Urging to urinate, all day long, with scanty discharge of urine (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

He must urinate during the day ten to twelve times, and at night two or three times, and each time copiously (aft. 24 h.).

80. Just before passing urine, a burning. [Myr.]

Reddish urine (from the external application).

Burning in the urethra, immediately before the urine comes away.

A shooting and cutting in the urethra when urinating, and during bodily exercise.

Urethral blenorrhoea. (This is the return of a suppressed gonorhoea, occuring while Chelidonium was being taken for the swollen testicle which had resulted.) [WENDT, in Hufel, Journ., xvi, iii.]

85. Stuffed coryza (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

Pain the chest.. [Horn’s Archiv., l. c.]

Tightness of the chest.

Oppression of the chest and respiration. [Gss.]

Oppression of the thoracic cavity during expiration. [Gss.]

90. Tearing pressure in the eft axilla and further forwards towards the nipple (aft. 30 h.). [Hrr.]

Sharp shooting near the vertebrae in the middle of the back. [Gss.]

Obtuse stitches, in rapid succession, in the left lumbar region more towards the back (aft. 10 m.). [Gss.]

Tearing pressure on the lowest lumbar verterbrae, extending forewards to the neigbourhood of the os ilii; it feels as if the vertebrae was broken away from one another, only when bending forwards and on again bending backwards, for several days, felt also when walking (aft. 86 h.). [Hrr.]

Pinching spasmodic pain on the inner border of the right scapula, that prevented him moving the arm (aft. 1 h.). [Htn.]

95. (When sitting) shooting in the left axila(aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

Tearing in the muscles of the right upper arm (aft. 28 h.). [Hrr.]

Paralytic pressure on the left upper arm (aft. 2 d.). [Hrr.]

A kind of paralysis in the muscles of the upper arm, on moving it. [Gss.]

Cramp-like pain in the left elbow-joint, which a bent position of the arm made still more painful (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

100. A drawing in the left forearm and thence into the palm of the hand, in which there was a quivering movement.

Relaxation of the muscles of the right forearm, so that they can only be brought into movementwith difficulty, and every movement and grasping anything caused pain (aft. 26 h.). [Htn.]

The left wrist-joint was as if stiff in the evening.

In the right wrist-joint an impediment to movement and stiffness, only perceptible on moving.

Squeezing tearing pain in the back of the right hand (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

105. Tearing shooting pain in the right metacarpal bones, which is much increased by pressing on them (aft. 26 h.). [Htn.]

Fine tearing in the metacarpal boen and carpal bone of the right thumb (aft. 7 h.). [Hrr.]

Paralytic tearing in the metacarpal bones and the proximal joints of the thumb and index finger of the left hand. [Hrr.]

The distal phalanx of the fingers of the right hand became yellow, cold, and as if dead, the nails blue (aft. 1 h.). [Myr.]

Fine tearing in the tips of the fingers of the right hand. [Hrr.]

110. Frequently recurring tearing in the distal phalanx of the little finger of the right hand, independent of moving or touching (aft. 3.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

Burning itching in the left-hip-joint on its anterior aspect (aft. 10 m.). [Gss.]

A pain above the left hip, as if something were swollen and bulged out there.

From the hip-bone to the toes of the right foot, a paralytic drawing pain, which remained the same when walking, sitting, and lying, and suddenly disappeared (aft. 39.1/4 h.). [Bch.]

Some red papulaes with white apices on both thighs, with smarting eroding itching.

115. Gone-to-sleep feeling of the anterior surface of the thigh, with fine stitches and sore pain (from external application).

A kind of paralysis and loss of power in the left thigh and knee when treading. [Gss.]

The knees bend under him when standing and walking (aft. 12 h.). [Htn.]

Hard pressure two fingers’ breadth under the right patella. [Hrr.]

Hard pressure, two fingers’ breadth under the left patella, more towards the inner side. [Hrr.]

120. Shooting in the right hough (when sitting) (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

Down-drawing pain in the left calf. [Lr.]

Some burning painful spots, with stitches in their centre, above the tendo Achillis; the pain is increased by scratching. [Trn.]

Some stiffness in the ankle-joint, as if sprained.

Aching pain in the right ankle-joint, when sitting (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Myr.]

125. Clucking pain in the dorsum of the left foot (aft. 9 h.). [Myr.]

Cramp in the sole of the right foot, which togetherwith the toes was bent downwards; the toes were as if dead and insensible; the cramp was relieved by compressing the calf with the hand, but was aggravated by attempting to tread (aft. 12 h.). [Bch.]

Single transient needly-pricks alternately on various parts, sometimes on one hand or one arm, sometimes on one foot, on the knee, on the abdomen, &c. [Gss.]

(Apoplectic insensibility and numb sensation of the whole body, with trembling, but unaltered pulse.).

fatigue and laziness of the limns; it is impossible for him to move a limb quickly, he is disinclined to move and avoids doing so; at the same time, yawning and drowsiness (aft. 15 h.0. [Htn.]

130. After a meal very great laziness and disinclination for work, with drowsiness. [Htn.]

In the morning on awaking, such great weariness, that he can with difficulty make his mind to get up. [Wth.]

Great laziness and drowsiness without yawning (aft. 9 h.). [Gss.]

Great discomfort: he feels not at all well, without knowing what is actually the matter with him; he must lie down but could not sleep, and everything was intolerable to him. [Gss.]

Desire to lie down, without being sleepy or able to sleep. [Gss.]

135. After a meal, desire to lie down, without actually being able to sleep; he started up several times in this slumbar, and when he got up, the headache was worse. [Htn.]

Sleep with dreams about the occupations of the day. [Lr.]

Restless sleep full of dreams. [Myr.]

Restless sleep, without particular dreams. [Bch.]

Very restless sleep with quick waking and with profuse sweat, which occurred during sleep and continued till the morning, even when awake. [Htn.]

140. Morning sweat. [Myr.]

Sweat during the morning sleep. [Wth.]

Diminished temperature.

While lying in bed, in the evening, he is seized with a violent rigor, that lasted about an hour, with external warmth all over the body, and yet with goose-skin, followed by sweat which lasted all night (aft. 38 h.). [Htn.]

Every time he goes out into the open air rigor, without coldness (in summer), which did not leave off until he again came into the room (for 2 d.). [Htn.]

145. Sometimes he had a feeling of warmth all over the body at once, sometimes a feeling of coldness; he had often an alternation of this sort in single limbs (aft. 18 h.). [Bch.]

Shivering through the whole body, with unaltered temperature thereof, without thirst. (aft. 3 h.). [Lr.]

Shivering all over the body, with unaltered temperature thereof.[Gss.]

Strong, not rapid pulse (when sitting) aft. ¾ h.). [Lr.]

Cold hands (aft. 2.3/4 h.).[Lr.]

150. Rigor(with cold hands) over the whole body. [Myr.]

Rigor with nausea, without eructation (aft. ¼ h.). [Myr.]

Shivering in the hands, which are warmer than usual (aft. ¼ h.). [Gss.]

The right leg, up to the knee, is icy cold, with feeling of coldness in it, whilst the other leg and all the rest of the body are normally warm and the blood-vessels of the hand and arms swollen (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Extraordinarily depressed, full of gloomy thoughts about the present and future, causing him to weep; he could get no rest in any place. [Myr.]

155. Sad to weeping and depressed about the present and future. [Wth.]

Cherrful disposition. (Curative secondary action.) [Lr.]

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.