Long-lasting coryza (A.).
NOSE BLEED: WHEN WASHING THE FACE AND HANDS IN THE MORNING, FROM LEFT NOSTRIL; AFTER EATING (A.).
Ozaena: blowing bloody mucus from the nose frequently (A.).
Blood rushes to the tip of nose, when stooping (A.).
Great sensitiveness to the cold (Hepar, Psorinum, Silicea).
Children dislike washing (Ant-C., Sulphur). (A.).
STOPPING OF THE NOSE, MOSTLY AT NIGHT. MUST BREATHE THROUGH THE MOUTH (Lycopodium, Nux vomica, Stict.). (A.).
SNUFFLES OF INFANTS (hep., Nux_V., Sambucus, Stict.). (A.). Profuse watery coryza (All-C., Natrum muriaticum,). (B.).
Tearing in the joints, relieved by the heat of the bed.
Lies in profound stupor; the breathing is stertorous, and the vitality is greatly weakened (Bl.).
Tendency to gangrenous ulceration (Arsenicum, Baptisia, Carb-Ac., Lachesis, Acid nitricum, Phosphorus) (Bt.).
Stinging and tearing pains (Apis., Bryonia, Kali carb., NIt-Ac., Phosphorus)
The teeth loosen and gums ulcerate (F.).
Toothache; after taking sweets (Natrum carbonicum, Phosphorus, Sepia,); from touch of tongue; before, during and after menses; better from external warmth (K.).
TENDER, BLEEDING GUMS (Kreosotum, Mercurius, Nat.-M.) (B.).
Drawing and tension, as from the shortening of the muscles.
MALIGNANT SCARLATINA: DARK RED, sore throat, PAROTID AND CERVICAL GLANDS MUCH SWOLLEN; SKIN RED, WITH MILIARY RASH OF FAINTLY DEVELOPED ERUPTIONS (N.).
CHOLERA-LIKE SYMPTOMS AT THE BEGINNING OF MENSTRUATION (N.).
Inclination to stretch the limbs (Arsenicum, Belladonna, Calcarea, Causticum, Chamomilla, Nux_V., Pulsatilla, Rhus toxicodendron)
Pain, as of dislocation in the joints.
Pain, as from sub-cutaneous ulceration.
Menses composed of clots; premature and abundant (Calcarea, Ferrum, Sabina,) (Bt.).
DIARRHOEA AND VOMITING, DURING MENSTRUATION.
Debility, which only permits to lie down.
Ar every menstrual period, there is a discharge of blood from the bowels (N.).
Disinclination to walk in the open air, and from it AGGRAVATION of many complaints.
Weak anaemic flabby women, addicted to the smelling bottle (N.).
Restlessness of the body in the evening.
The right side of the body is mostly affected (Lycopodium, Mercurius)
Dry cough, as from dust in the throat (Arsenicum, Drosera, Lycopodium, Pulsatilla, Sulphur).
Cough only at night, or only in day time.
Dyspnoea from retrocession of an eruption (Ant-T., Arsenicum, Bryonia, Phosphorus, Sulphur) (Bt.).
Incessant cough, excited by a sensation as of feathers down in the larynx, from 3to 4 A.M. (Bt.).
Examination of a scarlet colour (Belladonna, Rhus-t., Sulphur)
Erysipelas of old, debilitated person. Cerebral symptoms, simulating a drunken stupor, are present (N.).
Itching eruptions; desquamation of the skin.
Panaritium; fingers inflamed; deep-seated periosteal pain (Fluor-Ac., Sil) (N.).
Talking and hearing others talk affect him greatly.
Mistakes in writing and speaking (Lycopodium, Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus) (G.).
Ill humour during wet, stormy weather (A.).
Disposed to weep particularly in the evening (Pulsatilla, Sepia,) (G.).
Pain at pit of stomach, with heart-burn, nausea., water brash, and chilliness (Br.).
There is a feeling as of a lump in the throat (Ignatia, Lachesis, Nux-M.,) (F.).
Swollen veins and bluish colour of the extremities (Carbo vegetabilis, Lachesis,) (R.).
GREAT OPPRESSION OF BREATHING, ESPECIALLY IN GOING UP EVEN A FEW STEPS (Arsenicum,. Calcarea, Phosphorus). (C).
Hoarseness (Argentum nitricum, Carbo vegetabilis, Phosphorus, Rhus toxicodendron,) (C.).
Bleeding haemorrhoids; varices protrude during stool, which are very painful a long time after hindering walking (Ignatia, Acid nitricum, Thuja) (G.).
Violent palpitation of the heart, followed by syncope (Lachesis, Nux-M., Veratrum) (G.).
Dilatation of the heart (Digitalis, Lachesis, Phosphorus,) (F.).
Chronic bronchitis with atony of the bronchial tubes (F.).
Much disturbed by night mare nearly every night (G.).
Emphysema (Ant-A., Ant-T., Arsenicum, Bromium, Carbo vegetabilis, Hepar, Lachesis, Lobelia, Phosphorus, Sulphur). (Br.)
Asthenic pneumonia (Carbo vegetabilis, Lycopodium, Phosphorus,) (Br.).
The pulse is very weak (F).
Much oppression in breathing; worse after any effort, and entering a warm room, or ascending even a few steps (Br.).
From washing; in the evening; during cold, wet weather; from wet wet poultices; and during menses.
From lying on the abdomen; from lying on painful side; and in dry weather.
It ANTIDOTES poisoning with Rhus Tox. and stings of insects.
Is also useful in poisoning by charcoal fumes (Arnica, Bovista)
Affects the right side most.
Inimical to Lachesis.