Relates to new symptoms appearing after the remedy. If a great number of new symptoms appear after the administration of a remedy, the prescription will generally prove an unfavorable one.
Now and then the coming of a new symptom will simply be an old symptom coming up that the patient has not observed, and thinks it a new one.
The greater the array of new symptoms coming out after the administration of a remedy, the more doubt there is thrown upon the prescription.
The probability is, after these new symptoms have passed away, the patient will settle down to the original state and no improvement take place. It did not sustain a true homoeopathic relation.