Author: Cyrus Boger
VIOLENT EFFECTS; PROFOUND PROSTRATION, COLD SWEAT ON FOREHEAD, FAINTNESS OR COLLAPSE. SUDDEN, EXCESSIVE EVACUATIONS. Cramps; in chest, bowels, fingers, toes, etc.; with rigidity. Progressive weakness and emaciation; in acute diseases, eg., whooping cough, ague, etc.
Delirium; early; with violence, loquacity or lewdness; during pain. Prays, curses and howls in turn. Acute manias, insanities, etc. Remorse. Loss of ideation. Sits in silence. Melancholia. Overpowering headache. Hair bristles; painful. Face; deathly pale on rising; bluish, pinched or distorted; frowning; terrified look. Red left cheek, as if burnt. Jaws cramp on chewing. Heaviness in teeth. Burning thirst. Craves ice water or sour drinks. Vomits or eructates froth. EXCESSIVE VOMITING, WITH PURGING; violent retching, cutting colic, cramps in limbs and rapid prostration. Cholera; morbus, infantum, etc. Painful epigastrium. Watery, green, odorless or colorless (rice water) stool, or in large masses. Nymphomania. The air seems too hot. Dyspnoea. Tickling down throat, into lungs. Continuous, violent cough; with retching; < cold drinks. Neglected pertussis, with complications. Aphonia. Heart; cuttings at; weak; visible palpitation. Fine burnings, in arms; right to left. Cramps in calves; during stool (Ap. Sec-c.); between scapulae, etc. > motion. Skin feels scorched. Awakes at night trembling. Thready pulse. GENERAL COLDNESS (icy); on vertex; of nose; in mouth; of waterbrash; limbs, sweat, etc. Blood seems to run cold or internal heat with cold (wrinkled) surface. Fevers showing external coldness only. Congestive chill.
Region: NERVES, ABDOMINAL; Heart; Blood-vessels; Vertex; Blood; Respiratory and digestive systems.
Worse: EXERTION; DRINKING; Cold drinks; Fright; During pain; Wet cold.
Better: Hot drinks; Walking about; Covering; Lying.