Among all our drugs this is the one of which we have the most different preparations. There is but one right kind. It is the pure poison, which is obtained by grasping the bee with a small forceps, and catching the minute drop of virus suspended from the point of the sting, in a vial or watch crystal. After collecting a sufficient quantity it may be potentized in alcohol, distilled water, or prepared in oil or pure glycerine, for external use.
The same year he commenced a work, an attempt at treating homeopathically domestic animals: Part I, horses, 1835; Part II, cattle, 1836; and Part III, sheep, 1843. A second edition of Part I was printed in 1837. He reported numerous cures with Apis, particularly of most obstinate diseases of horses.
The great problem to be solved with regard to the snake poison (and of course also the nosodes) was: can we use the symptoms from inoculation, as well as the symptoms obtained by proving the alcoholic tinctures. It was thought that the proving of the bee-poison would solve the problem.
In 1850 dried and powdered bees were introduced by E. E. Marcy, in his Theory and Practice. In January, 1852, we received a pamphlet containing real provings, by the New York Central Hom. Society, reprinted in the N. A. Quarterly, same year, p. 184-203, and Aug. 10, 1852.
This was translated into German, and numerous provings with the pure poison added; also all notices of effects of the sting that could be found, these being considered most important. The whole was printed in the form of a monography, in the Amerikanische Arzneiprüfungen (American Provings), Vol. I, p. 171.422, and forms the most complete collection of the effects of any animal poison in medical literature.
In 1858, Dr. C. W. Wolf published a book on bee-poison, declaring it a polychrest, but he also used the tincture from the whole bee. It happened at the time to correspond to the genius epidemicus in Berlin, but Wolf recommended it in all intermittent fevers. His little book was translated in the same year and printed in New York; the author, however, was not allowed to add his notes, or he would have given the first provers in this country credit for what they had done.
Loss of consciousness.
Lost all consciousness of things around him, and sank into a state of insensibility.
Loss of consciousness in eruptive disease.
Loss of consciousness and delirium. ~ Meningitis infantum. ~ Scarlatina.
Unconsciousness, stupor, with muttering delirium. ~ Typhus.
Sopor. ~ Scarlatina.
Sopor, interrupted by piercing shrieks. ~ Tubercular meningitis.
Child lies in torpor.
Impaired memory. ~ Prosopalgia.
Lets everything fall out of her hand, or breaks things and laughs over it. ~ Amenorrhea.
Very busy; restless, changing kind of work, with awkwardness, breaking things; lets everything fall out of his hands.
Dullness of mind.
Difficulty of thinking.
Could not bring his thoughts to bear upon anything definite. ~ Diarrhea.
Cannot bring his thoughts to bear on any subject continuously.
Imbecility, more frequent than insanity.
Thinks he will die. ~ Organic disease of heart.
A strange boy lying in bed with him prevents sleep. ~ Typhus.
Anticipation of death.
After midnight, slightly delirious. ~ Typhus.
Delirium: with congestion; eruptions; heat; during sleep.
Slightly delirious. ~ Diphtheria.
Muttering delirium. ~ Measles.
Delirium. ~ After suppressed scarlet eruption. ~ Amenorrhea.
Muttering delirium alternating with stupor. ~ Cancer of mamma.
Violent delirium, amounting to frenzy. ~ Paralysis.
Manias, especially proceeding from a sexual cause in women.
Insanity, particularly nymphomania and apathy depending on or alternating with sore throat, indigestion or bladder affections.
Acts foolishly or with a good deal of frivolous levity. ~ Hysteria.
Busy, frivolous, disposed to laugh, excessively cheerful.
Muttering. ~ Gastro-enteritis.
Continual moaning and screaming. ~ Diarrhea.
Sudden thrilling cries. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Shrill screaming “oh my baby.” ~ Pneumonia.
Crying out and screaming loudly as from stabbing pain. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Screaming spells. ~ Dysentery of infants.
Sudden sharp outcry during sleep. ~ Scarlatina.
Children scream out suddenly and sharply during sleep, most at night; if asked what hurt them, they reply “nothing.” ~ Dentition.
Single sharp shrill screams while sleeping or waking. ~ Incipient meningitis.
Shrill, sudden piercing screams. ~ Hydrocephalus, pneumonia, and many other complaints.
Scream out very sharply and shrilly during sleep or when awake, “crie cerebrale.” ~ Encephalitis.
Shrieking. ~ Eclampsia.
Violent shrieking and screaming spells at longer or shorter intervals. ~ Infantile marasmus.
Great tearfullness, cannot help crying.
Constantly busily engaged doing this or that, but do nothing right; young girls. ~ Amenorrhea.
Cannot bear to be left alone. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Dreamy and indolent. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Feels too lazy to get water, but thirsty. ~ Catarrh of chest.
Exaggerated merriment; less frequently despondency.
Eccentric cheerfullness, despondency, or hopelessness.
Lachrymose disposition, discouraged, desponding mood. ~ Tonsillitis. ~ Angina.
Sensitiveness of disposition.
Anxious feeling in head.
Premonition of death arose after a few minutes; “he believes he is going.”
Dread of death or sensation as if he should not be able to breathe again.
Dread of apoplexy.
Will not take spirits of camphor, fears she will be poisoned. ~ Nymphomania.
Apathy, unconsciousness, lying in a soporous condition, with delirious muttering, hard hearing, inability to protrude tongue. ~ Typhus.
Languid and listless. ~ Diarrhea.
When asked if sick, he says: “Nothing is the matter.” ~ Typhus.
Fickle and inconsistent behavior.
Discouraged, desponding humor. ~ Angina.
Irritable, contradictory humor, nothing pleases him.
Irritable and irascible mood; more rarely dejection.
Irritable disposition. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Is irritable; hard to please; nervous; fidgety.
Very irritable and fidgety about the varices in anus. ~ Hemorrhoids.
Violence, amounting to frenzy.
Jealousy (in women).
All her ideas turn around jealousy, very talkative, sometimes disgusting salacitas. ~ Mania.
Uneasiness; physical and mental.
Agitated, impatient, apprehensive. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Ailments from fright, rage, vexation, jealousy, or hearing bad news.
After a severe mental shock, paralyzed on whole right side, with a swelling of right half of body, closing up right eye.
Vertigo on closing eyes, disappearing on opening them.
Vertigo when standing, sitting, lying down, shutting eyes, with obscuration of vision, nausea, headache and sneezing.
Spells of vertigo in Spring, after least effort.
Confused vertigo, agg. when sitting than when walking, extreme when lying and on closing eyes; nausea and headache.
Frequently vertigo, as if she would fall, with obscuration of sight, nausea and disgust for food. ~ Erysipelas.
Head confused and dizzy, with constant pressive pain above and around eyes; somewhat amel. by pressure of hands.
Dull confusion of head, especially over eyes.
Dullness of head; dull, stupid state during day. ~ Tubercular meningitis. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus. ~ Pannus.
Loss of consciousness.
Heat in head.
Anxious feeling in head.
Threatened effusion in cerebral diseases.
Congestion to head and face; fullness in head, pressure. ~ Suppressed menses. ~ Albuminuria during pregnancy.
Head as if too full, it seems too large.
Head dull and so heavy that she could not move it on pillow. ~ Typhus.
General aching through head. ~ Ascites.
Sudden stabbing pain in head. ~ Dysmenorrhea.
Jerking headache. ~ Catarrh of chest.
Brain feels tired; as if “gone to sleep,” tingling.
Pain from gums into head.
Pain in head and eyeballs.
Dull, heavy, tensive headache over eyes, with pain through orbits.
Pains in head, through eyes, above and around eyes.
Dull, heavy headache; slight erysipelatous inflammation about left orbit and down left side of nose.
Frontal headache. ~ Tonsillitis.
Pressing, sometimes stinging pain in forehead. ~ Typhus.
Sense of weight and fullness in forepart of head.
Dull aching in forehead.
Violent pressive pain in forehead and temples.
Violent headache, stitching in temples, throbbing in forehead. ~ Typhus.
Sharp shooting pain in temples.
Violent pain in temples. ~ Tonsillitis.
Severe attack of neuralgia in and about left temple, with pain as if a bee had stung her, with frequent vomiting. ~ During pregnancy.
Violent drawing from back of neck, extending behind left ear, spreading over left half of head.
Headache mostly on right side. ~ Ovarian tumor.
Heaviness and fullness in vertex.
Pressure, fullness and heaviness in occiput.
Great pain in occiput. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Burning and throbbing in head, agg. by motion and stooping, temporarily amel. by pressing head firmly with hands; occasional sweat.
Heaviness, aching and pressure in head, especially on rising from sitting or lying posture, increased in warm room, relieved by compression with hands.
Headaches are amel. by exercise out of doors; by looking up and bending head backward; pressing head between hands; agg. when reading, in a warm room, from motion, stooping.
Dull pain over whole head is relieved by pressure.
Forehead aches from exertion of coughing (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Dull pain in occiput agg. from shaking head.
Child lies in torpor; delirium, sudden, shrilling cries, squinting, grinding teeth, boring head in pillow; one side twitching, the other paralyzed; head wet from sweating; urine scanty, milky; big toe turns up; nausea while lying; breath offensive; tongue sore. ~ Acute hydrocephalus. ~ After erysipelatous eruptions.
Pain in occiput, with occasional sharp shrieks. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Violent headache and rush of blood to head with delirium. ~ Amenorrhea.
Headache with vertigo.
Particularly disagreeable pain in forehead, with dullness and confusion.
Chronic headache, violent pain in forehead and temples, at times involving eyes, attended by vertigo, nausea and vomiting, must hold head and eyes down.
Nervous headaches with indigestion.
Chronic sick headache.
Severe attacks of neuralgia in and about left temple, with pain as if a bee had stung her; with frequent vomiting. ~ During pregnancy.
Pain over left eye, over whole left side of head, with nausea and vomiting. ~ Hemicrania.
Her whole brain feels as if tired, gone to sleep and crawling; she feels it at the same time in both arms, especially in left, and from left knee down to foot.
Threatening cerebral symptoms after scarlatina; if it was fairly out and recedes. ~ Arachnitis. ~ Meningitis.
Cerebro-spinal meningitis in earlier stages.
Meningitis; after fully developed effusion.
Chronic meningitis with considerable cephalic disturbance and symptoms indicating threatening if not actual effusion of serum into cavity of arachnoid.
Apoplexia sanguinea and serosa.
Apoplexy in old persons.
Hydrocephalus; child screams out very sharply in its sleep.
Hydrocephaloid symptoms. ~ Scarlatina.
Hydrocephalus of children; meningitis infantum.
Hydrocephalus occurring suddenly after erysipelatous eruptions; prostration; unconscious; one side lame or jerking; big toe turning up; squinting; nausea while lying; breath offensive; tongue sore.
Hydrocephalus acutus; before stage of exudation.
Hydrocephalic condition following summer complaint of children.
Hydrocephaloid; stupor; eyes red, head hot, shrill shrieks; tongue dry, skin dry, hands cold and blue; urine suppressed; abdomen tender; diarrhea mucous, offensive, involuntary, containing flakes of pus.
Inflammation of brain; they run head furiously against wall (horses).
Horses kick, and show inclination to run off.
Hydrocephalic enlargement of head.
Large head and large prominent eyes. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Fontanelles reopen at from six to ten months, with great restlessness and putting hand to head.
Bores head into pillow. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus. ~ Eclampsia. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Bending back and rolling of head. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Inability to hold head erect. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Scalp very sensitive. ~ Erysipelas traumatica.
Drawing and tension in scalp.
Acute burning shooting in scalp.
Burning in back of head and neck, once or twice a week with nausea.
Head and whole surface of body hot and dry. ~ Typhus.
Copious sweat of head, of musk-like odor. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Itching prickling in scalp.
Itching on scalp (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Whitish violently itching swelling on head, sometimes on neck. ~ Paralysis.
Sensation as if head was too large.
Head feels swollen; integuments feel swollen and stiff.
Puffiness of scalp, forehead, and around eyes.
Innumerable spots on his head. ~ Paralysis.
Erysipelas of scalp spreading to face; sphacelous spots.
Erysipelas in head followed by staphyloma.
Hair falls out; bald places.
Hair had to be cut short as pediculi increased too much (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Photophobia. ~ Ophthalmia. ~ Keratitis. ~ Ophthalmia arthritica. ~ Catarrh of chest.
Sensitiveness to light, with headache and redness of eyes.
Light gives pain during headache.
Shunning light, constant winking. ~ Ophthalmia.
Keeps his eyes closed, light intolerable. ~ Ophthalmia.
Severe pain in eyeballs, increased by exposure to light.
Could see better at night than in daytime (oil). ~ Pannus.
Objects appear too large.
Diplopia. ~ After meningitis.
Whirling before eyes.
Indistinct vision. ~ Ophthalmia.
Vision very indistinct, as if a skin was drawn over eye.
Obscuration of sight. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
She could only observe light coming in at window when she turned herself towards it. ~ Ophthalmia.
Did not see finger thrust towards eye. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Whitish grey mist before eyes. ~ Staphyloma.
Blindness from obscuration of cornea.
Eyes much inflamed; after maltreatment stone blind.
Dilated pupils. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Pupil in left eye somewhat drawn towards outer side.
Pupil not discoverable through opaque cornea. ~ Ophthalmia.
Pupil cannot be distinctly seen, but appears to be drawn laterally into an oblong shape.
Weakness of eyes, with dread of straining sight.
Weakness of sight, with feeling of fullness in eyes.
Eyes weak, not inclined to exert them; they tire easily; sensitive to light.
Eyes painful, feel sore or irritated when using them.
After reading for an hour or two by lamplight, eyes became irritated with a pricking feeling; they filled with water; conjunctival vessels slightly injected, and sight correspondingly indistinct.
Worse when looking fixedly at any object.
Asthenopic troubles, especially affections from using eyes at night, causing redness of eyes, with lachrymation and stinging pains.
Worse when looking at something white.
Heaviness of eyes, fullness and pressure.
Feeling of heaviness in eyelids and eyes.
Aching, sore pressing, tensive, shooting, boring, stinging, burning pains in and around eyes and in forehead.
In eyes from time to time, stitches and pressing (oil). ~ Pannus.
Aching pressure in left eyeball, mostly in lower part, for several hours; repeated twice.
Eyes feel as if they had sand in them.
Pain in eyeballs and across forehead; agg. right side. ~ Diarrhea.
Acute pain in eyeballs.
Rheumatic affections of eye.
Violent stitches in eye and around it; agg. at night. ~ Arthritic ophthalmia.
Dreadful darting pain through eyes. ~ Ophthalmia.
Severe darting, lancinating pain in eyes.
Burning, stinging, shooting pains. ~ Keratitis.
Violent shooting pains through eyeball; tearing, shooting.
Violent shooting over right eye, extending down to eyeball.
Piercing in eyes; was obliged to remove spectacles while reading and writing (nearsighted woman).
Burning and stinging in eyes. ~ Blepharitis.
Smarting and burning sensation in eyeballs and lids. ~ Ophthalmia.
Pains throbbing and burning.
Smarting and sensation of burning in eyes, with bright redness of conjunctiva; very sensitive to light.
Pains aggravated by moving eyes.
Squinting of one or both eyes. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Meningitis infantum. ~ Scarlatina.
Trembling of eyeball, agg. at night.
Twitching of left eyeball, or of both.
Quivering and twitching of left eyeball agg. at night.
Twitching and jerking of eyelids. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Rolling of eyeballs, in sleep without waking. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Conjunctiva reddened, full of dark bloodvessels, which gradually lose themselves in cornea. ~ Ophthalmia.
Puffy chemosed congested condition of conjunctiva and bright red appearance. ~ Keratitis. ~ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Keratitis and blepharitis, with tumefaction of lids.
Scrofulous keratitis (parenchymatous), with dim vascular cornea, hot lachrymation, contracted pupils, etc.
Pustular keratitis, with dark red chemosed conjunctiva and swollen lids.
Keratitis, with dreadful pains shooting through eye, with swollen lids and conjunctiva; with hot lachrymation gushing out on opening eyes; with photophobia.
Cornea thick, having dark, smoky spots; greyish, smoky, opaque. ~ Keratitis.
Each cornea full of nebulous spots. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Entire cornea scattered over with dark, smoky clouds; thickened and covered with a film. ~ Ophthalmia.
Smoky opacity of cornea. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Pupil could not be seen through smoky discolored cornea. ~ Ophthalmia.
Opacity of upper half of cornea; opaque and white.
The disease went from left to right. ~ Ophthalmia.
Opacity of almost whole cornea; only inferiorly and towards right about a sixth part is free.
Ugly looking conical tumor, occupying place of former pupil, preventing use of a glass eye.
Staphylomatous projection in right eye, with inflammation of both eyes.
On edge of right cornea, ulcer size of a lentil, with dirty fundus. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Ulceration of cornea, vascular, with photophobia, lachrymation and burning pain; lids everted and often ulcerated on margins.
Ulcers and maculae on cornea. ~ Ophthalmia.
Cicatrices of cornea.
Eyes brilliant. ~ Thrombosis.
Pressing pain in lower part of eyeball. ~ Hydrops retinae.
Stinging in ball and pain across forehead; aching pressing in lower part of left ball; fullness inside ball, with flushed head and face.
Stinging, itching in left eye; in lids and around eye.
Smarting and sensation of burning in eyes, with bright redness of conjunctiva; very sensitive to light.
Cutting, burning, with redness of eyes.
Congestion to eyes: bloodvessels injected.
Eyes red and itching.
Sclerotic vessels injected; from inner corner many vessels and loose fibres running towards cornea, as if a pterygium would be formed. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
The whole conjunctiva of sclerotica, as well as cornea, thickened, full of new bloodvessels; cannot perceive slightest light; could not point where windows were; pupils could not be detected (oil). ~ Pannus.
Sudden and violent inflammation of right eye. ~ Ophthalmia.
Greatly inflamed eyes. ~ Measles.
Inflamed eyes, with eruptive diseases.
Left eye inflamed; pustule on cornea, and general diffuse inflammation over whole eye; lid swollen and red.
Inflammation; photophobia, but cannot bear eyes covered.
Often remedy for acute catarrhal conjunctivitis, in which there are bright redness and chemosis of conjunctiva, with stinging pains.
Inflammation of eyes, intense photophobia, increased secretions.
Ophthalmia, rheumatic, arthritic, catarrhal, strumous, erysipelatous, or edematous, no matter what part of eye may be the seat of the disease.
Inflammations, with severe shooting pains, heat of head, red face, cold feet, etc.
First stage of catarrhal ophthalmia, especially in scrofulous children.
It is especially applicable to inflammations, with burning biting pains; inflammations following eruptive diseases.
Violent cases of Egyptian ophthalmia and ophthalmia neonatorum, with great swelling of lids and adjacent cellular tissue.
Ophthalmia; photophobia, but can bear no covering on account of soreness.
Left eye swollen, wholly shut, and mouth so swollen that he can scarcely open lips.
Erysipelatous inflammations of lids, with adjacent smooth swelling of face, especially with chemosed conjunctiva, etc.
Edema of eyeball.
Puffy, chemosed congested condition of conjunctiva. ~ Keratitis.
Chemosis of conjunctiva, with light discharge.
Copious mucous secretion and lachrymation. ~ Pannus.
Flow of tears, with headache.
Profuse lachrymation. ~ Ophthalmia.
Flow of tears, with sensitiveness to light. ~ Catarrh of chest.
Eyes water and are painful when she looks at anything light.
Flow of tears, with redness and burning of eyes.
Hot tears gushed from eyes. ~ Ophthalmia.
Scalding tears; profuse lachrymation, with burning, great sensitiveness to light. ~ Ophthalmia.
Burning stinging in right eye, beginning with a dull heaviness, and causing flow of water.
Lachrymation, with burning in eyes and with photophobia; with pains in eyes on sewing evenings, with pain on looking at bright objects; with severe burning and sensation of a foreign body in eyes.
Slight inflammation of lachrymal sac.
Eyes wide open. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Eyelids half open, pupils turned up. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Everted lids. ~ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Heaviness of lids.
Right eye closed with paralysis of right side.
Headache on right side, extending into eye, must keep it closed. ~ Hemicrania.
Shooting, itching in eyes and lids.
Redness and smarting of lids.
Inflammation of eyes and eyelids, with pressing, itching, burning pains, with redness of lids.
Conjunctiva of lids, thickened and ragged (oil). ~ Pannus.
Erysipelatous inflammation of lids.
Chronic blepharitis, with thickening of conjunctival layer, so that the lower lid is everted. ~ Chronic catarrh.
Various forms of blepharitis, with thickening or swelling, such as incipient phlegmon, with great puffiness and stinging pains.
Pseudo-ophthalmia of old people. Witches' sore eyes.
Lids dark red, everted and swollen, with inflamed conjunctiva. ~ Blepharitis.
Lids dark bluish-red, and so swollen as to close the eye, following severe pains; the swelling extends around eyes and down over cheek; conjunctiva becomes congested, puffy, chemosed, full of dark red vessels.
Swelling of upper lids. ~ Sequel to scarlatina.
Eyelids swollen, inflamed. ~ Ophthalmia scrofulosa.
Swelling of eyelids in eruptive stage. ~ Variola.
Both eyes closed with a purplish-white swelling, marked by intense pain in right eye.
Lids and skin over orbits swollen, with redness, heat and great sensitiveness of outer surface; cold water applied gives relief.
Inflammation of lids; lids much swollen, red and blue, cannot open them; lachrymation, much pain, restlessness at night; cold water gives great relief.
Lower lids very much swollen, edges red, full of little knots, as if several styes would form, but had been checked. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Lids edematous; bag-like swelling under eyes; lids feel stiff.
Upper lids hang like little sacs on face.
Lids much swollen, red and edematous; often everted; upper lid hangs like a sac over eye. ~ Erysipelas of lids.
Lids swollen; lower lids forming little sacs; edges red and puffy (oil). ~ Pannus.
Soreness of canthi.
Smarting on margin of lids and in canthi.
Excoriation of canthi and edges of lids.
Stinging itching in inner angle of left eye.
Stinging itching in internal canthi, or smarting of edges of lids.
Itching in and around eyes, on lids, and in canthi; with soreness.
Redness of eyelids.
Both lids of left eye inflamed, red and thickened; lining membrane same, eye suffused with tears; conjunctiva pale red; photophobia, margin of lids sore and scabby, some pimples on upper part of cheek.
Burning in margin of lids, causing lachrymation.
Soreness of lids and canthi, with agglutination.
Secretion of mucus during night agglutinating lids, causing much pain when attempting to open them. ~ Ophthalmia.
Sticking together of lids. ~ Ophthalmia.
Granulations on edges of lids. ~ Blepharitis.
Hordeola, or styes. See 43.
Ulceration of margin of lids and canthi, with stinging pains.
Lupus of lower lid, which had gone on to ulceration.
Lashes pressed inward by excessive swelling. ~ Ophthalmia.
Cilia very long, sticking together in little bundles. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Falling out of eyelashes. ~ Blepharitis.
Eyelids swollen, dark red, everted, destitute of lashes, granulations along their borders. ~ Ophthalmia.
Pain over and in left eye, and over whole left side of head, with nausea and vomiting. ~ Hemicrania.
Violent shooting pains over right eye, extending down to ball.
Burning, stinging and sensation of swelling around left eye and in superciliary ridge.
Shooting, itching, round about eye.
Swelling and redness about eyes. ~ Ophthalmia.
Watery, erysipelatous swelling around eyes.
Puffy swellings of lids and eyes, with a feeling of burning and tightness of skin.
Puffiness around eyes. ~ Diphtheria.
Piercing itching around eyes, in brows, lids, and eyes themselves, more in left, especially in inner canthi, with a desire to rub eyes, while pressing them hard; with this, soreness and smarting on margins of lids, in canthi, and in eye itself; quivering of eyeball, and a feeling in eyes all day as if there was mucus in them, especially in left
Swelling under eyes, just as after a bee-sting. ~ Erysipelas.
Bag-like swelling under eyes. ~ Erysipelas. ~ Uterine diseases.
Sensitiveness to noise.
Noise frightens from sleep.
Hardness of hearing. ~ Typhus.
Violent pain in left ear when chewing.
Shooting, burning of ears. ~ Erysipelas.
Otitis after scarlatina; desquamation had completely ceased; traces of albumen in urine.
Redness and swelling of both ears. ~ Erysipelas.
Tension about ears.
Raises hand to back of ears with each scream. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Copious nose-bleeding towards morning. ~ Typhus.
Creeping, then pressure in sinciput and vertigo.
Acrid discharge from nostrils.
Fluent coryza. ~ Albuminuria.
Thick, white, fetid mucous discharge, mixed with blood. ~ Scarlatina.
Coryza, dry in morning, fluent in evening.
Coryza, with feeling of swelling in nose; dryness, burning of lips.
Sudden coryza, 4 P. M., with dryness of nose, then burning of lips and sensation as if they would chap.
Chronic nasal catarrh.
Chronic coryza with increased discharge and crusty nostrils. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Dry nose. ~ Scarlatina.
A fleshy mass more than an inch in length and half an inch in breadth, a real nasal polypus, was discharged from nostril and a week after another smaller one.
Tip of nose cold, with chilliness in evening.
Redness and burning in nostrils.
Itching, soreness, redness and swelling of nose.
Nose swollen, red and edematous. ~ Erysipelas.
Burning itching and stinging eruption upon nose.
Peculiar, happy, pleasant expression. ~ Typhus.
Expression of terror; or, of apathy. ~ Typhus.
Expression of face pitiful. ~ Typhus.
Anxious expression. ~ Ascites. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Appears as if in an apoplectic fit; features distorted, face dark and much swollen.
Pale face. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus. ~ Sopor. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Countenance pale, sunken, sickly. ~ Ascites.
Face pale or yellowish. ~ Ascites. ~ Albuminuria.
Face pale, waxen. ~ Edema.
Paleness of face and very suspicious puffiness of eyelids with swelling of face, limbs and abdomen, external swelling edematous, with water in abdomen. ~ Post scarlatinal complaints.
Sallow countenance. ~ Bilious diarrhea.
Face and lips livid. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Livid, bluish-red colored face.
Countenance red, with increasing livid hue. ~ Bronchitis.
Flushed face and head. ~ Hydrops retinae.
Pale redness of face. ~ Erysipelas.
Redness and puffiness of left cheek. ~ Hemicrania.
Peculiar burning, leaving a livid, bluish-red color of face.
Face swollen, red and hot, with burning and piercing, more right side.
Burning stinging heat in face which is purple.
Burning cheeks, with cold feet.
Face glowing, hot and red. ~ Thrombosis.
Desire for washing face with cold water.
Stinging pain, pricking in face; puffiness below eyes. ~ Erysipelas.
Burning, shooting, with fullness, heat and redness in face.
Stinging pain in left malar bone.
Prosopalgia with or followed by impaired memory.
Edematous swelling of face. ~ Albuminuria. ~ Meningitis. ~ Diphtheria.
Edema of face; eyelids puffed; sometimes feel stiff.
Edema of face and hands. ~ After scarlatina.
Lying on his back with puffed face, slightly flushed face and ears; breathing with some difficulty. See 26.
Face puffy with a feeling of stiffness.
Puffiness of forehead of eyes. ~ Albuminuria during pregnancy.
Face puffed and dark red. ~ Typhus.
Face full and puffed, most about eyes, had an anxious expression. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Whole face swollen, dark red; tensive pain; delirium in sleep. ~ Erysipelas.
Face swollen; skin waxy pale, translucent. ~ Cholerine. ~ Dropsy.
Hard purplish spots on face, forehead, neck and lower limbs; remaining hard and painful ten or twelve days.
Some red, inflamed, sore patches of inflammation on forehead like erysipelas; with general cold, shivering, headache, etc.
Eyelids and bridge of nose puffy.
Itching smarting blotches of urticaria coming and going upon face.
Hives with burning, stinging and itching; particularly in Fall.
Erysipelas of face.
Erysipelas of one side of face and nose, with swelling under eye resembling that from a bee-sting.
Erysipelas of face, most the pale, livid kind, only on half of face, of chin, lower jaw and cervical region.
Phlegmonous erysipelas, right cheek, creeping across nose and attacking left cheek.
Erysipelas: usually begins at one eye, goes right to left; face intensely hot and red, or only pink; puffy, shining; rarely pale, livid; either severe soreness to touch, or burning, stinging pains; dry, coated tongue, thirst; fullness of head; delirium in sleep, with nervous, fidgety restlessness.
Phlegmonous, facial erysipelas.
Erysipelas faciei; pinkish, sometimes livid; sphacelous spots; comes periodically; right side mostly; delirious in sleep.
Chronic erysipelas, recurring periodically.
Face and limbs cold. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Phagedenic ulcerative eruption on face, spreading over left half of face and head; when it has healed white scars remain; eruption spreads only by one edge; the skin in front of it becomes red, swelled and painful, then small pustules appear, which spread rapidly and ulcerate into one another, the pus in meantime accumulating and forming a thick yellowish brown scab; had gonorrhea twelve years ago.
Formication and prickling in face.
Running as of an insect over cheek.
Desquamation of skin on face.
Spasmodic snapping of lower jaw.
Raging, violent pains in lips, extending to gums and head, finally to whole body.
Neuralgia of lips.
Lips livid and cold.
Lips dry, covered with a brown crust. ~ Typhus.
Lips dry, with a black streak in red portion.
Burning in lips.
Lips edematous; upper lip and nose swollen, hot and red.
Lips swollen; stiff and slightly tender; everted, hanging.
Prickling in lips; they feel as if they had received a contusion.
Roughness and tension in lips, especially upper.
Lower lip chapped. ~ Gastric catarrh.
Burning on chin.
If a stick is held before their mouths they bite into it with such force as to break their teeth, but never bite men or other animals. ~ Hydrophobia of sheep.
Sudden involuntary biting teeth together.
Grinding or gritting teeth. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Jumping pain in left upper molars.
Jerks and throbbing in molars.
Jerking, twitching in left upper molars.
Toothache extending into head.
Teeth covered with yellow mucus. ~ Typhus.
Teeth covered with brown sordes. ~ Typhus.
Throbbing pain in a tooth, with numb sensation in gums.
Sore pain in several teeth, with swelling and redness of gums and cheeks.
Neuralgia of gums.
Swelling and redness of gums and cheek, with sore pain and stinging in teeth.
Gums bleed easily.
Gums sacculated, look watery, child wakens with violent screams; red spots here and there on skin. ~ Dentition.
During dentition frequent waking at night with violent screams; red spots here and there.
Bitter taste. ~ Bilious diarrhea.
Cannot taste anything; indistinct speech. ~ Typhus.
Inability to talk or put tongue out; it trembles, catches in teeth. ~ Typhus.
Protrusion of tongue. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Neuralgia of tongue.
Tongue feels as if wooden. ~ Typhus.
Tongue red at tip. ~ Albuminuria.
Tongue red. ~ Abscess after vaccination.
Red, hot, burning tongue. ~ Scarlatina.
Dryness of tongue; fiery redness of buccal cavity, with painful tenderness.
Dryness, fiery redness, burning, shooting and swelling of tongue.
Tongue dry. ~ Thrombosis.
Tongue dry and trembling. ~ Typhus.
Tongue dry, with a brown streak down middle, sides moist. ~ Typhus.
Tongue dry and white. ~ Chronic diarrhea.
Dry tongue, with prickling sensation in tongue and fauces.
Dry tongue. ~ Catarrh of stomach.
Dry, shining, yellow, swollen tongue.
Tongue swollen, looks dry and glossy.
Dry, swollen, inflamed tongue, with inability to swallow.
Tongue red, swollen, even to suffocation. ~ Glossitis.
Inflammation of tongue. ~ After a sting in temple. ~ Enteritis. ~ Angina.
Tongue clean (oil).
Taste normal, tongue clean. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Tongue looks as if varnished. ~ Catarrh of stomach.
Tongue white. ~ Catarrh of chest.
Tongue thickly covered with white phlegm. ~ Typhus.
Tongue first covered thickly white, later covered with a brown crust. ~ Typhus.
Foul tongue. ~ Gastro-enteritis.
The whole margin of tongue feels as if scalded, as if quite raw; little papular elevations appear along edge of tongue.
On tip of tongue, somewhat to left, a row of small vesicles painfully sore and raw.
Tongue deep red, and covered with vesicles, which burn and sting. ~ Scarlatina.
Tongue cracked, sore, ulcerated or covered with vesicles. ~ Typhus. ~ Scarlatina.
Cancer of tongue.
Viscid, tough, frothy saliva.
Dryness of mouth, fauces and throat. ~ Tonsillitis.
Scalded feeling in mouth and throat.
Inflammation of mouth.
Buccal cavity painfully sensitive.
Fetor of breath. ~ Albuminuria. ~ Headache. ~ Gastroenteritis. ~ Diphtheria.
Diphtheritis; characterized by great debility from beginning.
Diphtheria coming on quite unperceived, and progressing so insidiously as to offer but little hope of relief. ~ Diphtheria.
Mouth, throat, pharynx bright red, glossy as if varnished; in places coated white, like scales; mucous membrane covered sometimes with dirty greyish tough membrane; not much pain, except in ears when swallowing. ~ Diphtheria.
Puffy, glossy varnished appearance of highly inflamed parts. ~ Diphtheria.
Diphtheritis, accompanying scarlatina.
Morning and evening secretion of tenacious mucus from throat. ~ Chronic catarrh.
Tenacious mucus in throat; very troublesome. ~ Typhus.
Hawking and clearing throat every morning.
Inflammation of palate, mouth, fauces and throat.
Very long palate; looked as if filled with water. ~ Diphtheria.
Slight redness of velum palati; fauces rosy red; small blisters filled with clear lymph in clusters on back part of throat. ~ Stomatitis. ~ Ascites.
Fauces bright red. ~ Diphtheria.
Posteriorly and superiorly in fauces and throat; pressive pain, as from a hard body.
Soreness of throat and fauces; constant soreness. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Fauces violet red; both tonsils enlarged, dark, with a throbbing pain. ~ Angina tonsillaris.
Tonsils red, swelled, painfully smarting.
Red, highly inflamed tonsils.
Tonsillitis, with cutaneous eruptions.
Left tonsil much inflamed. ~ Scarlatina.
Tonsils and fauces erysipelatous.
Redness and swelling of tonsils, uvula and fauces. ~ Angina. ~ Tonsillitis.
Very greatly enlarged tonsils, with redness and swelling.
Tonsils swollen, bright red, stinging when swallowing.
Tonsils swollen, hard; swallowing difficult. ~ Scarlatina.
The right hypertrophic tonsil swollen since two years, is two-thirds lessened within four weeks. ~ Scrofulous ophthalmia.
Dry ulcers on tonsils and palate; sloughing abrasions on tonsils. ~ Scarlatina.
Deep ulcers on tonsils or palate; erysipelatous and edematous appearance around ulcers.
Effusion of fluid into tonsils. ~ Scarlatina.
Dryness in throat without thirst.
Dryness in throat. ~ Catarrh. ~ Scarlatina.
Dryness and heat in throat.
Dryness, with burning stinging in throat. ~ Chronic catarrh.
Stinging burning pain in throat. ~ Variola.
Stinging itching, deep in throat, at lower part of neck, accompanied by a sensation of constriction.
Violent stitches and throbbing in throat. ~ Chronic inflammation.
Stinging pain in throat. ~ Scarlatina.
Smarting pain in throat. ~ Angina. ~ Tonsillitis.
Heat and smarting in throat, with occasional hacking cough.
Sensation as if raw in throat, with tough saliva and hawking.
Roughness and sensitiveness of pharynx.
Hot and inflamed throat, much phlegmonous inflammation diffused over fauces and velum.
Inflammation of throat.
Swelling of submucous tissue in throat.
Vivid redness in throat, without much swelling, and a very clean tongue.
Throat painful, pharynx and whole mouth bright red, in some places as if covered with wine-dregs, in others three large whitish patches formed by lumps of matter, forming a kind of soft scab, seeming to incline to invade whole back of throat; after 3o in water every two hours, the throat was stripped of all clogged matter. ~ Scarlatina, fifth day.
Catarrhal or habitual angina (with abdominal complaints) with tendency to ulceration.
Ulcers in throat; in scarlatina, when eruption does not come out.
Eruption of scarlatina just subsiding, throat intensely red, dry and glazed looking; numerous small grey ulcers on columns of arch of palate; feverish, headache, weak, exhausted, skin dry, pulse quick.
Erysipelatous and edematous appearance around ulcers.
Ulcers in throat, erysipelatous or urticarious.
Deep ulcers on tonsils, palate, etc.
Three open ulcers, with callous edges in throat, discharging an ichorous fluid (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Swelling in esophagus.
Between intervals of swallowing, often a stinging pain in throat.
Swelling and sensation of narrowing in throat.
Throat felt constricted, and as if a foreign body was lodged in it; deglutition was painful.
Sensation of constriction and erosion in throat, in mornings; increases to such a degree in eight hours that swallowing becomes difficult.
Throat sore, swallowing painful, especially solids and sour or hot substances, right side worse; would wake at night with a strangling sensation; stringy phlegm in throat.
Stinging pains on attempting to swallow. ~ Quinsy.
Talking painful, and a feeling when swallowing as if a large fish-bone was in throat.
Stinging, burning, smarting, shooting, especially on swallowing.
Pain in ears when swallowing. ~ Diphtheria.
Unable to swallow except with extreme pain. ~ Scarlatina.
Throat swollen, inside and outside; hoarse; breathing and swallowing difficult.
Shooting, itching, and contraction in throat, rendering deglutition difficult.
Often inclined to swallow, but there being no power in the muscles it is difficult.
Difficult swallowing, from absence of power in muscles. ~ Scarlatina. ~ Typhus. ~ After diphtheria.
Difficulty in swallowing. ~ Typhus. ~ Angina.
From north wind took cold; shivered, throat inflamed, uvula, arch of pharynx and tonsils being very red and swollen; constant pricking pain, shooting up both sides towards ears; almost entire loss of voice and difficulty in swallowing; feverish, and has a quick pulse.
Can swallow only a single drop, with swollen tongue.
Could not swallow solid food. ~ Angina tonsillaris.
Shivering fit, ushering in an attack of cynanche tonsillaris; throat intensely red and swollen, left side worse; cannot swallow a drop of liquid; much fever, headache, pain in limbs.
Can swallow nothing; fauces and right tonsil red and swollen, and affected with sharp, pricking pain; has headache, is thirsty, pain in limbs and back.
No effort to swallow water which is put into his mouth. ~ Typhus. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Appetite good. ~ Amenorrhea.
Appetite and thirst normal (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
No appetite or desire for food. ~ Tonsillitis. ~ Angina. ~ Diarrhea. ~ Infantile marasmus. ~ Ascites. ~ Acute Bright's disease. ~ Menstrual derangements. ~ Typhus.
Appetite previously voracious, now deficient. ~ Albuminuria.
Appetite lessened, thirst not increased (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Neither eats nor drinks. ~ Typhus.
Four weeks without eating and without sleep. ~ Mania.
No appetite, but much thirst. ~ Typhus.
Thirst. ~ Bilious diarrhea. ~ Scarlatina.
Constant thirst; before Arsen. ~ Hydrothorax.
Drinks often, but little at a time. ~ Catarrh of chest. ~ Diarrhea. ~ Diphtheria. ~ Cancer of breast.
Insatiable thirst. ~ Abscess after vaccination.
So violent thirst that she would like to drink all the time. ~ Typhus.
Disturbed by great thirst. ~ Thrombosis.
Desire for a draught of water, with sinking of forces.
Thirst in some cases, in other none. ~ Diphtheria.
Thirstless. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis. ~ Ovarian and other dropsies. ~ Ascites. ~ Pregnancy. ~ Hydrothorax. ~ Keratitis.
No thirst, with dryness of throat and heat.
Absence of thirst and scanty urination. ~ Dropsy.
Thirstlessness in dropsical disease, and many other complaints.
No thirst with the heat; mouth dry.
No thirst during sweat.
Craves milk, which relieves.
Child nurses by day, refuses at night. ~ Abscess after vaccination.
Appetite for sour things.
Pure water does not taste good, wants vinegar mixed with it. ~ Typhus.
Continued swallowing relieves soreness and cough.
Heaviness at stomach after meals. ~ Ascites.
Discharges renewed by food or drink. ~ Diarrhea.
After eating or drinking, distress in stomach. ~ Chronic gastritis.
Strong craving for food or drink, but nausea, belching, heat and burning therefrom.
Vomits food as soon as taken, followed by retching. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
After meals, sleepy.
After warm sugar-water, retching and vomiting and bursting of tonsillar abscess. ~ Angina tonsillaris.
Worse swallowing drink or food; also sour or hot substances.
Waterbrash. ~ Gastric catarrh.
Heartburn, five or ten minutes after the sting.
Heartburn extending up into throat. ~ Pregnancy.
Eructations, with taste of ingesta; increased after drinking water.
Bitter or acrid belching. ~ Chronic gastritis.
Eructations, with flow of water into mouth.
Nausea, with inclination to vomit.
Disgust, nausea, with vertigo, faintness, sinking of strength till it comes to vomiting, with headache; swelling of head, pains in stomach and diarrhea.
With nausea and vertigo, general distress and prostration, with mental anxiety.
Nausea, retching and vomiting. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Sickness at stomach, and pain over whole body so severe as to occasion crying.
Desire to vomit. ~ Meningitis infantum. ~ Catarrh of chest.
Vomiting of ingesta and mucus. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Vomiting of frothy mucus during day; after sudden nausea felt in throat. ~ Ovarian tumor.
Vomiting of mucus, with red specks. ~ Albuminuria.
Vomiting of slime and ingesta without loss of appetite. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Nausea and vomiting of bile. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Vomiting of bile; of ingesta and slime. ~ Gastric catarrh. ~ Morbus Brightii.
Vomiting of bile. ~ Catarrh of stomach.
Vomiting, with inflammation of stomach.
Vomiting in beginning of gastro-enteritis.
Vomiting, extreme pain and tenderness in region of stomach and upper abdomen. ~ Gastro-enteritis.
Vomiting, with diarrhea.
Pit of stomach sensitive; burning as from acidity; irritability of stomach; fullness; pressure aggravates pains. ~ Gastric catarrh.
Sensitiveness of pit of stomach to touch. ~ Gastritis. ~ Gastralgia.
Great soreness when touched in pit of stomach, under ribs, in abdomen.
Pit of stomach sensitive to pressure, and burning therein. ~ Pregnancy.
Burning in pit of stomach. ~ Gastritis.
Pressure in pit of stomach.
Pain and tenderness in epigastrium. ~ Erysipelas.
Sensation of burning in epigastrium like from acidity in stomach. ~ Erysipelas.
Excessive pain and tenderness of stomach region and epigastrium. ~ Gastro-enteritis.
Weak, faint sensation in epigastrium, with loss of appetite. ~ Ovarian tumor.
Pain in cardiac region, shooting, obstructing breath.
Sensitiveness, fullness and burning in stomach, with catarrh of throat.
Irritability of stomach. ~ Chronic catarrh of stomach.
Sensation of soreness in stomach and abdomen.
Sensitiveness and burning of bowels; agg. on pressure. ~ Chronic gastritis.
Burning in stomach after erysipelas.
Burning heat in stomach.
Violent pain and sensitiveness in region of stomach.
Extreme pain and tenderness in region of stomach and upper abdomen, with vomiting. ~ Gastro-enteritis.
Sharp, crampy pains in stomach and abdomen, followed by vomiting and diarrhea at intervals, lasts two hours.
Gastralgia. ~ Bilious diarrhea.
Irritation of digestive organs, with hot or burning sensations. ~ Dyspepsia.
Aching and pressure in stomach; pricking, sore feeling, burning and great tenderness.
Distension of stomach, with burning in epigastrium.
Erysipelas of stomach and bowels.
Contusions of stomach and bowels.
Pressure against diaphragm renders respiration laborious. ~ Ascites.
Soreness at insertion of diaphragm and in back. ~ Cholerine.
Inflammation of diaphragm.
Under right ribs, sensation as if “gone to sleep.”
Hyperemic state of liver. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Inflammation of spleen.
Considerable swelling of spleen, abdomen sunken in. ~ Typhus.
Pain left side, under short ribs and in mediastinum. ~ Chest complaint.
Pain under short ribs; agg. left side. ~ Intermittent, apyrexia.
Soreness and bruised feeling, as after a contusion, most about last ribs, left side.
Severe burning pain under short ribs, on both sides; most severe on left, continuing there for weeks, depriving her of sleep.
Pains from below ribs, spreading upward.
Obliged to bend forward from a painful contractive feeling in hypochondria.
Tension over hypochondria, with pricking sensation.
Clothes could no longer be made to meet around his waist. ~ Ascites.
Sensation of soreness or burning under ribs.
Heavy painful pressure, violent contraction, compression and urging in belly.
Collapse of abdominal walls. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Heaviness in abdomen. ~ Menorrhagia. ~ Metrorrhagia.
Bearing down pain, with tenderness of ovarian region. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Numbness in right side of abdomen.
Sick feeling in abdomen, inclining to sit quiet.
Burning, stinging in abdomen; sore to touch. ~ Peritonitis.
Soreness of bowels felt when sneezing or pressing on them.
Feeling as if intestines were bruised. ~ Dysentery. ~ Ascites.
Feeling in belly as if something tight would break if too much effort were made at stool. ~ Pregnancy.
Erysipelas from contusions in stomach and bowels.
Sore pains in bowels. ~ Enteritis.
Soreness and burning pain in abdomen. ~ Bilious diarrhea.
Great pain in abdomen. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Aching at umbilicus, agg. in morning. ~ Albuminuria.
Violent cutting pains in abdomen. ~ Morbus Brightii.
Severe griping pains in bowels.
Violent pains in belly when lying; amel. sitting up.
Pains in abdomen when walking.
Bellyache with call to stool in morning.
Inflammation of bowels. ~ Ascites.
Peritonitis with exudation; often with metritis; urine scanty, dark.
Soreness of bowels, felt when pressing upon them, or sneezing. ~ Ascites.
General soreness of abdomen. ~ Chronic dysentery.
Abdomen sore to touch. ~ Eruptive disease. ~ Scarlatina.
Burning in abdomen and tenderness to least pressure.
Fullness and tenderness of abdomen. ~ Ascites.
Abdomen very tender to touch, even to pressure of bedclothes. ~ Ascites.
Tenderness of entire peritoneum on pressure or on turning in bed.
When pressed on right side of abdomen she makes a wry face. ~ Typhus.
Tenderness of abdomen on pressure. ~ Enteritis. ~ Diarrhea. ~ Dysentery. ~ Typhus.
Burning, internal soreness, with external tenderness, even to pressure of bedclothes.
Great soreness of abdominal walls. ~ Ascites.
Cutting pain in abdominal walls.
On pressing on ileo-cecal region a gurgling like from a fluid is heard. ~ Typhus.
Rolling and rumbling of wind in bowels, with diarrhea. ~ Typhus.
Rumbling in abdomen. ~ Flatulency. ~ Typhus. ~ Enteritis. ~ Chronic dysentery.
Great soreness and bloatedness in abdomen, as if she was inflated.
Meteoritic distension. ~ Typhus.
Fullness and enlargement of abdomen. ~ Ascites.
Sensation of fullness in abdomen, with dull pains, agg. on motion and from pressure.
Sense of fullness in bowels. ~ Bilious diarrhea.
Abdomen full, swollen and tender, with swollen feet and scanty secretion of urine.
Sense of fullness and tightness of bowels. ~ Enteritis.
Belly feels full and hard. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Swelling of abdomen without thirst. ~ Ascites.
Swelling of abdomen and limbs. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Abdomen very much distended by fluid. ~ Ascites. ~ Albuminuria. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Circumference of abdomen increased in one day by three-fourths of an inch. ~ Ascites.
Abdomen begins to swell, with much difficulty, of breathing, especially after going up-stairs quickly. ~ Amenorrhea.
Walls of abdomen tense. ~ Typhus.
Ascites and anasarca.
Enlargement of abdomen. ~ Intermittent, apyrexia.
Ascites with vomiting and diarrhea; can't get breath except when sitting; even leaning backward causes suffocation; urine scant, dark, like coffee-grounds.
Ascites: from albuminuria; post-scarlatinal or with uterine tumors; after peritonitis.
Pain extending into thigh or upward to ribs. ~ Ovaritis.
Aching, pressive pain in hypogastrium, with bearing down in uterus.
Slow throbbing boring pain over left iliac crest, relieved by eructations.
Sensitiveness of ileo-cecal region. ~ Typhus.
Severe aching in loins. ~ Ovarian tumor.
Neuralgia in groins.
Swelling in right groin oblong, hard, large as a cucumber.
Hard swelling in right groin.
A large swelling in left inguinal region. ~ Syphilis.
Long-standing inguinal hernia.
Throbbing in rectum.
Electric shock in rectum before urging to stool.
Tenesmus. ~ Diphtheria. ~ Ascites.
Feeling of approaching diarrhea, urging pressing and tenesmus in bowels.
Tenesmus, bowels feel bruised. ~ Dysentery. ~ Prolapsus ani.
Repeated inclination to have a discharge from bowels. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Passage of flatus before stool.
Distended and sore bowels with much flatulence and small alvine discharges affording no relief.
Tendency to diarrhea. ~ Enteritis.
Painless morning diarrhea.
Diarrhea (with the exception of dysentery) predominantly painless.
A painless diarrhea appears before relief of chest complaint.
Painless diarrhea, greenish-yellow.
Painless yellow diarrhea. ~ Gastritis.
Looseness of bowels in morning, thin, watery, yellowish discharges, generally painless, only at times griping.
Yellowish motions with a tinge of green with scarcely any pain. ~ Erysipelas in stomach.
Painless diarrhea, yellowish, sometimes greenish and slimy. ~ Bronchitis.
Greenish, yellow, watery, mucous diarrhea, without pain, especially in morning.
Frequent painless bloody stools. ~ Dysentery of infants.
Watery diarrhea. ~ Catarrh of stomach.
Watery, frequent, copious, almost black motions.
Watery diarrhea, with smarting at anus.
Stools: watery; yellow, watery, with griping; watery and foul smelling; watery, copious, black; thin yellow with extreme weakness; greenish-yellowish mucus; agg. mornings, slimy, mucus and blood; frequent, bloody, painless, olive green, slimy, profuse; full of bright red lumps.
Stools yellowish, greenish, with some bellyache. ~ Diarrhea. ~ Catarrh of stomach.
Yellow brown stools, with frequent painful urination.
Several thin, yellow stools with extreme weakness and prostration; stools occur with every motion of body, as if anus was constantly open.
Evacuation of mucus with pain, as if bowels were squeezed to pieces.
Excessive mucous secretions. ~ Enteritis.
Slimy stools. ~ Catarrh of stomach.
Olive green, slimy, profuse stools, full of bright red lumps like chopped beets, with colic and tenesmus. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Copious evacuations of blackish-brown, green and whitish excrements.
Stools soft and pappy, mixed with serum, as if soft feces had been beaten in water, but not dissolved, orange-colored.
Frequent discharge of gelatinous mucus with slight tenesmus. ~ Chronic dysentery.
Brownish, watery or bloody discharges. ~ Typhus.
Loose stools containing some mucus and considerable blood.
Frequent, bloody, painless; infantile dysentery; sometimes only tenesmus with bruised feeling in bowels.
Small dark stools smelling brassy. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Fetid diarrhea, then tenesmus, with passages of blood.
Stools watery, foul smelling.
Stools smelling very offensive. ~ Typhus.
Every day six or eight diarrheic discharges of a smell like carrion. ~ Typhus.
Frequent, loose, painful, putrid, bloody involuntary discharges. ~ Typhus.
Diarrhea in morning or forenoon, returning at same hour.
Diarrhea in morning for three or four weeks; thin, watery, yellowish, only sometimes with griping.
Soft stool, every morning, light-colored.
Diarrhea in morning; hands blue, cold; faint; vomiting. ~ Cholera infantum. ~ Hydrocephaloid.
Diarrhea at night and following day, stool like oat grits. ~ Typhus.
Erysipelatous stools (Schonlein). ~ Catarrh of stomach.
Diarrhea. ~ Intermittent. ~ Measles. ~ After erysipelas.
Chronic diarrhea of a bilious or erysipelatous character.
Chronic diarrhea with many small passages of blood and mucus: woman at critical age.
Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, first lumpy and not fetid; afterwards watery and very fetid; then pappy, mixed with mucus and blood.
Diarrhea only temporarily stopped by Arsen. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Before stool: straining; passage of flatus.
During stool: straining, pinching, nausea, vomiting, frontal headache, backache.
Intestinal catarrh, with slimy diarrhea and muttering delirium. ~ Eruptive diseases.
Increasing prostration during diarrhea.
Diarrhea and vomiting.
Hemorrhage from bowels, with burning pains, excoriation of anus, constant tenesmus. ~ Prolapsus ani.
After stool: faint, exhausted; tenesmus, discharge of blood; burning at anus (typhus); anus feels raw.
Frequent disposition to go to stool, with inability to accomplish anything.
Hard, regular stools, during menses.
Slight constipation. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Stools seldom and very difficult, with stinging pains. ~ Pregnancy.
Hard and costive motions. ~ Erysipelas.
Retention of stool. ~ Ovaritis. ~ Typhus.
Prolonged difficult constipation. ~ Abortion.
Prolonged constipation, but more frequently diarrhea. ~ Dentition.
Costive, restless, screams in sleep; bright red pimples here and there.
Costive; large, hard, difficult passages. ~ Ovarian dropsy. ~ Ovarian tumor.
Costive, with large, hard, difficult stools; stinging pains and sensation in abdomen as from something tight which would break if much effort were used. ~ During pregnancy.
Stool once in eight or ten days (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Bowels very constipated, sometimes only open once a fortnight. ~ Staphyloma.
Constipation. ~ Sopor. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis. ~ Meningitis infantum. ~ Gastro-enteritis. ~ Hemorrhoids. ~ Prostatic affections. ~ Organic disease of heart. ~ Typhus. ~ Abscess after vaccination.
Feeling in anus as if it was stuffed full, with heat and throbbing in rectum.
Sensation of rawness in anus with diarrhea.
Small bilious discharges, producing slight smarting at anus and tenesmus.
Intolerable itching with swelling in anus.
Whitish-red swelling of anus with intolerable itching; child, aet. 15 months.
Stinging in anus and rectum, followed by fever, burning. ~ Hemorrhoids.
Bloody exudation with swelling of anus.
Prolapsus ani with hemorrhage from bowels, with burning pain, excoriation of anus and constant tenesmus.
Stool with every motion of body, as if anus was constantly open.
Small, protruding varices, which sting, burn and smart intolerably. ~ Hemorrhoids.
Much stinging pain in anus, constipation and scanty urine.
Excessive soreness and smarting of anus. ~ Diarrhea.
Excoriation of anus with burning pain. ~ Prolapsus ani.
Sensation of burning at anus after each evacuation. ~ Typhus.
Swelling of anus.
Painful hemorrhoidal and other affections of anus Hemorrhoids, with stinging pains.
Intolerable, shooting, burning pains in hemorrhoidal tumors.
Piles with stinging; protruding, small; burn and smart intolerably.
Pain in region of both kidneys. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Swelling in region of left kidney, with a dull percussion sound. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Hyperemic state of kidneys. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Renal pains, soreness on pressure or when stooping. ~ Morbus Brightii.
In albuminuria during desquamation in scarlatina.
Irritation of mucous membrane of bladder and kidneys.
Frequent sudden attacks of pain along ureters, lasting some minutes. ~ Albuminuria.
A very disagreeable sensation in bladder with a bearing down in region of sphincter.
Excessive pain in vesical region. ~ Affection of prostate gland.
Vesical tenesmus with frequent slight discharges of red urine.
Tenesmus vesical during and after urination.
Inflammation of bladder.
Irritable bladder, must urinate every half hour, day and night.
Frequent desire to urinate, so frequent that not only passing urine very often during day, but necessary to rise ten or twelve times during night. ~ Affection of prostate gland.
Discharge of urine very slow, with all the pressure it lasts often from ten to fifteen minutes; color normal. ~ Spinal disease.
Difficulty in voiding urine, must press a long while before he can commence. ~ Affection of prostate gland.
Burning and scalding in urethra, especially near neck of bladder during and after urination.
Great irritation at neck of bladder, with frequent and burning urination.
Inflammation of neck of bladder.
Frequent desire to urinate and pressing down in region of sphincter vesicae. ~ Enlarged prostate.
Morbid irritability of urinary organs.
Flow of urine unconscious. ~ Typhus.
Incontinence of urine, with great irritation of parts, agg. night and from coughing.
Stitching pain in urethra with enuresis.
Burning and smarting in urethra, as if it was scalded.
Burning and stinging in urethra.
Before urination, burning in urethra, as if scalded.
After urination, burning smarting in urethra; sharp cutting along ureters towards kidneys; pain in neck of bladder; mucus.
Micturition sometimes painful. ~ Scarlatina. ~ Diphtheria.
During urination: burning, smarting, soreness, constriction of urethra; agony; uneasy feeling in cords.
With enuresis, itching in urethra.
Difficult urination with children.
Can pass little or no water with great pains.
Burning during emission of urine. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
After urinating, pain in neck of bladder with shooting pains along ureters towards kidneys.
Sharp cutting pains in ovarian region, with scanty urine and constipation. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Strangury. ~ Affection of prostate. ~ Metritis. ~ After parturition.
Agony in voiding urine. ~ Affection of prostate.
Stricture of urethra and strangury.
Strangury caused by mechanical injury.
Strangury, stricture, retained urine or inflamed bladder after abuse of cantharides. ~ Albuminuria.
Frequent desire to pass water. ~ Cystitis.
Continued desire to urinate. ~ Affection of prostate.
Constant urging to make water, passing but little at a time; has to get out of bed about a dozen times in night. ~ Ovaritis.
Frequent desire with passage of only a few drops; much pain. ~ Dysmenorrhea. ~ Scarlatina.
Frequent, painful, scanty, bloody urination.
Urine scanty, catheter used every day. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Scanty urination. ~ Meningitis. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Diphtheria. ~ Hemorrhoids. ~ Acute Bright's disease. ~ Ovaritis. ~ Ovarian dropsy. ~ Pregnancy. ~ Sopor. ~ Anasarca. ~ Ascites.
Dropsy after catarrh. ~ Scarlatina.
Urine scanty and high-colored. ~ Ascites. ~ Scarlatina.
Urine scanty and dark. ~ Peritonitis. ~ Dysmenorrhea. ~ Scirrhus mamma.
Scanty urine, with thirstlessness. ~ Anasarca. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina, etc.
Retention of urine; bladder but slightly distended. ~ Cystitis. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Typhus, etc., etc.
Retention of urine in nursing infants.
Suppression of urine.
Urine suppressed, with diarrhea. ~ Typhus.
Almost entire suppression of urine. ~ Ascites.
Urine scanty, or quite profuse. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Dentition.
Repeated urination every few minutes, all day.
Increased micturition day and night.
Urine sometimes too profuse. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Great secretion of urine, of pale or straw color, depositing a reddish or brickdust sediment.
Frequent urging to urinate, with copious discharges of straw-colored urine.
Frequent and excessively profuse discharge of normal urine.
Copious, straw-colored urine. ~ Diarrhea. ~ Typhus.
Passed great quantities of urine frequently in night. ~ Dropsy.
Enormous secretion of urine (four to six pounds daily), greatest when at some out-door exercise, with flatulence and some looseness of bowels (bee-bread).
Discharges of clear, colorless urine during dentition. ~ Diarrhea.
Very scanty, high-colored and often scalding urine. ~ Amenorrhea.
Urine: scanty, high-colored; red, bloody, hot and scanty; scanty and fetid; scanty, reddish-brown; after standing, turbid; scanty, milky, albuminous; dark, with sediment like coffee-grounds; containing uriniferous tubules and epithelium.
Urine violet color. ~ After albuminuria.
Urine of a greenish hue. ~ Hydrothorax.
Urine scanty, of a dirty red color. ~ Scarlatina.
Urine scanty, reddish-brown; after standing, turbid. ~ Ascites.
Reddish, has a brown-colored sediment. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Urine scanty, flows thick from catheter. ~ Angina pectoris.
Urine scanty and dark, often burns or smarts. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Urine dark, like coffee. ~ Hydrothorax.
Urine of a peculiar dark color, resembling an infusion of black tea or water with dark molasses. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Urine scanty, dark, sediment like coffee-grounds. ~ Ascites.
Red urine. ~ Bilious diarrhea.
Frequent urging to urinate, passed small piece of black blood with urine, which was very scanty. ~ Sequel of scarlatina.
Urine bloody; blood corpuscles in rings. ~ Ascites.
Frequent but scanty emission of a milky urine. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Clouded appearance of urine. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Urine scanty, dark colored and frothy. ~ Post-scarlatinal dropsy.
Urine scanty and fetid. ~ Albuminuria.
A peculiar light red sediment or color of urine, not so much in urine as separating from it and adhering to sides as well as to bottom of vessel; color approaching more that of arterial blood than anything else.
Half the bulk of urine is albumen; girl, aet. 5. ~ Albuminuria.
Discharge of mucus after urination.
Urine contains largely albumen and blood corpuscles. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Urine contains uriniferous tubes and epithelium. ~ Morbus Brightii.
Sexual desire increased or diminished.
Frequent and long-lasting erections.
Uneasiness in spermatic cords.
Sympathetic pains down cords and up through ureters to kidneys. ~ Ischuria.
Swelling of testicles; more the right; it had hardly room in scrotum.
Testicles pain when touched.
Affections of prostate gland.
Discharge of prostatic fluid.
Gonorrhea; sycotic constitution.
Balanitis and condylomata.
Sycosis, with a copious secretion of a thin, ichorous discharge; with burning, stinging pain.
Inflammation of glans and prepuce. ~ Syphilis.
A well-developed chancre on glans penis; given according to kind of pain.
Burning stinging pain in ulcer and inflamed surface. ~ Syphilis.
Violent itching and redness of scrotum, sore to touch.
Dropsy of scrotum.
Hydrocele in multilocular cysts.
Erysipelatous inflammation and swelling of scrotum, followed bee-stings on face and neck, with a boy, aet. 5.
Large boils on pubes.
Swelling of foreskin.
Erysipelas after circumcision in a child eight days old; a scarlet, bright redness, extended over entire hypogastrium to navel, downward over scrotum and out towards thighs; penis was erected, and glans had a dark blue appearance, the wound was also bluishly injected, and skin about edges of wound edematously swollen.
Sexual desire increased.
Pains agg. from coition. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Pains in ovaries agg. from coition.
Stinging in ovaries after sexual intercourse. ~ Ovaritis.
Burning, stinging, like after sting of a bee, in ovaries or other parts. ~ Ovarian and uterine troubles. ~ Peritonitis. ~ Dysmenorrhea.
Stinging, burning in one or other ovarian region more and more frequently, until labor pains set in. ~ Abortion.
Burning, stinging pain in right ovary for several months; 2e relieved in twenty-four hours. ~ Ovaritis.
Pain in each ovary, sharp, stinging, periodic. ~ During miscarriage.
Sharp, cutting, lancinating pains in ovarian region, extending down thigh; agg. right side; numbness in side and limb. ~ Ovaritis. ~ Ovarian tumor.
Cutting in left then in right ovary; drawing, shooting, with bearing down.
Sharp cutting pains in left ovary, worse at intervals, extending down thigh.
Drawing in right ovarian region.
Tightness in ovarian region, worse on raising arms.
Constant feeling of weight and heaviness in ovarian region, left side. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Feeling of weight, heaviness, in ovarian region. ~ Cancer of mamma.
Irritability and pain mostly stinging in ovaries. ~ Amenorrhea.
Steady ovarian pains, with bearing down in ovaries and uterus.
Painful bearing down in right ovary. ~ Ovaritis.
Tenderness of ovaries on pressure.
Painful soreness of left ovary, agg. walking. ~ Ovaritis.
Right ovarian region very sensitive during period.
Pain in right ovary before or during menses. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Irritation of ovaries, tenderness of ovarian region, with severe pain on deep pressure. ~ Dysmenorrhea.
After metritis very severe pain in ovaries. ~ Ovaritis.
Soreness of right ovary. ~ Ovaritis.
Pains in ovarian regions as if sprained; tender.
Pain in right ovary every fifteen or twenty minutes; each paroxysm lasting from one to three minutes.
Strained pain in left ovarian region, agg. when walking, evenings, followed after several hours by bearing down pain on right side, and lame feeling in shoulder blades; is compelled to bend forward when walking.
When stretching in bed, fine cutting pain in left ovarian region, going across to the right; first very faint, then stronger and stronger, increased after every repeated stretching, four or five times the same, then ceasing.
Pain in ovaries, least felt when lying on right side.
While lying on right side, a pulsation and movement.
Chiefly in right, rarely in left ovary. ~ Swelling of ovaries.
Numbness and dullness, beginning in right ovarian region, extending to hip and ribs and down over whole thigh; better when lying upon it.
Inflammation, induration, enlargement, swelling and dropsy of ovaries, principally right.
Inflammation of ovaries with amenorrhea.
Left ovary as large as a regulation baseball and a good deal heavier.
Chronic enlargement and induration of ovaries, especially when they have been accompanied by occasional paroxysms of severe pains.
Enlargement of right ovary, with pain in left pectoral region, and cough.
Swelling and induration of ovaries: commencing on right side; with pains on stooping and on beginning to walk.
Dropsy of right ovary: with hardness and burning, stinging, bruised sore pain; with so great an accumulation of fluid that she was unable to move without great inconvenience.
Ovarian dropsy; burning, stinging, sometimes lancinating pain, thirstlessness, scanty urine; skin white, transparent; costive, large, hard, difficult stools.
A lump in left ovarian region.
Soft encysted tumors of ovaries.
Cyst ovarium size of a head, since six years.
Dropsical tumors with burning, stinging and bruised sore pains.
Ovarian tumors: patient passes more urine than is normal; stinging burning; pains on stooping or beginning to walk; menses irregular, lasting a day or two.
Ovarian tumor, with stinging, cutting and throbbing pains, agg. from standing, walking, and palpitation; pains often extending into right breast; tumor hard and on right side.
Firm swelling lying towards left side of navel.
Ovarian tumor, after tapping off eight quarts of a straw-colored fluid, and after Apis no return for two years; tapping again, six quarts; Apis again, remained well.
Stinging pains in region of uterus.
Stinging thrusting pains in region of uterus. ~ Metritis.
Metritis with peritonitis.
Sharp, plunging, stabbing pains in uterus, sometimes followed by convulsions. ~ Dysmenorrhea.
Severe paroxysms of contractive, spasmodic, pressing pains at os uteri.
A sensation of weight and heaviness with downward pressing and stinging pains in uterus. ~ Hypertrophy of uterus.
Aching and pressive pain in hypogastrium, with bearing down in uterus, as if menses would appear.
Great tenderness over uterine region, with bearing down pain, leucorrhea and painful urination.
Bearing down pain, with tenderness over uterine region. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Violent labor-like, bearing down pains, followed by discharge of scanty, dark, bloody mucus. ~ Dysmenorrhea.
Heat and fullness of uterine region.
Ulceration and engorgement of os uteri.
Uterine dropsy; tumors with ascites.
Hypertrophy of uterus.
Six days previous to monthlies, sickness, sensation of weight and heaviness in ovaries.
Menses premature, copious, or scanty.
Before menses: eruption, labor-like pains in abdomen.
Pain in right ovary, before and during menses. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Menses too profuse or too scanty. ~ Prolapsus.
Menorrhagia, with heaviness in abdomen, faintness, uneasiness, restlessness, yawning; red spots on body, stinging like bee-stings.
Menorrhagia resulting from acute congestion of ovaries. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Metrorrhagia with red spots stinging like a bee-sting.
Metrorrhagia in second month or pregnancy, with profuse flow of blood, heaviness of abdomen, great uneasiness, restlessness and yawning.
Mucous menses. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Menses stops a few days and then returns, several times in alternation.
Menses at intervals of one day. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Menses irregular. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Menses irregular, lasting but a day or two, accompanied by weakness. ~ Ovarian tumor.
Violent, cramplike, bearing down pains, like from labor, followed by scanty flow of dark, bloody mucus, lasting twenty hours.
The menses more copious but lumpy, and with great pain in spleen, continuing after it and molesting with every walk, even when talking or coughing.
With much pain menses appeared in a copious discharge of clotted black blood, in appearance like masses of putrid calf's liver.
Dysmenorrhea: with ovarian neuralgia: congestive type; with scanty discharge of slimy blood.
Dysmenorrhea from congestion of ovaries. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
During menses: eruption; labor-like pains in abdomen, particularly in right ovarian region; constipation; heat of head; stinging in abdomen; great sensitiveness of right ovarian region; deep-seated tenderness, stinging and frequent micturition; pain in right ovarian region; bearing down pain in right ovarian region; swelling of ovarian region.
Sharp, cutting, stinging pain in swollen ovary; agg. during menses.
Stinging in abdomen during menses. ~ Ovaritis.
Menses delayed. ~ Ophthalmia.
Menses scanty. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Suppression of menses: congestion to head; congested or inflamed ovaries.
Amenorrhea or dysmenorrhea with scanty discharge of slimy blood; edema of labia, ovarian pains.
Stinging pain or irritability with amenorrhea.
Amenorrhea with pain in right hypogastric region. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Uterine catarrh with eruptive diseases.
Leucorrhea: urethritic; acrid, profuse, green or yellowish; with frequent and painful irritation.
Neuralgia of labia; inflammation of labia.
Swelling of right labium pudendi, with violent inflammation and great pain. A child.
Extremely large and painful swelling of labia, attended with violent heat and stinging pains.
Edema of labia.
Chronic diarrhea, passages of blood and mucus. ~ Climaxis.
Abortion during early months; stinging pains in ovarian region until labor pains ensue; scanty urine; no thirst; profuse flow.
Miscarriage in fourth month, with profuse flooding.
Stinging pains occur in one or other ovarian region, more and more frequently till labor pains are produced; sometimes flowing, and finally abortion.
Menorrhagia, with miscarriage.
During pregnancy: stools seldom and very difficult, with stinging pains and sensation in abdomen of something tight, which would break if too much effort were made.
Constipation or diarrhea. ~ Pregnancy.
Dropsy in latter period of pregnancy, followed by puerperal convulsions.
Ovarian affections, inflammatory. ~ Childbed.
Milk diminished with nursing women.
Mamma: burning, stinging, swelling, hardness, even suppuration.
Erysipelatous inflammation of mamma.
Mamma suppurated, opened twice; right breast hard, swollen and tender; used externally and internally.
Considerable swelling and hardness of mamma. ~ Mastitis.
Stinging, burning in scirrhous tumors of mamma, or in open cancer.
Scirrhus of mamma.
Cancer of mamma; open cancer, with stinging, burning.
Ovarian affections, with inverted nipples.
Ulceration of umbilicus with newborn.
Difficult urination with children.
Urine scanty or very profuse. ~ Dentition. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Hoarseness mornings, throat dry, but no thirst; soreness in suprasternal fossa and above clavicles; feeling as of cords from ossa pulling downward and sideways; stitches through lungs, hips and sides of chest, with aching all over, but agg. in left breast.
Hoarseness, with dryness and burning of larynx. ~ Chronic laryngitis.
Hoarseness and scraping of larynx and trachea. ~ Erysipelas.
Hoarseness, with tender larynx, rough throat and dryness.
Hoarseness in morning.
Hoarseness and dry cough.
Hoarseness. ~ Albuminuria.
Voice hoarse, rough (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Speaks in a thick voice, as in quinsy. ~ Scarlatina.
Speaking is painful; feels as if it wearied pharynx, in which there is drawing pain.
Acting on lining membrane of larynx controls a state of inflammation greater than that for Bellad., even after submucous infiltration has taken place.
Sensation of weakness in larynx. ~ Diphtheria.
Difficulty of swallowing not caused by swelling in throat, but by irritation of epiglottis; every drop of liquid put upon tongue nearly suffocates him.
Subacute and chronic laryngo-tracheal irritation.
Dryness of throat in morning, croupy cough and hoarseness.
Hoarse voice and hoarse cough from irritation of trachea.
Croup in extremis, preparing from tracheotomy.
Edema of larynx.
Trachea, as if stopped up.
Rattling in bronchiae, with inhaling and coughing (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Fetor of breath. ~ Albuminuria. ~ Gastroenteritis.
A deep inhalation excites cough (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Breathing very frequent. ~ Thrombosis.
Respiration prevalently quick.
Breathing hurried and difficult, with fever and headache.
Breathing accelerated, especially on moving, going upstairs or walking.
Rapid, painful, spasmodic respiration; agg. lying down, amel. in fresh air, and in an upright position.
Breathing, gasping and excessively rapid. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Shortness of breath, particularly on exercising.
Shortness of breath, oppression of chest on taking an inspiration. ~ Asthma.
Shortness of breath. ~ Hydrothorax. ~ Intermittent.
Breathing feeble, interrupted; pale; lies stretched on a mattress. ~ After a sting.
Arthritic symptoms, cough, choking pain in chest, agg. in cold weather.
Asthma after hives.
Oppression of chest, shortness of breath, especially when ascending; inability to remain in a warm room. ~ Ascites.
Attacks of oppressed breathing, worse at night in bed, or in warm room. ~ Chronic laryngitis.
Oppression over chest and epigastrium.
Breathing oppressive, can scarcely walk. ~ Dropsy.
Respiration oppressed. ~ Hydrothorax.
Respiration torpid, oppressed. ~ Scarlatina.
Breathing accelerated and labored. ~ Scarlatina. ~ Catarrh.
Breathing labored; must forcibly exert abdominal muscles.
Labored breathing, as in croup. ~ Bronchitis.
Respiration exceedingly laborious and difficult. ~ Ascites.
Breathing slow, difficult with contraction in throat.
Difficult and anxious respiration.
Breathing heavily and with difficulty, and gasping. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Coughed and breathed with great difficulty, as if he had croup, with muttering, delirium, etc. ~ Chronic diarrhea.
Difficult, heavy breathing, gasping. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus. ~ Hydrothorax. ~ Ascites, etc.
After sleep, difficulty in breathing.
Difficult breathing, agg. bending forward or backward; cannot breathe except when sitting. ~ Ascites.
Breathing difficult when lying on left side. ~ Ascites.
Awakens at night with a strangling sensation.
Sense of fullness, constriction, or suffocation in thorax.
Dyspnea, with eruptive diseases.
Dyspnea; it seemed impossible to breathe; had to fan him to keep him alive.
Feels as if breathing would stop.
Great feeling of suffocation; it seems as if she could not long survive for want of air.
Feels as if each breath would be the last; great distress, anguish and restlessness. ~ Pregnancy. ~ Hydrothorax. ~ Heart disease. ~ Pericarditis. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis. ~ Hepatic peritonitis. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Great feeling of suffocation; cannot bear anything about throat.
Intense sensation of suffocation; threw collar wide open; could bear nothing about throat; with dusky hue of face and bluish lips; he could hardly breathe, and said, “I am suffocating.”
Can't get breath, except when sitting. ~ Ascites.
Stupefaction and stertorous breathing, with an occasional start as from sharp pain. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Cough, with that threatening resonance which denotes implication of upper parts of windpipe or bronchia. ~ Bronchitis.
Cough: croupy; with ringing sound; dry, with gagging; with soreness of upper part of chest; with painful concussion of head; with labored breathing, as in croup.
Croupy cough. ~ Measles.
Violent cough, like whooping cough. ~ Measles.
Cough very dry, spasmodic, morning and evening, but most at night (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Dry cough. ~ Typhus.
Frequent fits of coughing, readily produced by slightest pressure on larynx. ~ Horses.
Irritation to cough, in suprasternal fossa.
Short irritating cough. ~ Chronic laryngitis.
Cough and tickling behind pit of throat; in morning; before midnight; after lying and sleeping; with painful concussions in head; ceases when least quantity is detached.
Cough dry, with gagging, agg. lying on left side. ~ Typhus.
Cough which loosens with difficulty, rouses from sleep before midnight, and ceases as soon as least particle is loosened, which is swallowed; expectoration seldom.
Obstinate, night cough, incessant from 9 P. M. to 4 A. M.; woman, aet. 72, after acute bronchitis.
Cough, which ceases when least quantity is detached. ~ Albuminuria.
Cough pains chest and shakes head. ~ Ascites.
With violent attack of cough, blue in face, and puffed (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Coughing until it seemed as if she would vomit.
Cough pains in abdomen. ~ Ascites.
Cough, with soreness in upper part of left chest. ~ Ovaritis.
Cough, with soreness of chest. ~ Catarrh.
Heat, with cough. ~ Albuminuria.
Expectoration sweetish or tasteless. ~ Ascites.
Expectoration of a great quantity of transparent, somewhat frothy, bloody mucus.
Can raise sputa only to tongue, whence it has to be removed by wiping. ~ Typhus.
Cough in morning; expectoration sweetish and tasteless. ~ Albuminuria.
Short, dry cough, with expectoration in morning. ~ Ovarian tumor.
Laryngo-pharyngeal cough of horses.
Cough suffocative, painful, not so hard as Bellad. cough, but with more dyspnea, leading to diagnose a thickening of membrane, probably from effusion. ~ With horses.
Painful hoarse cough, with a clear, ropy discharge from mouth, similar to Mercur. ~ With horses.
Sometimes dull, sometimes sharp pains in chest. ~ Hydrothorax.
Sharp pains in chest.
Chest oppressed. ~ Meningitis.
Pressure on chest, most on upper part.
Sense of fullness, constriction or suffocation in thorax.
Sensation of fullness in chest. ~ Hydrothorax.
Dull aching pain in left side of chest, near middle of sternum, with sensation of fullness in chest and short breath.
Fullness in chest, he must sit up. ~ Hydrothorax.
Stitches most in left side of chest.
Stinging pains in left side of chest. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Slight pleuritic stitches in sides of chest.
Burning, stinging pains throughout entire front of chest.
After a walk, seized with a sticking pain in right side of chest, region of fifth rib; agg. moving arm and body, extending to upper part of ensiform cartilage, somewhat impeding respiration. ~ Rheumatism.
Pressure and burning in chest, with feeling as if raw or inflamed from inhaling frosty air.
Darting pains in chest.
Soreness under upper part of sternum (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Hydrothorax. ~ After pleurisy.
Hydrothorax, fullness in chest, dull or sharp pains; chest feels bruised.
Coldness in middle of sternum.
Coldness in middle of sternum.
Sensation of heat in chest. ~ Asthma.
If there is evidently a mutual sympathy between ovaries and lungs. ~ Ovaritis.
Hyperemic state of lungs. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Dull percussion sound below left collar bone (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Great anguish; restlessness; feels as if each breath would be the last.
Cardiac distress. ~ Amenorrhea.
Sudden attack of acute pain just below heart, soon extending diagonally up toward right chest.
Feeling about heart as if something was breaking away. ~ Hydrothorax.
Heart beat violently, could be distinctly heard all over chest. ~ After scarlatina.
Every contraction of heart shook whole body. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Heartbeat intermitting. ~ Thrombosis.
Rapid, feeble beats of heart.
Swelling in region of heart, sensitive to slight pressure. ~ Hydrothorax.
Inflammation of pericardium.
Effusion into pericardium following inflammation.
Blowing sound with diastole; restless, but relief in no position.
Much pain about region of heart, with a sense of fluctuation when turning on her side. ~ Hydrothorax.
Insufficiency of mitral valves, sutural valves diseased, eccentric hypertrophy of heart.
Rasping sounds of systole and diastole unmistakably audible.
Systolic sound of heart not well defined; tumultuous sound; diastolic sound of pulmonary artery increased. ~ Organic disease of heart.
The circuit through collateral veins unusually developed. ~ Thrombosis.
The blood globule appeared diminished in size and irregular. ~ Ascites.
Pulse not febrile, but temperature of skin had increased, and on fourth day a profuse sweat occurred with improvement. ~ Chronic rheumatism.
Pulse frequent. ~ Albuminuria.
Pulse 100, weak. ~ Typhus.
Pulse 112, full and soft. ~ Typhus. ~ Albuminuria.
Pulse 120; aet. 11. ~ Catarrh of chest.
Pulse 120, dicrotic. ~ Typhus.
Pulse 130, hard. ~ Thrombosis.
Pulse very quick, at least 140. ~ Diphtheria.
Pulse 160. ~ Abscess after vaccination. ~ After scarlatina.
Pulse: frequent, full, strong; accelerated and predominantly large; quick and full, not hard.
Pulse frequent and wiry. ~ Gastro-enteritis.
Pulse quick, somewhat wiry. ~ Ascites.
Pulse quick and very hard. ~ Inflammation of labia.
Pulse hard, small and quick.
Pulse quick, strong, hard. ~ Typhus.
Pulse feels under fingers like shot gliding along. ~ Bronchitis.
Radial pulse not synchronous with heart's systole. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Accelerated pulse, which soon becomes irregular, intermittent and hard. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Small and rapid pulse. ~ Ascites.
Pulse small and trembling.
Pulse changes frequently in character. ~ Scarlatina.
Irregular, slow pulse. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Pulse unsteady, irregular, intermitting every third or fourth beat. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Frequently changing, weak and intermitting pulse.
Pulse variable and intermitting. ~ Meningitis.
Pulse at times intermittent and imperceptible.
Pulse scarcely perceptible, surface of body cold. ~ After stings.
Pulse indistinct. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Anemic aspect. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Sticking in right side of chest at fifth rib, agg. moving arm or body, extending to upper part of xyphoid, somewhat impeding respiration. ~ Rheumatism.
Stitches in left side of chest.
Sudden attacks of acute pain just below heart, soon extending diagonally towards right chest.
Dull aching pain in left side of chest, near middle of sternum, several times during day, with sensation of fullness in chest and short breath.
Chest feels as if beaten or bruised.
Sensation of soreness; lame, bruised feeling, as if from recent injury, from being jammed, bruised or beaten.
Rheumatic stitches in right side of neck.
Tensive pain from left shoulder to back of neck.
Throbbing pain in nape to left of shoulder, extending up over head; shoots to right with motion of head towards same side.
Sense of stiffness in neck and back. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Pain with stiffness from neck down to between shoulders (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Stiffness in back of neck.
Subcutaneous swelling of neck. ~ Diphtheria.
Glands of neck swollen. ~ Erysipelas traumatica.
Several glands on neck swollen size of walnuts and stone hard (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Broad belt of erysipelatous inflammation extending across back, from point of right shoulder to upper part of left arm.
Spinal meningitis attended with a sense of suffocation, as if they could never breathe again.
Pain in back, under scapulae, agg. on moving.
Burning and heat, like prickly heat, on back.
Stiffness in back. ~ Chronic rheumatism.
Exhausted, as after hard work, especially in back.
Peculiar and great weakness of whole back on both sides of spinal column; she could not lie on back.
Weakness, especially in back, by fits, with vertigo.
On stroking with both thumbs down along each side of vertebrae, the most pain is felt in lumbar region (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Lower posterior dorsal region, especially left, feels as if bruised.
Bearing down in small of back, as if menses would come on. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Could not sit on account of most violent pains in sacrum (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Stiffness in small of back and sacral region.
Burning pressing in coccygeal region, agg. from any attempt to sit down; evening. ~ Chronic rheumatism.
Violent rheumatism in right, later in left shoulder.
Tensive pain in left shoulder extends to nape.
Pain in right shoulder and forearm with pressure upon chest.
Pain of a sticking character fixed itself in right deltoid muscle, radiating to scapula and elbow joint by lifting and by motion. ~ Chronic rheumatism.
Lame feeling in scapulae.
Pressure under scapulae, painful when moving.
Arm and shoulder swollen and sensitive to touch. ~ Abscess after vaccination.
Several very red spots with painful red streaks to axillary glands. ~ Abscess after vaccination.
Drawing pain in arms, beginning in shoulders and extending to ends of fingers.
Pain in arm increasing, darting, no longer able to raise right arm to head. ~ Chronic rheumatism.
Left arm as if gone to sleep.
Numbness and tingling in both arms; agg. in left.
Perfectly powerless, she could not take hold of anything, had to be fed and nursed (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Right arm much swollen.
Red and white spots on arms.
Right arm red, hot, swollen, erysipelatous, with stinging burning pain. ~ Right mammary cancer.
Right arm swollen and bent in elbow joint, cannot be stretched, as tendons are shortened (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Sticking pains in right forearm, with a paralyzed feeling. ~ Chronic rheumatism.
Wrist and finger joints swollen, stiff in right hand, contracted to a fist, extension impossible; in left hand other persons could stretch fingers, but they bent again immediately if let loose (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
On inner side of right wrist a circular tetter, size of a dollar (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Both hands turned inward (in pronation), thumbs flexed on palms; both hands cold (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Arm paralyzed; arm and hand swollen, white as putty.
Pricking and smarting sensation in hands and arms, afterwards affecting entire body slightly.
Itching, burning and chapping of hands.
Burning and shooting in hands.
Bluish and cold hands. ~ Diarrhea.
Hands and arm blue. ~ Cholera infantum.
Hand swollen, slightly bluish-red; pressure makes white spots, which disappear slowly, and leave no indentation.
Redness, heat and swelling of hands.
Edema of hands.
Marked redness of hands and wrists, also feet and ankles.
Sore and red spots in palms.
Sensation of numbness in fingers, especially tips, about roots of nails, which latter feel as if loose.
Vesicles between fingers, itching after much scratching, inclined to ulcerate. ~ Prairie itch.
A good deal of tumefaction on right forefinger. ~ Panaritium.
Inflammation of fingers.
Throbbing pain occasionally extending from finger up to arm. ~ Panaritium.
Panaritium, with burning, stinging and throbbing; very sensitive to touch; especially in run-arounds, after abuse of Sulphur.
Pain violently stinging, burning; whole finger much swollen, red as fire; after a few hours pain became tensive, tearing, while swelling continually increased and extended to forearm; finger very tense, burning hot, very red and numb; gradually pain duller, with feeling in neighboring fingers as of foreign bodies covered with velvet; in first moments after sting and swelling of place, a feeling of prickling heat spread over whole arm up to armpit, gradually changed into a painful itching and biting, especially along course of vessels.
Dissecting wound on hand.
Sore pain about left hip joint; later weakness, unsteadiness, trembling in joint.
Feeling of numbness and obtusion in right iliac fossa, extending to hip, almost to short ribs, down whole right thigh, amel. by lying upon it. ~ Ovaritis.
Relaxation in hip joints.
Inflammation of hip joint.
At first only dull, gradually shooting and boring pain from middle of Poupart's ligament, extending along inner side of thigh down to lower leg and into toes.
Complaints predominate on inner side of thigh.
Drawing through thighs to end of toes.
Burning pains in both lower limbs, from thigh to ankles, could not move feet. ~ Chronic rheumatism.
Pain in left lower limbs all the time increasing, most stitching, burning, shooting. ~ Thrombosis.
Burning pains in both lower limbs, from thighs to ankles, could not move feet. ~ Rheumatism.
Bruised feeling in flesh of lower limbs.
Limb immovable, covered with reddish and bluish streaks and spots; hard, elastic, hot, exceedingly painful, especially along crural vessels and nerves. ~ Thrombosis.
Left lower limb, in evening, after unusual muscular exertion, as heavy as lead. ~ Thrombosis.
Both lower limbs emaciated, most right; could not be moved, had to remain where they had been laid, for several days; both very cold to touch (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
The whole left lower extremity numb and heavy as lead. ~ Thrombosis.
In morning feet heavy, stiff, full so that it pains, swollen.
Coldness and deadness of extremities, agg. in cold weather.
Feet and legs up to middle of thighs always cold as ice, without sweat; even when he walked in Summer he did not perspire. ~ Staphyloma.
Whitish clear appearance of broken limb. ~ Phlegmone.
Legs and feet waxy, pale and edematous. ~ Dropsy.
Swelling of limb of a whitish, transparent look. ~ Phlegmon.
Edematous swelling of feet, ankles and legs. ~ Ascites. ~ Amenorrhea.
Legs edematous. ~ Albuminuria. ~ During pregnancy. ~ Amenorrhea. ~ Puerperal convulsions. ~ Infantile marasmus. ~ Scirrhus mamma.
Dropsy of limbs. ~ Angina pectoris.
Left lower limb monstrously swollen; stretched out.
Edema of feet and legs in a man affected with chronic rheumatism and partial paralysis so that he could not move about.
Violent pain in left knee, more outside and to the front. ~ Synovitis.
Pains about knee, swelling, burning and shooting.
Complaints predominant in hollow of knee.
Swelling from metatarsus up to knee, very painful. ~ After hemorrhage from uterus.
Joints of knee, feet and big toes swollen, painful when pressed or lifted (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Left knee badly sprained by being thrown from a horse.
Acute synovitis of knee.
Swelling of knee.
Swelling of left leg from metatarsus to knee and accompanied by great tenderness; some of lymphatics near hip also affected, feeling like hard cords under skin and being extremely tender. ~ Fibrous tumor of uterus, repeated and violent hemorrhages.
Numbness of limbs.
Numbness of lower limb same side on which ovary is affected. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Lower limbs feel paralyzed.
On both lower limbs dirty blue spots, remnants from suppurations caused by blisters (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Tetter-like eruption on both legs; terrible itching as soon as crusts have formed; eruption oozes a sickly moisture.
Eczema of legs.
Eruption came out plentifully on calves. ~ Paralysis.
Phlegmasia alba dolens.
Shooting in left outer ankle.
Ankles and feet very edematous and clumsy. ~ Ascites.
Boring from thighs to ankles; could not move feet. ~ Rheumatism.
Pain in feet. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Burning of feet and toes.
Suppressed foot sweat.
Foot sweat checked by cold. ~ Staphyloma.
Swelling of feet and ankles of transparent whiteness.
Swelling of feet and ankles. ~ Hydrothorax.
Swelling of left foot over instep to such a degree that he could not put on his foot.
At night, on removing boots, feet swollen, heavy and stiff.
Large painful swelling of foot.
Swollen feet. ~ Ascites.
Swollen feet and scanty urine during apyrexia. ~ Intermittent.
Painful turning up of big toe. ~ Tubercular meningitis.
Painful turning inward of big toes, extorting cries from child. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Shooting in toes.
Burning in toes, with redness; feet cold. ~ Erysipelas.
Sensation in toes and feet, as if too large, swollen and stiff; also at night on removing boots.
Drawing through thighs to tip of toes; the latter feel numb.
Nails as if loose.
Pain in limbs, with fever. ~ Catarrh of chest.
Burning of hands and feet.
Heavy in all limbs, every motion causes pain. ~ Typhus.
Great soreness of all limbs and joints. ~ Intermittent, apyrexia.
Trembling of hands and feet.
Trembling of limbs. ~ Meningitis infantum. ~ Scarlatina.
Occasional twitching of limbs on one side of body, and apparent paralysis of that of the other side. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Limbs cold, numb and bluish.
Limbs numb and cold. ~ Diphtheria.
Rheumatic lameness of limbs, and effusion in joints, with affections of spinal marrow (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Numbness of feet and hands, even paralysis. ~ Diphtheria.
General paralytic feeling, especially in limbs.
Cold limbs; blood settled under finger and toe nails.
Phlegmasia alba dolens.
Bright red swelling, with red stripes along limbs.
Edema of limbs. ~ Albuminuria.
Dropsy of limbs. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Motion: headaches agg.; pain in eyes agg.; in diarrhea, followed by stool; pain under scapulae; dull pain in abdomen agg.; causes stool.
Exertion increases vertigo and prostration; shortness of breath.
Dull pains in region of tumors, most on commencing to walk and on stooping. ~ Swollen ovaries.
Stooping: increases headache; renal pains; pains in ovarian tumors.
Rising after sitting: pain in head agg.; bruised pain in back and limbs agg.
Bending backward or forward: suffocation in ascites agg.
Obliged to bend forward in contractive pain in hypochondria. ~ Ovaritis.
Bending head backward relieves headaches.
Bores head back into pillow in hydrocephalus.
Must hold head and eyes down in chronic headaches.
Ascending increases oppressed breathing in ascites.
Raising arms increases tightness in ovarian region.
Moves right arm now and then in tubercular meningitis.
On removing boots, feet feel swollen and stiff.
Lying: vertigo, extreme; nausea in hydrocephalus; pain violent in belly; breathing agg.; cough agg.
Lying on back: puffed, flushed face, difficult breathing.
Lying on left side: difficult breathing in ascites; cough worse.
Recumbent posture aggravates many of the sufferings, which are amel. when sitting.
Lying: on right side; pain in ovaries agg.
Must lie down from weakness.
Sitting: vertigo agg.; shortness of breath in ascites amel.
Sitting in bed, head on hands, elbows on knee, cannot lie down, cough forces him up (oil). ~ Catarrh.
Obliged to remain in his chair nearly all night. ~ Ascites.
Attempting to sit down: pain in coccygeal region agg.
Inclined to sit quiet with sickly feeling in abdomen.
Standing: causes more pain in ovarian tumor; vertigo.
Relief in no position in heart disease.
Least movement, even that of hands, agg. pains in lower limbs. ~ Chronic rheumatism.
Chewing: pains in ears.
Moving head to right side: rheumatic stitches in neck agg.
Walking and movement in general ameliorate many of the worst sufferings and attacks.
Walks with inconvenience. ~ Ascites.
Going up and down-stairs quickly: difficulty of breathing with swelling of abdomen.
After unusual walking and climbing up-stairs. ~ Thrombosis.
Walking: soreness of left ovary agg.; pains in abdomen.
Dyspnea, especially after exercise. ~ Chest complaint.
After overexertions dropsical symptoms returned.
After carrying a child during sleepless nights. ~ Rheumatism of arm.
Very stiff, could with difficulty stoop and rise up again on account of great hardness and swelling of legs. ~ Dropsy.
Lies like a skeleton in bed, and on back (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Lies all the time on her back. ~ Typhus.
He must lie down flat on ground.
Unable to lie down without panting. ~ Dropsy.
Inability to lie in a horizontal position. ~ Hydrothorax.
Unable to lie down. ~ Organic disease of heart.
She could not lie down. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Had not been able to lie down for months for fear of suffocating. ~ Anasarca.
Nervous irritability; restless, agitated. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Diphtheria. ~ Scarlatina.
Irritability and uneasiness.
Nervous excitability. ~ Apyrexia in intermittent.
Nervous restlessness at night, cannot remain in one place.
Restless, with cutaneous diseases.
Great restlessness and uneasiness. ~ Scarlatina.
Great uneasiness and yawning. ~ Intermittent.
Trembling and jerking of limbs. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Typhus.
Trembling, with lassitude.
Weakness, with trembling.
A single involuntary jerk frequently repeated.
Sudden jerks through joints and other parts.
One-half of body twitching, the other lame. ~ Tubercular meningitis. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Sudden convulsions, followed by general fever. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Convulsions. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Scarlatina. ~ Tubercular meningitis.
Eclampsia, with inflammatory affection of brain.
Faint, pale and cold, with vomiting and diarrhea.
Faint, uneasy, restless, yawning. ~ Uterine hemorrhage.
Sudden weakness, compelling him to lie down; he loses all recollection.
Frequent loss of all strength, with a trembling sensation.
Very weak, must lie down.
Great weakness of all limbs. ~ Trichinosa.
So weak that she could only with difficulty stand on her feet. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Greatest weakness on sliding down in bed. ~ Typhus.
Weak and pale. ~ Scarlatina. ~ Ascites.
Tired, as if bruised in every limb.
Weariness, with debility in Spring, after least effort, with paroxysm of vertigo, paleness and chilliness.
Great debility as if he had worked hard; he is obliged to lie down.
Great debility from the beginning. ~ Diphtheria.
Great debility. ~ Chronic dysentery. ~ Intermittent, apyrexia. ~ Ascites.
General feeling of lassitude and depression.
Lassitude; indisposition to mental or physical exertion. ~ Bilious diarrhea.
Languid, listless, unaccountable feeling. ~ Diarrhea.
General feeling of lassitude, with trembling.
Greatest lassitude and languor. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Great prostration. ~ Peritonitis. ~ Eruptive diseases.
Prostration: peculiar; as from within; great, for several days; general, particularly in cold weather; sudden, with coldness.
Tendency to chilliness, and a quite peculiar prostration of vital force of nerve centres. ~ Chest complaints.
Prostration and lassitude. ~ Dropsy.
Great exhaustion, after all symptoms pass away.
Fell down and declared he was dying. ~ After stings.
Anticipation of sudden death. ~ Peritonitis.
Paralysis generally one-sided, often painful.
After excessive grief the whole right side paralyzed.
White puffy swelling of paralyzed arm and hand.
Whole nervous system under a paralyzing influence. ~ Scarlatina.
Sudden, right-sided paralysis.
Partial paralysis of right side, with numbness. ~ Cancer of breast.
Left side motionless; now and then moves right arm and leg. ~ Tubercular meningitis. ~ Hydrocephalus.
Yawning and great uneasiness. ~ Uterine hemorrhage.
Yawning and great desire to sleep.
Sleepiness more after meals.
Great inclination to sleep; still he walks a tenth of a German mile.
Inclined to sleep. ~ Acute Bright's disease. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus. ~ Keratitis. ~ Intermittent, etc.
Great inclination to sleep, but inability to do so from great nervous restlessness.
In daytime always sleepy, in a dull, stupid state; at night talking in her sleep, which was full of dreams; towards morning sleep so profound that she had to be shaken to awake her. ~ Sopor.
Great desire to sleep, he felt extremely drowsy.
Very sleepy early in evening.
Sleepiness, prostration and vomiting of bile.
Continuous deep sleep. ~ Hot stage of intermittent fever.
Sopor, with eruptive diseases.
Stupor; when shaken, looking about strangely. ~ Typhus.
Lies flat down in a stupor; even shaking does not bring him to consciousness. ~ Typhus.
Sleepless, mostly latter part of night.
Restless sleep; child restless, fretful, sleepless, hot. ~ Abscess after vaccination.
Cough prevents sleep. ~ Typhus.
Restless nights. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Bilious diarrhea.
Restless, sleepless. ~ Erysipelas. ~ Ovarian tumor.
Tension in face, shooting in skin, burning pain under left ribs, or other ailments prevent sleep.
Disturbed sleep. ~ Scarlatina.
Wakefullness. ~ Hydrocephalus. ~ Intermittent.
Sleeplessness, with eruptive diseases.
No sleep for days.
Restless sleep and incessant dreaming.
Night sleep full of dreams; mostly of traveling.
Sleep restless, frequent waking, incoherent dreaming.
Sleep disturbed by oppressed respiration and disagreeable dreams.
Disturbed sleep at night; dreams. ~ Gastro-enteritis.
Dreams: of journeying; of flying; walking on a hot floor; of assembled people; full of care and trouble.
Sleep disturbed by oppression of breathing; by incoherent muttering.
Sleep disturbed at night by muttering and dreams. ~ Gastro-enteritis.
Disturbed sleep, with muttering and incoherent talking. ~ Bronchitis.
Nights restless, without sleep, constantly delirious. ~ Typhus.
At night talking in sleep, dreamy state. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Starting out of sleep.
Anxious starting in sleep. ~ With cough.
Suddenly starts from sleep with great anxiety and agitation.
All night delirious, furibund. ~ Typhus.
Trembling, convulsive starting during sleep, as if in affright.
Frequent waking at night with violent screams.
Awakens from sleep with a shrill shriek. ~ Meningitis infantum.
Screaming in sleep; “cri encephalique.”
Sopor while lying in bed interrupted by sudden cries. ~ Meningitis infantum.
The child is restless, screams out in sleep. ~ Constipation of sucklings.
Agitation latter part of night. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Long morning sleep.
Sleep in morning profound, cannot be waked without being taken out of bed, shaken and forced about for a time; girl, aet. 8. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Wakes from sleep in morning weary and unrefreshed.
Night: nursing child refuses milk, not so in daytime; squinting, trembling of eyeball; stitches in and around eye; difficult breathing in laryngitis; cough; strangling; feet swollen and stiff; restless, dreaming; sleepless in erysipelas, can see better than in daytime; irritation of urinary organs agg.; frequent urination.
Nocturnal sufferings, besides those dependent on sleep, are most in eye and chest.
At 9 P. M. to 4 A. M.: incessant cough.
Latter part of night: sleepless.
Towards night: increase of weariness, copious nosebleed, rigor, headache, mucus in mouth, bellyache, urging to stool and heartburn.
Always agg. towards morning. ~ Dropsy.
At 5 A. M.: heat and fever followed by shaking chill.
Morning: aching at umbilicus; diarrhea agg.; hoarseness; sleeps till late; dry coryza, bellyache with call to stool.
In morning less disturbed; weakened consciousness. ~ Typhus.
Day: stupid state in tubercular meningitis; vomiting.
Day and night: must urinate every half hour.
At 3 to 4 P. M.: chill.
At 4 P. M.: sudden coryza.
Afternoon: fever, intermittent.
Evening: tip of nose cold, with chilliness; pain in coccygeal region agg.; chill agg.; fluent coryza; very sleepy.
Evening; suffering and vertigo, headache, pain in eyes, toothache; bellyache; hoarseness, but most cough, shivering and heat.
Before midnight: cough awakens.
Before going to bed in evening a hard shivering fit. ~ Chronic rheumatism.
Spring: spells of vertigo.
Fall: hives agg.
Heat of stove increases chill.
Warm room: headaches agg.; breathing in laryngitis and ascites agg.; chill agg.
Heated room intolerable.
Warmth of bed: rash with itching agg.; breathing in laryngitis agg.
In-doors: sweat is increased.
Open air, out-of-doors: relieves headache; difficult respiration; rash with itching.
Inclination for open air.
Shunning cold air.
Uncovering relieves heat.
Cold water relieves eyelids (applied locally).
Worse getting wet through, but better from washing or moistening part in cold water.
Cold water relieves pains, swelling and burning.
Cold water, desire for washing face.
Cold weather: increases asthma; cough; pain in chest; rash with itching; prostration.
Changing weather increases rash with itching.
Spring: spells of vertigo; prostration.
North wind: takes cold.
Disposed to chilliness.
Chilliness. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Felt very cold, but was not cold to touch.
Chill on suffering part.
Chill increased by motion.
Chill, 3 to 4 P. M., agg. in warm room or near stove; begins in front of chest; thirst during chill, burning and oppression of chest as if he would smother. ~ Intermittent.
Chill, mostly towards evening, 3 to 4 P. M.
Chill increased in warm room.
Evening before going to bed a hard shivering fit. ~ Rheumatism.
Always thirst during chill.
Shivering on slightest movement when sitting in evening, with headache, heat of face, hot hands.
Chilly every P. M. at 3 o'clock; she shudders, agg. in warmth; chills run down back; hands feel as if dead; feverishly hot after about an hour, with a hoarse cough; heat of cheeks and hands, without thirst; ceases gradually, but she feels heavy and prostrate.
Shivering followed by heat. ~ Tonsillitis.
Slight rigors followed by flushes of heat over entire body, with headache, weariness in back and legs.
Severe chill, evening, following an operation lasting three hours; followed by high fever with great vascular excitement; the wound erysipelatous. ~ Erysipelas traumatica.
A shaking chill followed by great heat, during which whole lower limb swelled more and more, and pains in it became insupportable. ~ Thrombosis.
Pungent heat of body while feet and hands are cold.
Hot head, cold feet. ~ Ophthalmia.
After heat, rigor with an eruption of nettlerash.
With general heat, feeling of chilliness in feet and legs up to knee. ~ Typhus.
Increasing heat and fever for thirty-six hours, followed by severe shaking chill, 5 A. M.
Skin burning hot all over, or gradually grows cool in some places, hot in others.
Heat in some parts, coldness in others.
Febrile excitement. ~ Heart disease.
Flushes of heat over whole surface of body.
Great fever heat. ~ Hydrocephalus.
High fever. ~ Phlegmasia.
Fever rises continually. ~ Scarlatina.
Burning heat of skin with a stinging sensation. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Dry burning skin. ~ Typhus.
Little febrile excitement or other constitutional symptoms, only in a few instances considerable. ~ Erysipelas.
Burning heat all over.
Dry skin, no sweat. ~ Mania.
Dry heat towards evening, with sleepiness.
Feverish heat during night, other times pale. ~ Chronic diarrhea.
Heat most about chest, belly and hands. ~ Intermittent.
Heat most in chest, pit of stomach, bowels, female organs and hands, with muttering and unconsciousness. ~ Intermittent.
Hot feeling all over body, especially on chest and in region of stomach.
During heat: delirium, muttering unconsciousness; diarrhea; short-breathed; drowsy or sleepless.
During hot stage more or less violent headache, generally a continuous deep sleep. ~ Intermittent.
Got hot all over, red in face as if he had scarlet fever, with an eruption like measles (after overdoses). ~ Chronic diarrhea.
Most violent fever, with a puffed, darkened face, eyes shooting, shining, with a wild, obstinate expression and unbearable headache. ~ Typhus.
Thirst wanting during sweat; may or may not be present during heat.
Fever without thirst.
Heat, with (or without) thirst and inclination to uncover.
Fever constantly rising; dry hot skin. ~ Scarlatina.
Violent fever, with dry skin, full pulse. ~ Bronchitis.
High fever, full pulse. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Fever, with rapid, hard pulse; exacerbation during evening.
Heat, inclined to uncover, which is agreeable; rapid, hard pulse; after fever spell, sleep.
Heavy and prostrate in fever.
Whole surface glowing, hot, skin dry, brittle. ~ Typhus.
Heat, redness and extreme soreness. ~ Erysipelas.
Heat, with redness of skin; in evening and night; with excitement, headache, accompanying diarrhea, swellings, coughs.
Dry hot skin, or alternate dry and moist skin.
Skin hot, moist. ~ Diphtheria. ~ Catarrh of chest.
High fever, moist skin. ~ Diphtheria.
Sweat alternating with dryness of skin.
Alternate moisture and dryness of skin. ~ Intermittent.
Dryness of skin, very little sweat. ~ Intermittent.
Sweating stage either absent or of a very light grade. ~ Intermittent.
Cold sweat. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
General warm sweat during recovery from effects of an indescribably bad odor, causing physician a dull ache in forehead lasting several hours, until Apis removed it. ~ Typhus.
Partial clammy sweats. ~ Typhus.
Profuse sweat relieves rheumatism.
Thirst wanting during sweat; may or may not be present during heat; always thirst during chill.
Sweat after trembling and fainting, then nettlerash.
Better after sweating; sweat increased in-doors.
Headache and sleeplessness; skin warm; profuse sweat on the fourth day and relief. ~ Rheumatism.
Chills and fever in seasons when flies sting with unusual vigor.
Low, muttering delirium; sometimes a happy expression; apathy; stupor; cannot put tongue out; tongue trembles, catches in teeth, or is cracked, sore and covered with blisters; abdomen sore, bloated, stool frequent, painful, foul, bloody, often involuntary. ~ Typhus.
Typhoid forms of fever, especially enteric, cerebral, exanthematic forms; febris nervosa putrida.
Typhoid character of fever in scarlatina.
Intermittent. A very important antipyretic (in one of the most malarial countries) given according to Wolf in the third centesimal, but for two years the one hundredth centesimal potency; they have seen results, such as they had not for many years witnessed from any other homeopathic remedy against intermittent fever, at least as regards the rapidity of the result. (Drs. Stern and Miskolez).
Since a year, sixty-five intermittent cases of various age and sex; nineteen among these had been suppressed by large doses of quinine, etc. No relapse.
Apyrexia: pain under short ribs, left side; feet swollen; urine scanty; limbs and joints sore; restless; urticaria.
Periodically: sick headache; erysipelas; pains in ovary; pains in diphtheria.
Suddenly: hydrocephalus after erysipelatous eruptions; coryza; pain along ureters.
Sharp sudden paroxysms of pain in belly. ~ Peritonitis.
Gradually: cold and hot places on skin.
Increasing more and more: stinging, burning in ovary.
Increasing for thirty-six hours: heat and fever.
Every half hour: must urinate.
For several hours: aching in left eyeball.
Every few minutes: repeated urination.
Every 3 P. M.: chill.
Every morning: hawking.
Every day: six or eight diarrheic discharges.
At same hour morning or forenoon: diarrhea.
For three or four weeks: diarrhea in morning.
In eight or ten days: one stool.
Every evening: erysipelas in face.
Every fifteen or twenty minutes: pain in right ovary; swelling of labium pudendi.
Lasts a day or two: menses, with ovarian tumor.
Alternately: dry and moist skin.
Pains suddenly migrate from one part and extend to another.
Distress in paroxysms lasting half an hour or more, generally taking place in morning. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Once or twice a week: burning in head and neck.
Right side: headache agg.; pain in eyeball; shooting over and down into eyeball; eye closed in paralysis; staphylomatous projection of eye; ulcer on edge of cornea; sudden inflammation of eye; sensation in ribs as if “gone to sleep;” pain in side of abdomen; hard swelling in groin; swelled testicle; ovarian tumor; dropsy of ovary; rheumatic stitches in neck; arm erysipelatous; paralysis.
The right eye from the beginning more affected (oil). ~ Pannus.
Left side: neuralgia in head; drawing over half of head; pain in eyeball; swelling around eye; pupil drawn to outer side; inflammation of eye; both lids inflamed; itching in inner angle of eye; pain in ear; redness and puffiness of cheek; pain in malar bone and upper molar teeth; sore throat; pain in hypochondrium; swelling about kidney; pain over iliac crest; pain in pectoral region, with enlargement of right ovary; aching stitches in chest; tension in shoulder; bruised sensation in dorsal region; swelling of leg; hip joint inflamed; knee, synovitis; side motionless; pain under short ribs.
The left eye being the last attacked improved first (oil). ~ Pannus.
Both sides: burning under short ribs; weakness along spine; tetter on legs; one half twitching, the other half lame.
Right to left: erysipelas of face; erysipelas across back; rheumatism in shoulders.
Left to right: ophthalmia; pain in ovarian region.
Descending: pains in ovary; drawing through thighs to toes; chill down back.
Descending, then ascending: pains in male sexual organs.
Descending and sideways: sensation as of cords pulling from suprasternal fossa.
Ascending: pains in left hypochondrium.
Diagonally: sudden acute pain from below heart to right chest.
Sensation as if head was too large; as of a small foreign body in eye; as if eyes had sand in them; running as of an insect over cheek; wooden feeling in tongue; as of a fish bone in throat; as if something tight would break in abdomen when making an effort at stool; as if bowels were squeezed to pieces; as of sideways, as if something was breaking away about cords pulling from suprasternal fossa downward and heart; trachea as if stopped up; nails feel loose; chest as if raw; as if each breath was the last; left arm as if gone to sleep; screams as from stabbing pains; as if he should not be able to breathe again; vertigo as if she should fall; as if brain had gone to sleep; as if a bee had stung her temple; as if a skin had been drawn over eyes; as if several styes would form; as if there was mucus in eyes; as if lips would chap; as if in an apoplectic fit; as if lips had a contusion; tongue as if varnished; tongue as if scalded; palate as if filled with water; throat as if raw; throat as if covered with wine-dregs; as if throat was narrowing; under ribs as if gone to sleep; as if intestines were bruised; as if she was inflated; as if anus was constantly open; anus as if stuffed full; urethra as if scalded; ovarian region as if sprained; feeling in neighboring fingers as of foreign bodies covered with velvet; toes and feet as if too large; tired as if bruised in every limb; oppression of chest as if he would smother; hands as if dead; as if his vitals were melting; itching as if from gnats.
Pain: from gums into head; in head and eyeballs; through orbits; around eyes; in forehead; in temples; in occiput; in lips, to gums and head; in ears; in stomach and abdomen; in left hypochonder to chest; in kidneys; along ureters; in bladder; in testicles; in ovaries; in spleen during menses; in chest and head from cough; just below heart; under scapulae; in sacrum; in left knee; in feet; in limbs, with fever; in shoulder or forearm.
Acute pain: in eyeballs; below heart.
Sharp pains: in chest.
Violent pain: in temples; in forehead; in right eye; in left ear; in lips; in region of stomach and abdomen; in vesical region; in sacrum; in left knee.
Great pain: in occiput.
Cutting: burning in eyes; in abdomen; along ureters; in ovaries; in abdominal walls.
Lancinating: through eyes; in ovaries.
Darting: through eyes; in chest.
Thrusting pains: in region of uterus.
Plunging stabbing: in uterus.
Stabbing: in head; in uterus.
Stitches: in temples; across forehead; in eyes; in throat; through lungs and sides of chest; in urethra; through hips; rheumatic stitches in right side of neck; in lower limbs.
Stitching: in temples; in urethra.
Sticking pain: in right side of chest; in right deltoid muscle; in right forearm.
Pricking: in scalp; in eyes; in face; in lips; in tongue; in fauces; in throat; in stomach; in arms and hands.
Stinging: in forehead; in left temple; in eyes; in eyeball; in left eye; in lids; eruption on nose; in ears; in face; in left malar bone; in teeth; in lips; in tongue; in tonsils; in throat; in abdomen; in rectum; in anus; in hemorrhoids; in testicles; in urethra; in chancre; in ovaries; in uterus; in mamma; in chest; in panaritium; of hives; in fingers; of skin.
Shooting: in temples; in scalp; in eyes; over right eye into ball; of ears; in face; in tongue; from throat to ears; in ovaries; in hands; from Poupart's ligament down leg; in lower limbs; in knee; in left outer ankle; along ureters to kidneys; in toes; in skin.
Boring: in eyes; from thighs to ankles; over left iliac crest; from Poupart's ligament down leg.
Piercing pain: in eyes; in lids; in face.
Griping: in bowels.
Burning: in head; in scalp; in back of head and neck; in eyes; in lids; of ears; of lips; in nostrils; eruption on nose; of face; of cheeks; of chin; in tongue; in throat; in epigastrium; in pit of stomach; under ribs; in abdomen; in anus and rectum; in testicles; in urethra; in chancre; in ovaries; in mamma; in larynx; in chest; on back; in coccygeal region; in hands; in panaritium; in lower limbs; in knee; of feet and toes; in mucous membranes; in skin; of hives; in stomach.
Scalded feeling; on tongue; in mouth and throat; in urethra.
Smarting: in eyeballs; of lids; in tonsils; in throat; at anus; in arms and hands; in urethra.
Sore pain: in several teeth; about left hip joint.
Soreness: of canthi; of eyes; of nose; in teeth; in throat and fauces; in pit of stomach; under ribs; in stomach; in abdomen; in ovarian region; in suprasternal fossa and above clavicles; of chest with cough; under upper part of sternum; about left hip joint; of bowels; of limbs and joints.
Bruised feeling: under ribs; in intestines; in lower part of back; in limbs.
Drawing: from neck over left half of head; in scalp; in ovaries; in pharynx; in arms, from shoulders to fingers; through thigh to toes.
Tensive pain: over and in eyes; in scalp; in face; from left shoulder to back of neck; in left shoulder.
Sharp, crampy pain: in stomach and abdomen.
Stretching pain: in nape of neck to shoulder and head.
Tearing pain: in eyes.
Pressing: in head; in forehead and temples; in occiput; in eyes; in lower part of eyeball; in sinciput; in fauces and throat; in pit of stomach; in stomach; in abdomen; in hypogastrium, with bearing down; at os uteri; in chest; in coccygeal region; upon chest; under scapulae.
Aching: through head; in forehead; in eyes; pressure in left eyeball; in stomach; at umbilicus; in hypogastrium; in loins; in left breast; dull aching in chest.
Disagreeable pain: in forehead.
Strained pain: in left ovarian region.
Bearing down: in uterus; in bladder; in small of back; in ovarian region; in region of sphincter.
Scraping: in larynx and trachea.
Rawness: in throat; in anus.
Throbbing: in forehead; in head; in eyes; in molars; in tonsils; in throat; over left iliac crest; in rectum; from finger to arm; in panaritium; in nape to left shoulder.
Twitching: in molars; of left eyeball; of eyelid.
Jerking: headache; of eyelids; in molars.
Jumping pain; in left upper molars.
Neuralgic pain: in left temple; in lips; in gums; in tongue; in stomach; in groins.
Rheumatic pain: in eyes.
Constriction: in throat; in thorax; of urethra.
Contractive feeling: in hypochondria; in abdomen.
Roughness: of lips; in pharynx.
Anxious feeling: in head.
Uneasiness: in spermatic cords.
Quivering: of left eyeball.
Twitching: of eyeballs; of lids.
Trembling: of eyeball; in left hip joint; of hands and feet.
Sensitiveness: of scalp; of pharynx; of pit of stomach.
Fullness: in head; in forehead; in vertex; in occiput; in eyes; in anus; in thorax; in face; in abdomen; in chest.
Heaviness: over eyes; in vertex; in occiput; of eyes and lids; in abdomen; in ovarian region; in uterine region; in left leg, like lead; in feet.
Weight: in forepart of head; in ovarian region; in uterine region.
Pressure: in occiput in eyes.
Tension: about ears; in lips; over hypochondria; in face.
Tightness: in ovarian region.
Stiff feeling: in eyelids; in face, with puffiness; in lips; in neck and back; between shoulders; in sacrum; in feet; in muscles.
Lame feeling: in scapulae; paralyzed feeling in right forearm.
Formication: in face.
Prickling: in scalp; in face; in lips; in tongue; on back; palms; forehead.
Tingling: in brain; in arms.
“Gone to sleep” feeling: in brain; in left arm; under right ribs.
Dryness: of tongue; in throat.
Numbness: in gums; in right side of abdomen; in side and limb; in arms; of fingers; in right iliac fossa, extending up and down; of left leg; of lower limbs; of right side of abdomen.
Electric shock: in rectum.
Tickling: in throat pit.
Itching: in scalp; in swellings on head and neck; in eyes; around eyes; in lids; of nose; eruption on nose; in throat; in anus; of scrotum; of hands; of vesicles between fingers; of tetter on legs; of hives; in urethra; all over body.
Stinging itching: in internal canthi.
Piercing itching: around eyes; in brows and lids.
Weakness: in larynx; in back; in hip joint; of all limbs; must lie down.
Heat: in head; in face; in throat; in chest; on back; pit of stomach; bowels; female organs; in hands.
Coldness: tip of nose; of face; in chest; in middle of sternum; of hands; of legs and feet.
Affections of circulatory apparatus and fluid, dropsies, phlebitis, varicose veins, ecchymosed spots, gangrene, unhealthy suppuration.
Hemorrhages dark; blood incoagulable or coagulates slowly.
Blood taken from veins is black, viscous, does not coagulate.
Varicose veins; burning, stinging.
Hyperemic condition of liver, lungs and kidneys. ~ Organic disease of heart.
Ecchymosed spots. ~ Fevers.
Skin dry, with a general anemic appearance.
A thick, very sensitive string from middle of bend of thighs all along inner side of thighs. ~ Thrombosis.
Bodies of the poisoned decompose rapidly.
Blood poisoning by virus of scarlatina.
Glands enlarged, inflamed.
Painful swelling of glands.
Lymphatic vessels affected, felt like hard cords under skin, and were very painful. ~ After hemorrhage from uterus.
Serous membranes inflamed; effusions in serous membranes; synovitis.
Acts specifically upon serous membranes.
Serous membranes inflamed, painful, hot, burning, sore.
Serous membranes, muscular tissues, especially in region of diaphragm, a peculiar sensation of heat and like after a violent run when sitting down, “as if his vitals were melting.”
Indurations; scirrhus, or open cancers, with stinging, burning pains.
Unhealthy suppuration of ligatures. ~ Traumatic erysipelas.
Suppuration rare; parenchyma seldom involved; sometimes dark, thick, fetid pus from ulcers.
Centre of erysipelas burst, discharging a great deal of pus. ~ Abscess after vaccination.
Mortified cellular tissue in opening of vaccinal scab, easily extracted at each daily dressing. ~ Abscess after vaccination.
Mucous membranes inflamed and catarrhal.
Irritation of mucous membranes.
Mucous membranes red, with burning, fullness, dryness; erysipelas (as in throat, etc.).
Periosteum inflamed; red about joints. ~ Synovitis.
Pains felt mostly in joints and ligamentous tissue or in attachment of muscles.
Muscles stiff, tender on pressure, somewhat swollen; rigid; rheumatic inflammation.
Rheumatism and gout.
Gout; gouty nodes.
Skin and muscles rigid.
Redness and swelling, with stinging and burning pain in eyes, eyelids, face, lips, tongue, throat, anus, ears.
Redness of dermoid tissue, with pains of a burning or stinging character.
Burning and shooting in flat swellings, with redness or whiteness, or both.
Edematous and erysipelatous swellings.
Sharp pain and an erysipelatous swelling very hard and white in middle.
Diffuse inflammation of cellular tissues, ending in their destruction.
Rapid considerable swelling.
Swelling over entire side, closing right eye. ~ Paralysis.
Swelling of diseased parts.
Hands, arms and face swollen. ~ Dropsy.
Watery swelling in body, in limbs, hands and feet.
Swollen throughout body, from face to feet; urine highly charged with albumen. ~ Scarlatina.
Swelling of whole body.
Edema of lips and upper eyelids.
Edema of face or larynx, with bloody urine, without increased thirst.
Edematous swelling of face and hands. ~ Sequela of scarlatina.
Edema of different parts of body. ~ Prolapsus uteri.
Edematous swelling of skin.
Edematous form of erysipelas.
General edema. ~ Acute Bright's disease.
Edema, or dropsy without thirst.
Anasarca: swelled from crown of head to soles of feet; several fissures on legs.
Whole body anasarcous. ~ After scarlatina.
Renal anasarca following scarlatina; albumen in urine; waxy appearance of skin. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
General anasarca. ~ Amenorrhea. ~ Ascites.
Dropsical swelling of chest, abdomen, legs and feet, unable to lie down without panting. ~ Ascites.
Dropsical affections, especially edema and ascites, with albuminuria.
Dropsical swelling of chest, abdomen, feet and legs. ~ After influenza.
Dropsy with edematous lips and upper eyelids; albuminous, white, scanty urine; generally no thirst; skin pale, transparent, waxy.
General dropsy, skin burst on legs in several places, could not lie down, could hardly breathe.
Dropsical symptoms during desquamation. ~ Scarlatina.
Dropsy without thirst.
Dropsy with scanty urine; sleepless and thirstless.
Acute febrile dropsy following a chill.
Dropsy after scarlet fever; scanty urine, waxy paleness of feet and legs, which are much swollen.
Hydrops after scarlatina, even with uremic symptoms.
After three weeks he weighed twenty-one pounds lighter. ~ Dropsy.
Emaciation. ~ Mania. ~ Ascites. ~ Chronic diarrhea. ~ Dysentery. ~ Infantile marasmus. ~ Hydrothorax. ~ Dropsy. ~ Menstrual derangement.
Pressure: relieves headache; pain about eyes; aggravates soreness of eyes, pains in stomach, soreness of bowels, renal pains, tenderness of stiff muscles; pit of stomach sensitive; against diaphragm in ascites increases difficult breathing; in swelling in cardiac region increases sensitiveness; makes white spots appear on swollen surfaces; produces cough.
Excessive sensitiveness to touch and to external pressure, most in abdomen.
Touch increases soreness of erysipelas, pains in stomach and abdomen, soreness of scrotum, sensitiveness of panaritium, sensitiveness of skin.
Whole surface of body becomes exceedingly sensitive to touch; every hair is painful when touched.
Skin extremely sensitive to contact; painful to slightest touch; could not bear sheet upon him.
Children stiffen when touched or moved. ~ Inflammation of brain.
Very sensitive to touch or pressure, with debility, exhaustion.
Scratching causes itching of vesicles between fingers.
Pains in ovaries from sexual intercourse.
Dissecting wound on hand.
Wounds and injuries, especially caused by stabbing instruments.
After tapping, ascites continually returned.
Erysipelas after wounds or operations.
Wound much tumefied with blush of erysipelas extending for two inches around it. ~ Erysipelas traumatic.
Sting of bees, wasps, and perhaps stings of other insects.
Punctured and other wounds.
Heat, redness and form of swellings, as well as peculiar character of pain with it, resembling bee-stings. ~ Erysipelas.
Ophthalmia from unslaked lime.
Hyperesthesia of skin.
Eruptions sting and burn like bee-stings.
Stinging, burning, prickling, smarting, or itching of skin; sensitiveness to slightest touch.
Prickling over whole body, most on back, palms of hands, face, forehead and under eyes, chiefly in circumscribed points.
When child screams out suddenly, as if from stinging pains; sleepless nights; eruption inclines to spread all over child, or to become gangrenous. ~ Erysipelas.
Sensation of burning heat and stinging in various portions of surface of body, at same time.
Burning, shooting, irritating, intolerable itching.
Intense burning itching all over his body, so severe that he retired to his room, and rubbed himself vigorously with his flesh brush.
Itching and burning eruption upon back, arms and legs.
Eruption itches and stings. ~ Diphtheria.
Troublesome itching or stinging on face, ears, lips, nose, under eyes, brows, throat, hands, feet, wrists and ankles.
Violent itching, like needle pricks, recurring after motion, as if from gnats.
Itching, relieved by scratching.
Itching, on small, circumscribed spots, preventing sleep at night.
Itching pricking in skin in different parts of body, more on lower extremities and continued through day.
In evening an intolerable itching attended with a burning fiery sensation, commencing in arms and finally spreading over whole surface of body, reaching to feet.
Skin either hot or cold, has a bloated, swollen appearance. ~ Scarlatina.
Feels burning heat with actual heat of skin, followed by a livid purplish hue.
Skin very hot, red and irritated. ~ Scarlatina.
Skin harsh and dry. ~ Dropsy after scarlatina.
Dryness of skin.
Skin all the time dirty in spite of frequent washing (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Skin of whole body dry, dirty, withered; pulse 66 (oil). ~ Spinal disease.
Skin and muscles rigid.
Pale skin. ~ Hydrops ovarii.
Waxy paleness of skin. ~ Prolapsus uteri. ~ Dropsies.
Skin wax-colored. ~ Menstrual derangement.
White, wax-like skin. ~ Infantile marasmus.
Skin unusually white, almost transparent. ~ Ovarian dropsy.
Skin pale, waxy, almost transparent or dark blue, almost black.
Patch of skin on arm remaining white amidst surrounding redness. ~ Scarlatina.
Skin turning a dark blue, almost black; sphacelus. ~ Erysipelas.
Skin very hot and red.
Eruption over whole body of red spots, which on close inspection revealed numerous small vesicles, which at times exuded a moisture, forming thin or yellowish scales and crusts; this eruption was attended with intolerable stinging, burning and itching, so severe as to cause patient to scratch her skin till it bled; eruption agg. by slightest breath of air, but was equally sensitive to warmth of room and bed. ~ Ovarian tumor.
An eruption appears upon skin, which itches and stings. ~ Diphtheria.
Elevations on skin, as after bite of insects, painfully sore, sensitive to touch.
Red spots like bee-stings upon skin and sensation as if stung by bees, in abdomen and different parts of body.
Red spots like bee-stings. ~ Uterine hemorrhage.
Red blotches on chest and limbs, which itch violently on exposure to air or by scratching them.
Red spots scatter here and there over skin, often causing itching and restlessness, agg. at night. ~ Teething children. ~ Remittent fever.
Numerous spots or little elevations all over body, red or purplish. ~ Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Intensely deep red rash. ~ Scarlatina.
Bright red pimples on skin. ~ Constipation of sucklings.
Covered with a dry, red, raised eruption, uncomfortably itching. ~ Prairie-itch.
Bluish-red, painful, hard spots.
Hard, purplish spots on face, forehead, neck and lower limbs, lasting twelve days, hard and painful.
Eruptions, with painless yellow stools.
Eruption general, with exception of feet.
White miliary eruption on chest and abdomen. ~ Typhus.
Sudamina, miliary eruption.
Body covered with large, white wheals, deep scarlet interspaces.
Hives; red and inflamed patches.
Itching and burning eruption upon lips, skin, nose and under eyebrows; spots like hives upon chin and cheeks.
Hives and their sequela, especially if it be asthma.
Rash, with violent itching; agg. from warmth of bed, and in cold or changing weather; amel. in open air.
Red, inflamed, raised patches, with burning stinging pains. ~ Urticaria.
Urticaria, like bee-stings, or stings from other insects, with intolerable itching at night.
Urticaria; isolated elevations painful and tender to touch, assuming a purplish or livid hue.
Nettlerash, red spots, small white spots, with red areolas, itching violently.
Urticaria, with heat of skin, slight fever.
Itching and appearance of blotches like nettlerash, after scratching.
Red and white blotches over body, like nettlerash.
Nettlerash after fever.
Nettlerash about a week after wheals.
Urticaria. ~ Apyrexia of intermittent.
Faintly visible spots of urticaria upon neck and forehead. ~ Incipient hydrocephalus.
Spots of nettlerash tender to touch, with a purplish livid hue on the neck and forehead. ~ Sopor.
Swelling of skin, pale red, as if puffed, extending gradually further on the surface.
Acute subcutaneous edema. ~ Erysipelas.
Swelling (edematous, erysipelatous) with red stripes.
Erysipelas: redness, with bruised sore feeling, frequently only a pale pink; later purplish, threatening gangrene; edematous swellings, especially under eyes, about glottis, scrotum, etc.; sleepless nights, suddenly screaming out with shrill shrieks.
Erysipelas at times appearing upon lower limbs and other parts of body, dark purplish and painful tumefaction.
Erysipelas, with burning, stinging pains.
Erysipelas, with bruised sore pain and much swelling.
Erysipelatous redness: of variola eruption; of wounds; of ulcers; after vaccination.
In from two to six days spots become livid, and swelling, heat and pain subside, but new ones continue to appear. ~ Erysipelas.
Metastasis of erysipelas from lower limbs. ~ Gastralgia.
Erysipelatous redness and swelling, with stinging, burning pains. ~ Variola.
Erysipelatous inflammation, extending from boil further and further. ~ Carbuncle.
Smooth erysipelas; similar to that of Belladonna.
General heat and redness of skin, with eruption like measles.
Measles confluent, edematous, with much prostration; or, imperfectly developing, with weakness and drowsiness.
Measles did not come out properly, had fever and cough, and emaciating diarrhea.
Measles, with diphtheritis.
Roseola exanthem. ~ Typhus.
Sequela of measles. ~ Chronic diarrhea.
Scarlatina, skin intensely hot, rash very red; or, skin hot and cold in places; rash tardy, typhoid symptoms; throat erysipelatous, tonsils large; stinging when swallowing; eyes sensitive; or, ulcers in throat, with repelled or delayed eruption; stinging itching of skin, with fidgetiness.
Scarlet fever, with sore throat, tonsils enlarged, very red, with stinging pains when swallowing; stinging itching of skin, causing restlessness, with weeping and lamenting, scanty secretion of urine, or complete supnot so marked as with Bellad.; Apis 40m in water, in pression. Eyes somewhat sensitive to bright light, but repeated doses, the intervals being lengthened as the patient improved.
Rash in red spots and points diffused over body. ~ Scarlatina.
During eruptive stage of scarlatina; not when glands began to swell or larynx was much affected.
Edematous swelling of skin during desquamation.
Rash disappears suddenly, leaving scattered red spots or points. ~ Scarlatina.
Scarlet fever, with ascites.
Bad effects from scarlet fever, and suppressed scarlet eruptions.
Consequences of acute exanthemata that have been repercussed, suppressed, or never properly developed, such as nettlerash, scarlatina, measles, urticaria, etc.
After suppressed eruptions: inflammation of brain; hydrocephalus; sleepless; restless; scanty urine; great thirst, or none at all; short of breath; erysipelas leaves legs, and gastralgia develops; dropsy.
Eruption receding, short of breath, sleepless, restless, scanty urine, great thirst, or none at all. ~ Confluent variola.
Eruption upon inner thighs, below knees, upon hands, face, back of neck, still more on central portions of body; small pustules, with burning, smarting, stinging, forming dry scabs of laminated form, scaly, brownish, sometimes light straw color.
Small pustules arose under skin, with burning, smarting and stinging; when ripe, small scales on them, dry, brownish, or straw-colored; on inside of thighs, under knees, or hands, in face or neck, most towards middle of body; tincture in water.
Pustules on a bluish-red, hard, hot base.
Itching pimples on joints.
Hard, red, somewhat conical swellings, occurring usually on lower limbs, below knees, sometimes on arms, rarely on other parts of body, varying in number and size, from a half dime to an inch or two in diameter. ~ Erysipelas.
Body covered with large wheals, size of a silver half dollar, slightly elevated and white.
Large boils, burning and stinging.
Furunculi and carbuncles; to lessen pain.
Furunculi, with manifold scores of dead connective tissue.
Chronic furunculi, could not sit or lie.
Carbuncles, burning, stinging, or erysipelas far around; bluish-black.
Newborn children; ulceration of navel.
Old people. ~ Apoplexy. ~ Pseudo-ophthalmia. ~ Asthma.
Apoplexies in old persons.
Hydrogenoid constitution. ~ Diphtheria. ~ Made agg. by vaccination.
Strumous diathesis. ~ Dropsy.
Sanguine bilious temperament. ~ Injured knee.
Dark complexion, bilious temperament. ~ Ophthalmia.
Light complexion, spare and thin. ~ Chronic diarrhea.
Light complexion, lymphatic temperament. ~ Ascites.
Fair complexion, lymphatic temperament. ~ Ophthalmia.
Sanguine nervous temperament. ~ Swollen eyes.
Sanguine nervous bilious temperament. ~ Paralysis.
Bilious nervous temperament. ~ Hydrothorax.
Irritable people dissatisfied with everything. ~ Diarrhea.
Nervous lymphatic temperament. ~ Dropsy.
Lymphatic temperament, light skin, blue eyes, feeble constitution. ~ Ascites.
Weak children of a rambling disposition; diarrhea.
Children; difficult dentition, infantile marasmus, diarrhea, hydrocephalus, etc.
Child, aet. 5 months; diarrhea.
Male infant, aet. 7 months; incipient hydrocephalus.
Nervous temperament, child, aet. 7; swollen anus.
A girl, aet. 2, treated for three days with Acon., Bryon. and Hepar without any improvement; cured in three days by Apis ; bronchitis.
Girl, aet 3; inflammation of sexual parts.
Girls who, though generally careful, become awkward, and let things fall while handling them.
Boy, aet. 3 1/2; ascites.
Girl, aet. 4 1/2; acute Bright's disease.
Boy, aet. 8; gastro-enteritis.
Girl, aet. 8; since a fortnight, stupid sleep; mother subject to urticaria.
Girl, aet. 9; dropsy after scarlet fever.
Boy, aet. 12, face livid; epidemic typhus.
A boy, aet. 12; ascites after dysentery.
Girl, aet. 15, weakly, decidedly scrofulous; right tonsil hypertrophic since quinsy; scrofulous ophthalmia of one years' standing.
Girl, aet. 18, fair complexion, lymphatic temperament; ophthalmia.
A girl, aet. 20, after vaccination and a fall, inflammation in right ankle, horribly maltreated, getting sick again and again; lying in hospital, for eight weeks, finally given up (oil); spinal disease.
Woman, aet. 20; dropsical for some years.
Woman, aet. 24, unmarried, ovarian dropsy since eighteen months.
Woman aet. 26, subject to quinsy.
Woman, aet. 27, nervous temperament, irascible, but easily soothed, no menses for five or six years.
Woman, aet. 28, subject to sore throat.
Woman, aet. 30, married ten years, no children; ovaritis.
Woman, aet. 30, sanguine, nervous temperament; swelling of tongue.
Woman, aet. 32, bilious temperament; menstrual derangements.
A woman, aet. 40, with habitual dyspnea and weak, irregular heartbeats; venous thrombosis with a fatty heart.
Woman, aet. 40; liable to erysipelatous attacks now and then in stomach.
Women, at climacteric period.
A woman, aet. 50, always of a weak mind, with some sinking of uterus; pale, lax muscles; nymphomania from scarlatina.
Woman of apoplectic habit; erysipelas.
Woman, aet. 50, dark complexion, bilious temperament; since three years ophthalmia.
Old woman, light complexion, lymphatic temperament; with dropsical swellings.
Woman, aet. 58, for years anasarca, lately hydrothorax.
A woman, aet. 80, sanguine nervous bilious temperament, had a paralyzed arm.
Women and children.
Infants and women (widows or not); erysipelas.
Cured chronic diarrhea, with passages of blood and mucus, with woman at climacteric period.
A man, aet. 20, chancre; Apis every three hours; later at longer intervals.
Man, aet. 23, light complexion, thin, emaciated without much muscular power, much addicted to tobacco; diarrhea.
Man, aet. 28, sanguine nervous bilious temperament.
A man, aet. 30, after chancre was destroyed by cauterizing a year ago; see balanitis.
Man, aet. 32, weakly constitution, choleric temperament (oil); catarrh.
A man, aet. 35, strong, athletic; dropsy.
Man, aet. 38, athletic constitution, choleric temperament, frequent ophthalmia, badly treated (oil); pannus.
A man, aet. 70, feeble constitution, lymphatic temperament, light skin, blue eyes; dropsy.
Man, aet. 76, nervous bilious temperament; since sixteen years attacks of palpitation, treated by alternation and getting agg.; tincture was given in water, first every hour, later less often; solution was reduced for a week, finally the 2e, once a day, alternating with Cinchon. . Rapidly convalescing; organic disease of heart.
Antidotes to massive doses and in poisonings: Natr. mur., the substance, the solution, the potencies; sweet oil, as it contains table salt; onions; bleeding is decidedly a bad palliative and in most cases injurious.
Antidotes to potencies: after overdosing, Ipec., low, relieved much; to drink coffee, seems indifferent; some have given Apis, high, Laches. and Lact. ac.
(Has been given in ailments from stings, from anthrax infection).
It is an antidote to Canthar. (ischuria, inflammation of bladder, acute Bright's disease); abuse of Iodium, Cinchon., Digit.
It follows well after vaccination (erysipelas, painless diarrhea); after Sulphur, in panaritium.
After it follows well: Graphit. (tetter on ear lobe); Arsen. (hydrothorax); Phosphor. (absorption of false membrane in diphtheria); Stramon. after Apis had removed jealousy in mania; Lycop. (in staphyloma); Sulphur (in hydrothorax, pleuritic effusion, hydrocephalus); Iodium (in puffy, swollen knee).
Complementary: Natr. mur.
Has been given in alternation in cases when change of symptoms indicated it with: Iodium in swelling of knee; Sulphur in swollen eyes; Hepar in urticaria; Mercur. in ascites with peritonitis; Lycop. in staphyloma.
It often disagrees after Rhus tox. in eruptive diseases; and Rhus tox. given after Apis has often disagreed.
Collateral relation (belonging to same family); Bombus, Crabo, Vespa.
It has cured where Bellad. failed in cough of horses; where Bryon., Canthar., Digit., Helleb., etc., had failed in albuminuria after scarlatina; cases in which Pulsat. seemingly indicated, failed, especially uterine complaints; when Thuja, Phosphor., Canthar., etc., had failed in affections of the prostate gland.
Concordances: Acet. ac. (dropsy); Acon.; Anac. (urticaria); Apocyn. cannab. (dropsy); Arnic. (bruised, sore); Arsen. (typhoid forms; gangrene; dropsies; scarlatina; urticaria; chills); Bellad. (meningitis, especially of cerebral meninges; faucitis; erysipelas; scarlatina; glandular organs, etc.); Bromin. (swelling of ovary during menses); Bryon.; Cantharides (erysipelas; urinary symptoms); Cinchona; Colchic. (rheumatism, etc.); Crot. tig. (urticaria); Euphras. (conjunctiva); Ferrum; Graphit.; Hepar; Iodium (swollen knee); Laches. (typhoid states; gangrene); Lycop.; Mercur.; Natr. ars.; Natr. mur. (chills; urticaria; tension in ovarian region, etc.); Pulsat.; Rhus tox. (eyes, but Apis has less suppuration); vesicular erysipelas, but darker than in Apis, and spreading left to right; typhoid states; restlessness, but in Apis more fidgetiness, etc.); Rum. crisp. (painless, greenish-yellow diarrhea); Sabin. (ovarian and uterine symptoms); Sepia; Silic. (ovary and inverted nipple); Sulphur (tubercular meningitis; checked eruptions, especially urticaria; asthma; hydrothorax); Tereb. (urinary symptoms); Therid. (vertigo); Thuya (sycosis, evils of vaccination); Urt. ur.; Zincum.