Convulsive, painless twitchings of muscles in various parts, (<)during rest. Symptoms (<) during rest and towards evening, (>) motion and pressure of the hand.
Heaviness. Pressive pain from above downward; (>)hard pressure of the hand, (<)after eating and ascending steps. Pressing-together pain from both sides. Sense of weight pressing on the brain, at every steps on going upstairs. Stitches in the left side of brain, extending towards the vertex.
Clinical. Neuralgic headaches, commencing in the right side of the nape of the neck, extending over whole brain, ameliorated by stooping, sitting or pressure; aggravated by going upstairs, with a feeling of heavy weight on the brain.
Twitching of the facial muscles of the right side, (<)during rest. Heat and redness of the face, with cold feet. Cracking and pain in the joints of the jaw when chewing.
Mouth and Throat
Dryness, without thirst. On yawning and coughing a feeling as if the left side of the palate were paralyzed.
Ravenous hunger, (>)eating a little; preceded by heat in the stomach. Rumbling; a feeling of emptiness in the stomach.
Incarcerated flatus, with ineffectual efforts to discharge it. Soreness of the walls of the abdomen. A feeling of coldness in the abdomen.
Frequent urging, with scanty discharge.
Heart and Pulse
Sticking in the region of the heart, with anxiety.
Boring sticking in the left scapula, extending across the spine. Bruised pain in the small of the back on sitting and stooping, (>)pressure.
Cramp-like pain in the arm, hands and fingers, like paralysis. Similar pain in the lower extremities. Things feel bruised. Feet as cold as ice.
Chilliness, with extreme coldness in the hands and feet, while the rest of the body is warm. It seems as though the feet as far as the knees were like ice. Shivering without chill and without thirst, especially in the upper part of the body. Fever in the evening, with thirst.
Clinical. A valuable remedy in intermittent fever, with characteristic extreme coldness of the fingers and toes and of legs to the knees, and of the tip of the nose: the chill predominates.