Trituration of the middle layer of oyster-shells.
Hahnemann proved first the Calcarea acetica, and his provings were printed in his Materia Medica ; but after he had commenced to triturate insoluble substances with milk-sugar, he preferred to use in the preparation of Calcarea carbonica the whitest pieces from the middle of large broken oyster-shells. This had been a favorite medicine with him for sick children, in former times, when the chemists considered it a pure carbonate of lime.
When his grand master-proving was published, he added the symptoms of the acetate, because very similar, but distinguished them by a line —
Accurate analysis has shown that some portion of the phosphate is contained even in the whitest pieces taken from the oyster-shells ; and the long-lasting famous lawsuit of the East-India Company about the James powders has shown that there is an essential difference in the effect on sick persons between chemical preparations apparently alike, if the same substance has been taken from the mineral or animal kingdom. Hence it has been preferred to name it as above.
Enfeebled memory. θ Epilepsy.
Forgetfulness ; vanishing of thoughts.
Misplaces words, tendency to express himself wrongly.
When roused opens eyes with absence of mind and alarm, murmuring, frightened. θ Intermittent.
Buried in deep thought ; anxiety about present and future.
Rush of thoughts prevents sleep.
Cannot get rid of one and the same thought at night, even during light slumbers. θ Typhoid.
Mind full of concern about imaginary things that might happen to her. θ Chlorosis.
Mind is confused, so that what is read or heard is not understood or comprehended.
Intellect dull ; unable to progress in her studies. θ Epilepsy.
Thinking is difficult.
Absent-minded, after nausea in afternoon.
Stupid, peevish, in the intervals. θ Epilepsy.
Appears to be lapsing into complete imbecility. θ Epilepsy.
Imagines some one is walking beside her ; that something hanging over back of chair is a person sitting there, etc.
Feels as if she would lose her senses. θ Megrim.
Visions of faces and persons, when eyes are closed. θ Typhus.
Mental aberration with horrid visions before eyes and cardiac anxiety ; he despairs of his salvation and wants to stab himself.
Delirium. θ Second week of typhus.
Sees and plays with cats and other animals in delirium. θ Nervous fever.
Mania-a-potu, with delirious talk about fire, rats, mice and murder.
Mania ; sees many curs crowding around him, fights them off. θ From chilling feet and legs in potter’s clay.
Desire to go home. θ Insanity.
Desire for company.
Steady inclination to work, with mental anxiety.
Inclination to weep, with mental depression ; weeps when admonished.
Feels as if she would like to run up and down and scream.
She thinks and talks of nothing but murder, fire, rats, etc.
Violent screaming spell every day at 5 P. M., so hard as to cause a scrotal hernia ; infant, at. 5 weeks.
Changeable mood ; easily laughing or crying. θ Neurosis cordis.
Disinclined to talk, and very irritable.
Taciturn, with a dry tongue.
Disinclination for every kind of work. θ Coryza. θ Addison’s disease.
Does not care to get well, or to do anything to assist recovery.
Weeping mood. θ Muscular atrophy.
Weeping and anxious.
Whimpering. θ Catarrh.
Low-spirited and melancholy, with weeping and despair of life.
Low-spirited and depressed. θ Diarrhoea. θ Muscular atrophy. θ Phthisis pulmonalis. θ Chorea.
Despondent and melancholy, in highest degree, with a kind of anguish.
Children sad and unhappy.
Weary of life. θ Catarrh.
Hopelessness ; despair.
Hypochondriacal mood. θ Coryza.
Anxious and irritable by spells.
Anxiety : with nausea ; during sweat ; during typhus.
Anxious about getting well, during the intervals. θ Epilepsy.
Apprehension about present and future.
Apprehensive mood : as if some misfortune was about to happen ; about his health ; that he might have an organic disease of the heart.
Fear, that something sad or terrible will happen.
Fears she will lose her reason, or that people will observe her confusion of mind.
Fear : of death ; of consumption ; of misfortune ; of being alone.
Child is afraid of everything it sees. θ Inflammation of brain.
Concern about spiritual welfare.
Feels awe-stricken at night. θ Diarrhoea.
Anxiety, shuddering and dread as soon as evening comes on, with fear of death ; torments those around him day and night.
Great anxiety : with spasm in rectum ; with dull shocks from posterior wall of chest up to between shoulders.
Great anxiety and oppression. θ Scarlatina.
Great anxiety, restlessness and palpitation.
Anguish, with palpitation of heart.
Fear excited by reports of cruelties.
Great anxiety, in evening, for which no reason could be assigned. θ Uterine tumor.
Despairing ; hopeless of ever getting well ; with fear of death, tormenting all around day and night.
Indifference ; does not care to get well ; reticence and inertness.
Apathy and depression of mind. θ Addison’s disease.
Quiet, mild disposition. θ Strabismus.
Active, full of fun. θ Boy with chronic diarrhoea.
Excessive mischievousness, with obstinacy.
Voluptuous, lascivious fancies.
Ill-humored, with white blood-streaked stool.
Dissatisfied and easily angered.
Aversion to everything as soon as he sits idle.
Obstinacy and irritability.
Children self-willed, inclined to grow fat.
Irritable without cause ; cries about trifles ; borrows trouble.
Irritable mood. θ Leucorrhoea.
Child cross, fretful and restless. θ Scarlatina.
Children very fretful and stubborn. θ Rachitis.
Irritability, with pressing frontal headache.
Peevish without cause.
Peevishness, much nervous excitement and irritability.
Very peevish and easily vexed. θ Chorea.
Easily offended ; takes everything amiss.
Violence and anger.
Restless mood, with gloominess and anxiety.
Child restless and cross during day. θ Keratitis.
Easily frightened ; tendency to start.
Mental occupation > headache ; better from engaging his attention. θ Chorea.
< by mental exertion, > from closing eyes.
After exerting mind : hyperemia of head ; chorea ; trembling spells.
Aggravation from mental emotions. θ Neuralgia cordis.
Headaches of school-children.
The slight effort of talking gave him sensation as if brain would be paralyzed, mostly in occiput.
From thinking : drawing pain in right side of forehead.
Affections from egotism.
Excitement brings on dysmennorrhoea ; least excitement endangers return of catamenia, or causes metrorrhagia.
Great anxiety and worriment of mind. θ At onset of typhoid.
Mental anxiety, producing palpitation, sweat, nausea and tremor.
Excited by chagrin or fear. θ Epilepsy.
Vexation causes vertigo.
Fright followed by trembling motions of upper and lower limbs in repeated paroxysms. θ Chorea.
Want of memory and confusion in head, with benumbing pressing pain in forehead.
Sensation as if he would drop unconscious.
Feels as if she would fall when walking.
Surging humming in head, with dulness.
Feeling of emptiness in head.
Dulness of head : as if too full ; with buzzing in head ; with sensation of a board before head ; with stinging in neck ; from pressure in lower part of abdomen ; with vertigo, backache and chilliness.
Constant fulness in head.
Dulness of head, particularly in morning. θ Chronic coryza.
Rush of blood to head : with heat, redness and puffiness of face ; < from alcoholic drink ; < in morning when awaking ; < after mental exertion.
Heaviness in forehead ; < when reading or writing.
Heaviness and stupefaction, with nervous erethism, remaining for a few days. θ Megrim.
Dizziness and trembling in morning until he has his breakfast.
Dizzy : after scratching head ; after attack of epilepsy.
Dizziness on going up-stairs. θ Tuberculosis. θ Hemorrhoids.
Reeling vertigo, with nausea and vomiting.
Giddiness when walking or hurried, or after arriving at top af stairs ; inclined to fall to left. θ Sore throat.
Vertigo : in morning, in bed ; when rising or shortly after ; < stooping, with darkness before eyes ; after walking ; when standing and looking about ; as if things were turning with her ; < looking upward ; on going up-stairs, especially when running ; when turning head quickly ; in morning, with nausea and vomiting.
Vertigo : when climbing into high places ; on going up-stairs, or up a hill ; on suddenly raising or turning head, even when at rest ; on walking in open air, as if he would tumble, especially on suddenly turning head ; with stupefaction and a sensation of falling (neurosis cordis) ; with inclination to fall backward or sideways ; with headache ; nausea and vomiting, incarcerated flatulence ; accompanied by nausea and a feeling as though one would fall unconscious ; with unsteadiness in thighs when walking rapidly ; in Addison’s disease ; during intervals of epileptic spasms.
Pressure in forehead, with nausea and belching.
Headache centres with such violence on top of head that she thinks brain is dissolving and she will go crazy. θ Megrim.
Severe, particularly frontal, headache ; < in forenoon and from mental exertion ; pallor ; indigestion ; lassitude, principally in morning. θ Chronic headache after suppression of itch.
Stupefying pressing ache in forehead, during rest and motion. θ Chronic coryza.
Stupefying pressive pain in forehead, with confusion of senses and dulness of whole head, while reading ; he was obliged to stop and did not know where he was.
Heavy pressing frontal headache, with belching and nausea ; must close eyes ; < from mental exertion, stooping and walking in open air ; from rising up, in warmth and lying on back.
Pressing as if forehead would burst. θ Catarrh in sinus frontalis.
Pressive drawing headache through day, concentrates about right eye in evening.
Heaviness in forehead ; < by reading and writing.
Boring in forehead and left temple, in or out morning and evening ; < in open air ; from pressure and stooping ; > from touch.
Cutting pain in forehead.
Painful pressure in forehead, extending down into nose.
Pressive pain in forepart of head above root of nose, in morning. θ Coryza.
Tearing headache above eyes down to nose, with nausea.
Spasmodic pain, drawing from forehead to vertex, after taking cold.
In temples : pressure outward and inward ; drawing pain ; throbbing ; burning ; violent jerks.
Shooting from left temple to right ; < from stooping ; > from pressure.
Shooting pains in both sides of head, with nausea.
Stitches in temples, with head in ears.
Stitching headache over left temple.
Hemicrania left side ; stitches in temple and downward into teeth ; < on awaking, from motion, noise and talking ; > in evening. θ Chlorosis.
Pricking in left side of head, with vertigo.
Tensive headache, mostly in right side of head and temple.
Headache from right temple to vertex ; drawing in root of nose and closing eyes.
Frequent one-sided headache, always with much empty eructation or inclination to vomit.
Headache. θ Addison’s disease.
Sick headache on left side, with scanty menses ; on right side with profuse menses.
Throbbing headache : in middle of brain every morning, continuing all day ; through forehead and base of brain.
Hammering in head.
Headache ; pain being seated in crown of head. θ Reconvalescence from yellow fever.
Violent pressive pain in vertex.
Weight on top of head.
Pressure in vertex and forehead, with irresistible sleepiness after dinner, and cold feet.
Violent throbbing on vertex ; has to lie perfectly quiet.
A surging humming in top of head.
He is roused from sleep every morning at 5 o’clock by a violent aching pain in vertex, which goes off after one hour.
Burning sensation on vertex.
Cutting in vertex and occiput, with distended veins on temples ; sore scalp.
Cutting thrusts from within out, with throbbing in vertex.
Headache extending from back to crown of head. θ Reconvalescence from yellow fever.
Headache begins in occiput and spreads to top of head, so severe that she thinks head will burst, and that she will go crazy. θ Megrim.
Pulsation in occiput.
Dull tearing pain through brain.
Brain as if squeezed and relaxed alternately.
Pressing pain from within outward, occupying only a part of head at a time.
Stupefying headache : from 3 A. M. till afternoon ; < on rising, stooping, or exerting mind ; > closing eyes.
Fulness and heaviness in head. θ Megrim. θ Congestion. θ Hemorrhoids.
Tightness of right side of temple.
Throbbing and hammering of head, in morning ; < from stooping, mental exertion, spirituous liquors, and after walking in open air ; > from closing eyes and lying down.
Concussive throbs in head, abdomen and chest.
Concussive, stitching, pulsating pains in head, as if it would split, with cough. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Stitches in head.
Empty feeling in head, with shooting pains.
Pressing pain, with sensation of fulness, heaviness and pulsation, in head. θ Hereditary headache.
Pains half-sided, tearing, shooting, throbbing. θ Rheumatic headache with children.
Wandering pains in head.
Strange feeling of icy coldness in some parts of head or in whole head. θ Megrim.
Internal and external sensation of coldness of various parts of head, as if a piece of ice was lying against it, with pale puffed face.
Head feels hot, dull and heavy. θ Coryza
Great heat in head ; perceptible at times to hand held 2 or 3 inches from it. θ Tinea.
Brain feels hot and burning. θ Typhoid.
Severe heat in head and great orgasm of blood.
Congestion to head ; with heat and stupefying headache ; with red puffed face ; with toothache ; during night ; < in morning when awaking, and from spirituous drinks ; in menorrhagia ; in tuberculosis.
Nervous sensation as if blood was rushing to head.
Headache. θ Worms.
One-sided headache, with belching. θ Reconvalescence from yellow fever.
Headache accompanied by : weak memory ; vertigo ; noises in head ; fluent coryza or stoppage of nose ; nausea ; vomiting ; constipation ; worms ; menstrual irregularity ; oppression of breathing ; cold feet ; chorea ; epilepsy ; glandular swellings, etc.
Headache aggravated by : thinking about it ; mental exertion ; sexual debauches ; spirituous liquors ; talking ; looking up ; reading or writing ; hot sun ; stooping ; going up-stairs ; walking in open air ; in a draught ; by taking cold ; lifting ; getting wet ; dentition.
Headache ameliorated by : closing eyes ; vomiting mucus and bile ; lying down ; tight bandaging ; pressure ; and cold applications.
Headache after attack. θ Epilepsy.
Stupefying headache, from 3 A. M. until afternoon.
Headache from waking early in morning ; cannot sleep after 3 A. M. θ Reconvalescence from yellow fever.
Violent headache every morning. θ Albuminuria.
Chronic headache upon brain fag.
Inflammation of brain : during dentition ; in scrofulous subjects.
Pressive drawing in right temporal muscle.
Fine tearing or jerking stitches in vertex, towards evening ; < from washing and during wet weather ; > in dry air ; also from scratching and rubbing.
Burning in vertex ; also after grief. Compare Phosph.
Stinging on vertex, in evening ; < in wet, > in dry weather, and from rubbing.
Sore pain in back part of head ; < from touch and in wet weather ; > from scratching and rubbing.
Crepitation in back part of head, followed by warmth rising through nape of neck into head ; < early on rising and at noon after eating ; > on lying down.
Tearing in bones of head.
Painful sensitiveness of scalp, especially on moving muscles of forehead ; < towards evening and in open air, especially damp air and draught, and on getting warm in bed.
Clinching tearing in scalp and muscles of head ; < from washing, and in open, especially damp, air ; > from pressure, rubbing, scratching, lying down, and in dry weather.
Biting, burning and crawling itching on scalp, spreading from back part of head ; < from scratching, which causes lumps and a bloody eruption, which forms into scales ; > in evening on getting warm in bed.
Crawling on scalp and lower part of face.
Itching on scalp ; biting, burning, crawling spreads from occiput, followed by scurfs ; < on getting warm in bed.
Itching burning on head and neck.
Sensation of coldness upon top of head. θ Rheumatism.
Cold feeling on top of head. θ Uterine cancer.
Internal and external sensation of coldness of one (r.) side of head, as if a piece of ice was lying there ; < weather changing ; in early morning ; from motion in open air ; > on lying down.
Head becomes cold very easily, which causes headache, as if a board lay upon head, with pressive pain in it, and chilliness of whole body.
Heat of head.
Heat on top of head after grief.
Sweating of head, very profuse, rolling down face in large, beadlike drops ; the pillow is wet for some distance around child’s head. θ Tinea. θ Chalklike stools. θ Dentition.
Face and head bathed in sweat and running off in little streams. θ Palpitation.
Sweat on back of head and neck, in evening.
Profuse sweat on head. θ Dentition. θ Cholera infantum. θ Colic. θ Metritis. θ Uterine displacement. θ Eclampsia. θ Epilepsy, after attacks.
Sweat all over, especially on head and face, with cold extremities even in hot weather ; must have his feet covered with a feather bed. θ Heart disease.
Copious exhausting sweat, particularly at back part of head and nape of neck, lower limbs remaining cold ; < in evening and on least motion, especially in cold air ; > on sitting quietly and in warm room.
Sweat, particularly on head, in morning when walking in open air.
Nocturnal sweats of head. θ Softening of brain. θ Dentition. θ Impetigo. θ Bronchitis. θ Phthisis pulmonalis. θ Second stage of coxalgia. θ Liver complaint, with dropsy. θ Lymphatic enlargements.
Disagreeable odor about head from sweating. θ Softening of brain.
Cold sweat of head. θ Keratitis.
Head too large, fontanelles not closing. θ Hydrocephalus. θ Rachitis. θ Marasmus. θ Eclampsia. θ Cholera infantum.
Open fontanelles, with large head and much sweating of same ; children leuco-phlegmatic, very fat and of leaden weigh ; abdomen hard and distended, with sour-smelling diarrhoea.
Hydrocephalic enlargement of head ; the boy required a hat several sizes smaller every three or four months while under treatment until normal.
Exostoses on skull.
Swellings in bones of skull, inflamed with sticking pain and hammering ; ending in suppuration ; < from damp, cold air ; > on touching and rubbing.
Idiopathic fungus of dura mater, or cranium.
Convulsive movements of head.
On turning head : vertigo ; and on stooping, she feels as though she does not know where she is ; heaviness in it <; painful concussion in brain ; pain in neck, as though a swelling was about to appear ; swelling on neck painful ; sudden pain in neck, as if dislocated.
Worse on bending head back, or inclining it to right or left ; toothache.
A muscular strain produces headache.
Cannot rest head back. θ Pneumonia.
Orgasm of warm blood to head from pit of stomach.
Cramplike tearing in scalp.
Painful soreness of scalp, more when moving muscles of forehead ; < in evening, open air, damp air, draught, and getting warm in bed.
Itching on scalp.
Scratches head impatiently on getting awake or when disturbed in sleep. θ Coxalgia. θ During dentition. θ Paralysis.
Pain at roots of hair ; hair bristles up when chilled.
Hair falls out ; or comes out when combing. θ Childbed. θ After inflammatory or nervous diseases.
Hair dry ; looks like tow. θ Cholera.
Hair falls out on crown of head. θ Megrim.
Bare spots, size of palms of hands, without a single hair ; on horses.
Falling out of hair, mostly on temples and sides of head down to beard ; dryness of hair ; great sensitiveness of scalp, with yellowish-white scales on same ; sensation of coldness of outer head ; puffed up face ; many small warts on hands. θ Lying-in women.
Papulous eruption on forehead.
Headache with an unusual accumulation of dandruff on scalp. θ Pregnancy.
tenacious, bran-like scurf on scalp. θ Keratitis.
Scales on head, either dry or moist, small or large, thin or thick, and yellowish-white.
Thick scabs on head, with yellow pus ; spreading to face.
Scabs on scalp, thick and bleeding when picked ; also itch a little ; glandular swellings in neck. θ Eczema capitis.
Yellow scabs upon vertex, covering nearly entire top of head. θ Tinea.
Eczema of scalp ; with flatulence, protrusion of navel and screaming spells, at 5 P. M., until scrotal hernia formed (followed by Lycop.).
Dry, thickly encrusted, foul smelling eruption, commencing at back of head and extending over whole head to beard, with crawling and sore, itching pain, > from scratching.
Tinea favosa ; thick scabs covered with thick pus.
Crusta serpiginosa ; herpes circinatus. θ Dentition.
Tumors, suppurating boils and abscesses on scalp.
Easily suppurating hairless boils and encysted swellings on scalp, returning every four weeks (at full moon), painful especially in open air.
Paralysis after striking head against a stone wall ; boy, at. 8 years.
SIGHT AND EYES.
Farsightedness ; snapping as of sparks from an electric machine, in occiput and ears.
Sensitiveness to light, photophobia. θ Megrim. θ Tinea. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa. θ Ulcerated cornea.
Photophobia ; < in morning after rising, and in evening by candlelight.
Great shunning of light, closes lids, sits in corners, bores face in pillows, or hangs head.
Great photophobia ; < in evening ; agglutination of lids in morning. θ Keratitis.
Photophobia, accompanied by a chronic soreness of thighs. θ Strabismus.
Stinging pains in eyes, < from candlelight ; rainbow around light.
Glittering or bright luminous appearance before eyes, with severe vertigo.
Sees a bright star to right side, which she is constantly induced to follow with her eyes, which, however, recedes as fast as she turns her eyes. θ Chorea.
Optical illusions in dark colors ; she saw black spots during physical exertion.
Mist before eyes when looking keenly at anything or when reading. θ Pregnancy.
Blackness before eyes, with nausea at pit of stomach, in morning before meal.
Dim vision after fine work ; objects run together ; desire to close eyes.
Dimness of vision : with feathery appearance before eyes ; as if looking through gauze ; after getting head cold ; after meals.
Dim-sightedness. θ Muscular atrophy. θ Nervous headache. θ Uterine ailments. θ Pulmonary derangements. θ Addison’s disease. θ After suppression of acute cutaneous diseases. θ Chorea.
She sees only half of object to right of that particularly looked at, though it would naturally fall within field of vision. θ Chorea.
Like a shadow before eyes, obscuring one side of object ; pupils much dilated.
Sudden blindness after dinner ; anxious sweat, nausea, and an appearance of bright shiny light before eyes.
Horrid visions when eyes are closed. θ Typhus.
Asthenopia in pale flabby subjects inclined to grow fat ; < in damp weather, from warmth, and after using eyes.
Veils, feathers, shadows or black spots appear before eyes, making vision indistinct ; it is also indistinct from straining of body or mind, from reading, and after dinner.
At 3 to 4 inches distance objects appear blended or flowing into one another. θ Strabismus.
Short-sighted, to read, nose has to touch paper. θ Strabismus.
Severe pain over whole head after straining or overexerting eyes. θ Strabismus.
Slightest attempt to use eyes causes frightful pain in them.
While reading : pressive, stupefying pain in forehead ; darkening of eyes ; must wink ; tension in ocular muscles ; by candlelight, burning and cutting in eyes and lids ; stitching in eyes with flow of tears in sun.
Worse from reading, writing or looking up. θ Nervous sensations in head.
On looking around, vertigo.
Closing eyes : > headache ; horrid visions appear ; feels need of closing eyes.
Pressure, itching, coldness or burning and stinging in eyes.
Tearing in eyes and on head.
Dilated pupils ; often indicated after Sulphur.
Pupils sometimes dilated and sometimes contracted.
Redness of eyes.
Oozing of blood from eyes.
Fungus hematodes with opacity of cornea.
Excrescence on inner corner of eye ; eye inflamed.
Pterygium proceeding from external canthus towards cornea.
Corneal affections of children.
Bluish cornea or bluish spots on it. θ Horses.
Dimness of cornea ; opacity ; macula.
Pustules on cornea, with a tendency to spread and ulcerate ; a white centre with red margin. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
A pustule above centre of cornea with bloodvessels running to it from above.
Pustules on cornea, much lachrymation and excessive photophobia ; < by gaslight, or in morning, and in changes of weather.
Vascular ulcer on cornea.
Ulceration of cornea in child with light hair, blue eyes and distended abdomen. (Resulting cicatrix, Graphit.) θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Corneitis and conjunctivitis.
Ophthalmia : from taking cold ; entrance of foreign body ; in the newborn ; scrofulous ; arthritic.
Foreign bodies in eye.
Inflammation of eyes, with vesicles containing a clear fluid.
Ophthalmia scrofulosa : lids closed, red, swollen, painful, itching, glued together in morning ; conjunctiva inflamed and red ; vesicles filled with pus on cornea ; acrid flow of tears ; great photophobia ; stitching pain in eyes.
Conjunctivitis trachomatosa with pannus ; from working in the wet.
Sore eyes and rough cough ; sheep.
Sensation in eyes as if she should press them in.
Stitching pains through eyeballs at external canthus. θ Keratitis.
Stinging pain in eyes. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Stinging, tearing, burning, pressing, itching in eyes.
Dreams of violent stitches in eye.
Inflammation of eyes, with stitches as of needles, burning, flow of tears, and difficulty in opening, at night.
Smarting, burning and cutting in eyes and lids, especially when reading by candlelight.
Pain in eyeball < in evening and by gaslight. θ Keratitis.
Extending to eyes : pressure in vertex ; stitching headache on right side ; to right eye, pressing pain in forehead ; to eye and ear, boring and stitching toothache.
Stitching in head, out at eyes.
Tearing pain in bones of orbit.
Feels as if she squinted. θ Nervous sensation in head.
Strabismus ; after cutting eye-teeth.
Left eye turns in. θ Strabismus.
On turning eyes tension in ocular muscles.
Sensation as if eye moved involuntarily.
A slight dull or blurred appearance of eye. θ Strabismus.
Anxious look of eyes. θ Chronic diarrhoea.
Lachrymation of reddened eyes ; he can scarcely open them.
Much lachrymation and photophobia. θ Keratitis.
Lachrymation : in open air, or in morning ; while writing ; with considerable pain.
lachrymalis ; thick yellow pus in canthus ; itching, humid eruptions.
Excessive secretion of mucus in eyes.
Burning in canthi. θ Ophthalmia.
Stitches in inner canthi, with alternating stitches and throbbing in eyes, and after the pain disappeared, frequent blowing of nose.
Itching in canthi.
Severe pressure, day and night, as if a grain of sand was under upper lid.
Swelling and redness of lids, with nightly agglutination ; during day they are full of gum, with a hot sensation and smarting pain and lachrymation.
Lids closed, red, swollen, with painful itching in them, agglutination mornings. θ Keratitis.
Lids feel sticky when moving them.
Agglutination and suppuration of lids.
Eyes full of gum in daytime.
Lids are agglutinated with gum in morning ; eyes look watery, and pain if she looks at light.
Eyelids inverted and swollen ; they looked like raw beef ; were stuck together with yellow gum. θ Tinea.
If closed lids are opened by force, a stream of acrid, hot tears gushes out.
Twitching in upper lids, with a sensation as if eye was moving of itself.
A painful sensation as if a small foreign body was in eyes.
Quivering in upper eyelid.
Nictitation in upper and lower lid.
Clonic spasms of eyelids.
Spasmodic closure of lids and photophobia. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Itching margins of lids.
Heat and heaviness in upper lids.
Burning and cutting in eyelids.
Lids hard and swollen ; throbbing pains.
Blepharophthalmia, which destroyed eyelashes and partly lids.
Dry scurf on cilia during day ; lids agglutinated in morning.
Indurations after styes.
Sensation of swelling below eye.
Fine crawling under eye.
Encysted swelling over left eye, congenital.
Dermoid swelling of eye.
Dark rings around eyes. θ Worms.
Obstruction of lachrymal duct ; fistula lachrymalis.
HEARING AND EARS.
Brain sensitive to loud or shrill sounds. θ Megrim. θ Toothache.
Many perversions of hearing ; noises ; deafness, with feeling as if something lay in front of the membrana tympani ; noise or sputtering in ear when using a handkerchief or swallowing.
Ringing in ears.
Cracking in ears when chewing or swallowing.
Roaring in ears ; with nausea ; with inclination to fall.
Ringing, buzzing, singing and hissing or thundering in ears.
Hardness of hearing, especially after suppression of intermittent by quinine ; also from eustachian catarrh.
Deafness. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa. θ Epilepsy. θ Intermittent fever. θ Otorrhoea.
Diminished sense of hearing, with stinging and ringing in ear, alternating with musical sounds ; of twenty-six years standing.
Deafness : right-sided ; in the scrofulous ; < in open air ; > from sweating.
Deafness of left ear, and on shaking bead singing and roaring.
Heat within ears, like hot blood.
Throbbing in ears.
Tingling in ears.
Pain in internal ears, first right then left ; < extreme heat or cold, blowing nose or coughing ; internally tender. θ After variola.
Pain in ear beating, with knocking, buzzing and roaring ; detonations ; meatus externus filled with whitish, pappy, fetid pus or viscid discharge ; membrana tympani perforated. θ Scrofulous subjects.
Pain shoots into ear and head. θ Toothache.
Pulsation, stitching and heat in ears.
Right ear much swollen, with sudden jerking pain, causing whole body to start ; same in eyelids and face.
Stitches in ears and eyes, from within outward.
Earache : < by blowing nose ; with cough.
Dryness of ears, with deafness, or copious secretion of cerumen.
Inflammation and swelling of outer and inner ear.
A little water trickles from ear, with which he hears well ; difficult to hear with other ear, which has normal wax.
Discharge from ear muco-purulent. θ Suppuration of middle ear.
Otorrhoea muco-purulent, affecting principally right ear ; enlarged glands. θ Eczema. θ Scrofula. θ Goitre.
Offensive discharge from ears. θ Pruritus vulva.
Chronic catarrh of middle ear. θ After suppressed itch.
Ulceration, then granulation, then polypus ; great stench.
Tickling at times in right eustachian tube. θ Sore throat.
Stitches or pain in throat extending to ears.
Deafness from eustachian catarrh.
Swellings in ears.
Small ulcers at outer meatus.
Dampness, moist eruption, behind ears.
Eruption and itching of ears.
Retro-aural abscess after incision.
Parotitis, particularly on right side.
Painful inflammatory swelling of parotids.
Swelling in front of left ear, painful to touch, like a boil.
Parotitis in scarlatina ; discharge ichorus, malignant.
Suppuration of parotid ; neighboring glands indurated.
Corrosive nasal discharge and glandular swellings of ears.
Steatoma over right parotid gland.
Fistulous ulcers towards neck discharging pus in front of ears.
SMELL AND NOSE.
Impaired smell. θ Chronic coryza.
Very offensive smell in nose ; stench as of manure, gunpowder or putrid eggs. θ Chronic coryza. θ Nasal catarrh.
Epistaxis frequent and profuse, almost to faintness.
Bleeding of nose in morning. θ Nasal catarrh.
Hemorrhage from nose ; < from right nostril. θ Tuberculosis.
Nosebleed in the scrofulous, subject to cold in head (morning).
Annoying dryness of nose. θ Nasal catarrh.
Dry nose at night ; moist during day.
Mucous membrane of nose swollen. θ Chronic catarrh.
Loud breathing through nose. θ Tuberculosis
Frequent sneezing from prickling or itching in nose. θ Coryza.
Sneezing with a foul smell from throat. θ Bronchial catarrh.
After frequent vain attempts at sneezing, severe fluent coryza.
Drawing pain in occiput, disappears on sneezing.
Nose sometimes very dry and then again plugged with yellow, offensive pus.
Profuse fluent coryza.
Coryza with profuse secretion, clear like water, of a salty taste.
Colds come on suddenly with a discharge, dropping in spells like clear water from nose. θ Coryza.
Discharge from nose ceases in morning and causes headache. θ Chronic catarrh. θ Ozana.
Severe fluent coryza, followed by colic. θ Nasal catarrh. θ In children.
Coryza with oppression of chest. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Fluent coryza soon becomes purulent, whitish-yellow. θ Tuberculosis.
Constant catarrh in nose, with thick mucous discharge. θ Bronchial asthma.
Nasal discharge yellow and thick. θ After variola.
Blowing thick slime from nose, mixed with blood. θ Chronic catarrh.
Purulent thick or yellow red discharge making lip sore ; red, itching pustules on upper lip and cheeks ; nose swollen externally and internally.
^^ Plugs of mucus in nose.
At first stoppage of nose, then fluent coryza, with cough.
Stoppage of nose. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Stoppage of nose, can hardly breathe, especially at night ; on boring into nose with finger, sensation as if something was pushed up, and blood appears ; nose externally swollen and sore.
Stoppage of nose, sneezing ; < morning on awaking. θ Chronic colds.
Nose stopped up with yellow, foul smelling pus.
Stoppage of nose, with oppression and sense of anxiety in chest.
Purulent, sometimes bloody profuse discharge from nose. θ Chronic catarrh. θ Ozana.
Acrid discharge from nose. θ Keratitis.
Cold in head with sores inside nose. θ Pruritus vulva.
Sore, ulcerated nostrils.
Nostrils ulcerated and scabby ; lips sore.
On nostrils ulcerated spots, covered with crusts and very sensitive to touch. θ Chronic catarrh.
Scurfs in nose.
Ulceration of inner nose, with at times yellow, and at times black crusts.
Foul stench from nose.
Ozana after suppressed itch.
Nasal polypi, with loss of smell.
Great liability to catarrhs. θ Coryza.
Discharge changeable in color and consistency, dropping from posterior nares.
Blowing nose yields thick slime, mixed with dark blood.
When blowing nose, darting to ear.
Effort of blowing nose caused sensation as if ear was closed.
Nose inflamed, red and swollen. θ Nasal catarrh.
Painful sensitiveness of nose, with coryza.
Stitches towards nasal bone.
A pain rises from nose up to forehead, as if a board was laid against it.
Fine crawling on side of nose.
Sensation of swelling around nose.
Sore, painful, swollen, and erysipelatous looking nose ; it is quite hard to touch, and attended with much frontal headache.
On left ala nasi (externally) a red swollen spot tender to touch and on moving muscles of nose.
Cartilage at bridge of nose painful, especially on pressure.
Swelling of nose, especially at root, frequently appearing and disappearing ; bluish-red ; nasal passage stopped up.
Swelling of nose and upper lip, in children.
Nose thick, red, with acrid discharge. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Knotty swelling on ridge of nose.
^^ Soreness and rawness around tip of nose, with redness and determination of blood to same.
On motion, painfulness of right wing of nose, which is swollen.
Cancer of nose.
Abscess of nose.
Herpetic eruption on nose, in horses ; after Sulphur.
Tearing headache above eyes down nose, with nausea and gaping.
Metastasis from nose to abdomen ; when coryza ceases, colic sets in. θ In children.
Tearing pain in cheek, which becomes swollen.
Rending in facial bones.
Chronic prosopalgia ; fat people ; damp, cold feet ; profuse menses.
Pain in upper jaw when chewing.
If face is exposed to cold air it pains ; soon subsides in a warm room. θ Prosopalgia.
Pains from right mental foramen along nerve up lower jaw to ear. θ Prosopalgia.
Pressure in head spreading to cheek.
Anxious face when raised from cradle. θ Cholera infantum.
Eyes and mouth drawn down, the latter open, with an idiotic expression. θ Marasmus.
Face looks old and wrinkled. θ Cholera infantum. θ Marasmus. θ Diarrhoea of children.
Cadaverous appearance. θ Tumor of eye.
Cold face and forehead. θ Cholera infantum.
Coldness of face, hands and feet ; when solitude becomes burdensome.
Chilliness, alternating with heat, especially in face. θ Coryza.
Heat of face : with headache, and determination of blood to head ; with pain in left temple.
Warmth or heat of forehead and face, with shivering of whole body.
Face pale and cachectic. θ Chronic coryza. θ Leucorrhoea. θ Chorea. θ Epilepsy. θ Herpes. θ Cholera infantum. θ Diarrhoea. θ Phthisis pulmonalis. θ Worms. θ Dysmenorrhoea. θ Scarlatina.
Pale earthy countenance. θ Keratitis.
Face sallow. θ Bronchial asthma. θ Addison’s disease.
When emaciation occurs, face is pale or sallow.
Face waxy pale. θ Palpitation.
Pale, lean face with deep-set eyes, surrounded by dark rings. θ Worms.
Paleness of face with frequent flushes. θ Tuberculosis.
Yellow color of face.
Face red. θ Headache. θ Tinea. θ Typhus.
Flushed face, lying on left side. θ Intermittent.
Glowing redness of face, with a fine network of capillaries, like veined marble.
Coppery appearance of face.
Sweat on forehead. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Large drops of sweat in face, with fainting spell.
Face puffed up, in children.
Puffiness of face. θ Hyperemia of head.
Swelling of cheeks after faceache.
^^ Striped swelling on cheeks, next to these light spaces.
Swelling of right side of face and ear ; covered with pimples.
^^ Nodular swellings in face.
Baggy swellings in face, which are in constant state of inflammation and frequently suppurate ; also polypi in ear.
Itching and eruption in face and in whiskers.
Red itching pustules on upper lip and cheeks. θ Chronic coryza.
Moist itching scurfy eruption on cheeks and forehead, with burning pain.
Eruptions of painful papules or an eczema.
Forehead and face were covered with yellow scabs, especially about mouth. θ Tinea.
Pityriasis in spots on face.
Light spaces in face, with dark surroundings.
Light brown spots or freckles on face.
“Seed wart” on left cheek.
Tensive pain when chewing, with boil under ear-lobe.
Cracking in ear when chewing.
Crawling on lower part of face.
Drawing pain in jaw.
Lower jaw, gum and cheek swollen. θ Toothache.
Swelling of right lower jaw bone.
Swelling of upper lip, in morning. θ Catarrh. θ Scrofula. θ Keratitis. θ Epilepsy. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
^^ Lumps in upper lip.
Swelling of lower lip.
Ulcers inside of lower lip, which interfere with speaking ; light yellow, surrounded by redness, painful on contact with tongue and every motion.
Scurfy pimples on border of red portion of lower lip.
Very small warts in bunches on lower lip ; horses.
Lips dry. θ Chronic diarrhoea.
Lips chapped and cracked ; corners of mouth ulcerated.
Eruption on lips and mouth.
On motion of lower jaw, digging stitches in left temple.
While chewing : cracking in ear ; pain on side and lower surface of tongue ; tensive pain in maxillary joint ; painful tension in swollen gland under jaw.
Chewing motion with mouth before attack. θ Epilepsy.
Chewing motion of jaws during sleep. θ Acute yellow atrophy. θ Hepatic affections.
Painful swelling of submaxillary glands.
Submaxillary glands swollen and suppurating ; followed, later, by goitre.
Hard, painful swelling of submaxillary glands ; painful tension when chewing ; sticking pain when touched.
Large swelling of submaxillary glands of right side, not tender to touch, painful only when turning head ; from getting feet wet.
Drawing and stitching in left chest to left submaxillary gland.
TEETH AND GUMS.
Inclined to gnash teeth as in a chill.
Inclined to touch tooth with tongue.
Teeth crumbling from decay. θ Chronic prurigo. θ Diarrhoea. θ Emaciation.
Pressure on upper row of teeth.
Gnawing toothache in upper molars.
Drawing toothache with stitches, day or night, relieved by cold or warmth.
Drawing, pricking, rooting, throbbing, jerking in teeth.
Moderate toothache ; with very severe swelling of cheek ; with stitching.
Throbbing, boring and swelling of gums and cheeks.
Tearing pains, extending up into head, as if roots were being torn out.
Pain in hollow teeth, especially around loose stumps.
Gnawing toothache ; < in evening.
Pain in upper and lower teeth, left side, extends to maxillary bones.
Toothache extending to ear.
Pressure in head, spreads to teeth.
^^ Toothache on right side, which cannot be located in any special tooth ; afterwards nausea and coldness in abdomen ; patient never had toothache before.
Immediately after menstruation, toothache, drawing and sticking, day and night ; < if she inclined head to right, or to left, or backward.
Toothache during pregnancy, with determination of blood to head, from taking cold ; worse at night ; < from noise and warmth or cold.
Toothache, with inflammation of bones.
Teeth cannot endure air or any coldness.
Teeth are raised, and pain when biting on them.
Toothache : after drinking cold liquids, or excited by draught, or cold ; drawing, shooting or boring ; during and after menstruation ; during pregnancy ; worse from warm or cold drinks ; from getting wet working in damp places ; < from noise and trying to use eyes.
Toothache in all teeth ; < from entrance of cold air ; wakes him at night.
Teeth are particularly sensitive to cold air.
Offensive smell from teeth.
Difficult dentition. θ Rachitis. θ Eclampsia. θ Cholera infantum. θ Hydrocephalus. θ Crusta lactea. θ Infantile catarrh. θ Laryngo-tracheitis. θ Bronchitis. θ Bronchial catarrh. θ Marasmus. θ Urticaria. θ Chorea.
During teething sore mouth.
Pulsating in gums. (compare Pulsat.)
Stitching in gums.
Gums painfully tender ; swelling, bleeding, even at night.
Toothache, with red swollen and inflamed gums, followed by pain in jaw, went from upper to lower teeth and from r. to left ; > from external warmth.
Toothache and bleeding of gums, with foul odor from mouth.
Bleeding of gums after suppressed menses.
Gums eaten away ; exposed bones become covered with callous membrane.
Fistula dentalis. (Compare Flour. ac.)
Epulis, soft and painless.
TASTE, SPEECH, TONGUE.
Loss of taste ; with impaired smell.
Food tastes “too fresh” or unsalted.
Taste : sour ; salty ; like ink ; of iron ; bitter, back in throat ; metallic or leaden ; foul ; like dung, in mouth and pharynx ; like smell of strong urine ; pappy, in headache ; acid, in gout ; unpleasant, with cough.
Sour taste in mouth or of food.
Cold water is the only thing which has a good taste. θ Hereditary headache.
Speech is difficult and clumsy.
Tongue dry, does not like to talk. (Compare Phosph. Ac and Bellad.)
Dryness of tongue, at night, and morning on awaking.
Great dryness of mouth and tongue, with a sense of roughness.
Dryness, alternating with excess of saliva. θ Ranula.
Rough streaks in middle of a dry tongue. θ Typhus.
Dry, slimy tongue, with dull pain in forehead.
Rough bristling sensation, with great dryness of mouth and tongue.
Pain on side and lower surface of tongue on spitting.
Soreness of tongue, either on tip, sides, or dorsum ; can scarcely talk or eat.
Burning pain at tip of tongue, as from soreness ; < from warm food or drink.
Burning pain ; burning vesicles, which become ulcers.
Tongue pains as if ulcerated. θ Glossalgia.
Painful blisters on tongue and palate.
Tongue clean, red, pointed. θ Intermittent.
Tongue red, raw. θ Gastromalacia.
Cracked and fissured tongue.
Glossitis after abuse of mercury.
Tongue generally white coated. θ Headache.
Tongue dirty, with nasty taste. θ Pneumonia.
Tongue, lips and hands became white and cold.
Pain beneath tongue, when swallowing, on left side, behind hyoid bone.
Swelling of sublingual glands. θ Ranula.
Tongue pushed upward and to left by a globular, semitransparent, fluctuating tumor, size of pigeon egg. θ Ranula.
Cancer or syphilitic tubercle of tongue.
Abscess, cracks or fissures of tongue.
Heat in mouth, with hot breath.
Dryness of mouth, at night.
Dryness of mouth, alternating with salivation. θ Aphta.
Great dryness in mouth. θ Coryza.
Collection of water in mouth, with disposition to gag, in oesophagus.
Frequent spitting ; after vexation ; with pressure in stomach.
Flow of sour, watery fluid from mouth, with nausea.
Copious viscid saliva, with sour taste in mouth.
Accumulation of much mucus in mouth, though it does not cause spitting.
Foul odor from mouth.
Catarrhal inflammation of mouth and fauces, when salivation alternates with dryness of mouth and lips. θ Stomatitis.
Sore mouth of children ; canker sores, especially during teething.
Mouth slimy, blisters on inner surface of cheek and tongue.
Ulcers in mouth.
Ulcers inside of lower lip, light yellow surrounded by redness ; pain on contact of tongue and every motion ; interferes with eating and speaking.
Recent spongy painless tumor, size of marble, on inner side of right under lip ; near corner of mouth ; fair and fat : leuco-phlegmatic young lady.
PALATE AND THROAT.
Chronic swelling or hardening of palate.
Blisters on roof of mouth and uvula, which is dark red.
Stitches in palate, after expectoration of blood, from coughing.
Inflammatory swelling of palate and uvula or tonsils, with sensation as if throat was contracted when swallowing.
Sensation of stinging and pricking roughness of back part of palate, exciting cough. θ Coryza.
Uvula feels elongated.
Swollen or ulcerated tonsils.
Greatly inflamed throat, with aphtha on tonsils and roof of mouth. θ Scarlatina.
Fauces feel unpleasantly rough. θ Coryza.
Smarting aching in back of throat about ten minutes after eating. θ Sore throat.
Pharynx spasmodically contracted.
A feeling in pharynx, in afternoon, as if food remained sticking in it and could not get into stomach, with a kind of nausea.
Pain in throat ; extending to ears.
Feeling of swelling in throat ; < left side, extending up into ears.
Feeling of a lump in throat.
Tickling as from a feather in throat ; swallowing difficult.
Scratching in throat ; stitching and pressure on swallowing ; constriction.
Stitches in chest extending toward throat.
^^ Relaxed throat, with roughness and hoarseness, and soreness of eyes.
Bitter taste in throat, or mucus tasting of iron.
Throat very painful ; swallowing difficult. θ Scarlatina.
Throat feels narrowed, so that she must frequently swallow. θ Sore throat.
For a week feeling a lump in left side of throat, which makes her feel sick and compels her to swallow saliva often, and on doing so, lump seems to descend.
On swallowing : cracking noise in ear ; pain on side and lower surface of tongue to left behind hyoid bone ; pressure in pharynx ; sensation as if fauces were filled with mucus ; sensation of much mucus in pharynx ; narrowness in oesophagus ; stinging and stitches ; is not able to swallow bread ; pain as of a plug in throat.
She cannot eat enough ; it will not go down.
Swallows wrong way ; afterwards cough with expectoration of blood.
Hawking of phlegm, particularly in morning, with nausea ; causes odor in mouth when hawking.
Hawks saltish mucus from throat. θ Chorea.
Throat is rough. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Sensation of rawness and soreness of entire oesophagus.
Violent stitching in upper part of oesophagus when not swallowing.
Sensation as if food had lodged in oesophagus ; taste of iron and of ink.
Heavy load rising from abdomen up into throat. θ Gastralgia.
Spasmodic contraction or narrowness of oesophagus.
Organic stricture of oesophagus.
Throat inflamed, with aphtha on tonsils and roof of mouth. θ Scarlatina.
Sore throat when weather changes. θ Catarrh.
Sore throat marked ; cellular tissue around cervical glands swollen ; nose sore, obstructed. θ Scarlatina.
Calcareous deposits in pharynx.
APPETITE, THIRST, DESIRES, AVERSIONS.
Appetite increased spasmodically, alternating with loss of appetite.
Appetite prodigious ; thirst very great. θ Mesenteric disease.
Ravenous hunger, with weak stomach.
Ravenous hunger in morning.
Canine hunger. θ Epilepsy.
Eats a great deal and yet loses flesh. θ Marasmus. θ Epilepsy.
Voracity ; everything she eats seems to go into an empty stomach.
Hunger, soon after eating.
Appetite poor, with an aversion to meat and a craving for boiled eggs. θ Palpitation.
Loss of appetite ; but when he began to eat he relished it.
Complete loss of appetite. θ Coryza. θ Keratitis. θ Indigestion. θ Neurosis cordis. θ Gout. θ Gonagra. θ Muscular atrophy. θ Hereditary headache.
Anorexia. θ Pneumonia.
Anorexia and bulimia. θ Addison’s disease.
No appetite, but constant burning thirst. θ Cough.
Increased thirst, especially for cold drinks, and particularly at night.
Thirsty ; craving cold drinks. θ Cholera infantum.
Constant thirst, even after drinking. θ Lymphatic enlargements.
Much thirst for acidulated water.
Great thirst : with complete loss of appetite ; with stomach pains ; with chilliness.
Great thirst. θ Worms. θ Gonagra. θ Gout. θ Epilepsy.
No thirst. θ Hereditary headache. θ Coryza.
Desire for sweets. θ Uterine displacement.
Appetite for sweets and pastry. θ Epilepsy.
Great desire for eggs, wine, sour, salt or sweet things ; sugar, disagrees.
Longing for eggs, particularly with children, in sickness or during reconvalescence, even before they are able to swallow.
Longing for boiled eggs. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa. θ Uterine displacement. θ Coxalgia. θ Scarlatina.
Craves indigestible things, chalk, coal, etc.
Unnatural craving for ice-cream an lemonade, which agree with her.
Irresistible desire to eat raw potatoes and handfuls of flour, in alternation.
Great aversion to eating.
Aversion to meat and warm food.
Aversion to meat. θ Chlorosis. θ Goitre.
Aversion to milk, which tastes sour.
Aversion to smoking tobacco.
EATING AND DRINKING.
Before breakfast : headache ; faintness, weakness ; drowsiness and trembling.
Headache before breakfast. θ Epilepsy.
Brought on by eating : toothache ; cough.
After dinner : sudden blindness ; heat of face ; distension of abdomen.
After evening meal : pressure in stomach ; pinching and forcing immediately under navel ; severe chill, followed by pain in abdomen throughout night.
After eating : first stitches then boring in last molar tooth ; heat or flatulency, with nausea ; pain in stomach and abdomen ; bloatedness ; eructations with burning ; pressure in stomach ; aching or crampy pains ; cramplike pain around navel, causing nausea, with cold sweat, relieved by eructation ; burning in throat ; swelling of stomach (chlorosis) ; cough (bronchial catarrh) ; palpitation of heart (chlorosis) ; fulness in abdomen ; diarrhoea ; straining, almost cutting, forcing down, in colon ; headache, palpitation, rush of blood to head and sleepiness ; immediately hungry.
Burning extending up into throat, after every meal, especially after use of hard, dry food.
Worse after eating smoked meats.
Sour taste after eating sugar or cake.
Worse from salad ; from leguminous food.
Better from eating : first stitches then boring in last molar tooth ; cutting in abdomen.
Worse from drinking : diarrhoea ; cough and spitting blood.
Worse from drinking cold water. θ Epilepsy.
After milk : nausea and sour eructations ; waterbrash.
Worse from spirituous drinks. θ Throbbing headache.
After wine, especially champagne, often is relieved. θ Hereditary headache.
Sweat after eating or drinking. θ Crusta lactea.
Nausea from smoking tobacco.
HICCOUGH, BELCHING, NAUSEA AND VOMITING.
Eructations : tasting of food eaten ; bitter ; sour ; offensive ; of tasteless fluid ; of brownish sour fluid ; with taste like gall ; rancid, leaving scratching sensation.
Frequent eructations, generally sour, with burning from epigastrium upward.
Much empty eructation : with headache in temples ; with hemicrania ; with uneasiness in legs.
Sour eructations. θ Diarrhoea. θ Gastralgia.
Uneasy movements over entire body, from suppressing eructations.
Heartburn : extending to throat ; with continued loud belching after eating ; with cough and nausea ; with itching and stitching burning at nape of neck.
Rising of tasteless water in mouth. θ Sore throat.
Nausea and waterbrash after milk.
Gulping up of food, with foul taste.
Qualmishness while riding.
Nausea : mornings, with qualmishness and shuddering ; towards evening, during dentition ; with roaring before ears ; with sensation in larynx as if food had stuck there ; with flow of sour water from mouth ; with pressing pain in lower abdomen ; with trembling ; with cold sweat ; after drinking milk ; after colic ; in pit of stomach, in morning, fasting, with blackness before eyes, so that he was obliged to sit down ; in forenoon, followed by anxiety in afternoon.
Accumulation of water in mouth with vertigo in morning ; also at other times ; with waterbrash ; sometimes early vomiting.
When he had eaten almost enough, he became nausated, this ceased if he stopped eating.
Nausea with heat in top of head. θ Megrim.
Nausea and headache : after severe vertigo ; from customary smoking.
She feels sick, but is unable to bring up anything.
Nausea following vomiting.
Vomit : sour ; of bitter slime ; of what has been eaten ; black ; bloody ; sweet (Kreosot., Plumbum) ; sweet, with nursing women ; curdled milk ; of sour water at night ; after eating fish ; of all he eats ; after epileptic attacks.
Sour vomiting, especially during dentition.
Vomit has sour smell. θ Cholera infantum.
Occasional acidity of stomach. θ Phthisis pulmonalis. θ Addison’s disease.
Vomiting and diarrhoea of teething children.
Vomiting of mucus or bile announces remission. θ Megrim.
Milk is vomited in form of cheese.
With vomiting of food aching or crampy pains.
Vomiting on drinking water after evening meal.
SCROBICULUM AND STOMACH.
Epigastric region painful to touch. θ Chronic mesenteric disease.
Aching, both when fasting and after eating, and particularly on couching.
Pain in epigastrium.
Pressing pain in stomach, as if a load of stone was in it, after moderate supper ; < from motion ;> lying quiet on back. θ Gastralgia.
Pressure and cramplike pain in stomach when fasting, or after meals, with vomiting of ingesta.
Severe pressure in pit of stomach, when pressing upon it, and after stool, in forenoon.
Pressure transversely across stomach.
Pressure at pit of stomach, at night.
Pressure in stomach, with pressure outward under last rib.
Anxious pressure in stomach, followed by insensibility.
Stitching pressure in stomach after eating.
Stitches in pit of stomach, downward.
Cutting pain in epigastrium.
Digging a pit of stomach.
Sudden jerks at pit of stomach, with fear.
Trembling and beating in region of stomach.
Tensive pinching pain at pit of stomach.
Relaxed sensation in stomach.
Warm streams of blood from pit of stomach to head.
Burning in stomach while sitting.
Burning extending upward from pit of stomach.
Constricting pains at pit of stomach.
Cramps in stomach : from gases ; with sour eructations ; with nausea ; ending in vomiting ; with sour or bitter vomit, or vomiting of food ; with yawning ; with anxiety and constriction in chest ; palpitation of heart, costiveness and blind piles ; in the scrofulous.
Cardialgia, afternoon to evening.
Pit of stomach swollen like a saucer turned bottom up ; painful to pressure. θ Icterus. θ Hepatic affections. θ Hemorrhoids. θ Neuralgia cordis. θ Dyspepsia. θ Diarrhoea. θ In children.
Hard bloated stomach. θ Intermittent.
Bloating in region of stomach, compelling him to undo his clothing. θ Palpitation.
Distress in epigastric region, much greater just before a stool, compelling to press hands upon that region and bend forward ; relieved to some extent by movement of bowels. θ Mesenteric disease.
Indigestion. θ Icterus. θ Chronic diarrhoea.
Weak digestion from a blow or strain ; scarcely any food agrees ; sleepy all day.
Weak stomach with great voracity.
Gastromalacia : tongue red as if raw ; total loss of appetite ; great thirst ; vomiting of all he eats ; stool often green, many small lumps surrounded by green matter ; emaciation of neck ; peculiar crying.
Cannot bear tight clothing over pit of stomach.
After gastric disturbances. θ Chronic headache.
Pressure in hepatic region, with every step, when walking.
Stitches in hepatic region during or after stooping. θ Icterus.
Darting pain, right to left side, with profuse sweat ; had to bend double, clench her hands, writhe with agony. θ Icterus from calculus.
Enlargement of liver. θ Icterus.
Induration of liver.
Sore pain in region of liver and spleen.
Enlarged spleen. θ Intermittent. θ Gout and rheumatism.
Tightness in both hypochondria.
Feeling as if laced below hypochondria, with trembling and throbbing in epigastric region.
Tight clothes about hypochondria are unbearable. θ Icterus. θ Dysmenorrhoea.
Bloated, must loosen garments. θ Heart disease.
Swelling of epigastric region, towards left side.
Stitches in left side on bending towards same.
Pains more on left side, especially under left hypochondrium ; tearing stitching pains in left chest to hypochondrium.
ABDOMEN AND LOINS.
Sensitive to pressure in epigastrium and abdomen. θ Addison’s disease.
Uneasiness in abdomen.
General soreness in whole lower abdomen. θ Prolapsus uteri.
Cutting in upper part of abdomen.
Cutting and grasping in abdomen, in afternoon, with vomiting of food taken at dinner.
Pressive sticking pain in abdomen, with diarrhoea.
Digging pain in abdomen during vomiting.
Jerking in abdomen towards glans penis.
Pressing, pinching pain in abdomen, with or without diarrhoea.
Pressure in lower abdomen, on physical exertion.
Pressure in abdomen, from pit of stomach downward.
Heavy load rising from abdomen into throat. θ Gastralgia.
Sensation like crawling of worms in abdomen, causing nausea.
Beating in abdomen.
Hot burning in abdomen.
Feeling of coldness in abdomen. θ Colic.
Sense of coldness with swelling of lower abdomen. θ Uterine tumor.
Frequent pain in upper part of abdomen ; a “grumbling pain” or a “very sharp squeeze.” θ Mesenteric disease.
Severe spasms in intestines. θ Colic.
Frequent severe cramp in intestinal canal, especially in evening and night, with coldness of thighs.
Colic of horses ; after Cinchona, or abuse of it.
Colic : with waterbrash ; following coryza and diarrhoea ; followed by intermitting diarrhoea.
Colicky pains about umbilicus towards uterus.
Abdominal pains are brought on or aggravated by inspiration.
Contractive drawing aching in epigastrium and across upper abdomen, compelling to walk bent forward, and aggravated by deep inspiration.
Nausea with pain in lower abdomen, beginning in morning, reaches its height in evening.
Pain in abdomen all night.
Pain in abdomen relieved by warmth. θ Mesenteric disease.
Pains relieved by cold water applications ; wants them frequently renewed. θ Peritonitis.
Incarcerated flatus, with distension. θ Megrim.
Constant rumbling in bowels.
Flatulency with gurgling in right side of abdomen.
Tension in abdomen, with distention, all afternoon, without sensation of flatus, which disappears after passing wind.
Abdomen large. θ Chronic diarrhoea. θ Lumbrici.
Abdomen protuberant. θ Hydrocephalus.
Abdomen much distended ; hard. θ Keratitis. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa. θ Colic. θ Dentition. θ Worms. θ Cholera infantum. θ Marasmus. θ Ovarian dropsy. θ Fibroid uterine tumor. θ Uterine displacement. θ Coxalgia. θ Gonarthrocace. θ Epilepsy. θ Eclampsia. θ Intermittent. θ Osteitis. θ Rachitis. θ Addison’s disease.
Mesenteric glands hard and swollen, in children ; abdomen feels as if filled with stones or ovoid bodies.
Enlargement and induration of mesenteric glands, with claylike evacuations ; dry and flabby skin and muscles ; hair dry and looking like tow.
Ascites ; abdomen painful to touch.
Ulcers in bowels.
Emaciated everywhere, except abdomen.
Worm symptoms. θ Chorea.
Soreness of navel ; a moist excrescence like proud flesh from navel of infants. (Kali carb., Natr. mur.)
Inguinal and umbilical hernia ; walls of abdomen so thin that a truss could not be worn.
Pressing and pain in left groin.
Pain as if swollen, with hardness in inguinal region ; upon touch or pressure.
STOOLS AND RECTUM.
Tension in abdomen, disappears after passage of flatus.
Looseness of bowels. θ Prosopalgia. θ Eclampsia. θ Tuberculosis. θ Gonarthrocace.
Tendency to looseness of bowels, with prolapse of rectum. θ Phthisis pulmonalis.
Inclined to diarrhoea, especially towards evening. θ Coxalgia.
Looseness of bowels, however induced, makes her feel weak for a long time ; bowels worse in evening.
Diarrhoea. θ Hydrocephalus. θ Worms. θ Cholera infantum. θ Epilepsy. θ Typhus θ Osteitis. θ Goitre.
Diarrhoea : of varying character, undigested, offensive, like spoiled eggs, mixed, soft and lumpy ; undigested, whitish ; a stool which is first hard, then pappy, then soft ; scanty, mixed with blood ; the stool does not weaken the patient, in chronic diarrhoea.
Diarrhoea of sour smell. θ Cholera infantum. θ During dentition. θ Scrofula.
Diarrheic, clay-like stools, smelling sour or fetid.
Stool white, undigested. θ Intermittent.
Profuse diarrhoea, watery, slimy, with bits of coagulated milk of sour smell ; painless. θ Rachitis.
Chronic diarrhoea ; also after burns.
Diarrhoea : with pain in abdomen ; after eating ; after walking and motion.
Watery, pale yellow, or whitish soft stools. θ Intestinal catarrh.
Greyish-whitish feces. θ Icterus.
Stools whitish, watery, most frequent in after-part of day. θ Cholera infantum.
Stool whitish-grey, often streaked with blood. θ Chronic diarrhoea.
Whitish frothy diarrhoea. θ Rachitis.
Perfectly milk-white stools. θ Diarrhoea.
Whitish stools, with emaciation. θ Chronic prurigo.
White stools, streaked with blood, with despondency and pain in liver when drawing a breath ; burning in rectum after stools.
Stools copious, pappy, of a dark greenish-brown color, quite offensive. θ Mesenteric disease.
Stools watery, smelling badly. θ Cholera infantum.
Stools : frequent, first hard, then pasty, then liquid ; thin, offensive, like bad eggs ; yellowish, grey, or clay-like, fecal ; whitish, watery, worse in after-part of day, often of sour smell ; undigested, hard or thin.
Involuntary stool, as if fermented.
Watery stools. θ During teething.
Passage of bloody slime with stool.
Stool scant, hard and black.
Hard, undigested stool of a light color or chalky appearance.
Stool large, hard, dry, knotty, and difficult of passage.
Feels best when constipated.
Stool hard, egg-shaped and white, passed with great straining. θ Liver complaint, with dropsy.
Hard, thick, scanty, and evacuated with difficulty, or complete constipation.
Must extract excrements with fingers.
Constipation of bowels with unsuccessful urging. θ Coryza.
Constipation. θ Megrim. θ Phthisis pulmonalis. θ Neurosis cordis. θ Gonagra. θ Gout. θ Muscular atrophy. θ Addison’s disease. θ Icterus.
Stool regular, with prominent abdomen and milky urine.
Stool after eating.
Stools chiefly during 4 A. M. to noon, seldom after noon or before midnight. θ Mesenteric disease.
Bowels moved more frequently towards evening. θ Bronchitis.
Ineffectual urging, with nausea.
Before stool : irascible, irritable.
During stool : burning, tearing, and tenesmus in rectum ; prolapse of rectum ; piles ; succus prostaticus ; rolling in abdomen ; twitching in muscles of abdomen ; pallor.
After stool : pressure in rectum ; erections ; lassitude ; oppression of breath with anxiety ; in epigastrium stitches during pressure.
Tapeworm and ascarides with stool.
Pressure or straining in rectum ; constant desire for stool. θ Ovarian dropsy. θ Chronic dysentery.
Constriction of rectum.
Tensive, jerking or aching pain in rectum.
Sensation of heat at lower end of colon, with drawing and cutting therein.
Cramp in rectum, whole forenoon ; a griping and stitching, with great anxiety ; was not able to sit, had to walk about.
Feeling of heaviness in lower portion of rectum.
Burning : in rectum, in anus.
Pain in rectum, as if it was torn open, during a soft evacuation ; grape-like protrusion around anus, inflamed, burning and painful.
Oozing of fluid from rectum, smelling like herring-brine.
Discharge of blood or bloody mucus from rectum.
Hemorrhoidal flow, with violent itching over whole body.
Flow of blood from rectum, coincident with severe nasal catarrh.
Suppressed hemorrhoidal flow, with vertigo ; pressive, dull, thick sensation in head as of drunkenness ; severe, pressive, stupefying headache ; weakness of memory ; stool seldom, costive ; foul-smelling and copious sweat of feet, with soreness of soles.
First itching in rectum, then cramps in abdomen and inflation, then stomach pains in paroxysms.
Crawling in rectum, as from worms.
Ascarides, with hard stool.
Tapeworm ; after Graphit.
Involuntary passage of foamy stool.
Rectum with its hemorrhoids protrudes during stool.
Hemorrhoidal tumors appear, which pain both during motion and repose, and especially at stool, and bleed freely.
Anus powerless. θ Muscular atrophy.
Hemorrhoidal affections with hematemesis.
When bleeding is checked, head is affected. θ Hemorrhoids. θ Hematemesis.
Crampy, jerking pain from small of back to anus.
Burning, stitching and itching at anus on scrotum, which had been seat of herpetic eruption.
Itching of anus.
Itching, as from thread or pin worms, and a burning, inflamed eruption around anus.
Large, bleeding, burning ulcers in anus and rectum.
Burning in anus, during stool.
Flow of blood from anus, with determination of blood to head.
Prolapsus ani ; burning with stool. θ Cholera infantum.
Soreness between legs and at anus.
Symptoms worse at night.
Pressing pain in kidneys and loins. θ Addison’s disease.
Aching in kidneys and lumbar region when riding.
Polypi and varices of bladder. θ Hamaturia.
Fungoid of trigone vesicale.
Inflammation of bladder.
Spasm of bladder, hysteric and hypochondriacal.
Cutting stitches in urethra, with ineffectual desire to urinate.
Stitches through female urethra.
Burning at meatus, at night, when urinating, or after coition.
Pain in urinary passage after feet became wet.
Bleeding from urethra.
When busily occupied, she has to run and pass a few drops of urine.
Frequent urination ; also at night.
Frequent and profuse urination. θ Coryza.
During pain she is obliged to urinate about every 10 minutes. θ Prosopalgia.
Child desires to urinate, none flows ; at another time could not retain it.
Involuntary emission of urine when walking. θ Tumor of vulva.
Wetting bed ; fat children, red face ; sweat easily and catch cold.
^^ Pressing on bladder with frequent urging, passing very little. θ Megrim.
Chronic strangury, from standing on cold pavement.
Before urinating : burning.
During urinating : cutting, burning, sore pain ; burning pain of inflamed foreskin ; passage of blood and mucus.
Polypous masses pass with urine.
After urinating : renewed desire with burning ; itching in glans.
Urine milk-white, with whitish sediment.
Dark, scanty, acid urine. θ Gonagra.
Bloody urine. θ Scrofula. θ Polypus.
Urine clear, but of a pungent, fetid odor. θ Cholera infantum.
Urine dark and offensive.
Acrid or sour-smelling urine.
Urine smells strong. θ Cholera infantum.
Foul-smelling, dark brown urine, with white sediment.
After standing, urine looks turbid, like lime-water.
Sediment in urine after standing. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Albuminuria. θ Following variola.
Gravel ; urinary calculi.
Stone in bladder.
Tumors of bladder.
Copious white mealy sediment in urine.
MALE SEXUAL ORGANS.
Increases sexual desire and provokes emissions, but unusual weakness follows indulgence and ejaculation is tardy.
Excessive sexual desire, caused by lascivious fancies, but penis failed in erection, which was only induced by rubbing ; scarcely had coition commenced when semen was emitted ; this was followed by excessive weakness and great excitability of nerves ; he was discontented and angry, and knees seemed to give way from weakness.
Burning and stinging while semen discharges during coition.
Consequences of onanism or of too frequent coitus : pressing pain in head and back ; lassitude and weakness in lower limbs ; knees seem to give way ; sweats easily, debility, hands tremble ; chorea ; palpitation ; epilepsy.
Frequent nocturnal, involuntary emissions. θ Tuberculosis.
Aching of testicles, with spasmodic retraction.
Cutting rending from inguinal regions to testicles.
Induration of testicles.
Hydrocele of children.
Spermatic cords painfully swollen.
Inflammation of prepuce, with redness and burning pain.
Inflammation of prepuce, frenum and orifice of urethra, with a little yellow pus between frenum and glans.
Itching vesicle on foreskin.
Scrotum hangs relaxed.
Scrotal swelling, with scaly spots.
Drawing pain from right hypochondrium towards symphysis pubis.
Itching and burning of genitals of both sexes.
Chronic gonorrhoea, which has been suppressed.
Gleet ; fat, lymphatic persons.
Fig-warts, often smelling like old cheese or herring-brine.
Dry and copper-colored eruptions on genitals of children.
FEMALE SEXUAL ORGANS.
Sterility, particularly when catamenia is too early and too profuse.
Great lassitude after coitus.
Constant aching in vagina. θ Puerperal fever.
Burning soreness in genitals. θ Uterine cancer.
Bearing down in pelvis. θ Fibroid of uterus. θ Ovarian dropsy.
Sense of weight and soreness in uterus.
A sense of shuddering and painful pressure within uterus. θ Uterine tumor.
Pain in uterus or right ovarian region extending down thighs.
Stinging in os uteri and stitches in cervix. θ Uterine displacement.
Prolapsus with sensation of pressure on uterus ; bearing down, as if prolapsus would occur, and internal organs would pass out, hence difficulty in standing.
Uterus low down, enlarged ; mouth open to admit finger ; a smooth sensitive body felt within. θ Fibroid of uterus.
Displacements of womb, caused by lifting.
Warts on os uteri.
Chronic infarcts of womb. θ Metritis.
Ulcers, or polypi, or cancer of uterus : desponding mood ; fault-finding ; ill-humor ; hysteria ; stupefying or throbbing headache ; supraorbital neuralgia ; headache, with empty eructations ; icy coldness in and about head ; head and upper part of body sweat profusely at night ; trembling pulsation of heart ; sour vomiting ; painful urination ; backache ; bloated abdomen with emaciation and good appetite ; adapted during climaxis, in old maids, or in women who have had no children.
Menses late ; at times scanty with bloating. θ Goitre.
Menses will not appear ; in plethora.
Complaints as if menses would set in, but do not. θ Amenorrhoea.
Menses : too early ; last too long ; too profuse. θ Menorrhagia. θ Phthisis pulmonalis. θ Hemorrhoids. θ Sterility. θ Ovarian dropsy. θ Metritis. θ Uterine displacement. θ Uterine tumor. θ Leucorrhoea. θ Endocarditis. θ Gonarthrocace. θ Epilepsy. θ Intermittent. θ Chlorosis.
Profuse menstruation ; too frequent menstruation ; consequent anemia. θ Fibroid tumor of uterus.
Too profuse catamenia. θ Gastralgia. θ Uterine cancer. θ Megrim. θ Prosopalgia.
Menses profuse, membranous, dark colored, tardy or premature. θ Tumor of vulva.
Monthly periods regular, copious and dark. θ Neurosis cordis.
Frequent menses, with weakness in legs.
Menses lasting two weeks, with interval of two weeks.
Menses irregular, every five months. θ Epilepsy.
Menses eight days late, very scanty, last five days ; with swelling of abdomen.
The least excitement brings on a return of profuse catamenia.
Very often useful in scanty menstruation.
Suppression of menses in women of full habit, leucophlegmatic temperament, or with anasarca from working in water.
Absence of menses after fright.
Amenorrhoea with dropsy of uterus and adjacent parts.
Before menstruation : indisposition ; disposed to frights ; amorous dreams ; headache ; heat of head ; chills and nocturnal colicky pains ; aching of back and hips ; pain in armpits ; pain and swelling of breasts ; leucorrhoea.
At beginning of menstruation : cramps.
During menstruation : labor-like pains in abdomen and back ; pain in hip bones or in arms ; heat of head ; headache and toothache ; headache and pain in nape of neck ; hardness of hearing ; painful deglutition ; nausea and ineffectual straining at stool ; difficulty of breathing ; anxiety and restlessness, followed by faintness ; nocturnal agglutination of eyelids ; lachrymation, in morning ; swelling of feet ; orgasm of blood, at night, with restless sleep ; cutting in abdomen or uterus, and gripping in back.
After menstruation : leucorrhoea ; toothache ; inflammation of eyes ; ulcer of cornea.
A few days before or after catamenia : megrim.
Discharge of bloody water from uterus, in an old woman, with pain in back as though menses were coming on.
Flow of blood between monthly periods. θ Cancer of womb.
Hemorrhage profuse, bright red. θ Fibroid of uterus.
Uterine hemorrhages ; tendency to miscarry.
Metrorrhagia, with leucorrhoea, during climacteric period.
Leucorrhoea : like milk, with itching and burning ; before or after menses ; during micturition ; profuse at times ; in fits and starts ; worse after exercise ; with great debility ; with stinging in os and aching in vagina ; with burning in cervical canal ; with accumulation of mucus between labia ant thighs ; with chlorosis, in scrofulous women.
Milk-like leucorrhoea. θ Uterine displacement.
Leucorrhoea with pruritus ; white, milky, but not thick ; heat of parts.
Acrid leucorrhoea, corroding genitals. θ Ophthalmia.
Leucorrhoea thick, yellow ; < by day, when urinating. θ Vulvar tumor.
Frequent leucorrhoea between menses, which are too early and profuse. θ Incipient phthisis.
Aching in vagina. θ Uterine displacement. θ Uterine cancer.
Itching or pressing in vagina.
Vaginal polypi and fistula.
Stinging, burning tubercles on margin of labia.
Painful tumor or right
labium, size of a thumb ; tender on pressure ; could hardly sit down. θ Vulvar tumor.
Varices of labia.
Much moisture between labia and thighs, with biting pain.
Voluptuous sensation in genital parts, in afternoon.
Violent itching and soreness of vulva. θ Pruritus.
Burning soreness in genitals.
Itching and stitches either in internal or external vulva.
Terrible itching of parts towards evening, or after going to bed.
Inflammation and swelling of genitals, with purulent discharge.
PREGNANCY, PARTURITION, LACTATION.
Causes conception to take place readily.
In first month of pregnancy menses still flow, accompanied by much pain.
Vomiting of pregnancy, and toothache.
Clumsy, awkward, easily falls ; tired from short walk, from a general feeling of lameness in pelvis. θ Pregnancy.
Cramps in toes or soles of feet, during pregnancy.
Threatened miscarriage in those who generally have profuse menses or are subject to hemorrhages.
Promotes expulsion of moles, etc. ; darting shooting pains.
False labor-pains, running upward.
After-pains or milk fever after confinement.
Puerperal fever ; constant aching in vagina ; cold, damp feet ; head perspiring freely ; stitches in neck of uterus.
Red rash on seventh day after confinement ; after restlessness, anxiety and increased fever.
Phlegmasia alba dolens.
Lochia last too long, or have a milky appearance.
Coxarthrocace ; after childbed.
Profuse menstruation during lactation. Compare Silica.
Secretion of milk too abundant ; galactorrhoea.
Profuse secretion of watery milk, which the child refuses to take.
Excessive lactation ; also hectic and sweat ; debility as a consequence.
Breasts distended, milk scanty ; she is cold, feels cold air very readily ; there is a want of vital activity to secrete milk.
Deficient milk ; mamma not swollen.
Absence of milk, in cows, after severe sickness.
Sweet vomiting, without suppression of milk, in a nursing woman.
Hardening of nipples.
Ulcer on nipple.
Hot swelling of mamma.
Breasts hard, but not red.
Mammary glands pain as if they were suppurating, especially on touch.
Glandular hypertrophy and induration of breast.
Malignant ulceration of mamma.
Induration of mamma ; scirrhus.
When nursing child, severe internal stitching, as if arrows were forced through breasts.
Milk disagrees with infant.
Milk has a disagreeable, nauseating taste ; child will not nurse, and cries much.
Child will not take breast, cries itself hoarse, has swollen gums and swollen, sore tongue ; slimy stool ; at times thin, sour fluid from breast, child takes it, but draws too lightly, then cries and makes body stiff, has large blood-boils and lumps ; often has pains in lungs and chest, groaning in sleep ; severe cutting in abdomen, with urging to stool without passing anything.
Crusts on head in nursing children.
Inflammation of eyes with newborn children.
Child has been slow about teething and walking. θ Tinea capitis.
Difficult teething of children. (Obs, When remedy does not act, put into child’s milk, if bottle-fed. C. Hg.)
Infantile hernia and moist excrescence on navel.
Ailments from worms.
Child becomes sore around anus.
VOICE AND LARYNX, TRACHEA AND BRONCHIA.
Rough voice in morning, which improves by hawking. θ Chronic coryza.
Painless hoarseness ; could scarcely speak ; < in morning. θ Phthisis. θ Bronchitis. θ Coryza.
Hoarseness : larynx often dry ; with severe burning in throat ; with cough at night.
Hoarse, hardly audible voice.
Persons who have to talk a great deal become subject to hoarseness. θ Bronchial catarrh.
While speaking : pinching, almost cramplike pain in lower abdominal walls ; stitches in neck.
Talking : debilitates ; aggravates headache and cough.
After much speaking rawness and pain or weakness in chest.
Roughness or rawness in larynx ; < in morning.
Whistling in larynx after lying down, evenings.
Prickling in larynx, with severe night cough, concussive and fatiguing ; rattling cough, with little expectation ; will not permit him to sleep ; cannot bear cold drink.
Pain in larynx, as if something was being torn loose when coughing.
Dryness of larynx.
Habitual croup in scrofulous children during dentition.
Sequela of croup.
Ulceration of larynx and lungs, especially in stonecutters.
Necrosis of cartilages of larynx.
In trachea a tickling irritation, as if from dust or feather down ; cough is provoked by this as well as by eating, and playing piano.
Sensation as if something was torn loose in trachea.
Difficult loosening of phlegm in trachea.
Wheezing in windpipe. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Sensation as though a lump of phlegm was moving up and down windpipe when coughing. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Catarrh of bronchia in teething children.
Rattling of mucus. θ Bronchitis.
Sensation of dust in throat and lungs. θ Asthma.
Thyroid gland enlarged. θ Goitre.
Goitre of 36 years’ standing ; commenced at 13 years.
Goitre at 7 years ; Iodine and Spongia failed ; left lobe as large as a pigeon’s egg, soft, reddish, indolent, movable, traversed with bluish veins ; otorrhoea.
Young lady of 15 years, subject from 2 years of age to “fluxion of throat”, “almonds of ear,” (parotid tumors) and swellings of submaxillary glands ; after treatment by a plaster, goitre developed ; after 21 days of treatment by powdered calcined egg-shells, the urine became much more copious, whitish, and loaded with muddy sediment as of chalk ; after 30th day no tumor visible.
Young lady, at. 17, subject to suppuration of anterior submaxillary glands ; goitre at puberty, lobes separate, soft and indolent ; menstruation every six weeks or two months ; she becomes stout, if discharge is scanty ; respiration impeded ; must sit upright several times in night. (Cured in 5 months by Calcarea ost., 3d trit., 6th, 30th and 200th dil.).
Oppression of breathing relieved by throwing shoulders back.
Frequent need to breathe deeply.
Difficult, laborious breathing. θ Palpitation.
Great shortness of breath. θ Chlorosis.
Throat feels closed, as if she could not get her breath. θ Sore throat.
Was obliged to breathe deeply, which caused sticking, now in right, now in left side of chest, or hypochondrium.
Loud breathing through nose. θ Tuberculosis.
Oppression of breathing with pressure on rectum.
Shortness of breath after walking and on going up slightest ascent.
Desire to take a deep breath, and sensation as if breath remained stopped between scapula.
Stoppage of breathing when stopping, or walking against wind.
Tightness of chest with hoarseness.
Tight breathing and tension as from rush of blood to chest ; relieved by raising shoulders. θ Asthma. θ Tuberculosis.
Oppression of chest ; turning in bed puts her almost out of breath. θ Chloris.
Nocturnal tightness of breathing ; with heat ; apprehensive anxiety ; restlessness.
Difficult breathing, awaking with anxiety.
Asthma : early in morning ; muscles not rigid ; sensation of dust in throat and lungs. θ Scrofula.
Constriction of chest alternating with pain in abdomen, or accompanied by pressure, or digging around navel ; nausea, with other spasmodic ailments.
Dyspnoea : with tightness of chest ; with stitches in chest ; anguish and tight feeling.
Spasmodic contraction in precordial region, checking breath, followed by violent shocks, stitches in heart, leaving an aching pain.
Dyspnoea, occasioned by cough. θ Bronchial catarrh.
With every breath he takes, he utters a loud noise.
On inspiration : tearing or stitching as of needles in abdominal muscles below ribs ; stitching across abdomen ; sharp stitches in left side ; stitches deep in right chest ; cutting in chest ; entire chest painfully sensitive ; pressure on chest ; sore pain in chest ; irritation to cough ; cutting pain at last ribs from within out ; single, severe stitches in upper part of back ; constricting pain in upper abdomen ; gnawing pain on left side of chest.
Inspiration difficult, with anxious tightness of chest.
On expiration : loud rattling in trachea ; itching stitches on chest.
Mucus rattles in chest on expiration ; < when lying and in evening. θ Bronchial catarrh.
During breathing : pain in abdomen above hips ; rumbling in abdomen ; stitches in chest most severe ; pain in liver ; pressive pain in spine ; painful shocks in right side of back.
With every breath she makes a sound as though respiration would fail her.
Catching of breath ; from stitching in abdomen to back, and from stitches in heart ; on bending.
Tickling cough, as from a feather in throat, or as of dust in larynx. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Tickling in larynx causes cough. θ Catarrh.
Constant tickling under middle of sternum causing a hacking cough ; < from talking and moving. θ Onset of typhus.
Cough from constriction of throat.
Irritation to cough, in chest.
During entire day, a constant hacking cough, seems to be involuntary from habit, in children.
From tickling, a dry cough ; < towards morning, with a hoarse voice.
Tickling cough and periodical hoarseness prevent preaching. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Tickling and very troublesome cough at night, at different hours ; immediately after waking up raises whitish mucus. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Cough : dry, especially at night ; violent, first dry, afterwards with profuse salty expectoration, with pain, as if something had been torn loose from larynx ; with rattling in chest and bronchia ; in morning, with yellowish expectoration ; from inspiration ; from playing on piano.
Short hacking cough. θ Second week of typhus.
Dry hacking cough all night. θ Phthisis pulmonalis.
Short concussive cough, especially at night, with itching in larynx.
Dry tormenting cough, chiefly at night, raising only after long and great efforts scanty white, frothy, gluey or dirty-looking putrid sputa.
Loose cough. θ Bronchitis. θ Pneumonia. θ Tuberculosis.
Cough caused by sensation of plug, which moved up and down in throat.
Cough during or after eating. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Coughing up blood after drinking.
Cough hardly permits talking. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Cough induced by playing on piano ; every note she struck seemed to vibrate in her larynx.
Cough < on walking.
Loose cough in morning. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Cough dry at night, loose by day.
Cough in afternoon.
Cough < in evening. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Cough dry before midnight, loose after ; hurts chest ; < walking ; sputa yellow and thick. θ After variola.
Dry hacking cough in evening, especially in bed.
Dry cough at night, after midnight, so that heart and arteries throb.
Night cough. θ Phthisis.
In night on waking, a long scraping, dry, spasmodic cough. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Cough dry at night and in evening, with shocks in head and sometimes vomiting ; in morning it is loose, sputa being yellow and sometimes bloody ; often in morning before coughing large mucous rales are heard in trachea on expiration.
Cough < in morning on rising and in early evening.
Whooping cough, attacks < mornings.
Cough in morning ; yellow pus-like, bad-smelling sputa.
Cough ; see frightful objects at night.
Cough producing frontal headache. θ Phthisis pulmonalis.
Cough causes stitching headache. θ Bronchial catarrh.
During coughing painful shocks in head. θ Typhus.
Cough with coryza.
Cough with nasal catarrh, first dry, later fluent. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Cough with nausea and a kind of heartburn.
Cough with rattling in chest. θ Tuberculosis.
During cough : rawness in chest ; pain as if tearing something loose ; sweetish vomit ; headache ; pressure in stomach and chest ; pain in inguinal hernia ; pain in chest ; palpitation and throbbing of arteries ; sweat ; convulsions ; earache ; gagging with evening and night cough ; catching of breath ; inclination to vomit and vomiting of sweetish matter ; headache.
Cough after measles and variola.
Whooping cough in teething children.
Raises white phlegm. θ Cough.
Cough with greyish expectoration, especially in morning ; very dispirited ; pains in both sides of chest.
Cough with copious sputa, sweetish or sour, lumpy mucus. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Expectoration : of mucus, with sweetish taste ; of blood, when coughing and hawking, with rough and sore sensation in chest ; of thick mucus ; salty ; putrid ; yellow, stinking ; grey-yellow, of putrid smell ; bloody, purulent ; tasting sour ; during day, but none during night.
Expectoration of bloody mucus, with emaciation. θ Gleet.
Fetid sputa. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Sputa greyish and fetid, or yellow and not fetid. θ Pneumonia.
Viscous sputa loosened with difficulty, of sweetish or flat taste. θ Catarrh of lungs.
Cough almost always with profuse sputa, whitish-yellow, purulent in morning. θ Tuberculosis.
Copious mucous secretion, weakening and emaciating. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Mucus rattling in lungs. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Mucus in chest without cough.
INNER CHEST AND LUNGS.
Acts upon upper and middle portion of right lung. θ Pulmonary consumption.
Left lung affected. θ Pneumonia.
Pain in right side. θ Cough.
Anxiety and sense of constriction in chest.
Oppression of chest, as if too full of blood, often accompanied by palpitation.
At night, oppression of chest, with heat, restlessness and thirst.
Oppression of chest : with coryza ; with pain in back.
Tightness on chest accompanying manual labor. Compare Ammonium mur.
Oppression or constriction of chest ; > by drawing shoulders backward. θ Tuberculosis.
Constriction of abdomen, upward to chest.
Weakness in chest interferes with speaking. θ Leucorrhoea.
Pressure on chest.
Sensitiveness and sensation of soreness in chest, when drawing a deep breath and when touching it.
Soreness of chest, especially under clavicles, during deep inspiration and especially to touch.
Sore pains in chest, as if beaten ; < during inspiration.
Chest feels sore and raw. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Stitches in chest : with urging in abdomen ; with difficult breathing ; and sides, when moving ; from deep inspiration, and when lying on affected side ; in left side, on inspiration ; > from rubbing.
Stitching in left chest to throat pit, with loose night cough.
Concussive stitch in chest, from hepatic region.
Cutting in chest, on inspiration.
Lancinating pains from sore spot in left chest, upper third, extending transversely across sternum to a corresponding point in right side of chest, thence turning a little downward. θ Rheumatism.
Burning in chest.
Coincident with heartbeat, dull shocks from posterior wall of chest, upward to between shoulder blades.
Pinching, nipping sensation in entire hypochondrium, extending to under surface of sternum.
Gnawing griping in abdomen and stomach starting from chest.
Pains in chest, occasion dyspnoea and a sense of constriction in thoracic parietes. θ Rheumatism.
Congestion to chest. θ Menorrhagia.
Suppuration of lungs ; in horses.
Abscess in lungs of children, particularly in left lung.
Consumption in scrofulous persons, with morning cough, purulent expectoration, hypertrophic mucous membrane, bleeding easily.
Pleuro-pneumonia in tuberculous individuals.
Threatened paralysis of lungs in scarlatina ; loud rattling in windpipe, breath hot ; precordial anguish ; no cough ; rattling mostly during expiration.
Much mucus in chest.
HEART, PULSE AND CIRCULATION.
Anxious sensation about heart.
Compressive pain in heart.
Stitching in heart and region of heart during breathing.
Bellow or anemic murmurs around heart and large arteries.
Audible beating of heart.
Tremulous pulsation of heart ; < after eating ; at night, with anguish. θ Endocarditis.
Anxious palpitation from slightest exercise.
Palpitation of heart. θ Neurosis cordis. θ Hemorrhoids. θ Second week of typhus. θ Cardiac rheumatism.
Palpitation of heart before attack. θ Epilepsy.
Palpitation : with anxiety and anxious restlessness ; at night, or after meals ; when falling asleep ; with cold feeling at night ; preventing sleep ; with pain in left arm ; on awaking ; with laborious breathing ; after least exertion ; want of breath when moving or ascending ; after suppressed eruptions.
Fluttering of heart and faintness.
Arrest of breath, when walking against the wind, or when stooping.
Inclination to draw a deep breath.
Palpitation < after eating. θ Endocarditis.
Palpitation of heart with cough at night. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Heart disease : in scrofulous constitutions ; after abuse of mercury.
Ebullition of blood, with restlessness and uneasiness.
Much beating in bloodvessels.
Pulse full, accelerated or tremulous. θ Typhus.
Unequal pulse with tremendous palpitation.
With each pulse-beat a broad stitch upward in chest muscles.
Aneurism, particularly of aorta.
Fatty degeneration and calcification of bloodvessels.
Cannot bear clothes tight around chest.
Chest painfully sensitive to touch, and on inspiration. θ Phthisis pulmonalis.
Sensation of soreness and acute sensibility to pressure in a small place in pectoral muscles, left side upper third. θ Rheumatism.
Pricking stitches in muscles of chest.
External heat and swelling of right chest.
In right side between ribs, a small lump may be felt under skin, like cartilage ; painful to touch, and on breathing stinging in it, extending to shoulder blades ; accompanied by difficult breathing on right side.
Convulsive movements of chest.
Rhachitic deformity of thorax in costo-sternal region, with paroxysm of bronchial asthma ; inframaxillary and other glands swollen. θ Bronchial asthma.
Sweat on chest.
Itching on chest.
NECK AND BACK.
Carotids throbbing. θ Tinea capitis.
Swelling of glands, with aching, and on chewing, sometimes also on swallowing, stitching pains.
Goitre and scrofulous swellings.
Pricking on neck and face.
Itching burning on neck.
Warmth ascending nape of neck after crackling in occiput.
Stiffness and rigidity at nape of neck : with headache ; cramplike, up to vertex ; in morning, with coryza ; with dysmenorrhoea.
Pain in neck, on turning head, as if a tumor would protrude there.
Painless swelling of glands, in neck, at margin of hair.
Cervical glands swollen. θ Keratitis. θ Ophthalmia. θ Scarlatina. θ Eclampsia. θ Eczema.
Glands of neck swollen, with eruption on head.
Enormously enlarged cervical glands. θ Caries of lower jaw.
Painful swelling of cervical glands.
Indurated glands at neck, with stitching pain.
Burning pain in nape of neck to occiput, lasting all day, and ceasing only on going to sleep at night.
Sensation as if scalp was loosened from head back to nape of neck.
In spells pressure outward in occiput, extending to back.
Rheumatic pain in upper cervical vertebra, with stiffness of neck.
Easily overstrains himself from lifting, from which neck becomes stiff and rigid, with headache.
Neck thin and scrawny. θ Marasmus. θ Gastromalacia.
Swelling and incurvation of vertebra of neck and back. θ Cough.
Drawing pain between shoulder blades.
Stitches very severe in various parts of back ; sudden stitches, especially between scapula.
Pressure between and under shoulder blades.
Shooting pains under left shoulder.
Dull shocks upward to between shoulder blades, from posterior wall of chest.
Sensation of numbness in side of back, on which he has been lying ; after siesta.
Curvature of dorsal vertebra.
Extending towards small of back : constricting pain in abdomen ; stitches in left abdomen ; stitches in right hypochondrium ; stitches in abdomen ; drawing pain in posterior hepatic region.
Pain in small of back : could hardly rise from seat ; with watery bloody discharge from vagina ; from incarcerated flatus.
Intolerable backache. θ Fibroid in uterus. θ Dysmenorrhoea. θ Rheumatism. θ Lumbago. θ Keratitis. θ Ophthalmia scrofulosa. θ Otorrhoea. θ Coxalgia. θ Eclampsia. θ Epilepsy. θ Intermittent. θ Scarlatina.
Rheumatism of lumbar vertebra, with violent boring, tearing, burning pain, extending downward, with inclination to move.
Pain starting from small of back ; spinal bones affected. θ Ischias.
Weakness in small of back.
Weak feeling in back, worse from mental annoyance.
Urging in back.
Pain in sacral region, back and neck, after overlifting, or feeling as if wrenched.
Heat around coccyx.
Drawing and tearing pinching in coccyx.
After painful stiffness of spine, ebullition and determination of blood to head.
Painful stiffness in back, making change of posture very difficult.
Inflammation of spinal cord.
Pott’s disease. [Obs. Easily detected by the hot sponge down the spine ; if Calcarea ostr. is applied early with proper mechanical aid, curvature may be prevented.]
Spine curved laterally. θ Marasmus.
Spina bifida of the newborn.
Spinal complaints with gressus vaccinus.
Pains in shoulders, with fever.
Arthritic pain in right shoulder. θ Rheumatism.
Shooting pains under left shoulder.
Stitches in left shoulder joint.
Pain from left shoulder down along arm and towards heart.
Painful aching of shoulder muscles and arms. θ Muscular atrophy.
Suppuration of axillary glands.
Fistulous ulcers in glands of axilla.
Internal drawing corrosive pains in right arm, especially under joint ; can move arm but is painful ; < at night.
Pressing pain in right upper arm.
Weakness and a kind of paralysis of left arm ; it is difficult to move or raise it ; it will fall down of itself.
Weakness and lameness of arms ; sudden weariness, as if paralyzed. θ Muscular atrophy.
Nightly lacerating and drawing pains in arms. θ Muscular atrophy.
Arms feel bruised on moving them, or taking hold of them.
Cramp in whole of one or other arm.
Arm goes to sleep if he lies upon it, with pains.
Sense of something running up arm before attack. θ Epilepsy.
Stiffness of elbows.
Spasmodic tearing pain on outer side of forearm, extending from elbow to wrist, as soon as he takes hold of anything.
Forearm becomes covered with dots like goose’s skin.
Arms cold to elbows. θ Cholera infantum.
Severe itching on inner part of forearm ; small water blisters from scratching.
Pustules on forearm.
Hands and forearms felt cramped in morning.
Pain in wrist joint.
Pain as from a sprain in right wrist, or as if something had been wrenched or dislocated.
Ganglion on right wrist size of a bean.
Feeling as if something in wrist joint had been contused.
Painful swelling at carpus, and itching when touched.
Pain in hands. θ Leprosy.
Cramp in hands, at night, lasting till morning on rising.
Numbness of hands when grasping anything. θ Muscular atrophy.
Nervous trembling of hands. θ Intermittent.
Swelling of hands.
Sweating of hands and palms of hands.
Upper limbs, especially hands, become cold and tremble. θ Hereditary headache.
Palms of hands painful, with sensation as if they were swollen, on waking from sleep in evening.
Finger joints much swollen.
Arthritic nodosities on hand and finger joints.
Convulsive trembling of left index finger.
Stiffness of index finger, so that the can make but little use of it.
Middle fingers become dead ; they are white, cold and senseless, preceded by slight drawing in them.
Middle phalanx of left middle finger painful, especially to pressure.
Large painful boil on first phalanx of fourth finger.
For 12 years piercing darting pains in left ring finger ; joint permanently enlarged ; constant dull pain day and night.
Awkwardness of fingers ; they feel as if dead. θ Chlorosis.
Want of mobility of fingers. θ Muscular atrophy.
Fingers stiff in morning.
Frequent paralysis of fingers.
Painful nodules on fingers.
Swelling of radius and crusts on skin, smelling like cheese.
Boils and rhagades on fingers and hands. θ Sequela of acarus itch.
Small ulcers on index finger, moist, itching and painful to touch ; surrounded by small vesicles.
^^ Vesicles on fingers.
Herpetic eruption on hands.
Warts on arms and hands.
Little warts on hands and fingers. θ Otorrhoea.
Inflammation of psoas muscles.
Coxalgia, with drawing stitches, or tearing, or cutting.
Coxalgia ; scrofulous diathesis, child commenced limping seemingly without any occasion, and dragged left foot in walking, without complaining of any pain ; on examination, no diseased condition was found externally ; the ailing limb being, however, a little longer than the sound one ; on pressing head of bone into cotyloid cavity, child complained of pain ; in walking, toes were always directed outward ; cure resulted in less than a month.
Relaxation of ligaments about hip joint.
Hip joint disease with contraction.
Hip disease with dislocation of head of femur.
Drawing and shooting in hip.
Open sore on hips of a little girl, discharging splinters of bone.
Atrophy of right hip, arrest of growth of femur, with limping. θ Boy, 5 years old, following spasms.
Coldness and deadness of feet. θ Boy, epileptic spasms.
Needle-like stitches in buttock.
Aching smarting across gluteal region. θ Rheumatism.
Cold feeling in gluteal region. θ Rheumatism.
Itching vesicular eruption over whole body, especially over hips.
Sensation as if right hip and thigh were brittle, as well as short and small.
Stitching in thigh, on stepping.
Weariness and a feeling of stiffness in anterior muscles of thigh, in morning, on beginning to walk.
Painful weariness of lower limbs, especially of thighs and feet.
Lifeless, “gone asleep” sensation in muscles of thighs.
Coldness of thighs. θ Colic.
Glands on thighs swollen.
Bloody boils on thigh, instead of asthma during new moon.
Old sore on thigh begins to smell like rotten eggs.
Varicose veins on thighs.
Fistulous openings in thigh.
Emaciation of thighs and paralysis of extensor muscles.
Itching of thighs.
Weakness and trembling in legs, especially above and below knees, after coition.
Sciatic pains caused by working in water.
Pain extends down into limbs and keeps them in constant uneasiness. θ Ischias.
Stitching and tearing in knee.
Tearing and stinging in knee.
Creaking sound in right knee while walking, obliging her to stand still.
Cartilage inflamed, mostly about knee.
Red, burning swelling of knee, comes over night.
Both knees hot, pale, swollen, very sensitive to touch ; < at night. θ Gout. θ Gonagra.
Knee swollen, hot and red, pain on motion extending to sacrum and toes, abscess discharging yellowish, creamy substance ; menses absent since trouble in knee (eight years). θ Chronic arthritis in woman, at. 43.
Swelling of knees.
Drawing or stinging pain in knee while sitting or walking.
Weakness of knee as if sprained, gives way under him, has to straighten it before walking.
Weakness in knees. θ Leucorrhoea.
Lameness in left knee. θ Rheumatism.
Ulcer-like sores on right knee, discharge of pus in morning on pressure.
Spongy swelling of knee joint.
Red stripes on tibia, consisting of nettlerash elevations, with severe itching and burning after rubbing.
Shins ulcerated and puffed up, with affection of bone.
Denuded spots on shins that water for a long time.
Pain in calf, on walking and stepping, or on touch and on bending foot.
Legs go “to sleep” in evening when sitting.
Left calf swollen, with internal lumps ; much pain in foot. θ Cramps of legs. θ Muscular atrophy.
Hard knots in calves, internal, with pain.
Jerking stitching in leg and above ankle joint.
Tightening pain in legs during pressive cramps in stomach.
Humid spot on leg.
Much itching on lower leg and foot.
Itching below both calves.
Itching on lower limb and foot joint.
Pains in tendo-achillis.
Spasmodic contraction of tendo-achillis, with violent pain.
Unusual weariness in lower extremities, at noon, especially in ankles.
Feet and legs swollen to knees. θ Pneumonia.
Small, deep, painless ulcer on right external malleolus.
Weariness of feet so great that it seems as though they could not bear body, and knees would bend.
Insensibility of feet, in evening.
Sweat of feet, towards evening.
Cold damp feet. θ Cough. θ Hydrocephalus traumaticus. θ Prosopalgia. θ Hemorrhoids. θ Metritis. θ Uterine displacement. θ Tumor of vulva. θ Phthisis pulmonalis. θ Rheumatism.
Sensation in feet and legs as if she had on cold damp stockings. θ Herpes circinatu.
Viscous cold sweat on legs.
Foot sweat makes feet sore.
Coldness and deadness of feet, especially at night in bed.
Heaviness of feet, with great irritability.
Cramps in feet and legs. θ Muscular atrophy.
dema of feet after abuse of quinine.
Eruption on feet, itching, violent biting, causing scratching ; bleeding when scratched, and changing to an eruption like nettlerash.
Small pustules on foot, secreting much pus.
Necrosis of tarsus.
^^ Blisters on feet, which change to foul ulcers.
Burning in soles. θ Uterine displacement.
Burning in soles of feet at night.
Soles of feet swollen.
Offensive sweat on feet making soles raw. θ Hemorrhoids.
Spreading blisters on soles of feet.
Ulcerated bunions and callous places on soles.
Great toe very sensitive on walking ; feels numb on bending ; < at night.
Corns, sore, with burning pain.
Icy coldness of legs. θ Megrim. θ Palpitation.
Coldness of legs, with night sweats.
Cramp in bend of knee ; in calves of leg ; soles of feet ; toes ; especially when extending leg, pulling on boots.
Depression of spirits, with heaviness in legs.
Heaviness and stiffness of legs. θ Muscular atrophy.
Legs go to sleep while sitting.
Child is very backward in learning to walk, or children seem to forget how to walk.
Red spots on legs.
Enlarged veins on legs are painful.
Whitish swelling of leg and foot with sensation of coldness.
Legs like sticks. θ Marasmus.
Phlegmasia alba dolens.
Bunions after frostbite.
LIMBS IN GENERAL.
Tearing in limbs.
Pain as if beaten in upper arms and middle of thighs, when ascending stairs.
Heaviness and painful weight in limbs and great fatigue on walking.
Great weakness and weariness of all limbs, especially in feet, lasting till she goes to bed.
Shooting pains throughout limbs, both upper and lower ; he began to imagine he was going to have rheumatic fever ; finger joints became much swollen.
Burning in hands and tearing in legs, alternately in knee ant hip joint.
Upper arms and thighs feel as if lamed and bruised.
Cramp in arms and legs.
Sweaty hands and feet. θ Megrim.
Limbs go to sleep.
Trembling motion of upper and lower limbs in spells. θ Chorea.
Crampy feeling in single parts, and contraction, especially of fingers and toes.
Hands and feet stiff, spasmodically bent inward.
Contraction and later rigidity of flexors of right arm ; fingers, hand, arm and leg of right side cold and damp. θ Epilepsy.
Pains in joints of shoulder, knee and foot, with or without swelling.
Cracking in knee and shoulder.
Paralytic bruised pain in long bones and in joints of limbs, also in small of back, on motion ; even when sitting or standing, back pains as if beaten, and muscles of legs are sore to touch.
Cold hands and feet. θ Dysmenorrhoea. θ Chlorosis.
Cold hands and warm feet.
Coldness of limbs. θ Addison’s disease.
On flexor side of forearm and thigh small ulcerating pustules.
Synovitis. θ Scrofula.
REST, POSITION, MOTION.
Rest : stupefying headache ; sweat >.
Lying : crepitation in back part of head >; constant inclination to lie, in chlorosis ; on affected side, stitches ; > throbbing headache ; coldness of head <; cannot lie, in pneumonia ; < on side, tuberculosis ; > on back ; assumes the prone position ; pain in stomach >.
Letting legs swing : < epilepsy.
Sitting : causes backache and headache, chlorosis ; drawing or stinging pain in knee ; legs go to sleep.
Rising from seat : < rheumatism ; is difficult after sitting awhile.
Bending : feels numb.
Stooping : produces a bewildered sensation ; arrest of breath ; < headache.
Elevated : when keeping limbs, ulcers >.
Stretching : inclination to, in morning ; of limbs, before epileptic attacks ; of horse’s limb, in exostosis.
Straightening : < rheumatism.
Exercise, slightest : anxious palpitation.
Exertion, least : perspiration, even in open air.
Chewing or swallowing : cracking in ears.
Straining or overlifting : stiff neck ; backache ; headache ; sore throat ; rheumatism ; uterine displacement.
Motion : pain on, in knee ; headache ; pain in right wing of nose ; pain in stomach <.
Moving : stitches ; want of breath ; < headache ; symptoms of chest and heart ; > gastralgia.
Beginning to walk : weariness and a feeling of stiffness in anterior muscles of thigh.
Walking : cough < on ; against the wind, want of breath ; tension or stitches in hip joint ; drawing or stinging pain in knee ; pain in calf ; creaking sound in right knee ; great toe very sensitive ; great fatigue, in chlorosis and tuberculosis ; children show no disposition to walk, or stumble and fall easily ; sweat on head ; pressure in hepatic region ; involuntary emission of urine.
Stepping : pain in calf ; < pain, in rheumatism.
Playing on piano : cough.
Ascending : vertigo ; headache in vertex ; want of breath ; palpitation ; pain, as if beaten, in upper arm and middle of thigh ; dizzy and entirely exhausted.
Turning : in bed, pain in neck ; feels as if the back “cricked ;” < turning from back to sides, tuberculosis.
Throwing shoulders back : > oppressive breathing.
Overdriven horses refuse to eat.
So-called nervous irritability and nervous excitement. θ Megrim. θ Muscular atrophy.
Nervous erethism. θ Herpes.
Sensation of power with lack of will force.
Peculiar fear of shadows thrown by candlelight ; a child.
Restless and irritable.
Uneasiness even to fainting.
Sudden starting of body, with jerking and roaring in ears.
A kind of voluptuous trembling, with sadness.
Attacks as of fear, passing from feet over body ; trembling ; grinding to teeth, doubling of fists, as if in furious anger ; wishes to destroy himself, yet retains consciousness ; afterwards a shivering over back.
Anxious trembling, with drowsiness.
Uneasiness and trembling fear, with internal chill.
Trembling in limbs and continuous lassitude.
Hysterical fits of laughing.
Muscular twitching ; clonic spasms and epileptic paroxysms. θ Addison’s disease.
Throws herself forcibly about, rolls on ground, tries to catch hold of bystanders’ clothing, which she puts into her mouth, bites and spits, makes a loud barking noise, all with open, dull eyes.
Chorea : sometimes only one-sided ; involuntary motions ; sometimes falling down ; violent motions of hands and feet ; from fright, onanism or worms ; in second dentition.
Chill with red face, gazes fixedly before him, fingers jerk spasmodically, while both arms lie stretched at length ; then wild laughter with fixed, staring gaze and hard, bounding pulse.
Convulsions in a little boy, with chalky stools and distended abdomen. θ Croup.
Spasms. θ Whooping cough. θ Dentition.
Tonic spasms, with scrofulous people.
Frequent severe spasms, especially in evening and at night, with coldness of thighs.
Epilepsy : before the attack sense of something running in arms, or from pit of stomach down through abdomen into feet ; sudden attacks of vertigo ; loss of consciousness without convulsions ; pharyngeal spasms, followed by desire to swallow. Causes : vexation ; fright ; onanism ; protracted intermittent ; suppression of chronic eruption. Worse at night, during solstice and full moon ; with hallooing and shouting.
Epileptic attack ; while standing at his work he fell suddenly to ground sideways, without consciousness, and on returning to consciousness found himself lying with outstretched arms ; this was followed by heat and some sweat.
Epilepsy of three years’ standing ; eight or ten fits daily ; < from 4 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Easily tired by bodily exertion. θ Uterine displacement.
Nervous debility. θ Dysmenorrhoea.
Protracted convalescence. θ Cerebra-spinal meningitis.
Muscular debility, uneasiness and lassitude. θ Addison’s disease.
Paralysis of voluntary muscles. θ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Exhaustion in morning. θ Phthisis pulmonalis.
Great weakness. θ Chronic diarrhoea. θ Bronchial catarrh.
From walking up-stairs, dizzy and entirely exhausted. θ Uterine displacement.
Weak, no animation. θ Cough.
General malaise. θ Leucorrhoea.
Easy relapses, one does not continue to convalesce.
Disinclination for every kind of labor.
Feels very tired. θ Consumption.
Very weary and sleepy the whole day.
Such great weariness that he is not able to walk.
Great loss of power on walking, especially in limbs, with exhausting sweat.
She was unable to go up-stairs, and became very much exhausted from it.
Great exhaustion on waking in morning from deep sleep, so that the confused and sleepy condition continued even after rising from bed.
Child languid, yellow and pale ; whining ; stool scanty.
Lassitude in limbs ; general sense of weakness after every walk, such as one feels after a fever ; it even goes so far as to amount to attacks of faintness with chill ; indistinct vision and nausea.
Great lassitude : with sickly complexion ; with intense appetite ; with vertigo and tendency to falling.
Very great weakness and debility : from a short walk ; from talking.
Very weak and sick for several days after coition.
Great prostration : with fluent coryza ; with nausea and vomiting of food taken.
Want of strength, especially in morning ; arising from loss of animal fluids.
Fainting : after loss of sight, with coldness ; after stool ; in Addison’s disease.
Spells of fainting in street ; come on with sensation of something rising from stomach to head ; feels as if he would die ; followed by bewilderment of mind. θ Tumor of eye.
Sensation as if about to faint, with headache.
After going out in evening, yawning and fainting.
Attacks like fainting after writing and thinking, when lying down, or when rising.
Great desire to be mesmerized.
Paralyzed in all limbs, even scalp feels lax.
Great heaviness of body.
Paralysis : of upper extremities ; of fingers ; of legs ; after onanism or sexual excesses.
Paralysis of voluntary muscles. θ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Locomotor ataxia ; after exposure to wet and cold ; after sexual excesses.
Considerable day sleepiness. θ Chronic diarrhoea. θ Neurosis cordis.
After siesta great dulness of head.
Weary sleepiness in all limbs in evening, with chilliness.
Great inclination to sleep after supper.
Sleepiness and continuous yawning.
Yawning : with cramps in stomach ; with fatigue ; with chilliness over entire body.
Late falling asleep in evening.
Sleeplessness : from many thoughts crowding his mind ; from mind turning on same thought ; from mortification at trifles ; until 2 or 3 A. M.
Restless, sleepless nights. θ Megrim. θ Gonagra.
Light slumber, or utter sleeplessness, from overactivity of mind. θ Onset of typhus. θ Chronic headache.
The same disagreeable idea always rouses the sick as often as they fall into a light slumber.
Horrible phantasies in bed, at night, before going to sleep.
When closing eyes, horrid visions. θ Typhus. θ Lying-in.
Raves in sleep. θ Keratitis.
Before going to sleep : severe sweating of face ; pressure in stomach ; burning itching as from nettles.
Very sensitive to noise, on going to sleep.
Starting in sleep, or just when going to sleep.
Child chews and swallows in sleep.
Heat and nausea, with very uneasy sleep.
Nightmare ; cramp in calves ; much palpitation and tumult of blood at night.
During sleep : short, almost sobbing breathing ; cough at night ; palpitation of heart.
Flighty and wandering at night.
Throws himself about in bed, all night. θ Tinea.
Continually throws himself about, with snoring groaning, the entire night.
Restless at night, with dry heat. θ Coryza.
Restless at night, with sweats on head. θ Dentition.
Disagreeable twitching in penis, in bed.
Visible jerking in left great toe, in bed.
Cold feet at night in bed.
Night sweats ; also after 3 A. M. ; sticky, only on legs.
Often obliged to get up in night, two or three times, to dry her head with a towel. θ Softening of brain.
Severe itching on various part of body, in bed.
Awakens early in night.
Cannot sleep after 3 o’clock in morning.
Frequent awaking at night.
On awaking : is roused with difficulty ; pain in head, with vertigo ; heaviness of head ; dull pain in forehead ; at first dull, then pressive pain in temple ; flickering appearance, like sparks of fire before eyes ; eyelids stick together ; taste in mouth like ink ; dryness of tongue ; drawing and cutting in abdomen ; at midnight, cough with nausea ; painful stiffness in spine ; painfulness of finger joints as if swollen.
After rising from bed, stupefying pressing pain in head.
Dozing even after getting up on her feet. θ Phthisis pulmonalis.
Inclination to stretch, mornings.
Uneasiness from dreams and heat.
Much orgasm of blood, at night, with many dreams.
Frightful dreams all night, and at last a sensual dream with an emission.
Anxious and frightful dreams, from which he was unable to free himself on waking.
Fearful of fantastic dreams during sleep.
Horrible, frightful dreams of sickness, death and corpses.
Night : congestion to head ; vomiting of some water ; pain in abdomen ; cough dry ; cramp in hands ; both knees hot, pale, swollen, very sensitive to touch ; coldness and deadness of feet ; burning of soles of feet ; great toe very sensitive on walking ; horrible phantasies ; nightmare ; cramp in calves ; much palpitation and tumult of blood ; flighty wandering ; throws himself about in bed ; restless ; awakens early in ; much orgasm of blood ; frightful dreams ; internal heat, especially in feet and hands ; skin hot ; dry nose ; stoppage of nose ; toothache.
Midnight : before, night sweats.
From 2 to 3 A. M. : sleeplessness ; chill commencing in pit of stomach.
At 3 A. M. : often night sweats ; cannot sleep after ; till afternoon, headache.
Morning : cough with yellowish expectoration ; loose cough ; greyish expectoration, purulent ; coryza with stiffness and rigidity of nape of neck ; hands feel cramped ; fingers stiff ; uneasiness and a feeling of stiffness in anterior muscles on beginning to walk ; ulcer-like sores on right knee, discharge pus on pressure ; exhaustion ; inclination to stretch ; dry tongue without thirst ; coldness of head ; photophobia <; nosebleed ; nausea ; pain in abdomen ; roughness of larynx ; lassitude.
Morning towards : in bed, itching worse.
At 11 A. M. : fever without chill.
Forenoon : chill with shivering ; headache <; fever.
Noon : unusual uneasiness in lower extremities, especially in ankles.
At 4 A. M. : stool.
From 4 A. M. to 4 P. M. : epilepsy worse.
Day, during : expectoration ; tremulous pulsation of heart, < after eating ; burning pain at nape of neck to occiput ; very weary and sleepy ; headache ; eyes full of gum.
Afternoon : cough ; cardialgia.
At 5 P. M. : screaming spells.
From 6 to 7 P. M. : fever without chill.
Evening : itching on scalp <; sweat of neck and head ; photophobia <; pain in eyes <; cramps in intestinal canal ; cough <; pain in finger joints ; insensibility of feet ; feet sweat ; chill with shivering ; fever for ten days ; first heat of face, then chill ; and night skin hot ; stinging in vertex ; diarrhoea.
TEMPERATURE AND WEATHER.
Cannot bear sun ; vertigo while walking in it ; headache <.
Inclination to uncover during heat. Comp. Sulphur.
Inspiration of fresh air was beneficial and strengthening.
Aversion to open air ; the least cold air goes right through.
Great sensitiveness to damp cold air.
Walking in open air : vertigo ; pressive headache ; tightness of chest ; crampy pains in arms ; pain in patella ; pressive pain in left tibia ; trembling of entire body ; lachrymation ; deafness <.
Warmth : headache >; toothache >; itching on scalp > ; pain in abdomen >.
After going from open air into room : great peevishness ; throbbing headache <; pressing outward in forehead worse.
In a draught : headache <.
The pain is aggravated by the slightest change, as from a current of air, cold or warm ; coldness of head <.
Taking cold : headache <.
Ailments resulting from draught, washing or working in water, and dread of water and bathing.
Immersion in cold water : > paroxysm of cutting in abdomen.
Getting wet : headache <.
Damp cold air : swelling in bones of skull <; asthenopia worse.
Cold applications : headache <.
Washing : stitches in vertex <.
After wetting feet : pain in ureters ; swelling of submaxillary gland.
Cold : toothache >; teeth very sensitive.
Dry weather : ulcers.
Wet weather : stitches in vertex <.
Coldness : of face, hands and feet ; of body, and cold sweat ; and indistinct vision, with attack of faintness.
She feels a sort of inward coldness.
Icy coldness in and on head.
Chilliness : with vertigo and headache ; with headache, after taking cold ; with stitches through head ; with pale, sickly complexion ; with grasping in hypochondrium ; with thirst, after motion of feet ; with erysipelatous inflammation of lower leg ; when rising in morning ; mostly in evening ; and cold creeping over body ; though limbs feel warm.
Chill begins in scrobiculus cordis with spasms, or cold agonizing weight, increasing with chill and disappearing with it.
Shivering over entire body, with sudden pain in parietal bone, as if it had been forcibly broken.
Fever without chill at 11 A. M. and from 6 to 7 P. M.
Chills, commencing at 2 P. M., in pit of stomach.
Chill at 11 A. M. one day, at 4 P. M. next.
Chill with shivering, mostly in evening, yet sometimes in forenoon.
Paroxysms occurred every other day at 11 A. M. ; chills began in feet and extended towards head. θ Intermittent.
Chill and headache ; drowsy fatigue in all limbs.
Thirst during chill. θ Intermittent.
Before chill : drawing in all joints, and great heaviness of head and body.
Dry heat with uneasiness and drowsiness.
Frequent attack of sudden universal heat, as if she had been drenched with hot water, with despair of life.
Heat with or without thirst, followed by chilliness and cold hands.
External heat, with internal chilliness, in evening in bed.
Inward chilliness alternating with flushes of heat. θ Coryza.
Paroxysm of fever in forenoon ; chill and heat alternating.
Hectic fever : with alternate chills and heat ; frequent attacks of flushes of heat, with anguish and palpitation of heart, or constant shuddering in evening, with red cheeks ; skin dry, withered ; sweats easily ; great debility ; after prolonged or profuse lactation, loss of fluids, tuberculosis, etc., etc.
Flushes of heat and trembling.
Heat and ebullition of blood to head.
Frequent flushes of heat, with anxiety and palpitation of heart.
Evening fever for three days, first heat of face, then chill.
Evening fever, with burning heat in belly and thirst for water the whole night. θ Chronic diarrhoea.
Fever in evening, with hard, quick pulse.
Nightly internal heat, especially in feet and hands, morning dry tongue, without thirst ; external heat of head.
Skin hot, especially evenings and nights, when it is covered with sweat, which threatens to exhaust child more and more.
Considerable fever with thirst, hot, dry skin, after getting wet.
Little fever. θ Gonagra. θ Gout.
Heat with inclination to uncover.
Skin hot, then cold clammy sweat. θ Cholera infantum.
Hot sweat. θ Intermittent.
Sweat over whole body, with severe cramp in stomach.
Great sweat on moderate motion.
Perspiration from least exertion, even in open, cold air.
Easily sweating. θ Tuberculosis. θ Worms.
Perspires easily. θ During intervals of epilepsy. θ Rheumatism. θ Bronchial asthma.
Sweats easily, when exerting himself, in preaching. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Heat and sweat after epileptic attack.
Sweat : of palms ; of feet ; most profuse on head and chest ; with uneasy sleep ; during first sleep.
Night sweat : especially on head, neck and chest ; before midnight, with cold limbs.
Clammy night sweat, only on legs.
Cold sweat and coldness of body.
Cold sticky sweat on feet.
Body always bathed in sweat, especially head, while feet are very cold. θ Palpitation.
Partial sweats : head, scalp wet, cold, wets pillow far around ; male organs ; nape of neck ; chest ; axilla ; hands ; knees (cholera infantum) ; feet.
Complaints after suppressed sweat.
Intermittent fever after abuse of quinine ; chronic forms with scrofula ; chill commences in stomach, agonizing weight, increasing with chill and disappearing with it ; with people who work much in cold water ; cachectic constitutions ; suppressed eruptions ; desire for eggs.
Attacks of intermittent with spasmodic symptoms.
Tertian evening fever ; first heat in face, then chilliness.
Typhoid fever, during aggravation which precedes rash (14th day), palpitation, tremulous pulse, anxiety, red face, delirium, jerks ; short, hacking cough ; excessive diarrhoea.
Sequela of putrid fever ; horses.
Useful in convalescence from yellow fever.
Returning at intervals : aching in throat.
Every morning : pain in brain ; violent headache.
Attacks several months apart. θ Epilepsy.
Lasting from 3 days to 6 months. θ Hereditary headache.
Worse towards new moon. θ Gangrena oris.
Worse during solstice. θ Epilepsy.
^^ Worse about new moon. θ Crusta lactea.
Worse during full moon. θ Epilepsy.
Some symptoms < every other day.
LOCALITY AND DIRECTION.
Left : boring in temple ; hemicrania ; pricking on side of head ; swelling in front of ear ; pain in temple ; seed wart on cheek ; as of a lump in side of throat ; pain in side ; pain in groin ; lung affected, stitches on inspiration, to throat pit ; abscess ; lancinating pain from sore spot in chest to right side ; pain in arm, with palpitation ; soreness in pectoral muscles ; shooting pain in shoulder down along arm and towards heart ; arm, weakness and a kind of paralysis ; shoulder, shooting ; convulsive trembling of index finger ; middle phalanx of middle finger painful ; piercing darting pains in ring finger ; foot dragged in walking ; lameness in knee.
Right : pain about eye ; drawing in temporal muscle ; ear and face swollen ; tickling in eustachian tube ; parotitis ; steatoma over parotid gland ; painfulness of wing of nose ; pain in ovarian region ; side, pain in ; external heat and swelling ; between ribs small lump, with difficult breathing ; shoulder, arthritic pain ; arm, internal drawing corrosive pains ; arm, pressing pain ; wrist, pain as from a sprain ; ganglion in wrist size of a bean ; atrophy of hip ; sensation as if hip was brittle, as well as short and small ; creaking in knee when walking ; ulcer-like sores on knee ; small, deep, painless ulcer on external malleolus ; fingers, hand, arm and leg cold and damp ; knee, blood-boils.
From left to right : shooting in temples ; lancinating in side.
First right then left : pain in ear ; darting pain in side.
From within outward : cutting thrusts in vertex ; stitches in ears and eyes.
As of a board before head ; as if everything was turning with her ; as if he would drop unconscious ; brain as if squeezed ; as if a piece of ice was lying on side of head ; as if right hip and thigh were brittle ; as if scalp was loosened from head back to nape of neck ; as if she should press eyes in ; as if eye moved involuntarily ; as if a grain of sand was under eyelid ; as if roots of teeth were being torn out ; as of a lump in throat ; as of a plug which moved up and down in throat ; as if a load or stone was in stomach ; as if laced below hypochondria ; as of worms crawling in abdomen ; as if rectum was torn open ; as if something was being torn loose in larynx when coughing ; as of dust in throat and lungs ; pain in sacral region, back and neck, after overlifting, as if wrenched, as if they were swollen ; as if r. hip and thigh were brittle, as well as short and small ; as if lower limbs had gone to sleep ; as if she had on cold damp stockings.
Cutting : in chest, on inspiration ; in forehead ; in vertex and occiput ; in eyes and lids ; in abdomen ; in epigastrium ; in upper part of abdomen ; in colon.
Lancinating : from sore spot in left chest ; nightly in arms.
Stitching : in head out of eyes ; in gums ; headache from cough ; in eyes ; in teeth ; in throat ; in hepatic region ; in left chest to hypochondrium ; in rectum ; at anus and in scrotum ; through female urethra ; in left chest to throat pit ; in region of heart ; pain in neck ; various part of back ; between scapula ; in thigh, on stepping ; in knee.
Cutting stitches : in urethra.
Cutting rending : from inguinal region to testicles.
Stitch : upward in chest muscles ; in left shoulder joint ; in temples ; in ears and eyes ; towards nasal bones ; in stomach ; in cervix.
Concussive stitch : in chest.
Stinging : in lump between ribs, right side, extending to shoulder blades ; in knee ; in bones ; in neck ; in eyes ; in palate ; in os uteri.
Needle-like stitches in buttock.
Prickling : stitches in muscles of chest ; on neck and face ; in left side of head ; in teeth.
Smarting : across gluteal region ; in eyes ; in throat.
Corrosive : pains in right arm.
Rawness : in chest, from dry cough.
Burning : in temples ; vertex ; in scalp ; in eyes : in canthi ; of tongue ; in eyelids ; in throat ; from epigastrium up ; at nape of neck ; in stomach ; in abdomen ; in rectum and anus ; at meatus ; of urethra ; of genitals ; in chest ; pain at nape of neck ; pain extending downward, with inclination to move ; in back of hands ; on tibia ; on soles of feet at night ; pain in corns ; in hands ; in veins.
Biting : eruption on feet ; on scalp.
Gnawing : in abdomen and stomach ; in teeth.
Boring : rheumatism of lumbar vertebra ; in bones ; in forehead and temples ; in teeth.
Jerking : in ears ; in teeth ; in stomach ; in abdomen to glans penis ; in rectum ; from small of back to anus.
Jerking stitching : in leg above ankle joint.
Tearing : pain as if, in chest ; rheumatism of lumbar vertebra ; in eyes and head ; in coccyx ; pain on outer side of forearm ; in knee ; in limbs ; in legs ; ulcers ; above eyes down to nose ; through brain ; in bones of head ; in scalp ; in cheeks ; in teeth.
Shooting : pains under left shoulder ; through limbs ; both upper and lower ; in temples ; in hip.
Darting : to ears ; in side.
Drawing : in temples ; pain between shoulder blades ; in hepatic region ; in coccyx ; pains in right arm ; in middle fingers ; in knee ; from forehead to vertex ; in temporal muscles ; in occiput ; in teeth ; in colon ; in hip ; from r. hypochondrium towards symphysis pubis.
Nipping : in entire hypochondrium.
Pinching : in entire hypochondrium ; in coccyx ; under navel ; in stomach ; in abdomen.
Piercing : dating pain in left ring finger.
Rooting : in teeth.
Digging : at pit of stomach ; in abdomen.
Griping : in abdomen and stomach ; in rectum ; in back.
Sore pain : in region of liver and spleen.
Bruised : arms feel, on moving them.
Soreness : in chest ; around tip of nose ; of tongue ; of oesophagus ; in abdomen ; of navel ; of soles ; between legs and at anus.
Aching : swelling of glands of neck and back ; of shoulder muscles and arms ; smarting across gluteal region ; in rectum ; in kidneys and lumbar region ; of testicles ; of vagina ; of back and hips.
Bearing-down pain : in pelvis.
Pressure : in stomach and chest ; on chest ; between and under shoulder blades ; in eyes ; on upper row of teeth ; in throat ; in hepatic region ; in abdomen ; in left groin ; in rectum.
Pressive sticking pain : in abdomen.
Pressing pain : in right arm ; in forehead ; in vertex ; in stomach ; in kidneys and loins.
Rheumatic pain : in upper cervical vertebra.
Dull pain : day and night.
Dulness : of head.
Undefined pain : in inguinal hernia ; in both sides of chest ; in back, with oppression of chest ; in neck, on turning head ; in left arm ; between shoulders and in lower part of back ; in shoulders, with fever ; in right wrist joint, as from a sprain ; in hands ; in tendo-achillis ; as if beaten in upper arms and middle of thighs ; at roots of hair ; shoots into ears and head ; in upper jaw ; in left temple ; on side and lower surface of tongue ; in throat ; in abdomen ; in epigastrium ; in left groin ; in rectum ; in uterus or right ovarian region ; in armpits ; in breasts ; in hip bones or in arms ; in larynx ; in calf.
Painful : stiffness in back.
Colicky pains : about umbilicus.
Urging : in back.
Tensive pain : in maxillary joint ; in swollen gland under jaw ; in head.
Severe spasms : in intestines.
Stupefying pain : in head.
Concussive throbs : in head, abdomen and chest.
Emptiness : in head.
Pulsating : in gums.
Beating : in stomach ; in abdomen.
Throbbing : ulcers ; in temples ; in middle of brain ; in vertex ; in eyelids ; in ears ; in teeth ; of gums ; in epigastric region.
Tightness : on chest ; of right temple ; in both hypochondria.
Tightening : pain in legs during pressive cramps in stomach.
Compressive pain : in heart.
Tension : in abdomen.
Hammering : in head.
Contractive drawing aching : in epigastrium and across abdomen.
Constriction : in chest ; with anxiety ; of abdomen upward ; in stomach ; in rectum ; in throat.
Cramped : hands and forearms ; in feet and legs.
Cramps : in stomach ; in intestinal canal ; in rectum ; in abdomen ; in toes and soles ; in arms.
Twitching : in penis.
Shocks : in head at night, from dry cough ; dull, from posterior wall of chest upward.
Heaviness : and painful weight in limbs, and great fatigue on walking ; of the body ; in forehead ; in upper lids ; of rectum ; of feet ; of legs.
Weight : sensation of, in different parts.
Weariness : of lower limbs.
Weak : feeling in back ; in left arm ; in chest.
Scratching : in throat.
Uneasiness : in legs ; in abdomen.
Numbness : of single parts ; in side of back, on which he has been lying ; in hands ; in great toe on walking.
Dead : fingers and feet feel as if.
Paralytic bruised pain in long bones and in joints of limbs ; also in small of back, on motion.
Warmth : ascending nape of neck.
Heat : and swelling of right chest ; around coccyx ; in head ; in ears ; in upper lids ; of face ; in top of head ; in rectum.
Cold : feeling in gluteal region ; feet ; icy feeling in and on head ; like cold air passing over the part ; on thighs ; top of head ; in eyes ; in abdomen.
Itching : in chest ; burning on neck ; on inner part of forearm ; of thighs ; on tibia ; on lower leg and foot ; eruption on feet ; crawling, on scalp ; burning on head and neck ; in eyes ; in canthi ; in ears ; in nose ; of eruption of face ; at nape of neck ; in rectum ; of anus ; on scrotum ; of sexual organs, male and female ; in larynx ; of thighs.
Dryness : of ears ; of nose ; of tongue ; of mouth ; of larynx.
Crawling : on side of nose ; on lower part of face ; in rectum.
Congestions : head ; eyes ; ears ; nose ; face ; chest ; abdomen, limbs ; plethora.
Anemic symptoms. θ Menorrhagia. θ Uterine tumor. θ Following loss of fluids, hemorrhage, sweat, diarrhoea, seminal emissions, etc.
Poor assimilation. θ Phthisis pulmonalis.
Bleeding from inner parts.
Varicose veins ; burning in veins.
Inflammation, painful swelling and induration of glands.
Glandular swelling. θ Keratitis. θ Catarrh. θ Gonarthrocace.
Atrophy, with glandular swelling of scrofulous subjects. θ Marasmus, etc.
Cancer of breast, very sensitive, and painful to touch.
Sour taste in mouth, or of food, sour vomiting, especially with children during dentition, also sour diarrhoea, accompanying affections of mucous membranes.
Pus : albuminous, whitish, yellow, copious or scanty, putrid.
Mild pus. θ Blennorrhoea.
Pus stinking. θ Horses.
Granular vegetations ; polypus (in nose, ear, bladder, uterus).
Boring, stinging or pulsating in bones.
Exostoses : horses, continually stretch the limb.
Tardy development of bony tissues, with lymphatic enlargements.
Osteomalacia with decubitus.
Softening of bones ; fontanelles remaining open too long, and skull very large ; swelling of joints.
Curvature of bones, especially of spine and long bones.
Extremities deformed, crooked. θ Rachitis.
Swelling, caries, necrosis and malformation of bones in scrofulous individuals.
Acts on epiphyses of bones.
Spinal meningitis extending from diseased bones of spine.
Steatoma, reappearing and suppurating every four weeks.
Crackling, or crepitation in joints as if they were dry.
Arthritic nodosities, with stiff joints.
Hip disease ; second stage ; scratches head on awaking ; craves boiled eggs ; swollen glands ; diarrhoea, etc.
White swelling of knee ; pressing, stitching pains intermitting at night and during rest.
Twitching of muscles.
Cramps in single parts, which draw limbs crooked, especially toes and fingers.
Muscular weakness ; children.
Muscles soft and flabby. θ Cholera infantum. θ Atrophy of infants. θ Asthma. θ Scrofula. θ Chlorosis. θ Chorea, etc.
Muscular atrophy ; muscles of back and limbs wasted.
With rheumatic pains hard welts are to be felt in muscles.
Rheumatism. θ Goitre.
Arthritic tearing in muscles.
Visible quivering of skin, from feet to head, with which he becomes dizzy.
Scrofulous eruptions and ulcers in children.
Fistulous, carious and scrofulous ulcers.
Puffiness. θ Chlorosis.
Bloatedness of body and face, with swelled abdomen in children.
In eruptions of skin determined by diseases, which usually (as hemorrhoids, disorders in secretion of urine, etc.) locate in internal organs.
Anasarca. θ Amenorrhoea. θ After scarlatina.
Tendency to obesity, especially in children and young people.
Atrophy, especially of neck and face. θ Chronic diarrhoea.
Emaciation ; imperfectly growing bones. θ Hydrocephalus traumaticus.
Great emaciation, with swelled abdomen and good appetite.
Marasmus ; large belly ; body and also limbs wasted ; appetite good ; hollow, wrinkled face ; skin dry ; wrinkled ; hair dry ; averse to exercise, etc.
Emaciation. θ Cholera infantum. θ Tuberculosis. θ Intestinal catarrh. θ Chronic diarrhoea. θ Leucorrhoea. θ Pneumonia.
Nutrition impaired, with tendency to glandular engorgements.
TOUCH, PASSIVE MOTION, INJURIES.
Horseback riding : > headache.
Pressure : middle phalanx of left middle finger painful ; aching in female genitals <; shooting in temples >; hardness of inguinal region <.
Touch : stitches in temple >; small ulcers on index finger painful ; both knees hot, pale, swollen, very sensitive to touch ; pain in calf ; painful, cancer of breast.
Scratching : stitches in vertex >.
Cannot bear tight clothing, particularly around hypochondria ; > from loosening garments.
Lifting : easily overstrained or sprained ; headache, backache, stiff neck, sore throat.
Small wounds suppurate and do not heal ; the wound is raw and inflamed, painful as if beaten.
After burns : chronic diarrhoea ; tumors.
When riding : aching in kidneys and lumbar region.
Itching on various parts of body.
Itching at all times < towards morning, in bed. θ Herpes circinatus.
Eruptions burn and itch. θ Keratitis.
Visible quivering of skin. θ Muscular atrophy.
Skin pale and flabby, or dry, shrivelled and yellow.
Bloated appearance of skin.
Chaps, or rhagades, especially in those who work in water.
Unhealthy, ulcerative skin ; even small wounds suppurate.
Skin sensitive to rubbing, when washing ; she must do it herself, and very gently.
Perceptible quivering of skin from head to foot, with giddiness.
Eruption of prickly heat over whole body.
Violent irritation about chest, back, neck and shoulders, and in calves of legs, followed by a reddish rash.
Elevated red stripes on tibia, with severe itching and burning after rubbing.
A red rash appears on 7th day. θ Peritonitis.
Whole body, particularly lower limbs, covered with large pomphi (vesiculi) of angry red color, itching terribly ; when scratched increasing in size ; < at night.
Chronic form of urticaria, mostly disappearing in cold air.
Skin rough, with appearance like miliary rash.
Miliary eruption over abdomen, itching so that he must scratch until he screams.
Erysipelas (lower leg, with swelling) in repeated attacks.
Scarlatina, with corrosive nasal discharge and swelling of glands of ear, first left side, then right ; sore throat ; skin of face pale, bloated, no sign of eruption there ; threatened paralysis of lungs.
Chronic forms or protracted cases of scarlatina, where temperament is leuco-phlegmatic, nose sore and obstructed, glands of neck swollen ; slow fever, especially < in morning ; child pale and languid, does not seem to convalesce after regular recession of eruption.
Extensive portions of body without redness. θ Scarlatina.
Sequela of scarlatina. θ Parotitis.
Yellow color of skin, with scrofula.
Eruption of white spots and some scattered red patches on wrists, back of hands, thighs, legs and ankles, with violent irritation.
Spots glistening through skin.
Fresh leprous spot on chin ; a rough dark spot soon becomes the size of a half dollar.
Milk-white spots on skin with dark borders.
Spots on skin usually white became more bluish.
Skin has a bran-like coating.
Herpes, burning ; chapped ; furfuraceous, or moist.
Eruptions moist, scurfy. θ Milk crust.
Scurfy pimples on border of free edge of lower lip.
Moist eruption behind right ear.
Thick crusts, moist or dry. θ Dermatitis.
Eczema, thin moist scabs upon head, with swollen cervical glands ; eczema behind ears.
Skin hypertrophied, dark red, secretes a corrosive fluid, which dries into thick crusts on both hands and forearms ; burning itching of parts ; motion of wrist and finger joints is painful.
Eruption with thick scales and yellow pus underneath.
Eruption yielding a thick, mild secretion. θ Impetigo.
In centre of spots dry vesicular elevations change into nodules.
Papules in various parts of body.
Pustular eruption on head, neck, shoulders and buttocks.
Pustules under breast painful on rubbing.
Acne indurata or punctata.
Induration in skin of horses.
Hard eczematous vesicles on backs of hands.
Itch-like phagedenic blisters on index fingers.
Blisters that leave raw spots, or are converted into ulcers, especially on elbow, on upper and forearm ; accompanied by bloated, florid and scaly appearance of face, and scabby condition of feet.
Blood-boils : appear on head, neck and shoulders, or on thigh instead of his asthma, during new moon ; on both cheeks in front of ears ; on right knee, can press out quantity of pus.
Eradicates predisposition to boils.
Old ulcers, deep, fistulous, carious.
Ulcers : simple, indolent, sloughing and hemorrhagic, putrid, carious, white or yellow ; tearing or throbbing ; < in morning, also just before falling asleep, on awaking, when letting limb hang down, before menstruation, from wet poultices, in Spring, in wet weather ; > when keeping limb elevated, in dry weather, from rubbing or scratching.
Ulcers : with red, hard, swollen circumference ; high and feeble granulations ; without much pain, or, tearing and throbbing in ulcers ; pus scanty, albuminous.
A red excrescence, size of bean, every four weeks ; inflames, breaks open, becomes hollow, discharges pus, and then heals.
Round swellings, which appear in different places, on joints of upper limb, breasts, lower legs and feet, with needle-like stitches, especially at joint ; also pain in ear, with fever heat and thirst.
Encysted tumors ; naked tumors. θ Horses.
Cystic swellings, discharging pus.
Bloody tumors ; nevus ; cholesteatoma ; enchondroma.
Recurring fibroid tumors.
Malignant tumors on head, eyes, nose, mouth, neck and female genitals.
Lipoma, from abuse of liquors, or from scrofula.
Many very small warts appear here and there.
Warts : round, soft at base, almost of color of skin, upper surface hard, rough, whitish and horny.
Wart appears, itches, bleeds and disappears.
Warts : inflamed, stinging ; suppurating, and forming ulcers ; thickly studding mouths of sheep.
Variola during teething ; sequela of variola.
Sequela of measles ; eye disease, etc.
After suppressed eruptions. θ Epilepsy. θ Megrim. θ Nervous palpitation of heart.
After suppressed pimples on face. θ Nervous palpitation of heart.
STAGE OF LIFE, CONSTITUTION.
Pale, leuco-phlegmatic, weakly timid persons.
Scrofulous constitutions, with pale face, rather fair complexion and disposition to corpulence.
More frequently indicated with the young ; cannot be often repeated with the old, unless higher potencies are used.
Diseases of children, especially during dentition.
Children and sucklings become thick and gross, as if fat, but are pale and unhealthy.
Leuco-phlegmatic temperament in childhood. θ Dentition.
Fair, plump children. θ Crusta lactea. θ Urticaria, etc.
Children : self-willed ; fair, plump ; fat, flabby, with red face, sweat easily, and readily take cold ; large heads and abdomens, open fontanelles and sutures, and crooked legs.
Fat child, at. 18 months, light hair, blue eyes. θ Tinea capitis.
Child, at. 2, blue eyes, blonde hair and fair skin. θ Hives.
Boy, at. 2, strumous, head sweats much at night.
Child, at. 3, blue eyes, blonde hair, plump fat habitus. θ Strabismus.
Boy, at. 10 ; since his fourth year. θ Mesenteric diarrhoea.
Miss, at. 14, light complexion. θ Epilepsy.
Puberty : girls who begin with menses too early and too profuse ; fat, yet chlorotic ; plethoric girls, amenorrhoea, etc.
Girl, at. 16, fair complexion, strumous family, easily excited to tears. θ Herpes circinatus.
Girl, at. 20, small, plethoric and blonde. θ Chlorosis with hermicrania.
Light-haired youth, growing rapidly. θ Tuberculosis.
Young who grow too fat and heavy. θ Ozana scrofulosa.
A young man, after he had worked with his bare feet in cold clay.
A widow, at. 40, large figure, round form, brown hair, blue eyes, white and delicate skin, constantly red cheeks, irritable. θ Gout.
Plethoric woman. θ Vulvar tumor.
Climacteric years ; hysteric women who have not been married ; who have had profuse catamenia ; metrorrhagia.
A woman, at. 60, night sweats of head since 37th year.
Man, at. 60, dark haired, muscular, thin and tall. θ Polypus.
Fat, unhealthy children. θ Ulcer of cornea.
Flat, flabby children, with red face, who sweat and catch cold easily. θ Enuresis nocturna.
During dentition. θ Eclampsia.
Nervous, hemorrhoidal, plethoric and lymphatic constitutions ; disposed to grow fat.
Chronic headaches of torpid constitutions.
Herpes in the scrofulous, with enlarged glands.
Scrofulous diathesis. θ Rachitis. θ Hydrocephalus. θ Crusta lactea. θ Keratitis. θ Catarrh. θ Strabismus. θ Herpes. θ Polypus auris. θ Cancrum oris. θ Intestinal catarrh. θ Worms. θ Amenorrhoea. θ Menorrhagia. θ Uterine displacement. θ Uterine cancer. θ Pruritus valva. θ Dysmenorrhoea. θ Gonarthrocace. θ Bronchial catarrh. θ Asthma. θ Scarlatina. θ Coryza. θ Nasal catarrh. θ Herpetic affections.
Leuco-phlegmatic, light complexion, blue eyes, blonde hair, fair skin.
Fair, light complexion, grows too rapidly. θ Tuberculosis.
Full habit and ebullitions.
Sanguine temperament, muscles soft, flabby. θ Goitre.
Darkish yellow complexion, spare habit. θ Icterus calculosus.
Nervous temperament, delicate constitution. θ Megrim.
Black hair, dark complexion, blue eyes. θ Rheumatism.
Nervous temperament, dark hair and grey eyes. θ Prosopalgia.
Nervo-bilious temperament, black hair, dark complexion. θ Muscular atrophy.
Fat persons. θ Prosopalgia.
Persons inclined to grow fat. θ At onset of typhus.
Leuco-phlegmatic temperament. θ Cholera infantum. θ Laryngo-tracheitis. θ Bronchitis. θ Hamaturia. θ Gleet. θ Menorrhagia.
Persons subject to nightly emissions. θ Bronchial catarrh.
Antidotes : Camphor, Ipecac., Nitr. ac., Nitr. spir. dulc., Nux vomica, Sulphur.
Calcarea ostr. antidotes : Bismuth, Cinchon., China sulph., Digit., Mezer. (headache), Nitr. ac., Phosphor.
Compatible : before Lycop., Nux vomica, Phosphor., Platin., Silica ; after Chamom., Cinchon., Conium, Cuprum, Nitr. ac., Nux vomica, Pulsat., Sulphur (especially if pupils dilate).
Incompatible : before Nitr. ac. And Sulphur, according to Hahnemann.
Complementary to Bellad.
Compare : Alumina, Ammonium mur. (tightness of chest) ; Arnica, Arsen. (swollen mesenteric glands) ; Bryon. (child chews and swallows in sleep) ; Baryta Bellad. (eclampsia, scarlatina, headache, crusta lactea, etc.) ; Calcarea phosph. (cold damp feet, uterine trouble) ; Chamom., Cina (worms) ; Cinchom. (deafness, etc.) ; Coccul. (weak from talking) ; Conium, Cuprum (epilepsy) ; Fil. mas. (tapeworm) ; Fluor. ac. (nevus) ; Iodium, Ignat. (child chews and swallows in sleep) ; Ipec. (diarrhoea, cholera infantum) ; Kali carb., Lycop. (typhus, intertrigo, gout, ophthalmia, gonitis, epilepsy, etc.) ; Magnes., Mercur. (canker sores, quinsy, heart, stool, sweat particularly on chest, with old people, etc.) ; Mezer., Nitr. ac., Nux vom. (headache, spasm of eyelid) ; Phosphor. (burning in vertex) ; Pulsat. (sleepless, restless after scarlatina) ; Rhus tox. (rheumatism, ophtalmia) ; Sacch. alb. (swollen mesenteric glands) ; Secale (menses) ; Sepia (convalescence from yellow fever) ; Silica (desire to be mesmerized, nevus, swollen mesenteric glands) ; Sulphur (epilepsy, intertrigo, gleet, etc.) ; Teucrium (polypus) ; Veratr. (weak from talking) ; Zincum (scarlatina).
General remarks : acts a long time ; with children, when indicated, may be often repeated ; with aged people, however, it should not be repeated, for if given to them a second time, especially if the first dose benefited, it will usually do harm ; when the remedy does not otherwise act, put it in child’s milk, if bottle-fed.