Pallor of the body surface, with low fevers (Ferrum, Natrum muriaticum, Sepia).
Nape of the neck feels weary and tired, from writing or any exertion (N.).
Variableness of the symptoms (Ignatia, Kali-S., Tuberculinum).
Pain in the back, worse when sitting (Agaricus, Arg-M., Rhus toxicodendron, Sepia, Valer., Zincum met.) (N.).
DEFECTIVE VITALITY BRAIN OR NERVE POWER TOO WEAK TO DEVELOP- EXANTHEMATA, OR MENSES; TO EXPECTORATE; TO URINATE; TO COMPREHEND; OR, TO MEMORISE (N.).
Twitching of the members (Agaricus, Belladonna, Bufo., Cuprum, Helleborus, Ignatia, Lachesis, Mosch., Nux-M., Opium, Phosphorus, Zincum met.).
CANNOT KEEP THE FEET STILL (WHILE SITTING) (Alumina, Bar-C., Pulsatilla) (N.).
Constant trembling of the limbs with cold extremities (Stramonium) (N.).
Weakness and trembling of the hands while writing (Bism., Caps., Chelidonium, Stann.) (A.).
Spinal irritation (Phosphorus, Pic-Ac., Silicea) (A.).
Cannot bear back touched (Chin-S., tarent., Theridion) (A.).
Burning along the spine (Phosphorus) (D.).
Aching about the last dorsal or the first lumbar vertebra, worse when sitting (D.).
Twitching of single muscles all over the body (Ignatia) (N.).
Violent trembling all over, so as to shake the bed; lost nerve control (N.).
Excessive nervous moving of the feet in bed for hours after retiring, even when asleep (A.).
FIDGETY FEET; MUST MOVE THEM CONSTANTLY (N.).
Feet sweaty and sore about the toes (A.).
Foetid, suppressed foot-sweat (Silicea) (A.).
Chilblains, painful, worse from rubbing (A.).
INCLINATION TO COMA (Apis, Belladonna, Helleborus, Opium, Verat-V., Zincum met.).
Mental faculties impaired (Bar-C., Kali-P., Lycopodium, Natrum muriaticum, Phos- Ac.) (D.).
Child repeats everything said to it (A.).
Child cries out during sleep; whole body jerks during sleep; wakes frightened, starts and rolls the head from side to side (A.).
Convulsion during dentition, with pale face, no heat, except perhaps in the occiput, no increase in temperature (reverse of Belladonna); rolling the eyes, gnashing the teeth (Belladonna, Cuprum, Stramonium) (A.).
Chorea from suppressed eruption or from fright (Opium) (A.).
During sweat cannot tolerate any covering (A.).
Cannot take stimulants (Selenium) (N.).
Wine greatly aggravates all the symptoms (Alumina, Conium, Nux vomica) (N.).
Symptoms of the chest are ameliorated by expectoration; of bladder, by urinating; of back, by emissions (aggravated by emissions–Cobalt.); and general, by menstrual flow (N.).
In anaemic subjects, brain exhaustion; not able to develop exanthema (N.).
Cachexia, with prostration, emaciation, etc. (Calcarea, Ferrum, Nat- M., Sepia) (D.).
Descending paralysis (Bar-C., Mercurius; ascending paralysis–Agaricus, Arsenicum, Conium, Hydr-Ac., Kali carb., Mang.) (B.).
Somnambulism (Aconite, Anacardium, Art-V., Belladonna, Bryonia, Cicuta, Hyoscyamus, Ignatia, Kali-P., Lachesis, Natrum muriaticum, Opium, Phosphorus, Silicea, Stramonium) (K.).
Frequent jerking of the body during sleep (G.).
Varicose veins during pregnancy (Pulsatilla, Sepia) (Bt.).
COUGH DURING CATAMENIA (Calcarea phos., Graphites, Lac-C., Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Sepia, Sulphur, Thuja) (N.).
Menses flow more at night (Am-C., Am-M., Bovista, Coca, Coc-C., Gloninum, Magnesia carb., Mag-M., Natrum muriaticum, Sulphur) (G.).
Menses too early, too profuse (Calcarea, Phosphorus, Tuberculinum); lumps of coagulated blood pass away, mostly when walking (G.).
A constant distressing boring pain in the left ovarian region, only partially relieved by pressure, or during menstruation, but returns again soon after the flow (G.).
During menses, heaviness of the limbs, with violent drawing around the knees, as if they could be twisted off (G.).
Sudden shocks and jerks in the cardiac region (N.).
Vertigo, as if he would fall to the left (Lachesis, Natrum muriaticum, Sulphur) (R.).
Chronic sick headache (Gelsemium, Natrum muriaticum, Silicea) (Bt.).
MENINGITIS, WITH SHARP PAINS THROUGH THE HEAD (Apis, Belladonna, Helleborus, Lachesis, Lycopodium, Natrum muriaticum, Sepia, Sulphur) (D.).
Child cries out during sleep; rolls the head from side to side; face alternately pale and red (N.).
Impending paralysis of the brain (Hyoscyamus, Lycopodium) (A.).
Symptoms of effusion into the ventricles of the brain (Apis, Helleborus, Lycopodium) (A.).
Infantile convulsions (Belladonna, Cuprum) (Bt.).
AUTOMATIC MOTION OF HANDS AND HEAD, OR ONE HAND AND HEAD (Apocynum, Bryonia, Helleborus) (A.).
Typhoid: Delirium, attempts to get out of bed; complete unconsciousness; sliding down in bed (Mur-Ac.); grasping at flocks (Hyoscyamus); subsultus; decubitus; involuntary stool and urine (Kali-P.) (A.).
Upper eyelids heavy, as if paralyzed (Causticum, Gelsemium) (C.).
Agglutination of lids at night (Mercurius, Pulsatilla) (C.).
Inflammation of the conjunctiva, worse in the inner canthi; pains worse during evening and night, as from sand, with frequent lachrymation (N.).
Great weakness of sight (Calcarea, Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Sepia, Sulphur) (Bt.).
Sticking in the right eye (Bt.).
PTERYGIUM (Argentum nitricum, Calcarea, Lachesis, Sulphur) (K.).
Itching and stinging in the inner angles of the eyes, with cloudiness of vision (N.).
Sensation of drawing together of the eyes as by a cord (R.).
Dim vision (Cyclamen, Kali-P., Phosphorus, Sepia) (R.).
Photophobia (Conium, Euphr., Natrum muriaticum) (R.).
Objects appear elongated, sometimes double (R.).
Much burning in the eyes and lids, in the morning and evening (C.).
Cough worse after sweet things (Medorrhinum, Spongia) (Hr.).
Dry, spasmodic cough, morning and evening (Alumn., Bar-C., Carb- An., Hepar, Ignatia) (R.).
DURING THE SPASMS OF COUGH THE CHILD GRASPS THE GENITALS (R.).
Hoarseness (Alumina, Calcarea, Causticum, Phosphorus, Rhus toxicodendron) (C.).
Tightness and oppression of the chest (Arsenicum, Carbo vegetabilis, Kali carb., Lachesis, Phosphorus, Sulphur).
Bloody expectoration (Hepar, Pulsatilla, Stann.) (C.).
Palpitation (Aconite, Kali-P., Lachesis, Phosphorus, Spigelia). (C.).
Tension and stitches in the praecordial region (C.).
Constriction in the oesophagus during deglutition (Alumina) (R.).
Deathly sickness at the stomach, with marked nausea Nat-T, Arsenicum, Bryonia, Ipecac., Tabacum, Verat).
Great greediness when eating; cannot eat fast enough (A.).
RAVENOUS HUNGER, ABOUT 11 or 12 A.M., (Sulphur) (A.).
Terrible heart-burn after taking sweet things; much nausea and vomiting (G.).
Sweetish rising from the stomach (Bt.).
Flatulent colic; worse towards evening, and from wine (G.).
Great difficulty in expelling stools, which are insufficient (Anacardium, Ignatia, Sepia) (G.).
Haemorrhoids, with itching, burning and sticking (Aesculus, Sulphur) (C.).
Diarrhoea with great debility (China, Phosphorus) (C.).
Constant urging to pass water; only when sitting and bending backward can be discharge the same (can only urinate lying- Kreosotum,); much sand in the sediment (N.).
Pressive, cutting about the kidneys (B.).
Retention of urine (Causticum, Opium, Veratrum) (R.).
Partial paralysis of the bladder (Arnica, Causticum, Opium) (R.).
INVOLUNTARY URINATION WHILE WALKING, COUGHING AND SNEEZING (Causticum, Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla, Sepia) (C.).
Acute drawing in the forepart of the urethra and in penis (C.).
Urine turbid or loam-coloured in the morning (C.).
Sexual desire several times in the night (Cantharis, Phosphorus). (G.).
Irresistible desire for onanism (Nux vomica, Acid phosphoricum., Staphysagria) (G.).
Drawing up of the testicles with pain and swelling (R.).
EMISSIONS AT NIGHT WITH LASCIVIOUS DREAMS (Cantharis, Nux vomica, Phosphorus, Sulphur) (R.).
Long-lasting and violent erections (Cantharis, Phosphorus, Pic-Ac.) (C.).
Easily excited (Nux vomica, Phosphorus) (C.).
The emission during an embrace is too rapid (Nux vomica, Sulphur), or difficult and almost impossible (Graphites) (C.).
ALL HER OTHER COMPLAINTS DURING MENSES FEEL QUITE WELL WHILE THE FLOWS ON (N.).
After dinner; towards evening; from urine; while sitting; after being heated; from suppressions; from noise; from touch; and from exhaustion.
During the menses; by restoration or development of eruptions; from expectoration; from seminal emission; from restoration of discharges; from walking about (backache); from motion; from hard pressure; and in the open air.
Compare: Apis, Belladonna, Cicuta, Cuprum, Gelsemium, Helleborus, Lachesis, Lycopodium, Opium, Phosphorus, Rhus toxicodendron, Silicea, Sulphur, and Tuberculinum, in incipient brain diseases from suppressed eruptions.
Inimical to: Chamomilla and Nux vomica (should not be used before or after).
Is followed well by Ignatia (but not by Nux vomica, which disagrees.).
complementary: Pulsatilla Antidotes: Camph., Hepar, and Ignatia