Author: Cyrus Boger
Free, acrid, watery secretions. Acute catarrhs. Acrid pus.
WATERY EYES; swimming in tears; as of a hair before them, wants to wipe them. ABUNDANT, ACRID OR HOT, SMARTING TEARS, with bland coryza; < open air, lying or coughing (Chel.); leaving a varnish-like mark. Photophobia; with spasm of lids. Pressive, cutting eye-pains. Sticky eye-gum. Red, burning-itching tarsi. Violent injection. Conjunctivitis; of measles. Thick yellow or acrid discharge from eyes. Chemosis. Chronic sore eyes. Gushes of fluent coryza. Loose cough. Easy expectoration, in day time only, less on lying down at night; (reverse - Thu.).
Region: MUCOUS MEMBRANES, EYES; Nose; Chest.
Worse: SUNLIGHT; WIND; Warmth; Room; Evening.
Better: Open air; Winking; Wiping eyes.