Author: Cyrus Boger
DRYNESS; food eaten seems too dry; must drink to swallow. Red, dry stripe down center of tongue, widening toward tip. Inclines to lie down. Dreads to move.
Nervous excitation. Fear of going to sleep. Vertigo, as if rocked. Crawling or as of a cobweb on face. Flaccid, sweaty genitals; glans like a rag. Atonic pollutions. Impotency; after gonorrhoea. PRURITUS VULVÆ; with burning; from pinworms. Violent, sexual erethism, or neurasthenia. Respiratory, alternating with skin symptoms. Hard cough, with asthma; > expectoration. Numb hands. Cold single parts; feet. Heat during sleep, ceases on waking. Sweet sweat, attracting flies. Low fevers.
Region: GENITALS; NERVES; Skin; Mucous membranes.
Worse: Sexual excesses; Motion; Sudden noises; On falling to sleep; Tobacco.
Better: Cool air; Short sleep; Sweating.