Intense anxiety, with fear of death; coldness, cold sweat; feeble pulse or full, strong and throbbing; intense pain in all directions; frequent change of position without relief, but no exhaustion (as in Arsenicum); suffocative constriction of chest, so distressing that he sweats from agony; flushed face; pain in cardiac region, going down left arm; general or local numbness and tingling, particularly in recent cases occurring in strong plethoric subjects.
Angina pectoris, gastralgic form; constant feeling of a lump in epigastrium, with pain under sternum; drawing in region of diaphragm, with sharp pains in left side; faintness with an empty feeling; heaviness of stomach, sometimes alternating with a jerking sensation, as of some heavy object; constriction of chest.
Oppression of chest, numb feeling in arms, palpitations (<) in open air, with sensation as if a lump were there, as if chest were stuffed up; beat of heart is felt like the tick of a watch.
Audible palpitation, with attacks of great anxiety; as if dying; cold sweat; involuntary flow of tears; unable to speak; loud, difficult breathing and trembling of hands, (<) after every exertion; great praecordial distress, followed by syncope; howling from pain, but unable to speak.
Tumultuous action of the heart, with much dyspnoea, felt through carotids up to the ears; heat, throbbing and intense fulness in the head; face deeply flushed; irregular, rumbling sort of sound in the heart,(<) by motions and emotions; cannot endure warmth, opens doors and windows, even in cold weather; pulse slightly quickened.
Pain from liver up through left chest and down left arm; veins on hand swollen, purplish; sudden pain, as if heart was squeezed, or as if it got a shock; pain excessively violent, hardly bearable beating of heart more like a quivering; motion of heart first very rapid and then suddenly slow; faintness, feebleness; hurried, variable pulse and irregular rhythm of heart, horror of instant death; head hot, body cool;(>) from any exertion.
Sudden tightness about the heart; agonizing praecordial pain; pains into the neck and occiput; anxiety, oppression, difficult, breathing, fainting spells; least motion makes him lose his breath; sits bent forward or his head thrown back; (>) at night, especially from 1 to 5 in the morning; cannot bear cold air, wishes to be covered; pulse feeble, irregular, intermittent; paroxysms recurring regularly, especially in malarious districts.
Pressure in region of heart as if too full and expanded, pulse small; nervous palpitation from overexertion or suppression of discharges (in women); tremor of the heart while sitting; beating of heart and pulse small, quick and irregular.
ORGANIC AFFECTIONS OF THE HEART; hypochondriasis; great nervous weakness, with utter despair; feeling as though the heart ceased beating for a while, and then at once a hard thump is felt; (<) while reposing;(>) by moving, walking and on getting warm; suffocative fit, with constrictive oppression of the chest; falling down unconsciously, with blueness of the countenance; when walking the heart seems to shake as if it were loose; sometimes a single but violent beat of the heart; ascending a hill or stairs causes palpitation and dyspnoea; after fright or vexation palpitations, which he can feel and hear; pain in cardiac region extends down left arm and hand to fingers; red face, lips deep red; sensation as if the heart stool still.
Attacks from mental excitement or fright; cutting pain in right chest above the sixth rib inside the base of nipple, extending down the left arm; the slightest motion brings on attacks; constant, dull pain in left arm to the fingers; sensation of great oppression, it seems as if something should expand but will not.
Nervous excitability; palpitation of heart in debilitated persons; feeling as though an iron band was around heart, preventing its motion (<) when lying on left side, when walking and at night, with great melancholy; suffocative constriction at throat, with full throbbing carotids; uncomfortable sensation at pit of stomach, as if falling; periodical fits of suffocation, with fainting, cold sweat on face and pulselessness.
Oppression of breathing from tensive, pressive pain in middle of sternum, which is also sore to the touch; obliged to breathe deeply; sensation of apprehension in throat, with dyspnoea and great agitation, must sit up most of the time, wheezing and mucous rales;; sleepiness.
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