Author: Cyrus Boger
FLABBY. Weak and heavy. Feels stuffed up. Orgasms. Hard swellings; glands (ductless).
Terrified, anxious look. Eyes seem to protrude. Sorethroat, < sweets. Painfully swelled spermatic cord and testes; stitches in; squeezing in. Hard testes. Noisy, whistling inspiration on falling to sleep. SUFFOCATION; as from a plug, leaf or valve in larynx; waking him; with violent, painful palpitation and blue lips; with heavy sweat. Anxious, gasping breathing. HOLLOW BARKING, CROWING, SAWING OR TIGHT CROUPY COUGH; wakes child; then burning in chest; < cold drinks or excitement; > eating. Voice gives out. Croup; sudden. HOARSENESS. Larynx pains, < touch, singing, talking or swallowing; he grasps it. Diphtheria. Neck; as if a cord about. Choking on falling to sleep. Goitre. Fulness in chest. Apical phthisis. HEART; surgings mount up to neck, head and face; with closure of eyelids and tears. Palpitation. Goitre-heart. Valvular disease. Numb fingertips or lower half of body. Awakes in anxiety. Heat; in spells, with anxiety and cardiac pain, would rather die; and sudden weakness after walking in open air, he must lie down; with cold, moist thighs; < thinking of it.
Region: HEART, valves; Larynx; Trachea; Glands.
Worse: DRY, COLD Wind; Roused from sleep; Exertion; Raising arms; Before 12 P;M.
Better: Lying with head low; Eating a little.