Often from exposure to dry, cold air; teething; very restless, anguish; biting its fists; dry, hot skin; twitching of single muscles; costive or dark, watery stools; convulsions from otitis or from the irritation of worms; vertigo on rising from a recumbent position.
Spasms with stupor, delirium; turning of eyes downward; epileptiforms; with clenched thumbs, red face; opisthotonos; great weakness, children cannot stand or hold their heads up.
Spasms, with tremors of body; involuntary movements while awake.
Convulsions, with unconsciousness and inability no swallow; frequent piercing shrieks; after long-continued convulsions weak; emaciation with tendency to sweat easily from slight exertion; during convulsions rigidity of limbs.
Spasms from repelled eruptions, with paleness of skin and difficult breathing; great prostration and faintness; cold sweat on forehead.
Nervous restlessness; convulsions; trembling and jerking of limbs; shrieking; boring the head into the pillow; cerebral affections.
Spasms, in consequence of a fall or other injury. (Hepar follows well.)
The child lies as if dead; pale, but warm; is breathless for some time; finally it twists its mouth, fist to one side, then to the other; a violent jerk appears to pass through the whole body and respiration and consciousness gradually return.
Convulsions from irritation of worms (Cin., Stann.).
Starting from sleep with a wild look, dilated pupils; heat of the head and hands; red eyes and flushed face; sopor after
spasms. Convulsion may commence in arm and then the body he thrown forward and backward; child very drowsy, but cannot sleep; sudden twitchings or jerks while asleep or awake, screaming for hours without cause.
Spasms developed through repercussion of measles.
Tendency to spasms in scrofulous diathesis; open fontanelles; teething process generally very slow or may be too rapid; often needful after Belladonna
Spasms from suppressed catarrh of head an chest; TRISMUS AND TETANUS NEONATORUM, ORIGINATING IN SOME WOUND, affecting the nervous and venous system.
Affecting upper part of body, with feverish heat and coldness of hands and feet; convulsive motions of the extremities in the evening while sleeping, with disturbed vision and icy coldness of body.
Child makes itself stiff and bends backward; petulant and angry disposition, kicks with the feet and screams immoderately. Convulsions of children; legs moved up and down; grasping and reaching with the hands; mouth drawn from side to side; hot sweat about head and face, eyes starting, jerking and twitching even in sleep. The nurse may have had a fit of anger which causes the convulsions of the child.
Violent shocks through the head, arms and legs, which cause them to jerk suddenly; spasmodic rigidity of the body, either opisthotonos or emprosthotonos. The child seems well and in great spirits, when suddenly it becomes rigid, then relaxation sets in, with great prostration. Tonic spasms, renewed from the slightest touch, or the least talking or walking about. Helminthiasis, or dentition.
Children wake at night with a frightened look and trembling of the limbs, covered with cool, clammy sweat.
Child is feeble, lax and ailing; painful sensibility in the limbs of whole body on motion or touch; attacks worse early in morning and evening, and most violent after eating; convulsive attacks at night; spasms of children with throwing the arms from side to side; convulsions of the extensor muscles, the child becomes suddenly stiff, followed by trembling of whole body, with blue lips, and whining; complains of pain in throat, chest and all the limbs; there is a clucking noise during convulsion as if water were poured out of a bottle from throat down to abdomen; paralytic pains in arms and legs; child cross, will not be pleased, strikes around him.