Author: Cyrus Boger
Strong urinous odor of patient. Changing or gouty rheumatic pains, < at heart or alternating with urinary symptoms. Pains alternate with heart symptoms. Painful, gouty nodes. Hygromae (Am-c.). Bunion. Meniere's disease (Sal-ac.).
Salty vomitus. Copious, grayish stools; like soap-suds; of a pungent urinous odor; very foul; white. STRONG, HOT, DARK-BROWN URINE; foul, ammoniacal or odor of horse urine. Gravel. Hard, dry cough. Cracking joints; in knees. Profuse sweat, without relief; night sweats.
Region: URINE, Kidneys; Bladder; JOINTS; Heart; Bowels; Left side.
Worse: Open air; Cold; Changing weather.
Better: Heat; Profuse urine.