Sensation of emptiness and hollowness of the head.
Violent headache, with pressure, particularly in the forehead, obliging one to move the head from one place to another ; this gives no relief, nor does sitting up ameliorate it -it is only relieved for a short time by uncovering the whole body, which is burning hot.
When moving the head quickly, or rocking it, sensation as if wind were blowing through the skull.
The head feels as if it were too large (three times its size).
 Pressing headache in the forehead ; she cannot keep the eyes open ; relieved by walking in the open air.
Congestion of blood to the head on stooping.
Pressure, as from sand, in the reddened eyes (evening).
On closing the eyes they feel hot, as if bathed in tears.
Burning of the eyes from candle light.
 Painful ulcer on tine inside of the right wing, with the sensation as if the nasal bones were pressed asunder.
Bleeding of the nose, from one nostril at a time (at night).
Profuse secretion of mucus through the posterior nares, obliging one to hawk frequently.
Violent coryza ; discharge resembles molten tallow.
Heat in the face on bending the head forward.
 Pain, as if bruised, in the left malar bone ; worse on touching the part.
The lips are chapped and painful.
Painful swelling of the left sub-maxillary glands ; worse when swelling and on bending head forward.
Mouth and Throat.
Every tooth on the left side feels as if set on edge ; it feels as if the teeth were too close to one another, or as if a tenacious body were lodged between them.
Great dryness of the fauces.
 Constant hawking, owing to an accumulation of mucus in the posterior nares.
Stomach and Abdomen.
Food tastes insipid.
Beer tastes sweet.
Violent thirst ; longing for acids and salt feet.
After dinner, hot cheeks and forehead, with cold feet.
 Nausea, with dryness of the tongue and violent headache ; worse when sitting up.
Stool and Anus.
Constipation (for six days), followed by copious papescent stool.
Loam-colored urine, with similar sediment.
Men. Profuse perspiration of the genitals.
 Swelling of the prepuce ; the margin of the prepuce feels sour when the linen touches it.
The fraenum is painful, as if pricked by needles.
The glans is sensitive, red, and swollen, and the inner surface and glans secret yellow-green, fetid pus.
Red, flat ulcers on the glans and inner surface of the prepuce, with secretion of the quantity of yellow ichor.
Involuntary seminal emissions during sleep (without dreams or erections).
 During a deep inspiration a sensation as if the air passing through the air-passages were icy cold, an inclination to cough, with difficulty hawking up of bronchial mucus (in the morning).
Back and Neck.
Stiffness of the neck.
Pain, as if the small of the back were broken.
Upper. Pain in the wrists, as if he had been writing much and rapidly.
Lower. Pain in the knees, tibia and tarsal joint, as ; if he had walked a great deal.
 Yawning, with pain in the articulation of the jaw.
Great sleepiness ; falls asleep while standing.
As soon as she falls asleep she starts up, on account of frightful dreams.
Cannot sleep before midnight-tosses about ; if he uncovers himself, he feels ; too cold, and when covered, he feels too hot.
Pulse full and hard.
 Chill ; the skin is of the ordinary temperature, with headache and violent thirst ; relieved by external heat.
Dry heat without thirst, and not followed by perspiration.
The hot parts feel cold when uncovered.
Smooth spots on the palms ; of the hands and fingers, first of a coral color, then dark-red, and lastly copper-colored.
After a short walk in the evening, great lassitude in the upper and lower limbs.
Artificial heat relieves the heat and coldness.
 The pains make him scold and swear.