Exceeding irritable, fretful (Nux vomica) (A.).
“Too ugly to live” (A.).
Cannot bear to be spoken to (Arsenicum, Conium, Hyoscyamus, Acid nitricum, Nux vomica, Sepia) (A.).
Aversion to talking (Aurum, Carb-An., Cocc., Gloninum, Acid phosphoricum., Platina, Sulphur) (A.).
Can not endure any one near him (Anacardium, Ignatia, Natrum muriaticum, Nux vomica) (A.).
Bad effects from wrath, from coffee and narcotic palliatives.
Snappish; can not return a civil answer.
Cross and peevish, angry disposition (Belladonna, Cina., Lycopodium, Nux vomica, Sulphur).
Unceasing crying and yelling (Belladonna, Cina., Natrum muriaticum, Stramonium).
Anxious restlessness in mind and body with tossing about (Arsenicum).
THE CHILD WANTS TO BE CARRIED, AND IS THEN MORE QUIET (Cina).
THE CHILD wants and cries for things and when it gets them it throws them away (D.).
THE CHILD IS EXCESSIVELY FRETFUL; MUST BE CARRIED UP AND DOWN THE ROOM ALL THE TIME; IS ONLY QUIET THEN (G.).
Often gives vent to her ill humour, inspite of all restraint (G.).
Oversensitiveness to pain, and of the organs of sense to fresh air and wind (Belladonna, Coffea, Nux vomica).
Pain: seems unendurable, drives to despair; worse by heat; worse in the evening before midnight; with heat, thirst and fainting (A.).
Puts his feet out of bed; soles burn (Sulphur). (Hr.).
TWITCHINGS AND CONVULSIONS OF CHILDREN DURING DENTITION (Aconite, Belladonna, Calcarea, Cuprum, Hyoscyamus, Magnesia phos., Stramonium).
STOOLS LIKE CHOPPED EGGS AND SPINACH (G.).
HOT, DIARRHOEIC STOOLS, SMELLING LIKE ROTTEN EGGS (G.).
Pulsating pain, as from concealed suppuration (Belladonna, Hepar, Natrum muriaticum).
Bitter taste in the mouth with bilious vomiting (Bryonia, Ipecac., Nat-S., Nux vomica, Sepia) (Bt.).
Tongue coated yellow (Chelidonium, Natrum phos., Nat-S.) (Bt.).
Colic, with green diarrhoea and restlessness (Aconite, Arsenicum, Colchicum, Coloc., Mercurius) (G.).
Severe colic; abdomen distended like a drum; wind passes off only in small quantities (G.).
Heat and redness of one cheek (Cina, Ferrum, Lachn.).
Pains accompanied by thirst and heat (Belladonna, Ferr-P., Stramonium).
Perspiration of the head, especially the borders of the hair (Calcarea, Calcarea phos., China, Mercurius, Natrum muriaticum, Rhus toxicodendron, Silicea).
Rheumatic pains drive the patient out of bed and compel him to walk about (D.).
The pain almost drives him crazy (Aconite, Arsenicum, Coffea) (D.).
Drowsiness with moaning and starting (Belladonna, Gelsemium, Hyoscyamus, Lycopodium, Podophyllum, Stramonium).
Sleepy, but cannot sleep (Belladonna, Causticum, Opium) (A.).
Pain with numbness of the affected part (Aconite, Arsenicum, Conium, Kali-N., Platina, Plb., Pulsatilla) (A.).
A dry, teasing cough, keeping the child awake, or else a rattling cough, as if the bronchi were full of mucus (D.).
TOOTHACHE: IF ANY THING WARM IS TAKEN INTO THE MOUTH (Bism., Bryonia, Coffea, Kali- C., Lachesis, Pulsatilla, Sepia), ON ENTERING WARM ROOM. (Ant-C., Bryonia, Iris., Kali-S., Magnesia carb., Nux vomica, Acid phosphoricum., Pulsatilla); IN BED, FROM COFFEE., DURING MENSES OR PREGNANCY (Aconite, Belladonna, Calcarea, Lyss., Magnesia carb., Mercurius, Pulsatilla, Sepia) (A.).
Throbbing headache in one-half of the brain (Belladonna, Gloninum, Lachesis, Natrum muriaticum, Verat- V.) (Br.).
Flatulent colic, after anger, with red cheeks hot perspiration (Br.).
Abdomen distended like a drum (Argentum nitricum, Arsenicum, Carbo vegetabilis, China, Cocc., Colchicum, Hyoscyamus, Lachesis, Lycopodium, Phosphorus, Terebintha) (N.).
Diarrhoea: from cold, anger or chagrin; during dentition; after tobacco; in child-bed; from downward motion (Borax, Sanicula) (A.).
Stool green, watery and corroding (Mercurius, Sulphur). (A.).
Stitching, griping pains in the pit of the stomach and beneath the short ribs, impeding respiration (R.).
Vertigo after eating, or on rising from bed, with tendency to faint (C.).
Coldness of one part with heat of another (B.).
Eructations smelling of bad eggs (Agaricus, Ant-T., Arnica, Psorinum, Sepia) (C.).
Great thirst for cold water (Bryonia, Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Sulphur) (C.).
Profuse sweat on covered parts (Belladonna, China, Ferrum, Acid nitricum, Nux vomica, Secale, Thuja) (C.).
High fever with sweating, especially on the head (Belladonna); thirsty; one cheek red and hot, the other pale and cold (N.).
Sweats with the pains (Ant-T., Belladonna, Bryonia, Chelidonium, Coloc., Hepar, Lachesis, Mercurius, Natrum carbonicum, Sepia) (N.).
Face sweats after eating or drinking (N.).
Warm sweat on the head wetting the hair (Belladonna) (N.).
Restless sleep; moaning, starting up, crying, tossing about and talking while asleep (N.).
Frequent discharge of coagulated blood, with tearing pains and frequent desire to urinate (G.).
Violent labour-like pains in the uterus (Belladonna, Cimic., Magnesia phos., Pulsatilla, Secale, Sepia, Vib.) (Bt.).
HER LABOUR PAINS ARE SPASMODIC AND DISTRESSING; CAN HARDLY BEAR THEM; WANTS TO GET AWAY FROM THEM; IS VERY IMPATIENT (G.).
Labour pains pass upward; she is hot and thirsty, cross and inclined to scold (N.).
Burning in the vagina, as if excoriated (Arsenicum, kreosotum, Sulphur), with yellow, smarting leucorrhoea (Calcarea, Kreosotum, Nat-S., Sepia) (G.)(>)
CONVULSIONS OF CHILDREN FROM NURSING, AFTER A FIT OF ANGER IN MOTHER (Nux vomica; after fright in mother–Opium) (A.).
In the night; after breakfast; after suppressed perspiration; on getting warm in bed; in the evening; from anger; in open air; in the wind; and from eructations.
From being carried; from fasting; and in warm, wet weather.
complementary: Belladonna, in diseases of children. or cranial nerves.
Useful in cases spoiled by the use of Opium or Morphine in complaints of children.
Mental calmness contra-indicates Chamomilla.
COMPARE: Belladonna, Borax, Bryonia, Coffea Pulsatilla, and Sulph.