Watery coryza from both nostrils.
Worse in open air, or cold room; better indoors.
Both nostrils stopped.
Tightness in nose between the eyes.
Bloody mucus, or bright blood.
Nasal catarrh with offensive discharge.
In open air, or cold air.
smell (at first), more acute.
Tightness between eyes; nose plugged.
Tingling of alae.
Burning in the throat and esophagus.
Constriction of chest.
Expansion of chest and nasal passages when walking in open air.
Short, dry, hacking cough, leading to vomiting.
Constant inclination to cough.
Troublesome cough, with foul, tenacious expectoration.
Chronic laryngitis and bronchitis.
None, at first, cough dry.
Of large quantities of thick, whitish mucus.
Tenacious, foul sputa; cough troublesome.
feeling of narrowness in chest as if lungs were depressed.
Chest feels compressed as from a load in front.