Acrid; irritates the mucous membranes of the air passages and digestive tract. Stimulates or suppresses the secretion of urine.
Tearing pains, with uneasiness in the limbs; pains (<) motion. Weakness, especially after walking. General aggravation in the morning.
Pulsations on rising up. Shooting pains in the right side of the forehead.
Acrid coryza, with ulcerated nostrils and soreness of the margins. Fluent coryza, with constant sneezing and discharge of acrid mucus.
Nausea and vomiting, with salivation. Frequent alternations of qualmishness in the pit of the stomach, and inclination to diarrhoea in the lower abdomen.
Diarrhoea, dark brown or frothy, very offensive, painless, often involuntary.
Great urging, with discharge of much watery urine. Involuntary micturition when coughing.
Morning cough, with profuse salty expectoration, sudden and violent, with profuse salty expectoration, sudden and violent, with stitches in the side, dyspnoea, with involuntary evacuation of urine during the cough, (<) inspiration. At times, dry cough, caused by tickling in the trachea, or from crawling in the chest; the dry cough is usually violent, causing shattering in the abdomen and even retching, with painful contraction of the abdominal muscles. Cough provoked by taking a deep breath or from drinking cold things or from great effort. Clinical. Bronchitis, with violent spasms of cough and involuntary micturition; after coughing a long time a little mucus is loosened, with relief. The spasmodic cough usually ends in a kind of explosive choking often aggravated from 5 to 7 A.M. or evening and night.
Sharp sticking in the ribs, especially of the left side on breathing, and particularly on coughing (an eruption around the sides and on the back, with burning, stinging itching after scratching).
Internal chill with external heat, without thirst, at night. Cold hands and feet with shivering. Dry, burning heat.