Pressive pain in the forehead, from within outward.
A hysterical rising in the throat as if a ball or large body ascended from the stomach to the oesophagus.
Hypersensitiveness either moral or physical.
Food when partially swallowed, returns into the mouth.
Spasmodic tightness of the chest, as if the lungs could not be fully expanded.
Flatus passes upward, none downward.
Stools disgustingly offensive.
Hysterical spasms after suppression of habitual discharges as from an ulcer.