Stinging pains in the limbs and neuralgic pain in the left ankle.
The pains are generally accompanied by a benumbing sensation.
The symptoms are caused and aggravated by a change of temperature, especially when entering from the open air into the room and vice versa.
Very violent diarrhoea with griping.
A great deal of belly pain, as if pierced with a lance.
Cramps around the navel; seems as if pain was caused by the bowels becoming twisted.
General lassitude and sleepiness in the morning after rising.
Tearing from above downwards.
Faceache aggravated by change of temperature and pressure.
Burning urination with frequency - increase of urine with pressure in the bladder.
Severe soreness in the pharynx, felt in swallowing and cough during sleep, especially in children.
Sensation of heat in the epigastrium, as if from dyspepsia.
Great stiffness in left ankle joint and more or less soreness and stiffness in the joints of the lower extremities.