Author: Cyrus Boger
Weak and dropsical. Scanty discharges. Irritation.
Bewildered. Can't think. Faint. Thirst, but water distresses; vomits every drink. Uraemic vomiting. Sinking at epigastrium. Noisy, yellow, painless, gushing stools. Diarrhoea; with dropsy. Bed-wetting of old men. Enlarged prostate. Uterine haemorrhage, then dropsy (Chin.). Oppression of chest. Rough, dry skin. Can't sweat. Sleepy. Pulse slow, fluttering, irregular or intermittent.
Region: URINARY ORGANS; Heart; Digestive tract; Uterus.
Worse: COLD: Weather; Drinks; Uncovering; Lying.