Thirstlessness in cerebro-spinal meningitis, ovarian dropsy, ascites and pregnancy. No thirst with heat; mouth dry.
Absence of thirst, or thirst not very marked; no thirst during chilliness.
Absence of thirst: slight thirst notwithstanding the general heat; no desire for drinks; aversion to all fluids, so that she behaves frightfully at the sight of them.
Complete absence of thirst; loathing sour things.
Constant loss of thirst.
Neither appetite nor thirst; nausea after drinking, with dizziness; pharynx feels contracted, so that nothing could be swallowed, from warm drinks.
Thirst rare; when thirsty drinks often, but little at a time; it provokes inclination to vomit. Thirstlessness, with slimy or dry tongue.
Neither appetite nor thirst, the thought of food is disgusting.