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Mind and Disposition.

Melancholy, sadness.


Flushes of heat from the abdomen to the head.

Sensation as if the head were tightly bandaged around the forehead.

Tearing in the vertex.

[5] Sensation as if a cluster of hair were pulled out from the vertex.


Violent jerking and twitching in the lids.

Pressure in the ball of the eye.

Inflammation of the Meibomian glands on the lower lids.


Excessive continued sneezing, succeeded by violent bleeding of the nose.


[10] Pricking in the right malar bone.

Pain in the submaxillary glands, extending to the teeth.

Mouth and Throat.

Vesicles on the tip of the tongue.

Numbness of the inner mouth.

Stomach and Abdomen.

Retching and vomiting of watery fluid.

[15] Vomiting of glue-like mucus.

Tingling pain in the pit of the stomach.

Stool and Anus.

Emission of an excessive quantity of flatulence.

Diarrhoea ; stool liquid, with flatulence ; creeping over the skin and cold hands and colic.

Urinary Organs.

Renal colic.

[20] Frequent desire to urinate, with burning in the fundus of the bladder ; painful emissions of small quantities of turbid urine.

Increased emission of turbid urine, containing much mucus, without thirst, with violent contraction of the urethra and pain in the bladder.

Sexual Organs.

Men. Depressed sexual desire.

Itching of the urethra, glans and scrotum.

Women. Menstruation too early.

[25] Stinging in the mamma, going of momentarily by rubbing.

Respiratory Organs.

Violent cough, inducing vomiting ; bleeding of the nose.

Suffocative cough in the evening and after going to bed.


Stitch between the scapula.

Stitch in the small of the back, going off after an evacuation.


[30] Excessive nervous irritation.

Subsultus tendinum.

Illusory sensations.


Chilliness, with cold hands and violent headache, with constant desire to urinate ; urine turbid.

Great heat particularly in the face, with increased secretion of urine.


[35] Aggravation, in the afternoon and evening, during rest and when sitting.

Amelioration of pain by rubbing, pressure, motion.