Author: Cyrus Boger
BRUISED SORENESS. Hard, aching, squeezing or throbbing pain. Tired, fagged. Deep trauma or septic wounds; especially abdominal, pelvic, etc. Acrid pus; destroys the hair. Bleeding.
Impulse to move. Headache, ending in shooting. Fulness about spleen. Falls on coccyx (Hypr.). Boils. Wakeful; too early. Sensitive to cold. Senile blood stasis. Unbearable pains that drive to distraction, < heat and > cold. Senile vertigo.
Region: BLOOD-VESSELS; Nerves; Spleen; Joints; Left side.
Worse: INJURY; Sprains; TOUCH; Cold baths or drinks; Wet; Becoming chilled when hot.
Better: Continued motion; Cold (local).