Catarrhal fever, coryza, and cough setting in after every atmospheric change (Hypericum).
DRY, CHRONIC COUGH–
Dry, hollow, chronic cough, in the morning (better in evening); from tickling in upper part of chest, with lassitude in afternoon.
Breathing deeply, yawning, coughing, making strong motion; pain in chest worse. (Chronic cough.)
After every change of weather.
In evening; lassitude in P.M.
Pain in chest; tightness on chest.
Pain in left chest through to shoulder-blade (chronic cough).
Burning, throbbing, aching, stitching pains, especially in left chest. (Chronic cough.)
Tickling and burning in chest, causing cough.
Catarrhal fevers, with pain in elbows and knees; or under left clavicle, with the dry, hollow cough.