Headache and nausea every other morning, when awaking.
Soreness and pulsation on the back part of the head.
Heat on the top of the head.
Great aversion to light.
 Redness of the face, with dry skin.
Mouth and Throat.
Paleness ; of the mucous membrane of the mouth.
Tongue covered with white fur.
Soreness of the corners ; of the mouth.
Stomach and Abdomen.
Vomiting immediately after drinking, and preceded by thirst.
 Vomiting of bile, with trembling and great nausea, causing great prostration.
Tight clothing is oppressive.
Soreness in the region of the liver.
Stool and Anus.
Constipation, with catarrh.
 Dark-brown, scanty urine, depositing a whitish, clay-like sediment.
Itching of the mons veneris.
Hectic cough, from suppressed intermittent fever.
Cough, with flushed face and tearful eyes.
Difficulty of breathing, attended with perspiration, anxious countenance, sleeplessness.
 Inability to lie on the left side.
Upper. Heat in the hands, sometimes with perspiration.
Lower. Dropsical swelling of both feet and ankles.
Heat in the soles of the feet, in the morning.
The intermittent fever paroxysm generally commences in the morning.
 Thirst a long time before the chill, which continues during the chill and heat.
At the conclusion of the chill, vomiting of bile, or every draught.
Pain in the bones (as if broken) all over, before the commencement of the chill.
Headache, backache and thirst during the chill.
Chilliness, with excessive trembling and nausea.
 Aching pains, with moaning during the cold stage.
During the chill and heat, throbbing headache.
The chill is induced or hastened by taking a drink of cold water.
Great weakness and prostration during the fever.
Headache and trembling during the heat.
 Vomiting of bile at the close of the hot stage.
The fever goes off by perspiration and sleep.
Coldness during nocturnal perspiration.
Distressing pain in the scrobiculus cordis, throughout the chill and heat.
During the apyrexia, loose cough.