Author: Cyrus Boger
Haemorrhagic-herpetic diathesis. Oozing haemorrhage, < night. Laxness; joints seem loose; easy indentation. General puffiness. Enlarged feeling, head, heart, etc.
Awkward in speech and action; drops things, stutters, etc. Inattentive. Weak memory. Confusion on awaking. Weak jointed and nervous. A wedge presses into occiput. Nose stops on lying down. Numb mouth. As of a lump of ice in stomach. Colic, > eating. Bloating. Diarrhoea, < menses. Menses early; more at night, less if in motion; flow between periods. Thick, pussy, acrid leucorrhoea. Short breath on using hands. Visible palpitation. Itching coccyx. Weak hands. Heavy painful legs. Itching eruptions; oozing; forming thick crusts or scabs, with pus beneath (Mez.). Hives, with diarrhoea or menorrhagia. Eczema. Chill during pains.
Region: CIRCULATION, HEART; Uterus; Kidneys; SKIN.
Worse: Menses; Full moon; Getting warm.
Better: Doubling up; Eating.