Spasmodic pains in the hypochondria, alternating with oppression of the chest and difficulty breathing. Crampy pressure in the region of the liver. Intermittent lacerating in the region of the liver. Stitching in the herpetic region and the right hip. Sharp jerking stitches in the hepatic region, sometimes in paroxysms. Stitching, with pressure, deep in the region of the spleen. Pulsative feeling. Pressure in the region of the kidneys, sometimes reaching in to the chest. STitching pressure in the region of both kidneys.


Colic, as if diarrhoea would come on. Attacks of violent colic, with nausea and flow of water from the mouth. Pressure in the whole abdomen. Had pressure in the sides of the abdomen,, hypochondriac, and back. Tension in both sides of the abdomen. Tensive sensation above the umbilicus, with a felling of qualmishness in the pit of the stomach. WEight in the abdomen. Colicky dull pains in the abdomen. Lancinations in the umbilical region. Biting sensation in the whole epigastrium.

Pressing and pushing in the public region. Protrusion of inguinal hernia. Sensation in the inguinal gland as if swollen. Frequent gurgling in the epigastrium and hypogastrium.


Constipation, but some slight indication for stool. Frequent ineffectual urging to stool. Dry insufficient stool. Tough scanty stool, followed by pressing, and heat and burning at the anus. Hard, small, dry stool, with much straining and rumbling. Several loose papescent stools, enveloped in bright-red foamy blood, with preceded by colic. Diarrhoeic stool, with flatulence. Papescent diarrhoea for many days, painless, but some tenesmus after stool. Colic at every stool and emission of flatulence. Burning at the anus, during and after stool. Drawing pain in the rectum, as far as the abdomen. Cutting and smarting sensation in the rectum. Lacerating at the anus. Creeping, with pressure, in the anus. Creeping at the anus, as of worms. itching at the rectum. Soreness and tingling in the anus. Soreness of he rectum. Burning at the anus. Protrusion of the varices, smarting and painful. Discharge of blood from the anus.


Retention of urine, when commencing to urinate. diminished secretion of urine. Reddish urine The urine looks turbid and loam-colored. Very yellow urine, depositing whitish flocks. Flow of blood from the urethra., after painful micturition. Pressure on the bladder, but no desire to urinate. Colic, followed by spasms in the bladder. Intensely painful drawing in the urethra and the fore part of he penis. Lacerating burning in the urethra.


Painful jerking in the root of the penis. Lacerating in the tip of the glands. Shriveling of the scrotum. Violent itching of the scrotum, almost causing a feeling of soreness. Frequent drawing, commencing in the testicles, and following the course of of the spermatic cord. Either the right or the left testicles is drawn up, with some pain and swelling. The sexual organs are easily excited. Violent and long-lasting erections. Copious discharge of prostatic fluid, without any cause.


Pressing in the pudendum and rectum. Varices of the pudendum. Suppression of he lochia and decrease of the quantity of milk in the mammae. Discharge of lumps of coagulated blood during the menses, mostly when walking. During the menses heaviness in the limbs, with violent drawing around the knees. Inflammation of the eyes; sudden tightness and oppression of the region of the stomach;weakness in the hands and feet; chilliness:-Weeping mood and cut of humor, during the menses; anxiety; stitching, biting, and itching of the pudendum; discharge of bloody mucus after the menses, causing an itching of the pudendum. Recurrence of leucorrhoea. Cutting-colic, succeeded by leucorrhoea. Sore nipples. Deficiency of milk.


Roughness and dryness of the throat and fauces. Roughness and rawness in the chest, with nightly heat and sweat. Hawking up of a quantity of black coagulated blood. Hoarseness of the chest, as if full of mucus. Hoarseness, with burning in the trachea.

Suffocative cough. Dry cough, with violent stitches in the chest. Cough, with stitches in the head. Discharge of sanguineous mucus when coughing, preceded by stitches in the side. Discharge of blood during dry cough, with burning, and sore pain in the chest, morning and evening. Thick purulent expectoration when coughing, day and night.


The breathing is more oppressed than usual. Chest and breathing are unusually free and easy. Constrictive sensation around the chest, with pain in the chest, as if cut to pieces. Oppression of the chest, when walking in the open air. Anxiety in the chest, going off in the evening, with headache. Spasmodic dyspnoea. Aching pain in the chest. Pressure in the chest, as if from rheumatism. Intermittent pressure from without inward, and drawing tension here and there in the left chest. Tensive pains in the chest. Tension and stitching in the region of the heart. Cramp-pain in the chest, intermittent, with qualmishness, in the morning. Dull lacerating pain in the chest, above the pit of the stomach. Stitching pain in the sternum. Stitches under the heart, like pleuritic stitches. Stitches over the heart, in the evening. Sharp stitching in the region of the heart, increased by violent expirations. Sensation of weakness and burning in the sternum. Burning in the chest. Frequent palpitation of the heart, without anxiety. Painful palpitation of the heart, and a stitch at every beat. Pain in the chest, as if bruised, when riding.


Pain in the small of the back, when walking or sitting. Pain in the region of the os-coccygis, sometimes pushing, aching, sometimes pinching. Paralytic aching pain in the small of the back. Tension and feeling of weakness in the small of the back, when sitting, with tension in the head. Drawing in the small of the back and spine, a sort of painful weakness, when sitting or stooping. Violent cutting in the small of the back, at the least motion, extending into the calves and feet. Pain in the back, when sitting. Violent tensive pains, like rheumatic pains, in the lumbar region and on the shoulders. Tensive pain between the shoulders during rest and motion. Violent pain in the back, as if bruised, when walking in the open air with weakness. The nape of the neck and the back are painful, as if bruised and worn out by too great fatigue. Crampy sensation in both sides of the neck. Cramp-like drawing along the cervical muscles.


Feeling of soreness in the axillae, at a small spot, as if bruised. Rheumatic tension in the head of the humerus. Tension and lacerating in both shoulder-joints. The shoulder-joints feel as if gone to sleep. Pain, as if bruised, in the arm. Rheumatic pain in the deltoid muscles of the upper arm. Rheumatic pressure in the elbows. Lacerating in the bend of the elbows. Rash in the bend of the elbow. Spasmodic drawing, occasionally in the lower arms or fingers. Pain, as if bruised, in the lower arms. Rheumatic tension above the left wrist. Rheumatic drawing in the wrist-joints. Lacerating in the exterior of the wrist. Lacerating, with pressure, in the wrist-joint. Weakness and tremor of the hands when writing. Rigidity of the hands, especially the right hand. Paralytic condition of the right hand. Cool hands. Rough, itching, herpetic spots in the hands. Sweaty hands. The epidermis of the hands becomes chapped and painful. Chilblains on the hands, itching and swelling violently. Lancinations in the fingers. Lacerating in the lower joints and phalanges of the fingers. Nodosity under the skin.


Lacerating with pressure, in the hip. Pain as if bruised, with cramp-feeling, heat, and burning in the region of the hip. Pain, as if bruised, in the hip-joint, as if the flesh had become detached from the bones. Rheumatic drawing in the right limb. Heaviness in the limbs, with lacerating. Weakness and pain in the limbs. Violent itching of the whole lower limb. Rheumatic drawing in the thighs. Drawing pain in the thighs, especially the fleshy parts, sometimes violent and continuous. Lancinations in the thigh, when lying and walking. Heaviness and paralytic pain in the femur, over the knee. Itching of the thighs and bend of the knee; very violent, in the evening. Dull pain in the knee, gradually increasing and decreasing. Dull digging-up pain in the knees. Tensive pain in the right knee-joint, when walking. Painful tension in the bend of the knee, when walking in the open air. Lacerating, and pain as if bruised, in the bends of the knees, worse when walking. Lacerating in the knees. Stitches in the knees. Painful boring in the knees. Violent itching in the knee-joint. Drawing pain in the legs in the evening. Lacerating in the calves. Piercing stitching in the tibiae. Rigidity and stiffness of the muscles of the calf when walking. Rigidity and drawing in the calf. Burning pain in the region of the tibia. Erysipelas and painful swelling of the tendo-achillis. Disappearance of the varicose of the leg. Rheumatic tension in the tarsal-joints, when at rest. Aching pain below the outer ankle. Lacerating in the bends of the tarsal-joints. Lacerating in the soles. Lacerating and tension in the borders of the foot. Stitches in the heel. Burning under the right heel, most violent when stepping. Burning of the soles. Burning and ulcerative pain of the soles. Pain as of sprained in the tarsal-joint. Violent inflammatory swelling of the foot. Swelling around the ankles. Cold feet, even in bed. Pain as if sprained in the bends of the posterior joints of the toes. Lancinations in all the toes.

Charles Julius Hempel
Charles Julius Hempel (5 September 1811 Solingen, Prussia - 25 September 1879 Grand Rapids, Michigan) was a German-born translator and homeopathic physician who worked in the United States. While attending medical lectures at the University of New York, where he graduated in 1845, he became associated with several eminent homeopathic practitioners, and soon after his graduation he began to translate some of the more important works relating to homeopathy. He was appointed professor of materia medica and therapeutics in the Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia in 1857.