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(Phosphoric acid.) (From vol. v, 2nd edit., 1826.) (To prepare it, we take one pound of bones calcined white and broken into small pieces, place them in a porcelain jar, and pour over them one pound of the strongest sulphuric acid. The mixture is to be stirred with a glass rod several times during twenty-four hours, then well mixed and diluted with two pounds of good brandy, and the whole tied up in linen bag and pressed out between two smooth boards loaded with weights. What remains in the bag may be again diluted with two pounds of brandy, and the expressed fluid added to the first quantity. The whole is to be allowed to stand for two days, so that the cloudiness may settle down. The clear fluid is now to be decanted off, evaporated in a porcelain dish over the fire, and melted at a red heat. The melted phosphoric acid should be as clear as crystal, and while still warm it is to be broken into small fragments and preserved in a wellcorked bottle, because when exposed to the sir it soon completely deliquesces into a thickish fluid as clear as water.) A grain of this crystalline acid id dissolved in 100 drops of a mixture of nine parts of water with one part of alcohol (the alcohol being added in order to make it drop easily). The solution is succussed twice (with two strokes of the arm). A drop of this is again succussed with 100 […]

(Phosphoric acid.)

(From vol. v, 2nd edit., 1826.)

(To prepare it, we take one pound of bones calcined white and broken into small pieces, place them in a porcelain jar, and pour over them one pound of the strongest sulphuric acid. The mixture is to be stirred with a glass rod several times during twenty-four hours, then well mixed and diluted with two pounds of good brandy, and the whole tied up in linen bag and pressed out between two smooth boards loaded with weights. What remains in the bag may be again diluted with two pounds of brandy, and the expressed fluid added to the first quantity. The whole is to be allowed to stand for two days, so that the cloudiness may settle down. The clear fluid is now to be decanted off, evaporated in a porcelain dish over the fire, and melted at a red heat. The melted phosphoric acid should be as clear as crystal, and while still warm it is to be broken into small fragments and preserved in a wellcorked bottle, because when exposed to the sir it soon completely deliquesces into a thickish fluid as clear as water.)

A grain of this crystalline acid id dissolved in 100 drops of a mixture of nine parts of water with one part of alcohol (the alcohol being added in order to make it drop easily). The solution is succussed twice (with two strokes of the arm). A drop of this is again succussed with 100 drops of alcohol by means of succussion with two strokes of the arm. This is 1. And the process is repeated up to the trillion-fold dilution (III). A sugar globule the size of a poppy seed, and moistened with this trillion-fold dilution, is administered for a homoeopathic dose.

The following remarkable, pure, artificial morbid symptoms produced by phosphoric acid on the healthy body indicate of them selves the natural morbid states in which it is specifically curative by reason of homoeopathic similarity.

Every dose acts for more than two weeks in chronic diseases.

The over violent action of phosphoric acid is diminished by camphor.


No old school authorities are cited.

The 1st edit has 571 symptoms, this 2nd edit 679; the Chr. Kr. has 818, 55 of the new symptoms being contributed by Dr C. Hering.]


Vertigo all day.

Vertigo towards evening, when standing and walking, as if intoxicated; he staggers; no vertigo when sitting (several evenings).

Vertigo in the morning, making him fall, when standing.

Several mornings vertigo on rising from bed.

5. Heat in the head, which often caused vertigo, even when sitting; when writing he must often nod involuntarily; objects seemed to turn round; the table seemed as if falling; when he clutched hold of it in walking, and when he looked on ground when standing, he was like to fall forwards, and must make a step forwards in order to keep himself erect. [Myr.]

Vertigo; the head tends to sink forwards and backwards (aft. some m.) [Hrr.]

Vertigo; in the morning in bed, when he shut his eyes, he felt as if the feet rose up and he was standing on his head. [Bch.]

In the morning after rising from bed weakness of the head, as if he should stagger.

10. He cannot rid himself of a thought, and the connecting ideas, do not come.

He dare not be alone without falling into absence of thought and unconsciousness (in the morning) [Fz.]

He cannot reflect on anything properly in account of want of ideas and weakness of mind; he became giddy on attempting to think about anything. [Hrr.]

Lazy, obtuse, inactive mind, without imagination, indisposed for even agreeable mental work. [Stf.]

In the evening when sitting he sees nothing by ciphers before the eyes, for an hour; at the same time he was very stupid and bad in the head – at last very hot.

15. He cannot bring his thoughts into proper connexion.

When reading there came a thousand other thoughts into his head, and he could not rightly comprehend anything; what he had read became as if dark in his head, and he immediately forgot all (for 48 h.); what he had long known, he can only recall with difficulty. [Myr.]

Illusion of the senses; he imagines he hears a bell pealing and sees things lying near him (outside the sphere of vision) moving. [Fz.]

His reason is affected. [Fr.H-n.]

Emptiness in the head, for three hours. [Fz.]

20. In the forenoon his head is cloudy, as if he had sat up all night or as if after a nocturnal debauch.

Dulness of the head (aft. 4 d.).

In the evening when he comes into the warm room, he is dazed in his head.

Confusion of the whole head. [Hrr.]

Confusion of the sinciput, especially of the orbits. [Gss.]

25. Confusion of the head as from excessive indulgence in venery, for three days (immediately). [Fr.H-n.]

He feels quite empty in the head and tired in the limbs, as if he had not slept enough after a debauch (aft. 1 h.). [Fz.]

Roaring in the head.

Headache, like stupidity, with buzzing in the head; on coughing the head feels quite painful as if it would burst.

In the morning, pressure in the head and bitter taste in the mouth (the 5th morning).

30. Headache, in the morning immediately upon awaking, which goes off on rising.

Dull pain in the forehead an temples, during which, however, he is pretty lively. [Fz.]

Dull creeping sensation in the sinciput, with sweat on the forehead (immediately). [Fr.H-n.]

Shooting over the eye upwards into the head (when standing)(aft. 14 h.).

Constant headache. [Hrr.]

35. Severe headache, which compelled him to lie down, and his nape was stiff.

On the slightest shock or noise, the pains in the head became extremely violent. [Hrr.]

Painful shock in the head when walking.

Extremely severe pressure in the head, in the afternoon.

Headache, as if the brain were pressed upwards, at the same time beating in it, like the beating of the pulse.

40. Single blows in the head as with a hammer.

In the morning on rising, and all the forenoon, a prickling headache.

Aching and shooting pain in all parts of the head, in fits.

Twitching in the head.

A great weight in the whole head which extended to the left frontal protuberance with a violent pressure. [Htn.]

45. Headache as from a strain, like a weight in it.

His head is heavy. [Gn.]

Headache in the occiput, which compels him to lie down.

On bending the head forwards a pressure forwards combined with heaviness in the occiput, which only goes off when he bends the head backwards (aft. 2.3/4 h.. [Htn.]

Aching pain in the right side of the occiput which partly spreads to the front; on pressing on it with the open hand and on turning the head it became more violent, all day (aft. 7.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

50. Aching pain in the brain behind the left ear (aft. 3 h.). [Gn.]

In the right side of the occiput a painful pressure outwards (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

A pressure as from a weight from above downwards in the head, or as if he had a blow on the top.

Intermittent pressure as with a blunt point, deep in the left side of the crown, so that he cannot tell the precise spot (aft. 7 d.). [Gss.]

Dull headache with pressure over the orbits and stitches behind the ears, in the afternoon for four hours. [Trn.]

55. In the morning on awaking, severe headache, a pressure in the forehead so that she was quite stupefied and could not open the eyes; on account of the pain she could scarcely speak, the slightest movement increased it.

Violent headache; a forcing and pressing upwards in the crown, for three days.

Hard pressure on the left side of the forehead. [Hrr.]

A violent out-pressing pain in the right frontal protuberance (aft. 2 h.). [Htn.]

An aching in the forehead as after a debauch. [Myr.]

60. A hard pressure above the left temple extending to the occiput, with dread of moving. [Myr.]

Squeezing pressure in and on the right temple, more violent on moving (aft. ¾ h.). [Hrr.]

A violent pressure outwards in the right temple (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Hrr.]

A squeezing pressure in the right temple. [Gss.]

Pain in the whole brain as if it were compressed (aft. 34 h.). [Gn.]

65.Squeezing pressure on both parietal bone, worse when moving. [Hrr.]

Pain as if both temples were pressed towards one another, as if violently pinched together by forceps. [Hrr.]

Boring aching pain in the left temple. [Fz.]

Headache as if holes were bored through the skull, especially in the crown. [Fr.H-n.]

Digging boring pain in the right side of the occiput (aft. 2 h.). [Gn.]

70. In the left temple a regularly intermitting, squeezing pressive pain as with a blunt hard body. [Gss.]

Drawing pressure in the right parietal and occipital bones more violent when moving. [Hrr.]

Tearing and squeezing pressure in the brain here and there (aft. 7 h.). [Hrr.]

Tearing pressure in the occiput aggravated by noise and by the slightest movement. [Hrr.]

Pressure in the occiput as if he lay on something hard. [Myr.]

75. Drawing in the left temple and tragus, which becomes an aching pain on moving (aft. ½ h.). [Ws.]

Tearing in the vertex and occiput. [Hrr.]

Tearing in the left temple to the forehead, aggravated by movement (aft. ¼ h.). [Hrr.]

In the evening in bed, headache in both temples as if they were constricted in single jerks (tearings). [Fz.]

80. Obtuse shooting pain out at the middle of the forehead.[Gn.]

In the right temple an obtuse stab, as from a blunt arrow, darts deep into the brain in frequent attacks. [Gss.]

Single sharp blows in the right temple. [Htn.]

Violent shooting pain in the right temporal region which extended into the right eye. [Myr.]

A severe shooting in the right temple. [Htn.]

85. A sharp, long-continued stitch externally on the vertex, increased by touching.

Shooting drawing on the vertex, that is allayed pressure with the hand (aft. 20 m.). [Ws.]

Burning headache at the top of the brain.

On the head a burning stitch. [Fz.]

Burning sensation on the right side of the hairy scalp (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

90. Dull pain on the hairy scalp.(aft. 3 h.). [Gn.]

The hairy scalp is painful when touched, as his hair were pulled, a kind of sore pain.

A painful elevation is formed on the scalp; he feel as if the hair were pulled at the part – when touched there was pain as if bruised.

Sensation of coldness on the hairy scalp. [Hrr.]

Drawing pain in the occipital bone, every day; but on pain was caused by touching.

95.Aching pain on the occiput, as though he had lain on a hard stone, diminished by external friction. [Myr.]

Pressive pain on the right temple (aft. 30 h.). [Gn.]

On the occiput where the muscles of the nape are inserted, pain, as if they were bruised. [Fz.]

A drawing shooting aching in the nape, which extends unnoticed to the occiput, and there goes off (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

A twitching sensation in the nape, when at rest, but more frequently on raising up the head (from 6 to 8 d.). [Bch.]

100. Feeling of stiffness of the nape, when at rest, going off on moving (aft. 8 h.). [Htn.]

A painful aching on the left side of the neck, as if it would become sore internally, but which is not aggravated either by swallowing or by speaking (aft. 3.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

A pinching pain on a small point on the neck. [Htn.]

Pressure in front and at both sides of the neck (aft. 4 h.). [Hrr.]

In the right cervical muscles there occurs, on turning the head, a spasmodic drawing pain extending to the right eye.

105. The right cervical muscles are very painful.

Painful stiffness in the left cervical muscles; tightness up into the head.

Burning sore pain on the side of the nape (aft. 9 h.). [Fz.]

Great pressure from the forehead down to the nose.

Aching and gnawing on the forehead at the root of the nose (aft. 5 h.). [Fz.]

110. Itching erosion on the forehead. [Ws.]

Burning pain on the skin of the left side of the forehead (aft. 57 h.). [Gn.]

Warm feeling on side of the frontal bone. [Fz.]

A large pimple on the forehead which came sore pain when touched and when let alone.

Fine, very transient drawing through the left cheek into the inner ear (aft. ¾ h.). [Ws.]

115. Heat of that half of the face on which he has not lain. [Fz.]

(During a heat in the face, felt on touching it, a tension of the skin of the face, as if white of egg had dried on it.)

In the morning immediately after rising, paleness of the face and tendency to stare (aft. 17 h.). [Bch.]

Paleness of the face. [Fr.H-n.]

Crawling and creeping, as if a small insect ran about on the face and on some parts of the body. [Hrr.]

120. Burning pain on a small spot on the left cheek. [Fr.H-n.]

Eruption of some large pimples on the face.

Eruption of large pimples on the face.

Red pimples on the face, cheeks and nose, smaller than a lentil, filled with a little pus; they itch especially when touched (aft. 3 d.). [Hrr.]

Dilatation of the pupils (aft. ½ h.), and then contraction (aft. 1 h.), which lasted sixteen hours. [Frn.]

125. The pupils became very contracted, without diminution of the power of vision (aft. ¾ h.).

Contracted pupils (aft. ½ h.), for several days. [Stf.]

Dilated pupils for six hours (aft. 3 h.). [Myr.]

Dilatation of the pupils (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.H-n.]

The pupil of the right eye became uncommonly dilated, so that the whole iris seemed to disappear (aft. 2 m.); the more he strained the eyes to see, the larger the pupil became, and after seven days it was four times larger than that of the left eye, which remained constantly normal. [Bch.]

130. Very greatly dilated pupils (aft. 8.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

The eyes are glassy and dull (aft. 4 h.). [Trn.]

The eyes are quite lusterless (aft. 6 h.). [Hrr.]

Dull sunken eyes (aft. 5 h.). [Hrr.]

Blue rings round the eyes. [Hrr.]

135. The eyes are surrounded with blue borders. [Myr.]

Staring look. [Hrr.]

Heaviness of the eyelids as if they would close (immediately). [Gss.]

Pressive squeezing in the left superior orbital border. [Gss.]

Aching and burning in the eyes; in the evening she cannot look into the light; but they are not gummed up in the morning.

140. Very transient burning in the left eye, as if something pungent had been smelt (aft. 1 h.). [Myr.]

Pain as if the eyeballs were forcibly pressed together and into the head. [Gss.]

Pressure in both eyes backwards (aft. 9 h.). [Hrr.]

Sudden pain in the left eye, as if a grain of sand were pressing on it, or as if a pimple were there. [Fz.]

Burning in the integuments of the eye all day, and burning itching in the inner canthus.

145. Pressure on the left lower eyelid (aft. ¼ h.). [Hrr.]

Pressure on the right eyelid and feeling of heaviness in it. [Hrr.]

Inflammation of the eye, a stye on the upper eyelid (aft. 24 h.).

Burning under the upper eyelid.

A burning under in the inner canthus, usually in the afternoon, just as if too much air and light penetrated to that part; on closing the eyes it is less.

150. In the morning he has dry eye-gum on the lids, and on clearing this away they smart.

(The eyes are gummed up.)

A constant pressure on the eyes, as from looking long at one object, which compels him to close the eyes (aft. ¾ h.). [Htn.]

The eyes feel as if pressed out, on account of which he must often wink (aft. ½ h.). [Hrr.]

A pressure on the eyes as if they were too large and had not room in their orbits; the eyes are immovable as if he had not slept enough, and at the same time the head feels stupid. [Myr.]

155. Swelling and redness of the lower eyelids. [Lr.]

Swelling of the lower eyelids. [Myr.]

Swelling under the lower eyelids. [Myr.]

The lower eyelid twitches towards the inner canthus (aft. 9 h.). [Ws.]

Shooting drawing through all the eyelids, from one canthus to the other, together with sharp pricks in the canthi themselves, and around the orbits (aft. 14 h.). [Ws.]

160. In the morning on opening the eyes they are painful; she cannot keep them open long.

Both eyes had a glassy look, and the eyeballs were very and almost involuntary mobils, chiefly when staring before him. [Bch.]

A dull, sometimes shooting, sometimes burning, sometimes burning shooting pain forced the right eyeball towards its outer canthus; he could not then see anything with this eye, it seemed to him as if he were looking over an illmitable expanse of snow running up a hill, on which fiery shining points occasionally fell; when this had occurred several times the ebecame fiery and the falling points dazzling white (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Bch.]

Quick stitches like electric shocks under the right eyelid; he must close the eyes. [Myr.]

Aching stitches like electric shocks under the right eyelid; he must close the eyes. [Myr.]

Aching pain under the lower left eyelid; it became violent by pressing on it with the finger and then went off immediately. [Gn.]

165. Sharp shooting in the thin osseous wall of the orbit towards the root of the nose. [Myr.]

A burning in the eyes, and the tears that occasionally came scalded still severely (aft. 6 d.). [Bch.]

Pain rather smarting than burning in the eyes, especially in the evening by candle light.

The inner borders of the eyelids are very cold, observed when shutting the eyes (aft. ½ h.). [Htn.]

Both eyes water. [Htn.]

170. Smarting water runs out of the eyes (aft. some h.).

A yellow spot in the white of the eye, towards the inner canthus, but more towards the cornea; at the same time a dimness of vision, which, however went off when he shaded the eye with his hand (causing the pupil to dilate). [Myr.]

Dimness of the eyes; of she looks long at one place, there comes a flickering before the eyes; it commences to ache in the inner canthus – if she then rubs the eye, tears come, and the dimness goes off.

Weakness of the eyes, more in the forenoon than in the afternoon; distant objects seemed enveloped in a mist, and only became more distant on straining the sight; but every object which was somewhat illuminated dazzled him and caused aching in the eyes – the same happened when he suddenly came into the dark.

He sees better in the distance. (Curative reaction.)

175. When reading by candle light, glittering before the eyes.

Roaring before the ears, especially the right ear (aft. 15 h.).

Roaring before the ears, with hardness of hearing.

Crying in the ear on blowing the nose.

Ringing like bells in the right ear. [Myr.]

180. In both ears he did not hear a watch hung at a moderate distance, held at three spans from the ear he heard the ticking distinctly; but when held close to the ear he hear only a hissing in the ear itself, but not the ticking (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Bch.]

The watch which in his usual state he heard at a distance of twenty paces, he could only hear at a distance of twenty paces, he could only hear at a distance of ten paces (aft. 6 d.). [Bch.]

At every stroke of the bell and at every musical note he felt stitches in his ears, like earache, also when he himself sang; but nonmusical sounds and noises, like the rattling of carriages, shutting of doors and the like caused no stitches, and he was quite indifferent to them (aft. 53 h.). [Bch.]

Musical notes were and continued to be intolerable to him, though they did not cause pain in the ear. [Bch.]

Spasmodic drawing pain in the left ear. [Bch.]

185. A long continued fine prick deep in the right ear (aft. 30 h.).

Burning stitches in the ears.

Drawing pain in the left cheek and stitches in the ears.

Drawing in the right internal and external meatus. [Hrr.]

Tearing in the external and internal meatus of the ears (aft. 30 h.). [Myr.]

190. (Both ears are swollen, hot, with burning and itching).

Twitching tearing, sometimes only simple tearing, in the left auricle. [Hrr.]

Painful drawing, as it were spasmodic pain in the right auricle (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

An almost painless stitch in the left ear that went off putting in the finger (aft. 6.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Itching pricks in the interior of the right ear, continuing while moving the lower jaw (aft. 27 h.). [Gn.]

195. Pricking itching on the lobe of the right ear (aft. 2 h.). [Fz.]

Fine twitching on the right ear lobe (aft. 3 h.). [Ws.]

A large red lump behind the lobe of the ear, with sore pain per se, but much violent when touched.

(A creeping and burning in the nose.)

Itching in the point of the nose; he must scratch there. [Myr.]

200. A pimple on point of the nose, with throbbing sensation in it; it is also painful when touched.

The dorsum of the nose is swollen and studded with red spots, and there are red spots on its side which go away and come again, accompanied by tensive sensation. [Myr.]

On the lower part of the septum of the nose an itching scab.

Epistaxis and frequent blowing of blood from the nose.

(Pus flows out of the nose.)

205. (Mucus stops up the nose).

On the right side of the upper lip an oblique chap, as if he had cut himself, with sore pain, especially on moving the lip, for several days. [Stf.]

In the red part of the upper lip, a point with obtuse shooting and creeping as if gone to sleep (aft. 32 h.). [Fz.]

(Pimples on the red of the upper and lower lips, which cause burning pain.)

(On the red of the upper and lower lips, ulcerous, depressed spots, which came a tensive and smarting pain, even without moving the lips; they become covered by a dark-coloured skin, which is readily detached by washing; they then bleed, and when touched there is sore and smarting pain in them.)

210. Yellowish-brown, scabby eruption containing pus in the lower lip, towards the commissure of the mouth, without pain, for days. [Fr.-H-n.]

Eruption on the border of the lower lip, not far from the angle of the mouth.

The lower lip is burst in the middle.

Violent burning pain in the right lower lip, persisting also when moving it (aft. 5, 8.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Burning pain on the left side of the lower lip (aft. 12 h.). [Gn.]

215. Burning pain in the skin of the cheek near the right angle of the mouth (aft. 27 h.). [Gn.]

Obtuse pressive, drawing pain on the right angle of the lower jaw (aft. 7 h.). [Gn.]

Pain as if the right lower jaw were forced out of its joint in front of the ear, even when the part is not moved – but more severe when chewing. [Hrr.]

Pain on touching the gland under the left angle of the lower jaw.

When he chews anything he gets a cold (in the morning, painfully cold) sensation in the roots of the molars especially, which goes off after eating. [Htn.]

220. The teeth are on edge, as from a corrosive acid.

The whole of the gums are painful when touched, as if sore, and they bleed when rubbed.

Bleeding of the gums, on the slightest touch.

The inner surface of the gums is swollen and painful when eating and on being touched.

Great bleeding from a hollow tooth.

225. Pain of the wisdom tooth.

In a hollow tooth a tingling like tingling burning.

Burning pain in the incisors, at night.

Jerking tearing in the right upper molars, neither increased nor diminished by chewing.

Boring shooting pains in the teeth, which end in swelling of the cheek.

230. A tearing in the teeth up into the head as if the teeth were pressed asunder and forced out, increased by the heat of the bed, as also by hot and cold things.

Pain in the mouth as if sore and raw, when not swallowing (aft. 2 h.).

Shooting on the tip of the tongue (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Ws.]

Itching pricking on the tip of the tongue (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Ws.]

Shooting pain on the right side of the tongue (aft. 26 h.). [Gn.]

235. The tongue is quite dry (aft. 24 h.).

Dry feeling on the tongue and palate, without thirst (aft. 6 h.). [Fz.]

In the afternoon, great dryness of the mouth, with a quantity of tasteless, sticky, soapy mucus, which he often spits out. [Stf.]

Burning on several points of the tongue as if something corrosive had got upon it, without external alteration of it (aft. 6 h.). [Ws.]

Dryness of the palate, without thirst (aft. 6 h.). [Fz.]

240. He could not swallow well; he felt as if something had got behind the palate (aft. 10 h.). [Myr.]

Burning posteriorly on the velum pendulum palati as if it were inflamed and sore (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Painful soreness on the velum pendulum palati and rawness in the throat, felt especially when expiring (aft. 6.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Feeling of swelling and soreness at the posterior nares (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Nausea in the palate. [Hrr.]

245. Soreness in the throat, when not swallowing.

On swallowing, sore sensation in the throat.

Throat as if raw, she must hawk; it is painful when talking and swallowing.

Sore throat; pain on the left side, like an abscess, throbbing, tensive, and as dry on that part, when not swallowing; speaking is difficult for him; when swallowing there occurrs a scrapy sore pain extending to the ears, where, at the same time, there is scrapy shooting pain.

Inflammation of the throat (with a vesicle causing smarting pain).

250. When swallowing the saliva, an aching stitch, which lasts as long as the swallowing continues.

When swallowing food, shooting in the throat.

When swallowing bread, it feels scrapy in the throat.

The mouth always comes full of water, with excitation of nausea on the chest. [Fz.]

Great secretion of sourish saliva in the mouth. [Trn.]

255. Constant sourish taste in the mouth. [Trn.]

Much frothy saliva in the mouth of a harsh taste (aft. 2 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

Putrid, steamy taste in the mouth.

Putrid flat taste in the mouth. [Gn.]

In the morning he has still the taste of food in his mouth, especially of bread.

260. Long after-taste of bread that had been eaten, with some scrapiness in the throat.

He loathed even the sight and smell of black bread; the smell of sour things was most repulsive to him; even when eating the sourness of the bread was repugnant to him and almost made him vomit (aft. 24 h.). [Bch.]

In the forenoon, herb-like taste in the mouth, breakfast has the same taste.

Bread tastes as bitter as gall, otherwise the taste in the mouth is normal. [Fr.H-n.]

In the morning he is thirsty and slimy and oily in the mouth.

265. Intense thirst. [Fr.H-n.]

An almost insatiable thirst for cold milk. [Bch.]

Much thirst for beer after the abdominal pains, all day. [Myr.]

Anorexia. [Hrr.]

Food has a very slight but not altered taste. [Fr.H-n.]

270. After and during eating she has confusion of the head.

Every time after eating a pressure in the stomach, as if there were a down-pressing weight in it; at the same time drowsiness, so that he can do no work.

After a meal (breakfast) she was overcome by such exhaustion that she fell down and had to be carried to bed (but without unconsciousness or cold perspiration)(aft. 10 d.).

After eating pressure in the stomach and great drowsiness, the same after drinking; after eating he felt as heavy as lead in the stomach.

Pressure in the stomach, even before eating, and also after eating, which is aggravated by movement.

275. After eating his head is confused, for two hours.

After eating frequent and a persistent eructation of air, each time preceded by rumbling in the region of the stomach. [Trn.]

After a meal the abdomen feels immediately full, and yet the appetite is tolerable.

Frequent eructation of air. [Ws.]

Incomplete, disagreeable eructation (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

280. Sourish eructation, an hour after a meal. [fz.]

Burning, sourish eructation without taste, which us not audible, and does not rise up as high as the mouth (aft. 3 h.). [Bch.]

He is full, uncomfortable, and anxious.

Sickness in the region of the stomach (immediately). [Trn.]

A twisting in the stomach (after eating), then very severe nausea, so that she must lie down in bed. [Fr.H-n.]

285. Vomiting of food, and then almost every hour vomiting day and night, until the morning. [Fr.H-n.]

Grumbling and rumbling in the region of the stomach (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

Audible rumbling in the abdominal cavity. [Bch.]

Aching and pressing in the hypochondria, which causes him great anxiety, as though he could not live long (chiefly when standing)(aft 38 h.). [Fz.]

Under the short ribs a periodical aching squeezing. [Gss.]

290. After walking some times an aching squeezing just above the liver, below the ribs and thence into the umbilical region (aft. 10 h.). [Gss.]

(Feeling of weight of the liver.)

Boring pain in the one spot of the hepatic region.

Towards the left side, under the false ribs, a squeezing (aft. 5 m.). [Gss.]

(When walking in the open air) a burning and soreness in the umbilical region.

295. In the navel a periodical aching squeezing. [Gss.]

In the umbilical region a persistent severe aching squeezing (aft. 10 m.). [Gss.]

A burning pain in the stomach which commenced under the scrobiculus cordis and spread thence towards the left. [Myr.]

Tensive pain in the upper part of the abdomen, which almost took away his breath (aft. 6.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Round about the umbilical region and also on many other parts of the body and limbs, intermittent pressive, obtuse pricks, as with a blunt point. [Gss.]

300. Fine intermittent pricks in the abdomen, up to the scrobiculus cordis, especially on raising up the body when sitting (aft. 9 h.). [Ws.]

Shooting pain in the abdomen, under the last left true rib, more violent during inspiration (aft. 1 h.). [Gn.]

Boring stitch in the integuments of the upper part of the abdomen, persistent during inspiration and expiration (aft. 4 h.). [Gn.]

Incarcerated flatulence.

Distension of the abdomen and sensation of fullness, though he does not feel flatulence (aft. ½ h.). [Trn.]

305. The abdomen is much inflated by wind; but after a single discharge of flatus of moderate amount the abdomen immediately resumed its usual state (aft. 1 h.). [Htn.]

Flatulence and discharge of flatus to a much greater extent than

When he bends forwards or backwards he has a gurgling in the abdomen, as if it contained water; also when touching the abdomen there is a squashing and gurgling in it.

Loud rumbling in the whole abdomen, especially in upper part, only when lying. [Gn.]

Pressure on several parts of the hypogastrium. [Hrr.]

310. Out-pressing pain in the right groin, as if a hernia would occur, when walking, more violent when pressing on it with the hand, lasting a quarter of an hour. [Gn.]

An extremely violent pinching contraction of the bowels from both sides of the umbilical region (aft. 4 h.). [Htn.]

Bellyache, like griping and pinching in the umbilical region (when sitting) not followed by stool. [Myr.]

Before going to sleep cutting pinching in the abdomen, as if diarrhoea would come on, in the evening. [Fz.]

Attacks of cutting pain transversely through the abdomen. [Fz.]

315. Cutting pains in the abdomen, with drawing pain in the pelvis, at night.

Squeezing pain in the abdomen, in the evening, when taking a walk (aft. 36 h.).

Cutting pain in the abdomen, when walking. [Fz.]

Quite lowdown in the hypogastrium, just above the groin, a shooting, only when changing his position, when commencing, to walk or on sitting down.

Single gurgling jerks in the right groin.

320. Cutting pain in the left groin (aft. 11 h.). [Gn.]

Cutting pain in the abdomen, and at the same time a blunt-pointed pressive pain the coccyx (aft. 10 h.). [Gn.]

Tensive shooting pain in the whole of the right side of the abdomen and thorax, so that it almost took away his breath (aft. 10.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Needle pricks in the abdominal muscles on the left side (aft. ¼ h.). [Ws.]

An itching erosion above the rectum, on the coccyx.

325. Itching prick on the outer circumference of the anus (aft. ¾ h.).

Tearing pain in the anus and on the penis, in the evening and morning.

In the rectum tearing pain and diarrhoeic irritation, not followed by stool. [Fz.]

In the morning on going to stool a contraction of the bowels, followed by a smarting in the rectum.

After evacuation of the bowels a long forcing and tenesmus, without bellyache; the first faeces were always hard, the following pappy. [Trn.]

330. Ineffectual urging to stool for twenty-four hours, then difficult evacuation of the bowels; the following day there was no stool. [Fz.]

Evacuation of the bowels only after thirty-two hours; the first

The first six days a daily motion of the bowels, then for several days only one stool in forty-eight hours, later on only every seventy hours.

Hard stool (aft. 5 h.). [Gn.]

Very hard stool passed with difficulty (aft. 30 h.). [Fz.]

335. Stool hard and broken up. [Myr.]

Stool soft and frequent (aft. 72 h.). [Bch.]

With the feeling as if flatus would be discharged, there comes quickly and involuntarily a rather pappy bright yellow stool.

Every two or three hours a soft stool (aft. 24 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

A diarrhoea that does not weaken.

340. Whitish-grey, diarrhoeic stool.

Four diarrhoeic stools, one every quarter of an hour, with be(aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

Painful spasmodic contraction of the bladder, without urging to urinate. [htn.]

Urging to make water, as often as eight time during the day, and two or three times at night.

Urging to urinate, with scanty discharge of urine (aft. ½, ¾, 3 h.).

345. Urging to urinate, and at the same time burning.

An urging in the urethra and rectum, as form acrid water (aft. 14 d.).

No urine passed the first seven hours, then frequent micturition, but the urine passed is not so much n quantity as usual, with a disagreeable, almost burning sensation at the neck of the bladder. [Myr.]

The urine is like limpid water. [Ws.]

In the forenoon no urine is passed, but in the afternoon (aft. 10, 14 h.) more frequent discharge of a watery urine, which he is often unable to retain. [Fz.]

350. On the discharge of the last portion of urine he feels as if a pressive weight lay in the hypogastrium and pressed down towards the genitals (aft. ½ h.). [Gss.]

The second day the urine is passed very frequently, but is dark coloured and a cloud forms in it. [Fz.]

He must urinate frequently and each time copiously (aft. 24 h.), for many days. [Htn.]

Frequent micturition (aft. 24 h.).

Diuresis, with cutting burning in the urethra and spasmodic pain in the sacrum.

355. During the two last days more frequent and copious urinary discharge. [Htn.]

Quite pale urine, which immediately forms a thick whitish cloud (aft. some d.). [Gss.]

When urinating a burning (and thereupon increase of the gonorrhoeal discharge).

Great burning in the urethra, whereby the discharge of the urine is delayed; afterwards he had always renewed irritation to urinate.

A burning when passing water, and a cutting before it came, the urine did not some immediately but he had ineffectual urging to urinate for half a minute.

360. (A drawing in the urethra extending to the anus.)

A shooting in front of the urethra, when not urinating (immediately).

A creeping in the urethra, when not urinating (immediately).

A creeping in the urethra, when not urinating.

Creeping itching downwards, posteriorly on the external skin of the penis (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Feeling of heaviness in the glans penis, especially when urinating. [Hrr.]

365. Itching pricking on the glans penis (aft. 28 h.). [Hrr.]

Itching creeping under the glans penis on the sternum.

A creeping near the frenum under the glans penis; small vesicles broke out there, which exuded and itched.

Vesicles near the frenum which itch only when pressed.

A burning cutting in the glans penis, with an out-pressing pain in both groins.

370. Fine pricking on the point of the penis (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

(On the condylomata heat and burning.)

On the condylomata sore pain when walking and sitting.

Painful pricks at the end of the urethra. [Ws.]

Sore pain on the scrotum. [Fz.]

375. Itching long prick at the end of the urethra. [ws.]

A drawing sore pain in the testicles as from something excoriated.

Pressive pain on both testicles worse when touched and when walking. [Hrr.]

An eruption of small red pimples on the anterior surface of the scrotum and the posterior lower part of the penis with feeling of heat there (aft. 32 h.).; the hairs on the genitals fell out to some extent (aft. 52 h.). [Bch.]

A creeping on the scrotum, as from ants, which after scratching changes into burning and sore pain (aft. 2.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

380. Burning tearing in the left testicle and burning in the prostate gland, with frequent erections (aft. 8 h.). [Fz.]

Loss of sexual desire.

Great stiffness of the penis without sexual desire.

Swelling of the penis for several minutes, without amorous excitement either from thoughts, or words or acts (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

Nocturnal seminal emission, without erection of the penis (the 1st night).

385. (The catamenia that had ceased for several months, came on again at full moon.)

Leucorrhoea after the catamenia, lasting some days.

(Catarrhal fever, all his limbs are painful and he has no relish for food.)

A contractive pain that seemed to narrow the pit of the throat, worse when bending the neck, for ten minutes (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Great hoarseness.

390. Roughness in the throat, that impedes talking. [Fr.H-n.]

Sometimes an irritation as to cough, which, however, only causes a couple of stitches in the palate, but no actual cough.

Irritation to cough from a tickling in the pit of the throat.

In the morning cough with whitish-yellow expectoration.

(Before the cough comes, he cries out about pains in the abdomen.)

395. Headache as if the skull would burst, from coughing.

Along with fluent coryza and cough, burning in the chest and up into the throat as far as the mouth, even when she did not cough.

Dry cough; the irritation and tickling that caused it were felt deep in just above the scrobiculus cordis; in the evening after lying down the cough is worst. [Fr.H-n.]

Severe cough, which causes heaving as if to vomit, but without pain. [Fr.H-n.]

A creeping pain in the chest, as also during any movement and on touching.

400. Pain in the chest as from exhaustion, as if it arose from prolonged sitting, through the whole chest – ameliorated by walking.

Obtuse stitches in the middle of the sternum (aft. 4 h.). [Gn.]

A shooting in the lower part of the right side of the chest, when sitting, on drawing in the breath, which goes off on walking.

Obtuse shooting on the left side betwixt the lowest false rib and the pelvis, which appears to spread over the abdomen, more violent during inspiration. [Hrr.]

Sharp stitches in the region of the first right false rib (aft. 34 h.). [Hrr.]

405. Difficult, tightened breathing, with small stitches between the short ribs of both sides, chiefly the left (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

In the upper region of the chest under the right arm, a sharp shooting, which takes away the breath for instants, as when one falls suddenly into the water (aft. 3, 4 h.). [Myr.]

Boring, obtuse stitch in the left side of the chest, continued; more violent during inspiration (aft. 1/44 h.). [Gn.]

(A severe pressure all over the chest waking him up out of sleep at night, which extended to the abdomen and went off after a discharge of flatus.)

Pinching shooting in the whole chest (aft. 3 h.). [Gn.]

410. Boring pinching in the left side of the chest, persisting during inspiration and expiration (aft. 3.1/4 h.). [Gn.]

Pressure and oppression behind the sternum, whereby inspiration is rendered difficult (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

In the right side, in the region of the seventh rib, a pressive squeezing. [Gss.]

In the region of the seventh rib, not far from the sternum, an intermitting, pressive squeezing. [Gss.]

In the region of the left nipple, a pressive squeezing. [Gss.]

415. Oppression of the chest; the chest is contracted, with attendant stitches (in the afternoon).

Painful oppression of the chest on commencing to walk. [Stf.]

Pain in the chest, as if constricted.

Squeezing pressure under the last right false rib, anteriorly in the region of the sternum (aft. 3 h.). [Hrr.]

Squeezing pressure opposite the right nipple under the right axilla (aft. 23 h.). [Hrr.]

420. Pressive pain in the left side of the chest, most severe during inspiration and expiration (aft. 10 h.). [Gn.]

Pressive pain in the middle of the chest, most severe when expiring; he felt as if the sternum would be pressed out; on pressing the hand on the sternum the pain was more violent, as also on stooping, coughing, &c., for an hour (aft. 25 h.). [Gn.]

Burning on the chest, externally.

Sharp pressure in the left mammary gland (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

Sensation on the side of the chest as if the ribs were beaten in (aft. 2 h.). [Fz.]

425. Cutting pressure on the left side of the chest on breathing deeply. [ws.]

A burning in the chest causes her to cough.

Burning cutting pain in the left breast (when sitting), more severe when touched (aft. 9 h.). [Myr.]

Burning sore pain internally on the last rib (aft. 7 h.). [Fz.]

Burning on the chest. [Fr.H-n.]

430. An itching pricking as from many fleas, betwixt the mammae, owing to which she awoke about midnight and could neither lie nor sit still on of it, but had to get out of bed and walk about the room for an hour. [Fr.H-n.]

Itching erosion on the right side at the false ribs, which excites hacking cough. [Hrr.]

After each starting up out of sleep, palpitation of the heart.

Red pimples on the neck, chest and back, particularly above the scapulae, which are only sensitive when touched or when rubbed by the clothes (especially those on the sternum), and which show themselves chiefly in the evening, but have partially disappeared in the morning; some of them last a fortnight. [Ws.]

Itching erosion on several parts of the trunk and thigh, sometimes in one place sometimes in another. [Hrr.]

435. Itching erosion in the region of the limber vertebrae, which excites scratching. [Hrr.]

On lifting there occurred a stitch over the hip into the loins, which persisted while sitting; it went off at once on moving.

Itching prick above the anus, on the coccyx for some minutes (aft. 8 h.). [Gn.]

Fine pricks above the anus, on the coccyx and sternum (aft. ¼ h.). [Ws.]

Just above the sacrum a place where there is burning pain.

440. On rising up after cowering down, a severe stitch in the sacrum.

In the sacrum a lively pain, like drawing and pressing , sometimes tearing – only distinctly felt when standing (aft. 5.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Intermittent quick drawing and aching sacral pain, mostly when standing, less when walking, which goes off by pressing on it, sitting down, and also when stooping. [Fz.]

Intermittent tearing sacral pain after rising up from stooping, but quickly drawing in jerks when he stands still. [Fz.]

At night tearing pain in the back.

445. Pinching pain in the middle of the spine (aft. 6 h.). [Ws.]

Small violent jerking stitches on the middle of the spine (aft. ¼ h.). [Htn.]

In the dorsal vertebrae painful drawing, as if they were bruised, chiefly when sitting (aft. 4 h.). [Fz.]

Painful tearing on the left scapula, when sitting, with the body bent forwards (aft. 26 h.). [Fz.]

Eruption on the scapula, which does not itch, but is painful when touched.

450. Under the apex of the scapula a slight drawing and pressure on the bone, like gnawing. [Fz.]

Squeezing pressure on the top of the right shoulder. [Hrr.]

In the shoulder-joint drawing and throbbing.

Tearing in the left shoulder and left hand.

Here and there on the arm and shoulder a burning pain, as from a red-hot coal.

455. In the forenoon a weakness in the arm, so that it trembled.

The (injured) arm becomes stiff and painful on every movement; the hand becomes as heavy as lead; in the ulcer there is a jerking and shooting, and in the ball of the thumb and in the fingers there is a tearing and shooting; the hand feels an internal burning pain; on allowing the arm to hang down the blood rushes into the hand.

Drawing in both arms, from the shoulder downwards.

An itching prick on the right upper arm, which did not quite go off by scratching (aft. 1 h.). [Gn.]

Muscular twitching on the left upper arm, above the bend of the elbow, which went off on moving (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Gn.]

460. Very painful twitching tearing in the limbs, in the arms, fingers, &c. [Gss.]

Paralytic squeezing pressure on the right upper arm anteriorly, more violent when touched (aft. 13 h.). [Hrr.]

Paralytic pressure on the left upper arm, posteriorly, more violent when touched. [Hrr.]

A feeling of icy coldness on the right upper arm. [Myr.]

The forearms are painful, as if bruised, when he leans upon the table with them (aft. 26 h.). [Fz.]

465. A drawing from the elbow to the shoulder.

In the points of both elbows a burning sensation.

Drawing cutting pain in the elbow-joint, in the wrist-joints, and the proximal finger-joints.

The elbow-joint is painful to the touch.

Under the elbow, on the outer side of the forearm, a paralytic pain, which, however, does not prevent the movement of the arm.

470. Sharp shooting boring pains on the inner side of the left forearm, near the bend of the elbow, worst when at rest (aft. 37 h.). [Gn.]

Painful squeezing heaviness in the right forearm. [Htn.]

Squeezing pressure on the forearm, on the inner side inferiorly (aft. 4 h.). [Hrr.]

Sensation of stiffness and squeezing pain in the right wrist-joint more painful on moving (aft. 8 h.). [Htn.]

On the shafts of the bones of the forearm and the bones of the hand and fingers a tearing rolling upwards and downwards, sometimes an obtuse shooting therein (from the 6th to the 8th d.). [Bch.]

475. The hands tremble when writing, he cannot keep them quiet, and he feels a creeping and itching in them (aft. 3 h.). [Ws.]

Pinching pain above the right wrist-joint (aft. 4 h.). [Ws.]

Tearing across the right wrist-joint (aft. 10 h.). [Myr.]

Rough, corrugated, dry skin of the hands.

Itching on the backs of both palms (aft. ½ h.). [Fr.H-n.]

Drawing shooting pains in the muscles of the right palm (aft. 4.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

Drawing shooting pains in the muscles of the left palm. [Htn.]

Pricks in the finger-joints.

Tearing in the thumb and index of the right hand, especially in the joints; on moving them there occurrs a kind of tension, a feeling as if the tendons were too short. [Hrr.]

485. Tearing in the middle and index fingers of the right hand (aft. 2 h.). [Hrr.]

Tearing in the left ring finger. [Hrr.]

Violent sharp shooting tearing in the proximal phalanx of the right middle finger (aft. 8.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Among the metacarpal bones an exostosis, very painful per se, especially at night, most painful when touched.)

Pinching, squeezing pain between the right metacarpal bones, as if they were squeezed together (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

490. A kind of cramp pain in the fingers of the left hand, during which, however, movement remains free. [Gss.]

On the little finger a painful aching drawing, especially at the joint, which goes off when he bends the extended fingers into the hand. [Fz.]

During the chill one side of the left index quite dies away and is softer to the touch, so that it seems as if a hard line ran along the finger between the living and the dead parts (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

Pimple-like red spots on the backs of the fingers, without sensation. [Bch.]

Red papules, the size of a pin’s head (latterly with a white elevation in their centre), on the backs and sides of the fingers and between the fingers, without any sensation, which lasted five days (aft. 11 d.). [Fz.]

495. The fingers became cold, yellow, corrugated and as if asleep, and at the same time the pulse was slow, very small, and could scarcely be felt (aft. 13 h.). [Myr.]

Intermittent, obtuse stitches in the ball of the left thumb. [Gss.]

Fine pricking through the back of the right thumb extending to beneath the nail (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Ws.]

Erosive itching on the middle finger of the left hand, which went off, for a short time only, after scratching. [Gss.]

A boil on the natis.

500. When walking crampy drawing in the left natis. [Fz.]

Itching twitching in both glutei muscles above the coccyx (aft. 28 h.). [Gn.]

Feeling as if bruised in the hips, thighs, arms, and nape like gnawing pains; at the same time repeated single tearing stitches in all these parts at once; the stitches occur each time he commences to walk, and especially to go up stairs; the bruised pain, however, is persistent whilst sitting, standing, and walking (aft. 53 h.). [Bch.]

A stretching and bruised pain in the hip-joint, worse on moving. [Bch.]

After sitting, a heaviness and as it were paralysis in the left hip-joint, on commencing to walk, which however, goes off after continuing to move (aft. 24 h.). [Htn.]

505. In the trochanter, a pain when walking and touching, as if broken.

Tearing pain in the thigh some inches below the hip, which seems to go up from the hough, but is not relieved by pressing on it. [Fz.]

Below the hip a tearing pressive pain upwards in the thigh and at the same time on the tibia (immediately). [Fz.]

Bruised pain in the muscles of the thigh.

In the posterior muscles of the thigh a burning sensation, when standing, which goes off on walking (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

510. Pressure as with a blunt bit of wood posteriorly on the thigh. [Hrr.]

Severe stitches in the thigh, on moving, but chiefly when sitting down and rising up from the seat.

Boring obtuse stitch in the left thigh, near the inguinal ring., when at rest (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Pressive cramp-pain in the right thigh (aft. 2 d.). [Hrr.]

When walking the thigh and legs feel as if bruised. [Myr.]

515. When sitting an anxious weariness in the thighs; in order to relieve it he must constantly move the legs. [Myr.]

The thighs across their middle are as if bruised., only when walking; he feels as if they would break in the middle, so that he must stagger. [Myr.]

A very sharp pressure in the muscles of the right thigh down to the knee (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Ws.]

Painful pulsating twitching from the middle of the thigh to the knee (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Ws.]

Pressure as with the finger, a hand’s above both knees (aft. ¼ h.). [Hrr.]

520. Pressive squeezing above the knee, on the outer side of the left thigh. [Gss.]

Pressure a hand’s breadth below both knees. [Hrr.]

Just below the left knee, a pressure, as with something blunt, a kind of squeezing, at intervals of from five to six minutes, and lasting from two to six seconds (aft. ½ h.). [Gss.]

A stretching pain in the tendons of the houghs – worse when moving – which then were painful when touched. [Bch.]

Painful drawing deep in the left knee and down towards the tibia, when on walking the weight of the body rests on one leg, and the body is about to be supported on the right leg that is moved forwards. [Gss.]

525. Shooting pain in the right patella, when at rest; worst when moving (aft. 32 h.).[Gn.]

On the knee and calf, several pimples with violent itching, by day and in the evening in bed, scratching was at first agreeable, but afterwards left a burning; the pimples ran together, became sore, spread around, and each became a small easily bleeding ulcer. [Myr.]

Spasmodic drawing in the leg, also at night in bed; she must lay the limb at one time in one place at another in another place; when it comes on by day she must get up and walk.

Perceptible pulsation in the left leg, when at rest (aft. 8.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Itching erosion on the left leg; it excites to scratching; after the scratching there is transient alleviation, and then the erosion becomes more severe than before.[Hrr.]

530. Exhaustion in the legs, when walking. [Myr.]

Aching pain in the right tibia, when at rest, which went off when walking (aft. 12 h.). [Gn.]

Sharp shooting in the lower part of the tibia (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

Spasmodic nipping in the left calf, which is removed for some time after rubbing (aft. 10 m.). [Ws.]

Cutting shooting pain in the muscles of the left calf, downwards (aft. 6.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

535. Formication on the right leg. [Gss.]

On the ankle a severe itching; the part becomes red from scratching.

Pains as if sprained, in the ankle-joint, even in bed in the morning.

(On the right inner ankle, a tensive shooting pain up towards the right foot.)

The left foot is quite numb and as if lifeless and without sensation, only when walking, not when sitting.

540. Dull paralytic pain in the left ankle-joint, when at rest, on moving there is cracking in it (aft. 15 h.). [Gn.]

Tensive sensation and gone to sleep feeling in the anterior portion of the right foot and toes (when walking). [Gn.]

Tearing stitches in the ball of the left big toe (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Squeezing pressure on the two last toes of the right foot (aft. 1 h.). [Hrr.]

Persistent boring stitch in the left little toe, when at rest and when moving (aft. 12.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

545. In the morning, sore pain on the outer side of the right foot.

In the soles a burning shooting pain, especially in the evening; but in the morning only burning in them.

Burning in the feet and soles.

Violent jerk-like stitches on the right sole (aft. 7.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

Squeezing pressure on the right sole, anteriorly (aft. 7 h.). [Hrr.]

550. Intermittent pressure on the left sole, anteriorly, in, the region of the big toe. [Hrr.]

Squeezing pressure on the left sole (aft. 3 h.). [Hrr.]

Shooting and burning in the corns for eight days.

Red spots on the upper and lower extremities, which burn like fire.

The whole body (face, hands and feet excepted) looks redder than usual; very conspicuous large red spots and places, without sensation, appear on the shoulders; broad red stripes spread over the patellae and from both hips to the navel; when the body is uncovered it is very sensitive to the open air, but the heat of the bed is pleasant; the large red spots lasted more than twenty-four hours. [Ws.]

555. On several parts of the body a violent burning pricking itching; the more he scratched the redder the part became, and the more burning and pricking was there in it afterwards.

Eruption of red, smooth pimples on the forearms and neck, surrounded by red areolae, which Per se are without sensation, but when touched are painful as if excoriated.

Miliary rash all over the body, which burns rather than itches.

(Burning pain in the ulcers.)

Every sore or injured place on the body is painful as if excoriated.

560. In the wounds, sore pain, even in the wounds of the bones.

Feeling all over the body as if something ran over the skin, mixed with some fine pricks (aft. some m.) [Ws.]

Feeling as if ants were running over the body here and there. [Hrr.]

Here and there over the body a creeping (itching) like ants running about (aft. 6 h.). [Gss.]

Itching creeping on the body and hands, in the evening after lying down. [Gss.]

565. Rapidly occurring itching here and there on the body, on the back, arms, pudendum and even on the scalp, which goes off only for instants by scratching. [Stf.]

Spasmodic drawing in the hands and feet, as if asleep, in the morning and evening.

The arms and legs go to sleep at night; he cannot then move them himself, the limbs must be moved by other from their place.

Sensation in the upper and lower extremities, as of gone to sleep, creeping and powerlessness in them.

In the morning the joints are as if bruised, in the arms, legs and nape.

570. Hand and foot as if bruised (as if paralysed).

All the pains from phosphoric acid are neither aggravated nor ameliorated by pressure with the hand. [Gss.]

Very acute pain like scraping with a knife, on the periosteum of all the shafts of the bones of the whole body (aft. 1, 2 h.). [Myr.]

All the limbs feel contracted. [Fr.H-n.]

He thinks he staggers when walking. [Fr.H-n.]

575. Exhaustion in all parts of the body. [Hrr.]

The body is unwieldy, the mind inactive.

The body exhausted, the mind depressed (the 4th d.).

He is weaker and more exhausted.

In the morning after rising, she us so exhausted (and looks pale) that she must lie down again for some time; then she feels well.

580. Exhaustion of the body (in the afternoon). [Ws.]

(A kind of epilepsy [immediately after taking the medicine]). [Fr.H-n.]

Feeling of an agitation on the blood.

Great restlessness, a forcing and driving in the blood; he is as if beside himself (aft. 4 d.).

He sweats profusely when walking.

585. Very much fatigued by a walk, exhausted and prostrated; chilliness in the house (aft. 50 h.).

When walking in the open air he sweats profusely all over, especially in the genitals.

He becomes thinner, looks wretched in the face, and has deeply set eyes.

Constant yawning and stretching of the arms, with drowsiness (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

Much yawning, during which water runs out of the eyes.

590. By day great weariness ad drowsiness, which goes off on walking; but at night she cannot go to sleep, and from evening till midnight she has heat and perspiration.

He falls irresistibly into a sound and deep sleep in the middle of writing. [Fr.H-n.]

Sopor; must sleep after dinner; he falls asleep while talking. [Myr.]

Drowsiness all day with yawning, which always makes him close his eye. [Fz.]

In the evening early sleeping; and in the morning great drowsiness for a long time.

595. He falls asleep earlier than usual, from exhaustion, and sleeps more profoundly than usual.

In the evening, great drowsiness with yawning, which always makes him close his eyes. [Fz.]

Such deep sleep that he can hardly be awoke in the m. [Htn.]

He can only fall asleep late in the evening (aft. 3 d.).

Sleep with sometimes vexatious, sometimes indifferent dreams, during which, towards morning, he lays his arms under his head, and they then go to sleep. [Fz.]

600. Ravenous hunger wakes him up at night.

(He moans much in his sleep).

(With half open eyes he wails and talks in his slumber, and his hands twitch.)

In the evening he lay for a couple of hours in bed, without being able to sleep; ciphers came before his eyes, as if he was not quite right in his head; when he rose up, this went off.

(In slumber he has sometimes a smiling sometimes a lachrymose expression, and the half open eyes are distorted.)

605. Lascivious dreams with seminal emission. [Gn.]

Sleep at night disturbed by dreams and erections.

Before midnight agreeable, after midnight very frightful but ill-remembered dreams. [Gn.]

(Wonderful dreams at night.)

All night in his dreams he occupied with the things that had last happened to him in the evening.

610. Very vivid dreams, as by day, of feasting.

Restless night with dreams full of scolding and quarrelling. [Lr.]

Vivid, gruesome dreams, not remembered in the morning. [Stf.]

Disturbing dreams.

Frequent starting up at night out of sleep, as if he fell down and into the water. [Lr.]

615. He wakes up about 1 a.m. , and though his consciousness is pretty clear, he has very gloomy, anxious, care-beset thoughts, for half an hour, whereupon he falls asleep again until the morning. [Stf.]

The first night dreams of dead people, which make him very anxious, and when he is half awake he is uncommonly fearful. [Fz.]

Restless sleep with dry heat (the 6th night).

Too early waking at night, and he cannot go to sleep again. [Fr.H-n.]

Anxious waking (the first night).

620. In the morning he can hardly be roused from sleep, and is still very drowsy.

In the morning he gets up in very bad humour, exhausted and sleepy.

Chilly feeling on the face, temples, and forehead, as if from a cool wind blowing on him, with cold feeling in the tips of the fingers, which were quite cold to the touch (aft. 1 h.). [Stf.]

Shivering over the abdomen, with cold finger tips, for two hours, without thirst, chiefly from the access of the open air , even when he merely looked out of window, without subsequent heat (aft. 2 h.). [Trn.]

Frequent cold feeling on the right check, and warm feeling on the left, without outwardly perceptible alteration of the temperature. [Bch.]

625. In the evening attacks of febrile rigor, followed at night by exhausting perspiration (the 2nd night).

Chilliness, even when walking in the warm. [Stf.]

Chill all over the body (aft. 26 h.). [Myr.]

Chill all the forenoon, by jerks, like general shudder (but not running over him) even in the room, with blue, icy cold hands and dry palate without particular thirst. [Fz.]

Every night fever: in the evening, after sleeping for an hour, she is awakened by chilliness all over the body ad drawing in the limbs, without subsequent heat.

630. Towards evening, chilliness and coldness for an hour, without thirst and without subsequent heat.

Alteration of shivering and heat, in the evening.

Frequent alterations of chilliness and hear, in the evening; the dry heat in the face is not attended by redness, and during this heat there is chilliness; after the cessation of the heat still greater chilliness, coldness runs all over his body; towards morning profuse sweat in the second sleep, that is, when after awaking, he again fell asleep.

Severe rigor, from afternoon till evening, 10 o’clock, then dry heat to such a degree that he became almost unconscious.

Rigor all over the body, with icy cold fingers, without thirst (an hour after eating); after four hours increased warmth, without thirst. [Myr.]

635. Frequent rushing over the cold and chilliness, and palpitation of the heart.

Occasional rigor running over him, without thirst, for minute, followed immediately by heat rapidly alternating with cold for a minute. [Gss.]

In the evening on lying down chilliness, and after the first awaking heat all over, without thirst (aft. 12 h.).

In the evening chilliness causing trembling, then in the morning heat of the face, dryness in the mouth, and shooting pain in the throat when swallowing.

The temporal arteries and the blood-vessels of the hand are distented, and the arteries beat more full. [Ws.]

640. On going to sleep dry heat (the 4th evening).

In the evening heat of all the body, followed by restless night,

After lying down in the evening heat all over the head, with only moderately warm body, but very cold feet (aft. 14.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Internal heat throughout the body, without thirst, not perceptible outwardly and without redness of the cheeks; he becomes anxious and breathes deep (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Ws.]

In the evening when walking in the open air heat on the cheeks and flying heat in the back. [Fz.]

645. Morning sweat, with heavy dreams of dead people, and as if he were hunted.

Profuse morning sweat.

On two nights, about midnight and when he awakes profuse sweat, which commenced on the head, and was most profuse on the chest.

(Great thirst for water, with much heat and perspiration all over, by day and night.)

Pulse beats strongly (aft. 9 h.). [Bch.]

650. The pulse is irregular and often intermits one or two beats. [Ws.]

In the afternoon heat in the face, without redness, with thirst. [Fz.]

In the evening before falling asleep, heat in the cheeks and ears.

At night much heat and anxiety; he feels as if the chest were too narrow (aft. 8 h.). [Hrr.]

Internal heat and anxiety; he feels as if the chest were too narrow (aft. 8 h.). [Hrr.]

655. Great anxiety; he must lie down in the afternoon (the 3rd d.).

Restlessness and anxiety throughout the body.

He looks very ill humoured and sullen, so that everybody asks him what is the matter, and yet he does not look actually ill.[Stf.]

Very irritated, the mind depressed, the body exhausted.

Very irritated, cross, ill humoured.[Stf.]

660. Always cross, disinclination to speak.

Silent crossness. [Hrr.]

A trifling vexation makes him very angry and hot.

He speaks unwillingly, talking is very disagreeable to him (aft. 5 h.). [Hrr.]

He speaks little and answers unwillingly questions put to him (aft. 5 h.). [Hrr.]

665. Dislike to speak. [Lr.]

When speaking a kind of hurriedness; he cannot get anything quickly enough, whereas he is usually very patient.

Restlessness in the morning in bed.

Inward restlessness hinders him in his work.

Restless, indifferent. [Stf.]

670. Sad humour, on account of concern for the future (aft. 50 h.). [Gn.]

Dejection (aft. 4 d.).

Serious, dejected, and sad, only when walking in the open air, and the more he walked the more sad, serious, and dejected he became; in the house this went off gradually, and he became cheerful.

Disposition lachrymose, as from home sickness. [Trn.]

Discontented with himself, self-reproaches. [Lr.]

675. He is very willful about everything.

Disposition active and lively (Reaction of the organism, secondary action.) (aft. 24 h.). [Fz.]

He became very cheerful and well disposed. (Reaction of the organism, secondary action.) [Bch.]

(Disposition is often extravagantly gay. (This inordinate gaiety seems to be a (rare) alternating action.) )

(A woman affected with epilepsy danced in a senseless, violent, and wild manner for several days, without lying down, except at night. . (This inordinate gaiety seems to be a (rare) alternating action.) ) [Fr.H-n.]

Samuel Hahnemann

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