A marked affinity for the urethra, bladder and vagina, where it produces violent inflammation. The mucous membranes of throat and air passages are also involved, as well as the skin.
Eyes, Nose and Face
Clinical. Obstinate otorrhoea, offensive discharges. Nasal catarrh, with fetid odor and catarrh of the throat; with greenish-yellow expectoration of fetid odor. In catarrh of the throat the mucus trickles from the nose into the throat; is greenish yellow, with rawness of throat and hoarseness.
Abdomen, Rectum and Stool
Clinical. Dysentery; stools colorless, transparent, mingled with white particles like rice, with unquenchable thirst, distended, sensitive abdomen, aggravated by fruit, acids, etc.
Inflammation of urethra. Mucus from urethra much increased. Cutting after micturition, with constriction. Irritation of passages. Urine copious, dark. Urine frothy. Haematuria.
Clinical. Chronic inflammation of bladder, with cutting and constriction during micturition. Haemorrhage from the bladder. Inflammation of bladder and urethra in women; necessity to urinate every ten or fifteen minutes, with smarting, tenesmus and ropy mucus.
Clinical. Inflamed prostate, with thick yellow gonorrhoeal discharge; especially useful in the chronic form, sometimes with swollen testicles. Leucorrhoea, profuse, acrid, offensive, yellow or green, with pruritis, intense sexual desire, uterus swollen and painful, etc. Acrid leucorrhoea in girls. Catarrhal leucorrhoea, offensive, yellow.
Respiration and Pulse
Clinical. Dyspnoea, with deposit of a false membrane in the larynx and danger of suffocation; also useful in bronchitis, in which the cough seems to tear the bronchi; expectoration difficult, sometimes streaked with blood.
Eruption all over the body like urticaria, generally with fever and thirst.