Author: Cyrus Boger
WEAKNESS, faint-like; can hardly talk. Heart slow, with indefinite or causeless symptoms. HEART SLOW, weak or irregular; quick, on motion; with liver or sexual symptoms; at puberty. Must walk about, with precordial anxiety; with teasing to urinate.
Anxious solicitude. Dizzy. Crashes in head; on dropping to sleep. Spastic hemicrania. Yellow-red conjuctiva. Seething in ears. Face pale; bluish, also lips and tongue. Thick, flabby tongue. Much thirst, little appetite (Sul.), but no fever. Deathly nausea or with faint sinking at pit of stomach. Liver sore, swelled. White, putty-like stools. Dribbling urination. Dropsy. Throbbing in neck of bladder. Early morning erection. Swelled prostate; senile. Atonic night losses. Glans inflamed; gonorrhoea of (Jaca.). Profuse, thick, yellow-white gonorrhoea. Slow breathing. Cough, with pains in shoulders and arms. HEART; weak; feels like stopping; sprains; palpitation. Slow, intermittent pulse. Numb or weak left arm. Drowsy. Dreams of falling; wakes with a shock. Cold skin. Flushes of heat, then great weakness. Cold, clammy sweat.
Region: Vagus; HEART, muscle; CIRCULATION, Liver; Lungs; Stomach; Occiput; Genito-urinary organs.
Worse: Raising up; Exertion; Heat; Lying on L; side; Motion; Smell of food; Cold drinks; Excesses: Sexual.
Better: Rest; Cool air; Lying flat on back.