Mind and Disposition.
Depression of spirits ; imagines he is going to die or be very ill.
Giddiness, with the sensation of fulness over the eyes.
Delirium and loquacity during the fever, with excessive thirst.
Morning headache, with flushed face.
 Headache alternating with diarrhoea.
Rolling of the head during difficult dentition in children.
Perspiration of the head during sleep, with coldness of the flesh during teething.
Pain in the eyeballs and in the temples, with heat, and throbbing of the temporal arteries.
Mouth and Throat.
Offensive odor from the mouth (at night).
 The tongue is furred white, with foul taste.
Dryness of the mouth and tongue in the morning.
Grinding of the teeth at night.
Dryness of the throat.
Rattling of mucus in the throat.
Stomach and Abdomen.
 Regurgitation of the food.
After eating and drinking, diarrhoea.
Vomiting of food with putrid taste and odor.
Colic with retraction of the umbilical muscles.
Fulness and pain in the region of the liver.
Stool and Anus.
 Constipation, with flatulence and headache ; feces hard and dry, and voided with difficulty.
Morning diarrhoea ; stools green (chronic diarrhoea).
Feces yellow or dark-green ; white, slimy, chalk-like and very offensive, with gagging and excessive thirst in children ; frothy mucus ; hot, watery ; undigested.
After stool extreme weakness and cutting pain in the intestines.
Prolapsus ani (with diarrhoea).
 Descent of the rectum from a little exertion, followed by stool or by the discharge of thick, transparent mucus, sometimes mixed with blood.
Suppression of urine.
Frequent nocturnal urination during pregnancy.
Involuntary discharge of urine during sleep.
Women. Pain in the region of the ovaries.
 Suppression of the menses in young persons, with bearing down in the hypogastric and sacral regions, with pains from motion ; better from lying down.
Prolapsus uteri, with pain in the sacrum.
In the earlier mouths of pregnancy she can only lie comfortably on the stomach.
After-pains with strong bearing down.
Hooping-cough, with costiveness and low of appetite.
 Loose, backing cough.
Palpitation of the heart, from physical exertions.
Sleepiness in day-time, especially in the forenoon, with a rumbling in the bowels.
Unrefreshing sleep ; feeling of fatigue on waking in the morning.
Chilliness when moving about during fever.
 Before the chill pain in the small of the back.
Chill with pressing pain in both hypochondria ; dull aching pain in the knees, ankles, elbows and wrists ; consciousness, but cannot talk, because he forgets the words.
Chill with thirst, which increases during the heat.
Heat, with violent headache, excessive thirst, delirium and loquacity.
Perspiration, with sleep.