Shooting pains or twinges. Heaviness of the whole body.
Sticking pains in the middle of the head and temples; weight on forehead; (<)stooping. Frontal pain, and a feeling as if thread were being drawn through the eye to middle of the head. Heaviness in the occiput. Headaches; (<)mental effort. Scalp and skin of forehead sore to touch.
Clinical. Neuralgia, especially from tobacco and tea.
Burning in the eyes. Lachrymation. Eye-balls feel too large. A feeling of a string drawing the eyes into the head.
Shooting pains in the left malar bone, which becomes sore to the touch.
Pain in the spine, extending upward and downward from the lower cervical vertebra, with soreness on the top of the head. Neuralgia of the coccyx.