Weakness in the extremities.
Pressing, drawing and burning heat in the limbs.
Marked weakness with trembling which is felt more when moving slowly.
Continued use of the voice proves enervating.
Emaciation with a gone feeling at the epigastrium.
Hysterical and hypochondrical spasms with pain in the abdomen and in the region of the diaphragm.
Rest aggravates, whilst motion relieves, only the debility is felt more while walking.
The pains become slowly worse and diminish slowly.
Anxious sensation of heat from the least motion.
Fainty sensation because of goneness in the epigastric region.
A feeling of hunger, but cannot eat.
Distressing cough of a constant nature.
Colic with sensation of hunger, bitter eructations, and diarrhoea.
Diseases of the mucous membranes.
Diarrhoea consisting of mucus.
Want of desire to urinate.
Sexual desire increased.
Burning in the palms of the hands and soles of the feet.
Sensation of gastric emptiness.