Author: Henry Allen
Frequent and extreme changes in sensations; sudden, from the greatest hilarity to the deepest despondency (Ign., Nux m.). Excessively happy, affectionate, wants to kiss everybody; next moment in a rage. Haemorrhage from any part, blood black, viscid, clotted, forming into long black strings hanging from the bleeding surface (Elaps). Headache; during climacteric, throbbing, pulsating, < during two or three days of accustomed menstrual flow; nervous or menstrual headache before, during, or after flow (Lach., Lil., Sec.). Eyes: sensation, as if room were filled with smoke; as if had been weeping; as of cold wind blowing across the eyes; closing lids tightly gives >. Nosebleed: black, tenacious, stringy, every drop can be turned into a thread; with cold sweat in large drops on forehead (cold sweat, but wants to be fanned; with bright red blood, Carbo veg.); in children who develop too rapidly (Cal., Phos.). Dysmenorrhoea: flow black; stringy, clotted (Ust.). Sensation as if something alive were moving in the stomach, abdomen, uterus, arms or other parts of the body (Sab., Thuja, Sulph.); with nausea and faintness. Chorea and hysteria with great hilarity, singing and dancing (Tar.); alternating with melancholy and rage. Spasmodic contractions and twitchings of single sets of muscles (Agar., Ign., Zinc.).
Relation. - Nux, Puls. or Sulph. follow Crocus well in nearly all complaints. Compare: In menstrual derangements (Ust.).