Weakness, with apathy. General free discharges. Bruised pains throughout the body and limbs (<) morning. Scraping pains in periosteum of all the bones. Formication over the body. General coldness of the surface of the body. General relief by motion; pains felt during rest.
Clinical Result of Sexual excesses. Consequences of grief and disappointment.
Indifference; unwilling to speak. Difficult to collect his thoughts; unable to find the right word or to remember.
Clinical. In low types of fever a dullness of comprehension from which the patient may be roused with difficulty to collect his thoughts and answers, after which he sinks back into a state of stupor.
pressure as from a weight on the vertex; a general dull headache, especially after coition. Hair turns gray and falls out early in life. The headache is (<) shaking the head or by exerting the mind.
Eyes lustreless. A feeling as if the eyeballs were too large. Burning in the eyelids and corners of the eyes in the evening by the light. Margins of the lids inflamed; the lashes fall out.
Difficult hearing, with roaring in the ears.
Color generally pale, earthy, with dark rims around the eyes. A feeling of tension on the skin of the face as if white of egg had dried on it. Lips dry, encrusted.
Gums bleed easily. Mouth is generally dry. Tongue pale, coated with thick, tough mucus; swollen, bites the tongues involuntarily.
Loss of appetite; desire of r refreshing or juicy things. Unquenchable thirst, caused by a feeling of dryness throughout the whole body (though absence of thirst does not contra- indicate the drug). Pressure in the stomach as from a weight, with sleepiness, especially after eating. Bitter eructations after eating sour food.
Clinical. Symptoms following sour food and drink.
A constrictive pain about the naval. Gurgling in abdomen as from water. Numerous flatulent symptoms.
Diarrhoea, involuntary. Evacuations thin, whitish-gray; pasty, bright yellow; undigested; painless.
Frequent, rapid, irresistible urging to urinate. Frequent micturition, at times, with scanty discharge. Urine as clear as water, often profuse, especially at night from 10 to 3. At times as white as milk. Micturition preceded by anxiety and restlessness, or followed by burning.
Clinical. Diabetes, with aching in the small of the back; excessive thirst, mental apathy.
Persistent erections early in the morning in bed or during sleep, followed by involuntary emissions. Emissions at night without erections; when pressing at stool. Swelling of the testicles and spermatic cord. Loss of sexual desire.
Cough dry from tickling, as with feather in the middle of the chest above the pit of the stomach, (<) in evening after lying down. Expectoration in the morning, salty. Expectoration in small masses; at times purulent and offensive; rarely bloody. Respiration difficult. Sense of great weakness in the chest.
Pulse soft, at times irregular or intermittent. Palpitation.
Boring pains between the scapulae. Burning in a spot above the small of the back.
General weakness and apathy. Sleep filled with lascivious dreams, with emissions, at times with erections.
Predominating chilliness and coldness; heat towards evening, sweat in the morning. Febrile paroxysms, usually without thirst, with debility, stupor, painless diarrhoea, deafness.