FLUENT CORYZA –
Sneezing and chilliness; watery discharges.
Loss of taste and smell; no thirst.
Hoarseness and weak voice.
Tickling, gagging cough; sometimes with retching and eructations, and vomiting of watery slime.
Nose-bleed preceding this.
ALTERNATELY DRY AND FLUENT –
Nose stopped, when dry.
Severe tension over the root of the nose, like a band.
Fluent, watery, acute.
Severe tension at root of nose, like a band.
Nose-bleed, followed by fluent coryza.
Sneezing, chilliness; loss of smell and taste (acute coryza)
Rapid movement (fanlike) of nostrils, with difficult breathing.
Sooty, brownish, or black inside (Bronchitis, pneumonia).
Day or night; it returns at short intervals.
Compels patient to sit up.
Caused by tickling in the larynx, which is more or less sore and painful.
Incessant dry cough, from Laryngeal irritation.
Constant irritation to cough, With scanty sero-albuminous sputa of brownish color.
Tickling, scanty cough, with Retching and violent eructations, or even vomiting of watery slime.
Attended by fluent coryza.
Hollow cough, which Excites great pain. (Pneumonia.)
Violent cough, which Excites vomiting.
After each meal, causing vomiting of all food.
Short, shrill cough.
Hissing hoarseness, cannot speak a loud word.
Child raises hand to painful larynx : or Springs up in great distress and grasps throat, or clings to those about him. (Allium cepa; Sambucus nig.) (Catarrhal (not membranous) croup.)
Frequent dry cough.
From tickling in the larynx, which is tender and painful.
Great hoarseness even with slight cough.
Coughing and crying as from pain (in larynx or bronchi), with fear of coughing.
Hollow cough, much mucus in throat.
With suffocation, and sweat on forehead, Vomiting of food; throat seems full of phlegm.
Worse at night.
Fatiguing cough, mostly at night.
Must sit up; Shakes the whole body, and causes headache, mostly in forehead, Distressing cough (scanty), with shortness of breath, and rattling the chest.
Present day and night.
Cough during whole proving (alternating), At times, dry.
At other times, abundant sputa.
Always while and frothy.
Constant cough, with frequent vomiting of all food, or of thin, frothy, bloody sputa (edema of lungs).
Easy, loose cough.
Copious, white, frothy sputa (following pneumonia).
Vomiting of all food before each coughing-spell (Whooping cough).
Easy, loose cough, with Bloody, slimy sputa (following hemorrhage of lungs).
Coughs and yawns consecutively.
Cries when coughing.
Drowsy, or comatose.
Twitching of muscles of face.
Very loose, rattling cough.
Chest seems full of phlegm, but nothing comes up.
Loose rattling in larynx, bronchi, and chest Sounds very loud, but nothing comes up from coughing, nor Even by vomiting: high fever.
Loose rattling in chest with every breath; but though chest seems to be filling up, there is But slight inclination to cough.
Nothing raised at any time, or at least, only a slight amount; Breathing labored.
Lips and nails blue.
Child drowsy or comatose; body covered with cold sweat.
Loose cough, abundant, purulent, thick sputa.
Shaking chills, or chilly at every more (ameliorates phthisis).
Loose cough, profuse mucus easily expelled : or Profuse, yellowish sputa, with feeble expulsive powers.
Gasps for air at the beginning of every coughing spell With feeling of suffocation (Whooping-cough).
Loose, difficult cough.
Suffocative feeling in chest.
Better after raising mucus.
Must sit up to breathe or to cough.
Does not desire cold air.
Sudden attacks of asthma.
With vomiting of food, and great dyspnea.
Cough very difficult at fist; later it becomes loose, and relieves the breathing.
Wants everything away from the face.
At 3 A.M.; violent asthma.
Chest feels constricted; cannot lie down.
Violent, asthmatic breathing at night, which lasts more or less next day.
Better after raising phlegm.
Heaviness and weight in chest, with difficult breathing.
Stitching and shooting pains in chest.
Burning under sternum, with fluent coryza, and frequent, dry cough.
Full of phlegm. (See Cough.)
Great rattling of phlegm in chest, but None is raised either by coughing or vomiting.
None, dry cough; acute laryngitis; either of two stages follow.
(I). Abundant, white frothy (proving, etc.).
(2.) Very thick, adhesive, gluey and exceedingly difficult; if loosened is swallowed.
Very loose-sounding, rattling cough.
No sputa is raised; great dyspnea (Acute).
Profuse, yellowish, with feeble expulsive powers (Sub-acute).