Fever, with heat and tearing or drawing pains; less during motion.
Hysteric abdominal spasms, either recent or old ones aggravated.
Violent pains or feverish heat, with great nervousness and excessive sensitiveness.
Violent cramps and convulsions, or soreness in the folds, Pulsatilla having proved ineffectual for the latter symptom.
Old ailments are made worse, or cardialgia sets in: Coffea being ineffectual.
Nausea, with vomiting or diarrhoea, or soreness in the folds in infants.