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All the symptoms of frostbite and chilblains itching, redness, and burning. Pressure in the eyes. Itching and titillation, which force the sufferer to scratch himself.
Eructations alternately with hiccough.
Mania, timid, or furious, with great display of strength. Tingling in the anus. Abundant expulsion of flatulency of a fetid odor, like that of garlic. Trembling of hands, and coldness.
Drawing in the legs. Pressure in the head to the bottom of the brain, increased by pressure or contact of the hair, and accompanied by a complete loss of energy. Make a Donation Join Login. Mental application or excitement, Over-exertion.
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Buzzing in the ears. Sings, talks, but does not answer. Semilateral cephalalgia, pulling and pressing with confusion in the head. Pimples, hard, like flea-bites. Lateral headache, as if from a nail.
Tearing both hands, on left wrist. Irregular and hurried movements of arm. Twitching of the eyelids and eyeballs.
On waking, pain in left jaw-joint, so violent, he can scarcely open his mouth. Inclination to vomit immediately after a meal. Ravenous appetite, with bolting of food. Easy chilliness on slight movement.
Frequent empty eructations, or with the taste of apples, or with the taste of rotten eggs. Leucorrhea, with much itching internally and externally.
Desire to sleep in the day, particularly after a meal. Restless from violent itching and burning. In the morning, a sense of dizziness, and great difficulty in rising.
Twitchings are especially marked in the eyes, eyelids, and facial muscles, and Agaricus has cured many cases of blepharospasm and tic convulsif.
Small solid balls of phlegm thrown up. Tension in thyroid gland, worse towards evening, feels cravat too tight. Coitus, subjective symptoms arising after. Pain as if touched or pierced by needles of ice is very characteristic.
Dryness of the nose.
Twitching, quicksilver sensation, in gluteal muscles. Oppressive constriction of the chest, with a necessity for frequent and deep inspirations.