Causticum was first mentioned by Hahnemann in his Apothekerlexicon. His views are fullyset forth in the first volume, published in the year 1793, under the word “Feuer,” on p. 293, and in the last volume, published in 1799, under “Spiesglanztinctur,” p. 256. His mode of preparation is found in Chronic Diseases, vol. iii, in the introduction to his arrangement, in which are included the symptoms of the time-honored Tinctura acris, which was considered by him in all respects similar. In the second volume of Materia Medica Pura, first and second editions, Hahnemann defends his views fully, and gives the indications he had collected up to that time. In the third edition the Aetzstofftinktur is omitted, because he placed the remedy among the antipsorics, and at the same time recommended the weaker but purer preparations of lime. In the fourth edition, 1830, vol. iv, p. 81, he not only gives a long list of the most remarkable cures, but also his provings and those of his pupils, in all 1014 symptoms.
Whatever diversity of opinion may exist theoretically in regard to the chemical nature of this substance (see Lorbacher's treatise, A. H. Z., vol. xcv), the unquestionable good results obtained by its use, in potentized form, by a majority of out best practitioners, stamp it a polychrest of the highest order.
Irrespective of the clinical cases taken from Rückert's collection, Stapf's Archives, and the older journals, the following clinical authorities from our more recent literature are mentioned, as showing the extensive and continued use of this remedy:
- Eye, Berridge, M. H. Rev., vol. 16, p. 495; Rheumatic fever, Berridge, Med. Adv., vol. 4, p. 479; Cramps in feet, Chamberlain, N. E. M. G., 1871; Asthenopia, Conant, Med. Couns., vol. 1, p. 209; Facial neuralgia, Farrington, Hom. J. Obs, Nov. 1879; Deafness, Fincke, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 220; Agalactia, Frost, H. M., vol. 4, p. 283; Neuralgia, Gardiner, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 66; Headache from gaslight, Gardiner, Sr.; Acne rosacea, Goullon, Jr, A. H. Z., vol. 83, p. 111; Enuresis and Blepharitis, Goullon, Jr., A. H. Z., vol. 88, p. 77; Eczema, Goullon, Jr., A. H. Z., vol. 88, p. 185; Urinary complaint, Goullon, Jr., A. H. Z., vol. 89, p. 203; Anal soreness, Guernsey, H. M., vol. 5, p. 238; Ischias, Heyne, A. H. Z., vol. 79, p. 146; Paralysis, Heyden, A. H. Z., vol. 83, p. 153; Deafness, Houghton, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 17; Paralysis glottidis, Kafka, A. H. Z., vol. 88, p. 185; Cataract, Kirsch, Sr., A. H. Z., vol. 85, p. 45; Eye case, Lippe, Caustic.6m; Hemorrhoids, Morgan, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 4, p. 89; Morgan, H. W., vol. 12, p. 70; Acne mentagra, Mossa, H. Kl., 1872, p. 45; Prosopalgia, Mossa, H. Kl., 1872, p. 44; Hoarseness, Mossa, H. Kl., 1872, p. 45; Facial paralysis, Nankiwell, H. W., vol. 9, p. 217; Enlarged cervical glands, Nankiwell, H. W., vol. 4, p. 72; Lepra, Nichols, H. M., 1871, p. 113; Epilepsy, Owens, O. M. and S. Rep., vol. 5, 351; Paresis, Payr, N. Z. H. Kl., vol. 14, p. 132; Cough, Pomeroy, M. I., vol. 5, p. 285; Croup, Price, A. H. O., 1873, p. 271; Mammary fistula, Raue, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 2, p. 238; Ophthalmia, Sherburne, M. A., 1873, p. 406; Hoarseness, Small, U. S. M. and S. J., vol. 9, p. 35; Shortening of leg, Wesselhoeft, N. E. M. G., 1873, p. 163; pathogenetic symptoms after Caustic.30, in a child aet. 18 months, suffering from whooping cough, by C. Hg., not published.
Consciousness undisturbed. ~ Chorea.
Unconsciousness. ~ Epilepsy.
Weakness of memory; absent-minded. ~ Chorea.
Absence of mind, with loss of ideas; uses wrong words.
Inattentive and distracted.
Understands questions only after repetition.
Dullness of head.
Dull, gloomy pressure affects brain.
Incapacity to think or to follow his business, after injurious effects of gaslight.
Imbecility before an attack. ~ Epilepsy.
Melancholy, disposition to weep. ~ Pertussis.
Hysterical weeping after spasms.
The least thing makes the child cry.
(In sick:) Child screams and tosses about at night. ~ Whooping cough.
Weeping, crying or laughing. ~ Chorea.
Spasmodic laughter before, with or after spasms.
Great restlessness, which prompts him to run away. ~ During intervals of epilepsy.
Persistent silence, difficult to overcome.
Disinclined to work.
Tense, gloomy feeling in head.
Weeping, or whining mood. ~ Paralysis.
Chilly, with sad mood and apprehension of the future, agg. in evening. ~ Chronic headache.
Sorrowful thoughts during night, during day weeping, anxiety and misgiving about the future.
Low-spirited. ~ Gastric headache.
Melancholy mood; sadness; hopelessness.
Melancholy, with great precordial anxiety.
Melancholy from care, grief and sorrow.
Melancholy; she looks upon the dark side of everything. ~ Amenorrhea. ~ Menorrhagia.
Hopelessness, and despair. ~ Paralysis.
Hopeless weeping mood, expecting death. ~ Hemiplegia.
Anxious, uneasy mood, as if something unpleasant impended; this unfits him for every kind of work.
Becomes anxious, as though he would die.
Becomes anxious, worried and pale.
Fearfullness and distressed feeling about heart.
Full of timorous fancies, evenings; child fears to go to bed alone.
Timorous anxiety and depression. ~ Pertussis.
Ill effects of sudden emotions, fright, fear, etc. ~ Chorea.
Fear of death. ~ Paralysis.
Full of frightful ideas, in evening.
Great apprehension whenever anything happens; despondent, depressed, most excessive exhaustion and prostration.
Apprehension of impending danger, with urging to stool.
Had a foreboding of her attack, which interrupted her playing suddenly; she went to the sofa and assumed her peculiar position with the knees. ~ Chorea. See 36.
Anxiety in evening, before going to sleep; the boy could not fall asleep because he constantly thought of anxious things; one could with difficulty induce him to go to bed.
Great anxiety, with flying thoughts and stammering.
Anxiety. ~ Gastric headache.
Anxiety, with nausea.
Anxiety and red face from urging to stool. ~ Obstruction of bowels.
Anxiety and despondency; has been subjected to night-watching, care, trouble, etc. ~ Agalactia.
Anxiety and uneasiness at night did not permit her to sleep.
Anxiety before falling asleep, as though attack of fainting would return and he would die.
Excessive sympathy for others.
Peevish, irritable, censorious mood.
Irritable temper, disposition to take everything in bad part.
Fretful and despondent, without being vexed.
Paroxysm of quarrelsome anger. ~ Pertussis.
Very suspicious and distrustful.
Thinking of complaints aggravates them. ~ Hemorrhoids. ~ Hysteria.
Pain agg. by mental labor. ~ Hemorrhoids.
After overexertion of mind. ~ Tinnitus.
After seeing a case of chorea she gets it herself.
Irresistible yawning when listening or paying attention to others.
Hastiness causes short breath.
Mental and other ailments from long-lasting grief and sorrow. ~ Chronic headache. ~ Face and toothache. ~ Chorea.
Injurious effects of fear and vexation. ~ Chorea.
After anger, stitches in upper portion of chest, when drawing a deep breath.
Mental alienation after suppression of eruption.
Sensation as if he would fall, without vertigo.
Dizzy, as from compression of head.
Vertigo: tending forward and sideways; tendency to fall backward, when stooping; at night in bed, on rising and on lying down again; on looking fixedly at an object; amel. in open air; with sensation of weakness in head, and anxiety; accompanying paralysis; with headache; in hemiplegia; at 11 A. M.; agg. in middle of day; after suppression of ulcers; from moving head; from gaslight; during and after stool, with nausea.
Vertigo and whirling in head during menses, agg. on stooping, amel. in afternoon.
Runs for a while in a circle, to the right, then falls down unconscious. ~ Epilepsy.
Fainty, qualmish feeling.
Faint, trembling, weakness; giddy in open air.
Dullness of head. ~ Catarrh.
Pressing pain in forehead, with stoppage of nose.
Feels as if there was a ball of fire in forehead.
Sensation as of an empty space between forehead and brain, agg. in evening and in cold, amel. in warmth.
Pressive pain in right frontal eminence.
Violent cutting pain in forehead. ~ Epilepsy.
Sensation of contraction in while side of head.
Heat in right side of head, with violent pains in stomach.
Stitches in temples, agg. from sitting or reading. ~ Pertussis.
Violent stitches in right temple, agg. evenings. ~ Chronic headache.
Throbbing and stitches in vertex.
Stitches in vertex. ~ Vertigo.
Headache in vertex. ~ Epilepsy.
Violent burning pain in vertex. ~ Fistula dentalis.
Burning stinging in upper part of head.
Dull, pressive headache. ~ Influenza.
Headache feels as if driven asunder, with nausea, from gaslight.
Painless digging in whole head.
Pain in different parts of head. ~ Paralysis.
Roaring, buzzing and hissing in head. ~ Chronic headache. ~ After epileptic attack.
Congestion to head, with roaring in head and ears. ~ Pertussis.
Sensation of weakness in head, with vertigo.
Headache from extreme hunger.
Pain shoots from eyes into head, at intervals, agg. evening and night. ~ Ophthalmia.
Constant succession of shocks or jerks in head.
Nightly tearing and digging headache.
Sensation as if brain was loose, when moving head.
Headache before or after spasms.
Rheumatic pains in head so severe as to cause nausea.
Headache with vomiting, in morning.
Headache and great weariness after an attack. ~ Epilepsy.
Apoplexy, followed by paralysis.
Contracted skin of forehead, in frontal headache, with tremulous weakness. ~ Aphonia.
Pain at a small spot on vertex, as if bruised, only to touch.
Dull pain on vertex, with pain in urethra, after urinating.
Sensation in occipital bone as if parts were numb, pithy or dead.
Tensive tearing pain in integuments of head, particularly on sides and behind ears, agg. from draught and cold air, amel. in warm bed, and in damp weather.
Tension of scalp.
Itching and stinging of scalp.
Turns head to the right. ~ Chorea.
Trembling of head. ~ Epilepsy.
Headache begins with stinging in scalp.
Scalp very sore to touch. ~ Impetigo capitis.
Heat and soreness in scalp. ~ Gastric headache.
Head hot and sweaty before an attack. ~ Epilepsy.
Small, round, soft nodes on scalp and glabella. ~ Epilepsy.
Tinea capitis in occipital region.
Spasms of head.
Chorea after retrocedent eruption on head.
Involuntary nodding of head while writing.
Drawing of head towards one side; frequent urging to urinate; involuntary urination during fit. ~ Epilepsy.
Eyes sensitive to light and heat.
Photophobia the whole day, constantly obliged to wink.
Sees frightful images as soon as he closes eyes.
Flickering, sparks or black points before eyes.
If he winks he sees sparks of fire before eyes, even on a bright day.
Flickering before eyes, as from swarms of insects.
Spots, at first small, then larger, round, then jagged, white, then green, first before right, then left eye, followed by dimness and loss of vision.
Sight obscured: as from a gauze before eyes; as from a mist; momentarily, on blowing nose; green halo around light.
Eyes become dim and vision indistinct; it seems as though a thick cloud or fog was before eyes.
Obscuration of sight, as if a veil was drawn before eyes, when standing.
Sensation as though membrane was over eyes.
Obscuration of vision for a moment, on blowing nose.
Dimness of vision. ~ Headache. ~ Pregnancy.
Diplopia, with inability to turn left eye outward.
Perpendicular half-sight in cataract.
Cataract; sensation as if there was a substance in eye too large, causing a kind of heaviness and distension, only in evening; also a feeling as if there was something moving in eyes, in evening.
Asthenopia; sensation as of a stick or sand in eyes; drowsiness, but does not sleep, upper lid falls, dimness of sight. ~ Sequel to measles.
Amblyopia. ~ Hemiplegia. ~ Paresis.
Threatened amaurosis during confinement, with want of milk.
Looking up causes inclination to fall to the left. ~ Vertigo.
Burning and stinging, as with needles, in eyes, with dryness and photophobia, from 6 to 8 P. M.
Burning and dryness of eyes, from 4 P. M. till evening.
Burning in eyes, without redness.
Burning of eyes, when touched.
Biting and pressure in eyes, which seem heavy, with redness of lids.
Pressing pain in eyes, amel. by external pressure. ~ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Pressive pain in eye, agg. from touch.
Sight drawing in eyes.
Tenseness in right eye, which seemed as if paralyzed.
Pain in eyes, as if sand was in them.
Dragging pain in eyes. ~ Toothache.
Drawing in eyes. ~ Headache from gaslight.
Dry sensation in eyes, with pressure in them.
At first dryness of eyes in morning, and stiffness, followed by lachrymation.
Itching of eyes, especially of lids; disappears on rubbing.
Sensation of heaviness in upper lid, as if he could not raise it easily, or as if it was agglutinated to lower lid, and could not be easily loosened.
Constant inclination to touch and rub eye, which seems to relieve a pressure in it. ~ Cataract.
Eyes inflamed, burning, red, dry, stinging.
Inflammation of eye, with partial destruction of tissue.
Lachrymation, even in room, though agg. in open air. ~ Influenza. ~ Facial hemiplegia.
Acrid tears from left eye, with shooting pain. ~ Ophthalmia.
Accumulation of tears, particularly in open air; they do not run from eye.
Eyes constantly open, not winking. ~ Facial paralysis. ~ Hemiplegia.
Inclination to close eyes, lids seem heavy; paralysis of upper lids. ~ Hysteria. ~ Pregnancy. ~ Blepharoptosis.
Cornea covered with red vessels and has a tendency to bulge.
Spots on cornea, and opacity.
Ophthalmia: with corrosive lachrymation and shooting pains, extending up into head, agg. in evening and night; violent shooting pains; smarting as if worried or irritated, without much lachrymation; with crusty eruptions in and about nose.
Itching, like flea-bites, in left inner canthus, with desire to rub it.
Burning in both inner canthi.
Annoying pressure in inner canthus. ~ Hemiplegia of face.
Itching on lower lid and on its inner surface, with burning as soon as he touches eye or moves it.
Granulations over entire bulbus of left eye.
Lids swollen, always red and painful.
Agglutination of lids.
Blepharitis, amel. in fresh air.
Visible twitching of lids and of left brow.
Paralysis of muscles, particularly if caused from exposure to cold.
Old warts on eyebrows, lids or nose. ~ Ophthalmia scrofulosa. ~ Rheumatism.
Tumors on lids.
Feeling as if a tight skin came half way down over right eye, preventing sight of that eye, when blowing nose, removed by rubbing; after the sensation of a skin has gone, feeling as if something were pricking the eye, which waters.
Trachoma, with pannus.
Old stye swells, sticking as with needles in it, in morning.
Occasionally sudden pain over right eye.
Rolling of eyes. ~ Epilepsy.
Roaring, tinkling, singing, humming, buzzing, chirping, whizzing, or pulsating in ears. ~ Deafness. ~ Rheumatism. ~ Pertussis. ~ Hemiplegia.
On turning head, cracking and snapping in ears. ~ Deafness.
Reverberation of all sounds, even of the patient's own voice; hears with difficulty.
Words and steps re-echo in ears.
She speaks low, because her own words appear to her very loud. ~ Pregnancy.
Deafness. ~ Otorrhea. ~ Facial hemiplegia. ~ Rheumatism.
Stitches in right ear, paroxysmal, and in rapid succession.
Burning of ears; they get red.
Hot pressure in ears and whole head, so that vision became dim.
Feeling of obstruction in ears, with offensive purulent discharge.
Itching in inner ear.
Diseases of middle ear, especially non-suppurative, when facial branch of seventh pair is involved.
Pinching in ear.
Eruptions on ear-lobe, and behind ears. ~ Herpes. ~ Impetigo capitis.
Accumulation of earwax, sometimes offensive in odor.
Pain in ear, as if something was trying to force out.
Dragging pain in ears. ~ Toothache.
Dull pain in ears. ~ Deafness.
Ears sensitive to the wind.
Blowing blood from nose mornings, or profuse nosebleed.
Blowing nose affects eye. See 5.
Epistaxis from left nostril.
Nosebleed during attack. ~ Epilepsy.
Frequent sneezing, particularly in morning.
Frequent sneezing, with pain in chest. ~ Influenza.
Dry coryza, with stoppage of nose.
Nose stopped up at night, running by day. ~ Pertussis.
Fluent coryza, with pain in chest and limbs.
Acrid, burning discharge from nose. ~ Influenza.
Coryza, with hoarseness, preventing loud speech.
Dryness of nose. ~ Acne rosacea.
Puffiness of nose; scrofulous swelling.
Itching of tip of nose and alae, as well as inside.
Pimples, ulcers or crusts on tip of nose; inflamed, swollen and scurfy.
Eruptions on nose, with burning. ~ Acne rosacea. ~ Eczema.
Eczema on nostrils.
Portion of left side and tip of nose eaten by an ulcer, covered with a thick crust. ~ Lupus of nose.
Old warts on nose.
Nose and upper lip feel thick and heavy.
Pains in malar bones, zygomatic arch and maxillae.
Drawing pains, which extend into cheek and ear, and are most apt to occur on right ride.
Burning in face.
Pains produce spasm of muscles, a sensation of numbness on side of face as if asleep.
Neuralgia: right side; agg. at night, chilly, no thirst; scanty menses; left side amel. by rubbing part with a cloth dipped in cold water.
Facial neuralgia at every stormy change of weather; attacks of unconsciousness while sitting, with set eyes and continued motion of muscles about mouth. ~ Anemia.
Transient violent drawing pain in right cheek and then in ear.
Dragging pain in muscles of face. ~ Toothache.
Face: yellow; bluish-red; sickly looking; expression gloomy; looks dissatisfied.
Yellow complexion, particularly on temples. ~ Headache. ~ Dentition. ~ Ophthalmia scrofulosa. ~ Uterine troubles. ~ Scabies.
Paleness of face. ~ Enuresis. ~ Hemiplegia. ~ Colic. ~ Chorea.
Redness of face, with dullness in head.
Very red face during attack. ~ Epilepsy.
Burning as of glowing coals in small spots in face, eyes, ears, and cheeks; cannot move on account of pain.
Sudden shuddering in face, extending across chest or over back to knees.
Itching of face.
Red, erysipelatous swelling of cheek. ~ Toothache.
Acne rosacea on cheeks and forehead; in dispersed groups.
Moist, suppurating spot in centre of tetter on cheeks, enlarges, itches and burns, and becomes covered with a thick crust.
Pimples on left cheek with severe itching.
Hard pustules, with blackish centre, through beard. ~ Acne.
Eruptions in face; acne, burning and stinging.
Occasional spasmodic twitching of muscles on left side of face.
Paralysis of one side of face. ~ Hemiplegia. ~ Chorea. ~ Otorrhea. ~ After cold.
Prosopalgia and rheumatism in face.
Severe tearing pains in left half of face. ~ Facial neuralgia.
Upper lip and nose feel heavy.
Convulsive movements in muscles of face. ~ Chorea. ~ Risus sardonicus.
Contracts brows, with pain in head. ~ Aphonia.
Her face feels to her like fur. ~ Hemiplegia.
Shivering, beginning in face and spreading from it.
Serpiginous ulceration, with smarting and excoriation.
Warts on face.
Mouth drawn to one side. ~ Hemiplegia.
Swelling of lower lip.
Tearing in diseased root of left lower jaw.
Jaws stiff and lame, not able to eat much for weeks. ~ Bronchitis.
Sensation of tension and pain in jaws, could only with difficulty open mouth, and could not eat well, because a tooth seemed too long.
He could separate jaws only with great difficulty, and could not open mouth as usual; it seemed as if throat below jaw was swollen or tense. ~ Trismus. ~ Tetanus.
Stitches in angle of right lower jaw. ~ Hemiplegia.
Arthritic and rheumatic pains in lower jaw.
Drawing pain in glenoid cavity of jaw; sensation as if jaw was contracted.
Warts on lips.
Ulcer on lower lip with burning pain, bleeds once in awhile.
Single red spots on chin spreading to nose and adjacent parts.
Froth at mouth. ~ Spasms.
Dull stitches in upper back teeth, extending upward.
Boring pain in lower back teeth, extending downward.
Boring pain in lower back tooth, extending to nose and eye.
A painful prickling digging in lower back teeth, extending as far as ears.
Painful looseness and elongation of teeth.
Stitching and tearing toothache.
Tearing in both right rows of teeth, extending into zygoma; both jaws of this side are painful to pressure, and on chewing feel as if bruised.
Throbbing toothache, with painful gum, so that he could not chew.
Pain in sound teeth, on drawing in cold air.
Toothache during and after siesta in all stumps, amel. from cold water, agg. from smoke; without violent pain, disagreeable sensation as though a foreign body was in them.
Long-lasting chronic toothache.
Burning pain in hollow teeth when eating and drinking.
Sensation as though blood would crowd into teeth, with burning stitching in fingers.
Grinding of teeth.
Offensive smell from teeth. ~ Impetigo capitis.
Gum is painfully sensitive, without pain in teeth.
Swelling of gums, readily bleeding and tedious suppuration. ~ Fistula dentalis.
Frequently recurring abscesses of gums.
Taste: greasy; putrid; bitter; sour; as from disordered stomach.
Stuttering, difficult, indistinct speech. ~ Chorea. ~ Pertussis. ~ Hemiplegia.
Speechlessness, from paralysis of organs of speech.
Tongue coated white on both sides, red in middle. ~ Epilepsy.
Intolerable soreness of tongue as if scalded.
Painful vesicles on tip of tongue.
Paralysis of tongue.
Pain in tongue as if he had bitten it.
Bites tongue during attack. ~ Epilepsy.
Dryness of mouth and tongue.
Swelling of inner side of cheek; he bites it when chewing.
Induration on inside of cheek. ~ Herpes on cheek.
Saliva runs from mouth, more after eating. ~ Toothache. ~ Paralysis.
Much phlegm in mouth and throat. ~ Pertussis.
Froth at mouth. ~ Epilepsy.
Redness of uvula and fauces.
Soreness and burning in fauces. ~ Angina. ~ Pertussis.
Sore, painful spot on hard palate.
Torn feeling in throat during mental exertion.
Jerking pain in throat.
Burning and rawness in throat, with sensation like heartburn.
Burning pain in throat; not caused by swallowing; on both sides, seemed to arise from chest.
Rawness and tickling in throat, with dry cough and some expectoration after long coughing.
Roughness and scraping in throat. ~ Pertussis.
Pain in tonsils. ~ Hemiplegia of face.
Dryness in throat, posteriorly. ~ Aphonia.
Dryness in throat, noticed when swallowing, followed by scraping along down throat.
Tickling sensation in throat. ~ Aphonia.
Sensation of a lump in throat, or as of food lodging in esophagus.
Pressure in throat pit as of a foreign body.
Pain in throat, agg. by stooping.
Sensation as if something cold was rising in throat.
Must swallow continually, feels as if throat was too narrow.
Constant disposition to swallow, amel. while eating, agg. after. ~ Diarrhea.
Mucus collects in throat, cannot be raised by hawking; is obliged to swallow it. ~ Pertussis.
Constant desire to clear throat.
Hawking of mucus from pharynx and posterior nares.
Hawking of mucus, with pain in pit of throat.
Phlegm in throat, which she is unable to hawk up, and which sickens her. ~ During pregnancy.
Throat reddened, with increase of mucus. ~ Deafness.
Swelling, like goitre, on throat.
Rheumatic sore throat.
Sore throat, with drawing in right leg.
Paralysis of esophagus.
Sits down to table with some appetite, but can scarcely eat a morsel. ~ Pregnancy.
Ravenous hunger, takes food in a hurried manner. ~ Dentition.
Appetite either too great, or none at all. ~ Epilepsy.
No appetite. ~ Hemiplegia. ~ Gastric headache.
Hunger: after nausea; causes headache.
No appetite in the morning.
Want of appetite and thirst.
Great thirst for several days.
No thirst. ~ Prosopalgia.
Thirst: after eating; for cold drinks; with aversion to drink; with scanty urine.
Desire for beer; for smoked meat.
Aversion to sweet things. ~ Diarrhea. ~ Pertussis.
Eating is painful on account of sensitive gums, and in other cases difficult on account of lameness and stiffness of jaws.
After chewing meat, teeth ache as though blunt, at same time sensation as though shreds of meat were between teeth which he wishes to remove.
Bread causes pressure in stomach.
Fresh meat causes nausea and waterbrash and renews the trouble; smoked meat agrees. ~ Diarrhea.
Fat food disagrees, causes offensive belching. ~ Epilepsy.
Coffee seems to aggravate every symptom. ~ Pertussis.
After eating: feels relieved; much thirst; whooping cough worse; pressure in whole abdomen; sometimes disagreeable mucus in mouth; eructation.
Collection of flatus in abdomen after a small meal.
Violent increase of pain after the least nourishment, or after tightening her clothes around her waist. ~ Hysteralgia.
A swallow of cold water relieves. ~ Pertussis. ~ Spasms.
Acids cause inconvenience. ~ Weak stomach.
Eructations: frequent, empty; tasting of food; of food; burning; as if he had eaten pepper; sour; tasting like almonds; smelling like musk; tasting like rotten wood; tasting like ink.
Acidity of stomach after eating fat, saccharine, or farinaceous food. ~ Bronchitis.
Sensation of lime being burned in stomach, with rising of air. ~ Pregnancy. ~ Confinement.
Heartburn. ~ Gastric headache. ~ Bronchitis.
Burning and waterbrash, the water tasting salty. ~ Constipation.
Constant efforts to belch. ~ Hysteralgia.
Nausea: before, during and after meals; with headache; amel. after eructating; with sour vomiting; with salt waterbrash after stool.
Sour vomiting, followed by sour eructations.
Vomiting: of blood, at night; with headache.
Vomiting of sour water. ~ Pertussis.
Stomach deranged from acids and sour things.
Pressure in pit of stomach. ~ Diarrhea.
Sensation of fullness in stomach. ~ Headache.
Pinching, clawing in pit of stomach on deep breathing.
Stitches in scrobiculum.
Pit of stomach sore to touch. ~ Gastric headache.
Cramp in stomach.
Pain in stomach in morning, increased by every quick movement; must lie down.
Violent pain in stomach, accompanied by heat in right side of head.
Constant sensation as if lime was being burnt in stomach, with a sort of rolling rising of air.
Violent pain in stomach; at times the pain seems to be seated in stomach, at times in chest; always amel. by lying down, agg. by moving about.
Pain in stomach from ice water.
Sensation as of a disordered stomach, with distension of abdomen.
Violent pressure from pit of stomach over whole chest, making breathing difficult, amel. before attack. ~ Epilepsy.
Stitches in region of liver. ~ Pregnancy.
Hepatic pains with distension after eating.
Heat and sweat about hypochondria and upper part of abdomen.
Necessity to loosen clothing about hypochondria. ~ Diarrhea.
Stitches in right side of abdomen, in evening.
Pains in abdomen, must bend double; agg. after least nourishment, or from tightening clothes. ~ Hysteralgia.
Cramps in bowels. ~ Leucorrhea.
Colic: in morning; pain radiates to back and chest.
Twisting abdominal pains before stool.
Cutting colic on appearance of menses, without diarrhea, with tearing in back and small of back, especially on motion.
Pain in right side of abdomen, with cough.
Flatulency, loud rumbling and rolling in bowels. ~ Pregnancy.
Painful distension of abdomen.
Abdomen swollen and hard, body wasted.
Tumid abdomen, in children. ~ Dentition. ~ Pertussis.
(In sick:) On abdomen, in region of bladder, itching boil, surrounded by intense circumscribed redness.
Pinching in small spot on right side of abdomen after eating.
Rheumatic pain in abdomen and chest.
Inguinal glands swollen, pain very much on moving.
Frequent passage of offensive flatus. ~ Leucorrhea.
Involuntary escape of feces with flatus.
The stool passes better standing.
Stools: tough and shining; first hard and in pieces, the last soft; knotty, like sheep's dung; too small shaped; the size of a goose quill; fatty, oily; liquid, fecal; white, mucous; involuntary.
(In sick:) Child passes with great pressure two or three tablespoonfuls of an odorless gelatinous mass, streaked with blood, towards morning. ~ Whooping cough.
Evacuations of mucus and bright blood with knotty, difficult feces, without any trace of hemorrhoids.
Before stool: twisting abdominal pain.
During stool: vertigo.
After stool: nausea; salt waterbrash; vertigo; burning at anus, subdued pulse and palpitation; escape of prostatic juice; pinching in hypochondria; waterbrash.
Bloody stool, with burning soreness of rectum.
Diarrhea: from cold air striking abdomen; from eating fresh meat; with violently itching acne; in scrofulous children.
Chronic diarrhea in dyspeptics and consumptives.
Constipation; frequent but unsuccessful desire to pass stool. ~ Gastralgia. ~ Leucorrhea.
Twisting abdominal pain before stool.
Frequent ineffectual efforts to stool, with much pain, anxiety and redness in face.
Stool is passed with great difficulty and exertion of abdominal muscles. ~ Hemiplegia.
Spasm in rectum, which rendered walking impossible.
Painful spasm of rectum, which prevents evacuation or renders it very small, no larger than a goose quill.
Frequent, sudden, penetrating, pressive pain in rectum.
Itching and sticking in rectum.
Severe itching in rectum and in genitals.
Pressure in rectum.
Pressing in rectum, as if feces were lodged in it which want to come away.
Spasms in rectum with renewed desire to pass water. ~ Affection of prostate.
Burning in anus after stool.
Soreness and oozing of moisture from anus.
Excessive itching in anus, day and night.
Anus very sensitive to contact.
Prurigo ani, relieved by cold water.
Fistula in ano.
Fissure in anus, pains agg. when walking.
Large, painful pustule near anus, discharging pus, blood and serum.
Hemorrhoids: impeding stool; swollen, itching, stitching, moist; stinging, burning, painful when touched, when walking, when thinking of them; from preaching or straining voice.
Hard hemorrhoids, extremely painful when touched, when walking, when standing or sitting; amel. after a stool.
Pain and strong pulsation in perineum. ~ Fistula in ano.
Stitching in anus before eating.
In morning, stool loose, with much tenesmus, voiding of gelatinous, odorless masses, somewhat streaked with blood, at the same time cold hands; child, aet. 10 months.
Stool seldom, after weak urging large thick lumps came, which were voided with great exertion and pain, afterwards prolapsus recti and tenesmus.
Sore pain in hemorrhoidal tumors, agg. when thinking of them.
Hemorrhoids after standing, as in preaching.
Sores between the nates.
Burning in urethra: when urinating; suddenly at night.
After urinating: pain in urethra, accompanied by dull pain on vertex.
Itching of orifice of urethra.
Pain in urethra and bladder after a few drops pass. ~ Prostatic affection.
Frequent urging to urinate, day and night. ~ Catarrh of bladder. ~ Leucorrhea.
Painful retention of urine brought on by slightest exposure to cold. ~ Catarrh of bladder.
Retention of urine in young children.
Constant ineffectual desire to urinate; frequent evacuation of only a few drops, with spasms in rectum, and constipation.
Evacuation of blood, with urine, or instead of it, with great pain; all sensations agg. at night.
Ineffectual attempts to urinate; when a few drops were passed, he had violent pain in bladder, and also (after walking much in order to relieve it) cramps in rectum.
Urging to urinate, without passing anything; she was obliged to wait a long time, and then only a very little urine passed, but urging was soon again renewed, without pain. ~ Catarrh of bladder.
Frequent urging to urinate, without micturition; urine soon deposited a sediment like yeast.
He urinates so easily that he is not sensible of the stream, and scarcely believes in the dark that he is urinating, until he makes sure by sense of touch.
Very frequent urging to urinate, with involuntary dribbling of urine.
Involuntary passage of urine: when coughing, sneezing or blowing nose; at night when asleep; in walking; from paralysis; in bronchitis.
Cannot retain urine, and could not feel urine passing through urethra. ~ Cataract.
Symptoms of paralysis of bladder from prolonged retention of urine and over-distension of bladder. ~ Pregnancy.
Enuresis nocturna. ~ Chorea. ~ Diarrhea. ~ Pregnancy.
Urine stopped at intervals, in evening.
Last drops of urine are delayed.
After urinating, smarting in pudendum as from salt.
Retention of urine, with frequent and urgent desire, occasionally a few drops or a small quantity may dribble away.
Paralysis of bladder from long retention of urine.
Urine: dark brown; turbid or cloudy on standing; deposits a yeasty sediment; deposits oxalate of lime.
Light-colored urine, like water. ~ Leucorrhea.
Excess of uric acid. ~ Bronchitis.
In evening, copious urination, always very turbid; thick, white, offensive smelling deposit.
Burning in urethra when urinating, especially after coitus.
During coition blood is discharged from urethra with ejaculation of semen.
Absence of erections.
Stitches in right testicle.
Pressive pain in testicles.
Increase of smegma about glans.
Twitching in penis.
Vesicles under prepuce changing to suppurating ulcers.
Vesicles on prepuce. ~ Catarrh of bladder.
Phagedenic chancre, jerking pain, watery, greenish, corroding discharge.
Chancre with fungous excrescences.
Syphilis complicated with gout, scurvy or eruptive diseases.
Chronic prostatitis; contraction of sphincter, with excoriating serous discharge from anus; pulsations in perineum.
Itching of orifice of urethra, scrotum and skin of penis.
Pollutions during siesta: without any recollection or consciousness of them; with extremely voluptuous sensation.
Erections with much itching in penis.
After coitus, pain in upper portion of abdomen, extending towards inguinal region.
Soreness and rawness between legs.
Aversion to coitus. ~ Leucorrhea.
Menses: too early and too profuse, and after ceasing, a little is passed from time to time for days; retarded; retarded, but increased in quantity (hysteric spasms); scanty, too weak; bright red; smell badly and excite itching of vulva; only during day; with violent pains in abdomen and discharge of large clots, with colic, without diarrhea; scanty, with prosopalgia; with vertigo and whirling in head; ceasing on lying down.
Menses preceded by great pain. ~ Acne rosacea.
Before menses: anxious dreams; melancholy; colic and backache; cramplike spasms.
During menses: no blood discharged at night; pain in abdomen, as if parts were torn, with pain in small of back, as if from a bruise, and discharge of large clots of blood; pressing in stomach; diarrhea; stitches beneath left breast; yellowness of face; whirling, dizziness and headache; dejection, tiredness, perspiration; epilepsy.
Menstrual blood bright red, with pain in pelvis, as if pressed or screwed together.
First menses are delayed. ~ Ophthalmia.
Menses very irregular. ~ Headache. ~ Leucorrhea.
Leucorrhea: profuse, flows like menses and has same odor; only at night, or agg. then; with scanty menses; ropy, clear discharge; weakening; acrid, causing itching and biting.
Soreness in vulva and between legs.
Smarting in pudendum, like from salt, after urinating.
Acridity during and after urinating, which bites like salt in pudenda.
Cough during pregnancy.
Spasmodic labor pains.
Symptoms during labor attributable to debility from night-watching, grief, or other depressing influences.
Puerperal convulsions: paroxysms complicated with screams, gnashing of teeth and violent movements of limbs.
Absence of milk and threatening amaurosis.
Milk almost disappeared in consequence of fatigue, night-watching and anxiety.
A sticking pain below left mamma. ~ Dysmenorrhea.
Pain in left mamma to below axilla, without induration, especially when nursing.
Violent itching about mamma in a nursing woman.
Mammary fistulae after abscess.
Nipples sore, cracked, surrounded with herpes.
Cracked nipples and suppression of milk.
Children are slow in learning to walk; unsteady tottering gait. ~ Meningeal tuberculosis.
Voice reverberates in head. ~ Deafness.
Hoarseness: agg. in morning, with scraping in throat; for several days could not speak loud; with coryza; with rawness, burning and soreness in chest; with dry cough. ~ Aphonia.
Sudden loss of voice. ~ Paralysis glottidis.
Chronic hoarseness remaining after acute laryngitis.
Hoarseness in public speakers and singers from straining vocal organs.
Laryngeal muscles refuse to act; cannot speak a loud word. ~ Paresis of cords.
Sense of utter weakness in laryngeal muscles. ~ Aphonia.
Aphonia: from spasm in windpipe; from driving in cold; from straining voice.
Hoarseness and rawness in throat, in morning.
Hoarseness towards evening, with dry, tickling cough.
Paresis of laryngeal muscles and vocal cords.
Sensitive pressive pain in larynx, on blowing nose.
Sensation of rawness in larynx. ~ Croup.
Larynx sore to touch. ~ Aphonia.
Phthisis laryngea, with dry cough; suppurative stage.
Dryness in larynx, and dry sensation in air passages.
Sense of constriction in larynx.
Burning and soreness in trachea. ~ Pertussis. ~ Catarrh.
Great rawness of throat and chest when coughing.
Irritation to cough: with every expiration; in morning, in bed.
Frequent need to clear something out of larynx.
Often indicated in beginning of croup.
Hoarseness, with pain in chest.
Much hawking of mucus.
Rattling of phlegm in throat and chest.
Arrest of breathing when talking or walking rapidly; must suddenly catch after breath.
Shortness of breath precedes paroxysms of coughing.
Shortness of breath.
Frequent suffocating fits during an inspiration, as if some one constricted larynx, producing a momentary arrest of breathing when sitting.
When taking a deep breath, tension in chest. ~ Epilepsy.
Worse during expiration and from talking. ~ Pertussis.
Dyspnea: with frequent sighing; in morning; with chronic cough.
Cough: violent, hollow, at times dry, with pain in chest; hollow, especially night and morning, with tightly adhering mucus in chest, and with sensation of soreness on chest; hacking, from creeping and rawness in throat; caused by crawling in larynx, or by stooping to pick up anything; always caused by speaking; with pain over and in hip, and involuntary passage of drops of urine; dry, remaining after pertussis; frequent and tickling; for the most part in daytime without, at night with expectoration.
Dry, hollow cough, from five to six paroxysms, with sore sensation in a streak down along trachea, where it pains on every paroxysm of cough, and almost prevents breathing.
Cough, with a sensation as if the patient could not cough deep enough to start mucus, produced by tickling, accompanied by rawness.
Cough wakes her from sleep, in evening and morning; during day, little or no cough.
Cough: worse evening till midnight; from exhaling; drinking coffee; cold air; draught of air; when awaking.
Cough excited by: tickling in throat pit; creeping tickling; mucus in throat; eating.
Short cough after eating.
Hissing cough. ~ Aphonia.
Cough only on lying down.
In evening, continuous cough and rattling of mucus.
Hollow cough without resonance, day and night. ~ Paralysis glottidis.
Hollow racking cough. ~ Bronchitis.
Cough wakens frequently, or in evening short hollow cough. ~ Pertussis.
Cough relieved by a swallow of old water.
Cough agg. by bending forward.
Tormenting cough with zona.
Cough strains every nerve in her body.
Cough causes soreness in abdominal muscles and bowels.
Continual annoying cough; with each cough escape of urine.
Cough with: burning in air passages; pain in larynx; rheumatic pain in limbs; soreness and general stiffness; pain in hips.
Influenza, with tired sensation, limbs as if beaten; rheumatic pains.
Whooping cough in catarrhal stage.
Expectoration: acrid, fatty tasting; cannot be raised, but must be swallowed.
Anxiety in chest: after stool, in evening, with distended abdomen; with fever.
Burning, sticking and soreness in chest. ~ Pertussis.
Stitches in chest below arms, extending to pit of stomach, with anxiety.
Pain in chest, as though raw, preventing him from lying down at night; has to change position.
Sticking pain in chest; very sore and ulcerated, with and without coughing, with stopped coryza and stoppage of nose.
Soreness in chest.
Smarting in chest while coughing.
Painful compression of chest, from both sides towards sternum, with oppression of breath and weakness of voice.
Tightness of chest, must frequently take a deep breath.
Spasmodic constriction of chest. ~ Pertussis.
Sensation in chest as if clothes were too tight.
Oppression of chest after eating.
Sensation of fullness in chest and around heart.
Pain in chest, when sneezing. ~ Influenza.
Rattling in chest. ~ Pertussis.
Constrictive pressure in chest and region of stomach, compelling him to bend backward for relief.
Oppression at heart, with lowness of spirits, cardiac anxiety.
Stitches in cardiac region. ~ Pertussis.
Burning in region of heart, with palpitation.
Palpitation of heart. ~ Pertussis.
Palpitation, with languor.
Chronic disease of heart in young girls, occasioned by overlifting.
Pulse excited towards evening, with orgasm of blood.
Stitches in sternum, from deep breathing or lifting.
Painful compression of chest, from both sides towards sternum, with oppression of breath and weakness of voice.
Sensation as if clothing were too tight.
Rash on breast and arms, itching like scabies.
Heat in sternum.
Eruption around nipples.
Stiffness and pain in neck and throat, with pain in occiput, muscles felt as if bound, could scarcely move head.
Tearing pain in back of neck, moving up and forward to frontal region.
Long-continued tension in right side of neck and chest, so that it drew body towards right side.
Attacks of gastric pains, once or twice daily, a small carbuncle on neck, over spine. ~ Gastralgia.
An excessively itching and moist tetter on neck.
Rheumatism of nape of neck.
Enlargement of cervical glands.
Swelling, like goitre, on throat.
Stitches: in back; in left lumbar region.
Painful stiffness of back and sacrum, especially when rising from chair.
Pain in middle of spine, on swallowing, as food goes down, as from a sharp crust there, sticking into it in an inward direction. ~ Rheumatic fever.
Pressing, cramplike pain in small of back, in region of kidneys.
Pressing-stitching pain alongside of right scapula, when swallowing or hawking.
Backache, especially in coccyx.
Pain in back during menses.
Complains of a sore pain in back during labor; cries “hold my back ! Oh! hold my back!” Pain in both loins, as if surrounded by bands.
Pinching, crampy pain in lumbar region and buttocks.
Tearing pains, commencing along lumbar vertebrae, running forward around left lumbar region to linea alba. ~ Neuralgia.
Sensation as if a cold wind was blowing on parts between scapulae.
Much itching on back and on calves.
Blood-boils on back.
Lameness in small of back. ~ Leucorrhea.
Incipient tabes dorsalis.
Rheumatic spinal irritation.
Pinching pain in sacrum, with hysterical spasms.
Pain begins in sacrum and goes into left hip, tensive, as if muscles were too short.
Bruised or darting pain in os coccygis.
Dull drawing pain in region of os coccygis.
Tearing and drawing in shoulder blades.
Shoulder joint painful on motion.
Rheumatic aching in shoulder.
Paralysis of deltoid; cannot raise hand to head; subject to pains, agg. at night, causing continued motion.
Pains in shoulder, when dressing in morning, preventing motion. ~ Rheumatism.
Pressure on shoulders.
Sensation as if cold water was running from clavicle down to toes, along a narrow line.
Itching on arms.
Dull drawing and tearing in arms and hands.
Griping clawing as from a hand around elbow, amel. from warmth.
Pressing pain above elbows.
Pains in elbow joints.
Lameness, weakness and flabby condition of muscles of arm, after scalding arm.
Tensive pain in left lower arm.
Paralysis of one arm and muscles of deglutition. ~ Sequel to diphtheria.
Paralysis of right arm, with glossoplegia.
Torpid feeling in arms at night. ~ Gastric headache.
Paralysis of upper extremities.
Right arm cold up to axilla.
Eruptions and warts on arms.
Paralytic feeling in right hand.
Icy coldness of hands, with stools of gelatinous masses, accompanied by tenesmus.
Pain in right wrist, as if sprained, weakness of joint.
Trembling of hands. ~ Rheumatism. ~ Neuralgia.
(In sick:) Sweat on hands, hindering her very much in knitting.
(In sick:) On back of left hand, between little and fourth fingers, very painful nodules on tendons; pain amel. from cold water.
Sensation of fullness in hand, when grasping anything.
Dry tetter in palms of hands.
(In sick:) Ulcerating spots on palms of hands, in which tendons were contracted.
Stitches in finger to elbow.
Drawing pains in finger joints.
In evening, sudden pain and lameness in finger tips.
Fingers feel icy cold, but warm to touch.
Painful numbness of thumb and index finger, appeared as if they were larger, especially when touching something; impedes free use of hand.
A large, oval-formed horny wart close to extremity of right forefinger.
Clenching of thumbs. ~ Epilepsy.
Fingers half closed, cannot move them, excepting with the other hand.
Contraction and induration of tendons of fingers.
Stiffness of fingers.
Paralysis of hands.
Panaritium and paronychia.
Warts on tips of fingers.
Fleshy warts close to nails.
Bursting pain in hips, on coughing.
Stitching pain in hip joint and region of hip; discharge of thin ichor.
Aching in hip joint, as if dislocated, when stepping. ~ Pertussis.
Pain in left hip joint, commencing in an instant, as if hip would be torn from her.
Head of femur seems to be out of acetabulum, limb is shortened. ~ Hemiplegia.
Hip disease: pain in joint; fistulae; hectic fever.
At night, the side, hip and thigh upon which he lay were sore, as if bruised, or as if pressed; was frequently obliged to turn over.
Soreness between thighs, high up.
Drawing and tearing in thighs and legs, knees and feet, agg. in open air, amel. in warmth of bed.
Bruised pains in thighs and legs, mornings in bed.
Distressing uneasiness in both limbs, in morning in bed, lasting one hour.
Painful itching on inner side of thigh along vein, extending to toes.
Marbled skin of thighs and legs.
Cracking in knees, when walking and descending.
Tensive pain and stiffness in hollow of knee, when walking.
A tension in hollow of knees, when sitting or beginning to walk, relieved by continued walking.
Stiffness in left knee, when walking.
Tendons of knees seem too short.
Tension in knee and ankle joints.
Drawing from knee to malleolus, with knifelike stitching towards toes.
Nightly burning tearing in shins from above downward.
Drawing on side of shins extending downward, with single stitches in edges of shin bone.
Cramp: in calf, mornings in bed; in sole of right foot and tendo-achillis, when stretching it.
Cramp in tendo-achillis awakens from sound sleep at 2 A. M.; has to jump out of bed and scream at top of her voice.
Severe tearing in tendons beneath right calf.
Tearing, beating, boring in lower leg and feet with every movement.
Numb pain now on malleolus, now on heel, and again on outer edge of foot.
Pain in ankle, when sitting, not when walking.
Stiffness in ankle.
Gouty tearing in region of lower leg, especially in small joints of foot, with swelling of parts.
Tension in heel and tendo-achillis.
Foot feels contracted, with tension on putting it to the ground. ~ Leprosy.
Itching of dorsum of foot.
Numbness of feet and toes.
Marbled skin on dorsum of foot.
Swelling of feet.
Sweaty feet. ~ Acne rosacea.
Cold, painless swelling, especially on back of foot, with itching.
Lower leg uniformly swollen, upon it are spots as large as a hand, which appear like a thick, uniform layer of leather.
Aching here and there in leg, with small tubercles, very hard, pale red, itching and painful.
Contraction of feet, tension when putting soles to the ground. ~ Leprosy.
Cramp in feet, toes and soles.
Cannot keep feet quiet, and yet moving them causes great pains.
Feet and lower leg full of acne; rubs himself whole night, especially soles and abdomen. ~ Nursing child.
Feet hot, tense and swollen.
When rubbing feet a little they become covered with large blisters.
Emaciation of feet.
Stitches, as though with penknife, in soles.
Crawling in both soles, as from something alive.
Corrosive or phagedenic blisters and ulcerations on heel.
Heels and balls of toes pain as though ulcerating, when touched and on treading down.
Ball of great toe: crawling, burning; severe pressive pain; burning stitches.
Severe pressive pain in posterior joint of great toe.
During night, round, watery vesicle forms beneath ball of great toe.
Crippled nails on toes, and ingrowing toenails.
Unsteady walking and easy falling of little children. ~ Dentition. ~ Chorea. ~ Rheumatism. ~ Verrucae. ~ Pertussis.
Gouty pains in limbs.
Tearing in limbs, now in one, now in another, at one time severe, at another slight, though constant.
Tearing in several limbs, agg. in joints, and extending from these into long bones.
Tearing, especially in joints, and from them through various bones in body, sometimes in several at once; pain was not aggravated by external pressure.
Soreness to touch on anterior surface of arms and legs.
Intolerable uneasiness in limbs, in evening.
Violent spasmodic motion of arms and legs. ~ Epilepsy.
Twisting and jerking of limbs. ~ Chorea.
Hands and feet go to sleep.
Formication in limbs, with spasms.
Coldness of shoulder joints and ankles. ~ Epilepsy.
Unsteadiness of limbs, tottering gait of children, and liability to fall. ~ Meningeal tuberculosis.
Weakness and trembling of limbs.
Paralytic weakness of limbs.
Contraction on limbs.
Stiffness of limbs from gouty deposits.
Serous swellings of joints, with but slight inflammation; great irritation of cuticle; tendency to white swelling.
Crippled nails on fingers and toes.
At night cannot get a quiet position, nor lie still a minute.
Disposition to stretch or bend, or crack joints.
Weariness and inclination to lie down.
Lying down: amel. pain in stomach, and gastralgia; menses cease; cough; on left side agg. toothache.
Sitting: or reading, stitches in temples; facial neuralgia; agg. hemorrhoids; urging to urinate; suffocating fits; pain in ankles; uneasiness of body.
Standing: obscuration of eyes; stool passes amel.; agg. hemorrhoids, they ache more.
Bending forward: cough; backward, amel. constrictive pressure in chest.
Stooping: vertigo and whirling in head; pain in throat; agg. cough, particularly whooping cough.
Rising from sitting: painful stiffness of back;
affected parts tremble.
Stepping: agg. aching in hip joint.
Lifting: stitches in sternum.
Descending: cracking in knees.
Turning head: cracking and snapping in ears.
Movement: quick, pain in stomach; agg. pain in stomach and abdomen; agg. swollen inguinal glands; of shoulder joints, gives pain in small of back; tearing, beating, boring in lower legs and feet.
Motion: profuse sweat; difficult on account of contracted tendons.
Move: cannot, on account of pain in face.
Writing: involuntary nodding of head.
Walking: impossible, spasm in rectum; soreness and fissure of anus; agg. hemorrhoids; cracking and tension in knees, on beginning to walk and relieved by continued walking; pain in soles, ankles and toes; ulcers bleed; profuse sweat.
After excessive bodily exertion. ~ Paralysis.
Children are slow in learning to walk, and fall easily. ~ Pertussis. ~ Warts. ~ Dentition. ~ Chorea. ~ Rheumatism.
Extreme tendency to start.
Restlessness of body, particularly in evening. ~ Pertussis. ~ Leucorrhea.
Restlessness, wants to run away. ~ Epilepsy.
Uneasiness of body, with anxiety about heart, while sitting; she was obliged to rise and walk about.
Anxiety throughout body, with vertigo.
Twitchings and clonic spasms.
Cramps now here, now there.
Convulsions: with screams, gnashing of teeth and violent movements of limbs; with feverish heat and coldness of hands and feet; in evening and at night; hysterical; epileptic; followed by paralysis.
Spasms after a fright.
Convulsive motions of extremities in child's sleep, with disturbed eyes, and coldness of body. ~ Eclampsia.
Chorea, even at night, right side of face and tongue may be paralyzed.
Child lies on her stomach, with one knee inserted in hollow of the other, feet drawn upon buttocks, making spasmodic jerks simulating movements of coition; muscles of face contorted, risus sardonicus. ~ Chorea.
Epileptic attack: after fright; during time of puberty; also agg. during new moon; with involuntary micturition; with scanty menses and leucorrhea; in scrofulous of brain; amel. by drinking cold water as soon as pressure in stomach commences.
After any exertion, eating but little, smoking much, and emotions, in evening attack of fainting.
Faintlike sinking of strength.
Weakness and trembling. ~ Aphonia.
Trembling of limbs. ~ Epilepsy.
Prostration with great weakness in limbs. ~ Influenza.
Sensation of internal stiffness from head to abdomen;`he is pale and cold.
Paralysis: of vocal cords; one-sided; of tongue; of eyelids; of face; of extremities; of bladder.
Paralysis of facial muscles after typhus.
Gradually appearing paralysis.
Paralysis of single parts, caused by exposure to cold wind or draught.
Hemiplegia, particularly from suppression of eruptions; numbness, atrophy, and coldness of the parts.
Progressive locomotor ataxia.
Yawning and stretching.
Intense sleepiness, can scarcely resist it, must lie down.
Soporous condition after attack. ~ Epilepsy.
Sleepy in daytime, sleepless at night. ~ Pertussis.
Sleeplessness at night: on account of dry heat; cannot rest in any position. ~ Chorea. ~ Gastralgia.
Wakes from sound sleep at 2 A. M., with cramps in tendoachillis. ~ Bronchitis.
During first sleep, wets bed. ~ Enuresis.
Very uneasy all night, after a short sleep awakened by anxiety and restlessness, which scarcely allowed ten minutes quiet in one place; must sit up; involuntary throwing of head from side to side, until exhaustion brought on sleep.
Laughing and crying during sleep.
Many motions with arms and legs during sleep, at night.
Starting from sleep, in a fright. ~ Pertussis.
Dreams: anxious; quarrelsome; fretful.
In morning, in bed, spasmodic attack; after rising, cold sensation in arm, then a jerk, with violent twitching in trunk and arms; anxiety.
Worse on awaking from sleep. ~ Pertussis. ~ Chorea.
Bad effects from night-watching. ~ Loss of milk. ~ Dystocia.
At night he can get no easy position; he cannot lie still a moment.
Night: arms and legs in motion during sleep; severe internal chill; torpid feeling in arms; agg. neuralgia of face; burning in urethra; blood with urine; menses cease; leucorrhea; cough agg.; paralysis of deltoid; burning and tearing in shins; has to rub feet and legs all night; watery vesicles on toes; chorea agg. or amel.; sleepless; heat, followed by internal chilliness.
At 2 A. M.: cramp in tendo-achillis awakes.
At 4 A. M.: sweat.
At 8 A. M.: internal heat, without thirst, with sweat in hands.
Morning: rheumatic pains in head; first dryness and stiffness in eyes, then lachrymation; sticking in eyes; blowing blood from nose; deafness; sneezing; pain in stomach; hoarseness; rawness of throat; dyspnea; cough; whooping cough amel.; bruised pain in legs; cramp in calves; spasmodic attacks, arms and legs; sweat, when walking.
Afternoon: amel. vertigo.
At 4 P. M.: burning and dryness of eyes.
From 6 to 8 P. M.: burning and stinging as with needles in eyes; heat.
From 10 to 12 P. M.: epileptic attacks.
Evening: agg. sensation as of an empty space between forehead and brain; pain shoots from eyes into head; as if there was a substance moving in eye; ophthalmia; nose stopped; stitches right side of abdomen; urine stopped at intervals; urine copious; violent stitches right temple; whooping cough agg.; cough short and hollow; anxiety; pain and lameness of finger tips; uneasiness of limbs; body restless; epileptic attacks.
Day: photophobia; nose running; sleepy.
Day and night: itching in anus; cough.
Can bear neither warmth nor cold. ~ Toothache.
She cannot cover herself too warmly, but warmth does not relieve.
After being heated by dancing, took cold and suffered with paresis of muscles of eye.
Worse on coming from the air into a warm room. ~ Headache.
Getting heated, agg. eruption. ~ Acne rosacea.
Warmth: amel. sensation as of an empty space between forehead and brain; amel. tensive tearing pain in integuments of head; amel. griping-clawing in forearm; of bed, drawing-tearing in thighs and legs; chronic urticaria; amel. gout and rheumatism.
Cold water: amel. face by rubbing part with a cloth dipped in; toothache; amel. pertussis; sticking abdomen, diarrhea; amel. prurigo ani; cough relieved by a swallow; amel. painful nodules on hand; prevent epileptic attacks; amel. eruptions.
Taking cold from scrubbing and washing. ~ Ischias.
From a river bath in summer. ~ Paralysis.
After bathing: cough.
Better in open air: incapacity to think after gaslight.
Open air: amel. lachrymation; accumulation of tears; cough agg. after walking in it; agg. drawing-tearing in thighs and legs; agg. gout, face and toothache; agg. chorea during pregnancy.
Fresh air: blepharitis.
Sensitive to cold air. ~ Headache. ~ Scabies.
Cold air: pain in sound teeth; agg. whooping cough; painful retention of urine; paralysis of single parts, caused by exposure; causes eruption to disappear; striking abdomen causes diarrhea; agg. rheumatism.
Draught of cold air: agg. tensive tearing pain in integument of head; aphonia; cough; caused paralysis of face.
Worse on becoming cold. ~ Whooping cough; Wind: ears sensitive to; cold winds cause paralysis.
Stormy change of weather: facial neuralgia.
Damp weather: amel. tensive tearing pain in integuments of head; amel. bleeding ulcers; rhinitis.
After getting wet. ~ Paralysis.
Colds contracted in springtime and from sudden change of weather; coryza of profuse, transparent mucus; cough with expectoration, rawness in chest and morning hoarseness.
Worse in clear, fine weather, amel. in damp, wet weather.
Shivering beginning in and spreading from face.
Chill and chilliness: predominating, frequently with coldness of whole left side; of diseased parts; with prosopalgia; with pertussis; left-sided.
Much internal chilliness, immediately followed by sweat without intervening heat.
Severe internal chill about midnight.
Chill lessened by drinking, and in bed.
Chill passes downward.
Coldness of single parts.
Chilly, with gooseflesh, while head and face burns. ~ Headache.
(In sick:) Child is feverish at night and wants the breast all the time. ~ Whooping cough.
Flushes of heat, followed by chill.
Internal heat, without thirst, with sweat of hands, 8 A. M.
Heat from 6 to 8 P. M., heat descending.
Heat and sweat in hypochondria and on upper part of abdomen.
Profuse sweat: when walking in open air; from motion; when sleeping during day.
Morning sweat towards 4 A. M.
Sour-smelling night sweat.
(In sick:) Viscid sweat of strong urinous odor.
Sweats easily on head. ~ Epilepsy.
Paroxysmal stitches in right ear.
Attacks come on twice daily.
Pain in paroxysms.
Sometimes two attacks in succession. ~ Epilepsy.
Attacks lasting twelve hours. ~ Epilepsy.
Attacks once or twice daily. ~ Gastralgia.
Every two to three days an attacks. ~ Epilepsy.
Every week an attack. ~ Epilepsy.
Every two, three, four weeks an attack. ~ Epilepsy.
New moon. ~ Epilepsy attacks.
One-sided paralysis, especially of flexor muscles.
Right: epilepsy, runs in a circle; heat in head; stitches in temple; pain in frontal eminence; chorea turns head; spots before eye; eye tense; as if a tight skin came half way down over eye; sudden pain over eye; stitches in ear; neuralgia in face; drawing pain in cheek; stitches in lower jaw; drawing in leg; heat in side of head; stitches, pain, pinching in abdomen; stitches in testicle; tension in neck; pressing stitching along side of scapula; on forefinger a large horny wart; cramp in foot; tearing in calf; chorea at night; arm cold; paralysis of arm and hand; wrist as if sprained.
Left: spots before eye; vertigo, falls; eye, acrid tears, shooting pain; itching in canthus; eye, granulations; brow, visible twitching of lid; nostril, epistaxis; ulcer, tip of nose; side of face, neuralgia; pimples on cheek; twitching in face; tearing pains in face; tearing pain in jaw; stitches beneath breast; pain in mamma; stitches in lumbar region; tearing pain in hip, as if muscles were too short; tensive pain in forearm; pain in hip; knee, stiffness; side, chill; hand, tendons, painful nodules.
As if there was a ball of fire in forehead; as if he would fall; as if brain was loose in head; as though a membrane was over eyes; as if there was a substance in eye; as of a stick or sand in eyes; right eye as if paralyzed; as if lids were agglutinated; as if something was trying to force out of ear; as though a foreign body was in teeth; as though blood would crowd into teeth; as if scaled, tongue; of a lump in throat; as if something cold was rising in throat; as if throat was too narrow; as though shreds of meat were between teeth; pelvis, as if pressed or screwed together; as if clothing of chest was too tight; as if cold wind was blowing between scapulae; as if lumbar muscles were too short; as if cold water was running from clavicle to feet; as though touched from time to time with an icicle, skin; as of an empty space between forehead and brain; head as if driven asunder; as if parts of occipital bone were numb, pithy, or dead; as if there was something moving in eyes; as if a tight skin came down over right eye; as if something was pricking the eye; as of glowing coals in small spots in face, eyes, ears and cheeks; as if jaw was contracted; teeth as though blunt; as if he had eaten pepper; as if lime was being burnt in stomach; as if loins were surrounded by bands.
Lightning-like pains darting from place to place.
Terrible sensation of tearing, paroxysmal; often moving forward, then remitting, again starting from same spot; neuralgia, moving from occiput, upward and forward, over vertex.
Tearing pains. ~ Prosopalgia.
Tearing: and digging headache; pain in integuments of head; pains, left half of face; left lower jaw; in both right rows of teeth; in throat; small of back; pain, back of neck; shoulder blades; in arms and hands; thighs and legs; in shins; in tendons beneath calf, with every movement; in limbs; in joints.
Boring: pain in vertex; pain in lower back tooth; in lower leg and foot from every movement; in ulcers.
Jerking: pain in throat; phagedenic ulcer.
Shocks or jerks: in head.
Cutting: pain in forehead: colic on appearance of menses.
Shooting: pain in left eye; to head.
Darting: pain in os coccygis.
Stitches: in temples; in vertex; right ear; in angle of right lower jaw; dull, in upper back teeth; in lower back teeth; in fingers; in scrobiculum; in region of liver; in rectum; in anus; right testicle; in cardiac region; in sternum; in lumbar region; in fingers; right elbow; pain, in hip joint; below arms; knifelike, from knee to toes; in soles; great toe; in right side of abdomen beneath left breast.
Sticking: toothache; pain, below left mamma; in chest; middle of spine; in old stye; in rectum.
Stinging: of scalp; as with needles, in eyes; in teeth; hemorrhoids; of eruption on face.
Prickling: in lower back teeth.
Biting: in eyes.
Burning: stinging in upper part of head; in eyes; eyes red; in both inner canthi; of ears; in face; pain; in bleeding lips; in hollow tooth; in fingers; in fauces; in rectum; in anus; hemorrhoids; in urethra; and soreness, in chest; in trachea; in air passages; cardiac region; nightly burning, in shins; great toe; skin, like nettlerash; in ulcers; in gout; in throat; in ball of great toe.
Her face feels to her like fur.
Heartburn: in throat.
Smarting: eyes; in pudendum; in chest.
Torn feeling; in throat; in abdomen.
Twisting: abdominal pain before stool.
Clawing: in stomach.
Griping clawing: arms and hands; around elbow.
Pinching: in ear; in stomach; right side of abdomen; in hypochondria; pain, in lumbar region; in sacrum.
Digging: headache; lower back teeth.
Pressive pain: in right frontal eminence; in rectum; in testicles; in coccyx; great toe; in eye; in larynx; above elbow.
Pressing pain: in forehead; small of back; stitching, right scapula; pain, above elbows; in eyes; in region of kidneys.
Pressure: in eyes; in inner canthus; hot, in ears and whole head; in throat; in pit of stomach; in rectum; on shoulders; in chest.
Drawing: in eyes; pains extend into cheeks and ear; pain in glenoid cavity; pain in os coccygis; in shoulder blades; in arms and hands; in finger joints; in thighs and legs; from knee to malleolus; in right cheek.
It draws and tears through whole body. ~ Headache.
Dragging pain: in eyes; in ears; in muscles of face.
Aching: in hip, as if dislocated; here and there in leg.
Soreness: in scalp; in fauces; in teeth; in rectum; in chest; in trachea; in anus; between legs; in vulva.
Bruised feeling: in outer head; in jaws; in os coccygis; in thighs and legs.
Rawness: in fauces; in larynx; between legs; in chest.
Scraping: down throat.
Gouty pains: in limbs.
Rheumatic and neuralgic pains. ~ Bronchitis.
Dull pressive pain: in head.
Dull pain: on vertex; in ears.
Rheumatic pain: in head; in lower jaw; in abdomen; aching, in shoulder; in chest; in nape of neck.
Tensive pain: gout; in sacrum; in left lower arm.
Bursting pain: in hips.
Sprained feeling: in right wrist; in gout.
Undefined pain: violent, in stomach; in ear; in malar bones; in sound teeth; in throat; in stomach; in right abdomen; and strong pulsation, in perineum; in neck; in finger tips; in left hip; in ankle; in urethra; over eye; in chest and limbs; in tongue; in tonsils; in stomach; in urethra; in small of back; in middle of spine; in both loins; in elbow joints.
Throbbing: in vertex; toothache.
Beating: in lower leg and foot, with every movement.
Twitching: in penis.
Tension: and pain, in jaws; right side of neck; pain, in forearm; pain and stiffness, in hollow of knees; of scalp.
Tenseness: in right eye; in heel and tendo-achillis.
Spasm: in rectum.
Cramp: in stomach; in small of back; in feet.
Compression: of chest.
Constriction: in larynx; of chest; of feet.
Contracted: in whole side of head; in jaw; in foot.
Obstruction: feeling of, in ears.
Fullness: in stomach; of chest; in hand, on grasping anything; around heart.
Heaviness: in upper lids; upper lip and nose.
Stiffness: in neck; of left knee, when walking; of jaws; of fingers; from head to abdomen.
Drawing lame feeling: of unaffected part; in paralysis.
Lameness: finger tips; of jaws; in small of back; of muscles of arm.
Pain in paralyzed parts increases when lameness decreases.
Torpid feeling: in arms, at night.
Crawling: in both soles; in great toe; in larynx.
Tickling: in throat.
Itching: like flea-bites, left inner canthus; on lower eyelid; in inner ear; of tip of nose; of face; left cheek; in eyes; in rectum; hemorrhoids; orifice of urethra; about mamma; rash on breast and arms; on back and calves; on arms; on inner side of thighs; on dorsum of foot; of scalp; of genitals; of anus; scrotum and skin of penis; in penis; of vulva.
Numbness: of side of face; of thumb; of malleolus; heel and toes; of feet; and deadly whiteness of lamed limbs, sometimes with coldness of head or feet.
Formication: in limbs.
Heat: right side of head; in sternum; and sweat, in hypochondria; in scalp.
Uneasiness: in both limbs; of whole body.
Coldness: of shoulder joints and ankles; in arms; of single parts; as if touched by an icicle.
Chilliness with pains: in prosopalgia.
Dry sensation: in eyes; in air passages; in nose; of mouth and tongue; in throat.
Disposition to hyperemia and congestion depending on diminished action of motor nerves on muscular coat of bloodvessels. ~ Aphonia.
Hemorrhages of very dark blood.
Netlike appearance of capillaries.
Painful varices, ulcers, or warts.
Contraction of flexor tendons; tension and shortening of muscles.
Rheumatic and arthritic inflammations, with contraction of flexors and stiffness of joints.
Chronic arthritis; nodosities.
Ill effects from debilitating loss of fluids.
Disturbed functional activity of brain and spinal nerves, resulting in paralysis.
Softening of brain; epilepsy; locomotor ataxia; spasmodic affections.
Affects principally oculo-motor nerves, third pair; facial nerve, seventh pair; and motor (inferior maxillary) branch of fifth pair; also spinal nerves, particularly upper.
Proud flesh; caries; scrofulosis.
Whatever part she grasps, burns.
(In sick:) Child wants to be carried all day. ~ Whooping cough.
Touch: pain on vertex; scalp sore; eyes burn; pressive pain in eyes; constant inclination to touch and rub eye; itching on lower lids; stomach sore to; anus sensitive; hemorrhoids stinging, burning; larynx sore; heels and balls of toes sore to; front of arms and legs sore to.
Cannot bear touch of clothing on chest.
Pressure: causes pain in eyes; tearing in teeth; painful to pressure.
Rubbing: eye, amel. a tight skin which comes half way down; with cold, wet towel, amel. neuralgia of face.
Straining: vocal organs, hoarseness.
Ichorous suppurating scalds and burns slow of healing; or patients say, “they have never been well since that burn.”
Burns from nettles.
Redness of frosted limbs.
Old injuries freshen up.
Yellowish looking skin, particularly about temples.
Intertrigo, during teething.
Itching: over whole body; at various parts; especially on tip and wings of nose; face; scrotum; back; arms; palms; dorsi of feet.
Subacute and chronic eruptions, similar to blisters from burns.
Chronic urticaria, coming out more fully in fresh air, with decided aggravation and itching from heat of bed.
Eruption of pimples on tip of nose.
Excessively itching moist tetter on neck.
Itching blotches, with burning, like nettlerash.
Itching eruption preventing sleep, burns and bites, especially on sore spot on lower leg.
Scabies, after abuse of sulphur or mercury.
Sensation as though touched from time to time with an icicle.
Marbled appearance of skin.
Large, jagged, often pedunculated warts exuding moisture and bleeding easily.
Small, non-pedunculated warts all over body, internal and external, and on eyelids.
Warts and scrofulous skin affections.
Injuries of skin, which had healed, become sore again.
Burns and scalds.
Varicose and fistulous ulcers.
Ulcers: bleeding, with blisters on surrounding skin, boring and burning; burning in edges; pain as if burnt; sensitive, surrounded by pustules; swollen, with a feeling of tenseness; pus bloody and corroding, greenish or grey, ichorous and thin as water, sometimes yellow; amel. in damp weather and from walking.
Corrosive ulceration of tubercles in skin. ~ Syphilis.
Ulcers on hands, fingers and toes: corroding, thin, watery, often acrid discharge, with burning pain; discolored; ichorous.
Old sores originating in burns, maltreated with lead.
Injurious effects, chorea, paralysis, epilepsy, etc., following suppressed itch or other chronic scrofulous exanthemata.
Diseases corresponding to the hydrogenoid constitution of Grauvogl.
Dark haired persons with rigid fibre most affected.
Lymphatic, torpid temperament; bronchitis.
Children with black hair and eyes; enuresis nocturna.
Especially adapted to feeble, delicate children; pertussis; enuresis.
Diseases incidental to old age; varicose veins.
Children with delicate skin; dentition.
During evolution of a group of teeth, intertrigo appears with occasional convulsions; dentition.
Child, aet. 18 months; diarrhea.
Girl, aet. 9; hip disease.
Child, aet. 10; leucoma.
Boy, aet. 10; catarrh of bladder.
Girl, aet. 11; enuresis.
Boy, aet. 12; enlarged cervical glands.
Child, aet. 12; ophthalmia.
Girl aet. 12, weakly, delicate; chorea.
Girl, aet. 14, scrofulous; chorea.
Boy, aet. 15; enuresis.
Boy, aet. 15, scrofulous and miserable; epilepsy.
Girl, aet. 15, brunette; enuresis.
Slender, blonde girl, aet. 15; warts on fingers.
Boy, aet. 17; stammering from childhood.
Girl, aet. 18; epilepsy.
Girl, aet. 20, weakly, mild temper, since 16 years; rhinitis.
Girl, aet. 21; crusty nose.
Girl, aet. 24, terribly disfigured nose; acne rosacea.
A man, aet. 25; hemiplegia of face.
Robust, choleric woman, aet. 30; aphonia.
Woman, aet. 30, well fed, choleric, full-blooded; paralysis.
A lady, aet. 32; paresis of muscles of eye.
Woman, aet. 32; hemiplegia of face.
Robust woman, aet. 36, phlegmatic temperament; rhinitis.
A man, aet. 36; wart on finger.
A weakly seamstress, aet. 37; headache.
A woman, aet. 37, appears consumptive, thin in flesh; bronchitis.
Woman, aet. 39, of a melancholy mood; toothache; prosopalgia.
Woman, aet. 39, emaciated, pale and sickly since 6 years; cephalalgia and gastritis.
Woman, aet. 40; ophthalmia.
Woman, aet. 40, mild, gentle disposition; faceache.
A man, aet. 44, strong, athletic, short neck; epilepsy.
Woman, aet. 46, full habit, dark complexion, phlegmatic; deafness.
A very strong, robust merchant, traveling much, aet. 52; headache.
Woman, aet. 55, emaciated; neuralgia.
Woman, aet. 60; paralysis.
A man, aet. 61; paralysis of bladder.
Woman, aet. 66; tetter on right cheek.
Very much weakened woman, aet. 69; hemiplegia.
A woman, aet. 70; paralysis of the facial nerve; glossoplegia.
Old maid, aet. 75, fond of coffee; chronic headache.
During climacteric years; deafness.
Old maid, weakly, pale; prosopalgia.
“In my practice the greater number of Causticum patients, suffering from throat complaints, were men.” Lorbacher.
Antidotes by: Asaf., Coffea, Coloc., Dulcam., Guajac. (rheumatic contraction of tendons of arms and legs), Nitr. spir. dulc., Nux vom.
It antidotes: Asaf., Cinchon., Coloc., Euphras., Plumbum; poisoning by lead (paralysis); bad effect (paralysis of tongue) of type held between lips of a compositor; abuse of Mercur. and Sulphur in scabies.
Compatible: before Calc. ostr., Kali iod. (facial paralysis from an abscess), Lycop., Nux vom. (vertigo), Rhus tox., Ruta (stiffness of upper limbs after paralysis), Sepia, Silica, (ingrown toe nails) Sulphur, Zinc. sulph. (external use in chronic ophthalmia); intercurrently Arsen. (acne rosacea, epilepsy of drunkard), Cuprum (epilepsy), Ignat. (chorea), Podoph. (ophthalmia), Pulsat. (ophthalmia), Rhus tox. (amblyopia), Sepia, (rhinitis, epilepsy), Stannum (paralysis); after Calc. ostr. (tetter), Coccul. (lame arm after scald), Coloc. (colic), Cuprum (epilepsy), Hyosc. (chorea), Ignat. (chorea from fright), Petrol. (hip disease), Petrosel. (urinary troubles), Rhus tox. (hemiplegia), Sepia (ophthalmia), Stramon. (chorea), Sulphur (headache, otorrhea, ulcer on nose, prosopalgia, epilepsy, limping).
Incompatible: Acids, Coffea, Phosphor.
Compare: in mental weakness, paralysis, tinea capitis, etc., Baryt. carb.; in ptosis, facial paralysis, Gelsem.; in laryngeal affections, Ant. tart.; in paralysis of muscular coat of bladder, Arsen., Helleb., Hyosc.; in meningeal tuberculosis, Lycop., Natr. carb., Stramon., Sulphur; in contraction of brow, with pain in head, Lycop.; in blistering of heel, Cepa; in cough, must swallow mucus, Arnic.