355. (Nocturnal diarrhoea.)

Burning and cutting before the urine comes (aft. 3 d.). [Fr. H-n.]

The urine is hot as it passes. [Fr. H-n]

Pain in the abdomen when urinating.

Sensation when urinating as if the urinary passages were too narrow.

360. He must get up several times at night to pass water.

He had great urging to urinate; he must get up at night to urinate.

Although the bladder was not full he had such urging to make water that he was hardly able to retain it for an instant (aft. 12 h.).

When he has urinated the neck of the bladder contracts, and yet he feels as if some more urine wanted to pass.

He cannot retain his urine long; when he has the desire to urinate and does not immediately respond to it, he feels as if the urine passed involuntarily (and yet when he looks he finds that none has come away.)

365. When moving there often pass unconsciously some drops of hot urine.

After urinating he feels in the bladder as if he had not passed all the urine, and some drops pass away involuntarily.

Urging to urinate and frequent discharge of urine when walking in the open air (aft. 6 h.).

A pain compounded of itching, burning, and shooting in the anterior part of the urethra, when not urinating.

Burning in the urethra.

370. (An aching pain in the urethra.)

(A drawing and tearing in the forepart of the urethra, when not urinating.)

Some stitches in the testicles (immediately) when sitting.

On the border of the prepuce a shooting, burning itching.

The glans penis is covered with miliary rash which itches.

375. Swelling of the left labium majus, on which a black, hard pustule comes, resembling a small button, without pain and without inflammation.

Very distended abdomen; she has great uneasiness there, and such pinching as though the catamenia were coming on.

The menses come on eight days too early. [Fr. H-n.]

The menses come on fourteen days too early. [Fr. H-n.]

The menses appeared slightly three weeks too soon. [Fr. H-n.]

380. The menses occur within a few hours. sometimes eight days too soon. (This is primary action, hence bryonia will often be a powerful stopper of metrorrhagia.)

(Increase of the leucorrhoea.) [Fr. H-n.]

In the morning, violent sneezing (aft. 18 h.).

In the morning violent sneezing and yawning (aft. 48 h.).

Frequent sneezing, especially when he passes his hand over the forehead.

385. Some hoarseness and only one tone of the voice when walking in the open air.

A kind of hoarseness, and at the same time disposition to perspire.

Vice rough and hoarse (aft. 4 h.). [Hrr.]

Hoarseness for twenty-one days. [Fr. H-n.]

Fluent coryza for eight days. [Fr. H-n.]

390. Severe fluent coryza, so that he talked through his nose, at the same time continual chilliness, for eight days. [Fr. H-n.]

Severe fluent coryza with much sneezing, for eight days (aft. 48 h.). [Fr. H-n]

Severe coryza with pain in the forehead. [Fr. H-n.]

Severe coryza without cough (aft. 36 h.).

Violent, rather stuffed coryza (aft. 48 h.).

395. Severe coryza, with shooting headache, as though all would come our at the forehead, especially on stooping. (Comp. 54; 55.) (aft. 70 h.).

Viscid phlegm in the fauces that was detached by hawking. [Hbg.]

Dry cough.

Dry cough as it were from the stomach, preceded by a crawling and tickling in the scrobiculus cordis.

Cough from a constant crawling up in the throat; phlegm is then ejected.

400. Cough with expectoration (immediately). [Fr. H-n.]

Cough with expectoration, in the forenoon, for four successive days (aft. 34 h.). [Fr. H-n.]

Continual, dry cough, especially in the morning, during which water runs out of his mouth, like water-brash. (Comp. 282.)

(Nausea excites him to cough.)

When coughing vomiting of food.

405. When coughing a long-continued stitch deep in the brain on the left side.

A dry, hacking cough; single, spasmodic severe blows against the upper part of the wind-pipe, which seems to be covered with dry, firm mucus; even tobacco-smoke excites it.

Irritation to hacking cough; it seems as if some mucus were in the wind-pipe; when he has coughed for some time he feels a pain there compounded of soreness and pressure; the pain becomes more violent by speaking and smoking tobacco (aft. 4 h.). [Hrr.]

When he comes from the open air into the warm room he has a feeling as if vapour were in the wind-pipe, which compels him to cough; he feels as if he could not breathe in air enough (aft. 2 h.). [Hrr.]

Viscid phlegm in the wind-pipe that is detached by frequent hacking cough. [Hrr.]

410. In the morning in bed a severe cough, that lasted a quarter of an hour, and brought away much mucous expectoration.

Samuel Hahnemann
Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) was the founder of Homoeopathy. He is called the Father of Experimental Pharmacology because he was the first physician to prepare medicines in a specialized way; proving them on healthy human beings, to determine how the medicines acted to cure diseases.

Hahnemann's three major publications chart the development of homeopathy. In the Organon of Medicine, we see the fundamentals laid out. Materia Medica Pura records the exact symptoms of the remedy provings. In his book, The Chronic Diseases, Their Peculiar Nature and Their Homoeopathic Cure, he showed us how natural diseases become chronic in nature when suppressed by improper treatment.