Hawks up bloody water.
Fears heart will cease to beat, unless constantly on the move, the reverse of Dig.; oppression of heart, aggravation thinking of it; pain in heart, on rising from a seat.
Heat, while reading exciting news. Congestion, to cervical region; pain ascends, during labor; pain in cervical region, to all over head; pain under least scapula, Chel., right; aching in cervical region. Chills run up and down Back, an important symptom. Sharp laborlike pains, to hips.
|pain in cervical region, to all over head;|
Pain in upper Limbs and fingertips, when playing piano; drawing pain in lower Limbs, on motion; sore, bruised pain in thigh, amelioration sweat, and in calf, nights; paroxysmal stitching pain in lower Limbs and legs; tearing pain, aggravation change of weather; tingling in legs, afternoon; trembling of hands on moving them, during typhoid. (L): Legs heavy, aggravation exertion. Cold, tremble, weak.
|Pain in upper Limbs and fingertips, when playing piano;|
Sleepiness of students.
Begins in hands; after excitement or fright. Runs up and down back and spine. Feels as if one must be held or have clothing piled on one so that one may not shake so. Begins in hands and feet and runs up back. Chill begins in hands and feet, in recent cases, in chronic cases: Natr-m. Of great value for intermittents contracted at Summer watering places and “Wintered over”, then appearing next Spring.
|Chill Runs up and down back and spine.|
Chill absent, forenoon. Remittent fever, especially children, toss about bed in agony, when aroused from drowsy state become peevish, irritable and excitable. Very important in afternoon fevers without chill, in infants and children. A leading remedy in typhoid, and must be compared with Bapt., its tongue is more thinly coated and lacks the dark streak of Bapt., and the face is not quite so besotted, or the consciousness so beclouded. Sensitive to light and noise; noise intolerable: Caps. Regular periodic fever without chill, like Ars., but thirstless, restless, burning Heat neither weak nor prostrated as with Ars., sense of falling.
|Chill absent, forenoon. Remittent fever, especially children|
Cold, afternoon, Sep., night.
Faint, after anger; weak, amelioration 10 a.m. In cases of poisoning, resort of artificial respiration, and faradism of muscles of respiration. In acute complaints, Gels. is to the warmer climates what Acon. and Bry. are to the colder climates. Convulsions, child’s chin quivers incessantly. Lassitude, expressed by patient, Mur-ac. does not express it. Pains mostly deep seated. Weak after pollutions, great prostration from irritability of seminal vesicles.
|Faint, after anger; weak,|