Extreme restlessness; must keep in constant motion, though walking seems to aggravate the symptoms.
Clinical. Sudden alternations of moods, often with stealthy and destructive impulses. Hystero-epilepsy, with shrieking. Hysteria, with constant movement of the extremities, particularly of the hands. Paralysis agitans. Chorea.
Clinical. Ovaries extremely sensitive. Dysmenorrhoea. Various forms of organic disease of the sexual organs. Pruritis. Nymphomania.
Clinical Spinal irritation, with tremblings of the limbs. Intense pain in the spine and chest, with extreme sensitiveness of the spine.