Author: Cyrus Boger
Burning rawness. Violent inflammation, then acrid, yellow or green, offensive discharges. Catarrhs.
Veins of forehead distended. Gelatinous, cold stools; with grains like rice. Cramp or cutting-burning after urinating. Stringy gonorrhoea.
Region: Mucous membranes, URETHRA; Bladder; Vagina.
Worse: Night in bed.
Better: Walking about.