Violent, acute catarrh, particularly of the eyes, nose, and larynx; neuralgic pains; general aggravation from warm air.
Dull pain in forehead and temples (with the acute coryza), ((>)) in open air.
Acute inflammation with profuse burning lachrymation (which is not very excoriating). Pain as if the eyes hung loose on a string. Photophobia.
Acute coryza with violent sneezing (particularly on deep breathing), profuse, excoriating, watery discharge, with lachrymation and headache, (>) open air.
Catarrhal inflammation, with a sensation of constriction in the region of the epiglottis. Pain, sometimes extending to the ear.
Flatulence; pain in hypogastric region, like a fine thread extending inward and upward.
Urine profuse, red; micturition frequent with burning.
Acute laryngitis with great hoarseness and pain on coughing as if the “lining” of the larynx would be torn out, or as if the larynx would split, with sudden lachrymation. Hacking cough (<) cold air.
Fine, thread-like pains, shooting (following amputations or injuries). Ulcers on the heel.
Flitting heat at intervals, irregular (associated with the acute catarrhal symptoms).