiration smelling sour at night, in the arm-pits.
Easily, excited perspiration, especially on the upper part of the body.
Aggravation in the evening, and in cold and dry weather.
Amelioration. Many symptoms disappear from washing the face in cold water, and from wetting the affected part.