Author: Cyrus Boger
Feels sick all over. Lack of reaction, in chronic diseases. After-effects of infectious diseases, lasting for years. Enfeebled. RECURRENCE. Clears up confused cases. Migraine. Quinsy. FOUL; discharges; stools; eruptions; sweat; stubborn footsweat; odor of body. Thick secretions. Weak, tender and thin, easily chilled; takes cold; clothing seems large or he feels pushed down. Joints seem loose. HUNGRY or unusually well BEFORE AN ATTACK; but debilitated and reacts badly, and chronicity threatens. Wants to wash parts.
ANXIETY. Forebodings. Despair, of recovery. Gloomy. Feels good and bad by turns. Horrid thoughts. Averse to work. Feels himself poor (reverse-Sul.). Mind dull, clouded, difficult thinking. Head feels separated from body. Headache, follows visual disturbances; alternates with other troubles. Twitching in temples. Sensitive to drafts about head; wants it covered, in hot water. Dull, dry, tangled hair. Gummy, everted eyelids. Humid sores behing ears. Putrid otorrhoea. Hay fever. Face pale, sickly, dirty, fuzzy or puffy. Loose teeth. Tip of tongue feels burnt (Ign.). Hawks out foul, cheesy masses. Filthy taste. Anorexia; with great thirst. Flatus like bad eggs. DARK, GUSHING, HORRIBLY PUTRID STOOLS; of penetrating odor, going through whole house (Pod.); < at night. Cholera infantum. Stool soft, but difficult. Bed-wetting; at full moon. Offensive genitals. Griping in testes. Chronic gonorrhoea. Breathes > lying down or spreading arms apart. Breathing; < open air. Cough, < lying. Gurgling at heart. Panaris. Lumbar ache, < standing or walking. Hot, itching soles. Skin breaks out; < flexures; is dirty, rough or scabby, greasy. Condylomata, on edges of skin. Intolerable itching; < heat (of bed); he scratches it raw or until it bleeds. Heat, with steaming sweat. Sweat; profuse; < night; on palms; cold; easy.
Region: SKIN, FOLDS OF; Sebaceous glands; EARS; BOWELS; Respiration; Right side.
Worse: COLD: Open air; Washing; Weather, stormy, changing; Winter; Heat: Of bed; Exertion; Woolens; SUPPRESSIONS; Yearly; Contact of his own limbs.
Better: Lying with head low, or quietly; Eating; Washing; Nosebleed; Hard pressure; Profuse sweating.