Author: Cyrus Boger
Violent onset, profound exhaustion and lack of reaction, even speechless; as in cholera infantum, convulsions, etc. Can't stand or hold head up. Weak, nervous and prostrated; from over-work. Can't fix attention. Parts feel screwed together. Lancinating pains. Distress in occiput and nape. Violent convulsions.
Weepy; < as disease progresses. Dizzy and drowsy (Gel.). Squeezing headache, > passing flatus. Eyes turn down. Face sunken. Deathly aspect; blue white palor about lips. White linea nasalis. Tongue feels too long. Nibbling appetite. Regurgitates food long after eating (Kre.). Violent sudden vomiting of milk. DEATHLY NAUSEA. VOMITS LARGE, HARD CURDS, THEN LIMPNESS AND DEEP SLEEP. Retching. Digestion ceases from brain exhaustion. Stomach seems turned upside down. Bubbling at navel. Yellow-green, slimy diarrhoea. Watery menses. Lymphatics swelled, like a string of beads. Eruptions that itch from heat. Ecchymoses. Cool, clammy skin. Heat without thirst. Sweat (cold) with aversion to uncovering.
Region: BRAIN; Nerves; Digestion; Occiput; Neck; Glands; Liver.
Worse: MILK; Hot weather; Dentition; Frequent eating; Over-exertion.