Evacuation of a black matter by stool (aft. 24 h.). [LEVESQUE – BLASOURCE, l. c.]
Fluid frothy stools, with itching burning in the anus and violent tenesmus. [GRIMM, l. c.]
260. Very foetid diarrhoea. [GRIMM, l. c.]
Violent painful movements of the foetid, often remitting for hours, but recurring in still greater intensity. [D’OUTERPONT, l. c.]
The uterus as soft. (In the original – “The utherus was so soft that the movements of the child”- see previous symptom – “could be felt externally.” This was coincident with a general paralysed state.)
Horrible labour-like pains in the uterus, which compelled her to bend the abdomen double, with anxious, almost ineffectual urging to stool (aft. ¼ h.).
Horrible pressing-asunder pain in the rectum (between 4 and 6 h.).
265. Lemon-coloured urine, with much sediment. [GRIMM, l. c.]
Dark coloured urine. [RIEDLIN, Lin. Medorrhinum, ann. Iv, Ã¾Decemb., obs. 16. (Observation.)]
Dark urine and dry tongue (in himself). [YOUNG, l. c.]
Very dark red urine, which deposits a sediment. [MATTHAEI, l. c.]
Haematuria. [HECQUET, l. c.]
270. Very scanty, very red urine, without cloudiness. [MATTHAEI, l. c.]
The urine has a brick-coloured sediment. [CHARVET, l. c.]
Sensation when straining to pass urine as if the passage to the urethra were closed.
Involuntary interruption of the stream when urinating. [CHARVET, l. c.]
He can only pass the urine after long straining. [CHARVET, l. c.]
275. He passes little urine of very dark red colour, with cutting pains while urinating. [MATTHAEI, l. c.]
Suppresses the evacuation of urine.[MURRAY, l. c.]
Urine suppressed. [KILIAN, l. c.]
Retention of urine. [MATTHAEI, l. c. – HUNTER, l. c., p. 641.]
Opium suppresses the secretion of urine. [PITCRAINE, Diss. de Circulatione in Animalibus genitis et non genitis, L. B., § 13. (Observations.) ]
280. Retention of urine, with quite dry mouth and increased thirst. [MATTHAEI, l. c.]
Keeps back the evacuation of urine. [ETTMULLER, l. c., §§ 3. 4.]
Weakens the contractile power of the bladder. [DE HALLER, De Partib. Corp. irritab. Et sensib., sect. 2. (Not found.) ]
Opium sometimes suppresses sometimes promotes the urine. [GEOFFROY, l. c.]
Excites the urinary secretion. [WILLIS, l. c. – BERGER, l. c., § 2.]
285. Stiffness of the penis during sleep, and after waking complete impotence. [SRALPAART VAN DER WIEL, cent. ii, obs. 41. (From 3ss of solid opium.) ]
Excessive stiffness of the penis. [MOSES CHARAS, Pharm., Reg., cap. 51. (Symptoms not found.) ]
Exalted sexual desire, with erections, pollutions, and lascivious dreams. [MURRAY, l. c.]
Exaltation of the sexual desire, with erections, pollutions, and lascivious dreams. [MURRAY, l. c.]
Exaltation of the sexual desire, erections of the penis, nocturnal emissions of semen. [GEOFFROY, l. c.]
Lascivious dreams and nocturnal emissions of semen. [WEDEL, l. c., ii, 3.]
200. It excites the sexual desire. [WEDEL, l. c.]
Amorous ecstasy, erection of the penis for twenty-four hours, lascivious dreams, nocturnal seminal emmisions. [TRALLES, l. c., I, p. 131.]
Nocturnal seminal emission (the 1st n.).
At night amorous pictures of fancy, pollutions. [CH. DE HELLWICH, bresl. Sammlungen, 1702. (Not accessible).
Uncontrollable lechery. [JOH. JAC. SAAR, Reise nach dem Orient. (Statement as to use of opium by Chinese.) ]
295. In some excitation, in others diminution of the sexual desire. [SACHS VON LEWENHEIM, in Misc. Nat. Cur., ann. 2, obs. 69. (General statement.) ]
Sluggishness of the sexual desire. [RENODAEUS, Mat. Medorrhinum, lib. 1, sect. 13, cap. 2.(Statement.) ]
Is considered as emasculating and weakening the sexual desire. [WEDEL, l. c.]
Excitation of the sexual passion.
Impotence. [CHARVET, l. c.]
300. Impotence of the lame. [REINEGGS, l. c. – GARCIAS AB HORTO, hist. Aromat., cap. 4. (Observation.) ]
Cooling of the sexual desire. [REINEGGS, l. c.]
Increased menstrual flux (aft. 2 h.).
Opium left the menses regular, even in a case where the patient had swallowed for thirty years a drachm and more daily, on account of very painful and spasmodic attacks. [JUNCKER and BOHMER, l. c.]
In the warm room, after walking in the open air, stoppage of the nose like a stuffed cold. [Gn.]
305. Hoarseness. [YOUNG, l. c.]
Hoarseness, with very dry mouth and white tongue. [GRIMM, l. c.]
Extreme hoarseness. [YOUNG, l. c.]
Hoarseness, as from mucus in the windpipe.
She coughed while swallowing fluid. [DE lA CROIN, l. c.]
310. The cough becomes worse after eating.
Hollow, very dry cough (immediately after taking it); it goes off again quickly.
Attack of violent, dry cough; thereafter yawning and sudden loud cry (aft. 36 h.).