FLUENT CORYZA –
Violent, with sneezing from crawling and tickling.
Excessive fluent coryza, without sneezing.
Tingling in nose followed by bleeding: Throat feels raw and sore during expiration, also When swallowing, or coughing.
DRY COUGH –
With easy, thick sputa like boiled starch.
Without taste or smell: From laughing; from mucus in larynx.
LOOSE COUGH – Loose rattling cough by day and in room.
None by night, nor in open. air.
Like gelatine, gray in color.
White, thick, like boiled starch.
Easy, frequent day and evening.
WORSE – By day and in house.
At night :
In open air.
Constant tickling in throat keeps up coughing.
Hoarseness and loss of voice.
Raw spot in trachea; worse talking or singing.
Rawness in upper part of larynx when coughing, not when swallowing.
Chronic laryngitis of professional singers; total loss of voice.