Author: Cyrus Boger
Bad temper. Frantic irritability, snappish and intolerant of pain. Mad during pain. Magnifies her pains. Unappeasable crossness. OVERSENSITIVE. Tosses about, cries out or walks the floor (Ars.); demands instant relief. Beside himself or prostrated by pain. Neuralgic or gouty-rheumatic subjects. Spells of being irritable and restless; OF COLIC; of dry, tickling cough, etc. Cramps, with bilious vomit; of muscles. Numb, on awaking; after pain; hands, when grasping objects. Repeated spasms; of face, arms, legs, etc.
UGLY, CROSS, AND UNCIVIL. QUARRELSOME; vexed at every trifle. Abrupt. Averse to being spoken to or touched. WANTS TO BE CARRIED or what is refused when offered. Omits words. Sensitive to cold wind about ears. Sticking, earache; > warmth. Swelling, or REDNESS OF ONE CHEEK. Faceache (r), to ear. Jaws feel tired. Bad, sour breath. Bitter taste. Thick, yellow-white fur on tongue. Eructations like bad eggs. Distended bowels. Colic going upward; < anger (Colo.). Cutting or wind colic; < night. STOOLS, hot, ACID, GRASS-GREEN, SLIMY, HACKED, yellow-green, OR LIENTERIC; smelling like bad eggs. Irregular, labor-like pains; going up; down inner thighs. Cramps when child nurses. Dark, lumpy menses or lochia. Asthma, < dry weather. Jaundice. Dry palms. Sleepy, disturbed, by pain, starting up, etc. Chilly, yet easily over-heated, hence takes cold. Coldness of one part, with heat of another; < uncovering. Alternate chill and heat. Hot and thirsty or hot sweat, with the pains. Hot coryza; hot stools. Feverish, from suppressed discharges. Sweat on head. Sleepless from abuse of narcotics.
Region: MIND; NERVES; EMOTIONS; Mucous membranes, DIGESTIVE TRACT; Liver; Women and CHILDREN; Left side.
Worse: ANGER; NIGHT; DENTITION; Cold: Air; Damp; Wind; Taking cold; COFFEE; Narcotics; Alcohol.
Better: BEING CARRIED; Mild weather; Heat; Sweating; Cold applications.