Over sensitiveness of the whole body (Coffea, Kali carb., Nux_V.).
SORE LAME, BRUISED FEELING ALL THROUGH THE BODY, AS IF BEATEN (Baptisia, Eup-P., Hamamelis, (A.)
Pricking from without inwards.
Loud blowing inspiration and expiration (C.).
Tearing and drawing in outer parts.
Tingling in outer parts (Aconite, Argentum nitricum, Nux vomica, Pulsatilla, Zincum met.).
Pain, as if beaten or bruised, in outer parts.
Pain, as if sprained in outer parts and the joints. Brown streak through the middle of the tongue (C.).
Pressing in inner parts. Involuntary stool and urine; brown or white diarrhoea, with distension of the abdomen before and rumbling in the abdomen during stool (C.).
Gout, with the greatest fear of being struck by persons coming towards him across the room (Hr.).
RETENTION OF URINE, DURING DYSENTERY (Mercurius). (A.)(<)
Twitching of the muscles (Hyoscyamus, Lachesis, Mygale, tarent-C.).
TRAUMATIC AFFECTIONS OF MUSCLES (a.). Myalgia of the intercostal muscles after great exertion, with a sensation as if all the ribs were bruised; short breath; pain in the chest, with anxiety (Ra.).
Ebullitions, with burning of the upper part of the body, but coldness of the lower part.
Tendency to small boils; ecchymosis on various parts of the body (Hr.).
Dysentery: with ischuria; fruitless urging; long interval between the stools (A.).
BAD EFFECTS FROM MECHANICAL INJURIES (FALLS, BRUISES AND CONTUSIONS).
In all acute diseases, brought on by mechanical injuries, Arnica montana should be studied thoroughly (Bt.).
MECHANICAL INJURIES, ESPECIALLY WITH STUPOR FROM CONCUSSION; INVOLUNTARY FAECES AND URINE (A.).
Bleeding of external and internal parts (vomiting of blood.).
Useful after injuries with blunt instruments (symph.) (A.). Petechiae (Baptisia, Hamamelis, Sulph-Ac.)
COMPOUND FRACTURES AND THEIR PROFUSE SUPPURATION (Calendula). (A.).
Traumatic ophthalmia (Bt.).
Traumatic injuries of the testicles (Conium,) (Bt.).
Haemoptysis, from mechanical injuries (Mil., Ruta., Bt.).
Hoarseness, caused by over-exertion of the voice, in persons who constantly speak or sing (K.).
Conjunctival or retinal haemorrhage, with extravasation, from injuries or cough (Ledum, Nux vomica). (A.).
Concussions of the brain and spine (D.).
Sudden wrenching of muscles from strains (D.).
EVERYTHING ON WHICH HE LIES SEEMS TOO HARD; COMPLAINTS CONSTANTLY OF IT AND KEEPS MOVING FROM PLACE TO PLACE IN SEARCH OF A SOFTER SPOT (A.).
UNCONSCIOUSNESS; WHEN SPOKEN TO ANSWERS CORRECTLY, BUT UNCONSCIOUSNESS AND DELIRIUM AT ONCE RETURN (A.).
Irritable and angry, wants to be let alone (C.).
Morose, repelling mood (B.).
Physically restless, but mentally prostrate or apathetic; says nothing ails him (Opium) (B.).
SAYS HE IS WELL, WHEN VERY SICK (Apis., Arsenicum, Cinnb., Hyoscyamus, Kreosotum, Mercurius, Pulsatilla). (K.).
FEARS, BEING STRUCK OR APPROACHED (Ambr., Belladonna, Ignatia, Kali carb., Lachesis, Stramonium, Thuja). (B.).
Answers slowly, with an effort (B.). Sopor; drops to sleep as he answers (B.). Belchings, tasting like rotten eggs (Bt.).
Feeling of nauseous repletion, after eating (G.).
Vomiting of dark, clotted blood (Hm.).
Gout, with extreme soreness (Colchicum). (D.). Cannot walk erect on account of a bruised, sore feeling in the uterine region (Hr.).
Abortion, from mechanical injuries (Bt.).
Paralysis (left sided); pulse full, strong; stertor, sighing, muttering (A.).
The patient feels as if he had been pounded (D.).
Rheumatism, resulting from exposure to dampness, cold and excessive muscular strain combined; the parts are sore and bruised (D.).
Retention or incontinence of urine after labour (Opium). (A.).
THIRST DURING CHILL (Apis., Caps., Cina, Eup-P., Ignatia, Natrum muriaticum, Nux vomica, Pyrog., Sepia, Silicea, Tuberculinum, Veratrum). (B.).
Hot head, with cool body (Belladonna) (B.).
Typhoid fever, with the greatest indifference; putrid breath; and red spots, like suggilations on the body (Hr.).
Ailments from spirituous liquors, or from charcoal vapours (A.).
May be used as a preventive of pyaemia (F.).
It tends to relieve the soreness following parturition and promotes proper contraction of the uterus and expulsion of coagula and of any portions of the membranes that may have been retained (F.).
Whooping cough; violent tickling cough, which seems to be excited whenever the child becomes angry (Ant-T., Bryonia, Chamomilla, Nux vomica, Staphysagria, Veratrum). The child loses its breath when it cries. Before a paroxysm it begins to cry. Why? (Because) the lungs and trachea are sore, The little sufferer knows what is coming on and dreads it (F.).
Ribbon like stools, from enlarged prostate or retroverted uterus (A.).
In the evening and through the night; from contact; from motion; from noise; during rest; when lying down; and from wine.
complementary to: Aconite, Bryonia, Hypericum, Nux vomica, and Rhus-t.
Similar to: Baptisia, Belladonna, Bryonia, China, Eup-P., Hamamelis, Kali-P., Phytolacca, Pyrog., Rhus toxicodendron, Ruta., Staphysagria, and Sulph-Ac.
It follows well after: Aconite, Apis., Hamamelis, Ipecac., and Veratrum, and is to be followed by Sulph-Ac.