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Atony and a sensation, as if the marrow in the bones were curdled. — Rigidity of all the muscles, after sitting, in the evening, and a tension therein, when walking. — Tetanus, the attacks of which mostly produced by touching, or even the approach of others, or by swallowing of lukewarm water, or by noise, terminate with blueness of the cheeks and lips, laborious, snorting respiration, or groaning with closed eyes. — Shaking of the whole frame from startings along the spina, as if caused by electric shocks. — Opisthotonus.

Excessive sleepiness in the evening, with sleeplessness before midnight. — Disturbed dreamful sleep.

In the evening raised temperature of the whole body, especially of the cheeks, attended with dizziness or pressing drawing in one side of the forehead , with thirst.

Fearfulness and easily to be frightened. — Want of self-confidence and pusillanimity. — i11 humored , discontended and very easily displeased. — Exaltation of mind, particularly, when not employed with mental labour.

Abstraction of mind and a kind of dreaming while awake. — Mental vivacity, especially in the afternoon.

Dizzy and muddled, as if after Intoxication. — Dizziness, with a kind of tension or contraction in the head aid knocking in the forehead. — Giddiness , when walking in the open air, or across a running water.

Headache mostly pressing and with heat in the face. — The brain aching as if bruised.— Spasmodic headache.— Boring in the temples. — The pains commence mostly in the evening-twilight and continue till falling asleep.

Sensation of numbness in the temporal muscles, and tension in them, when opening the jaws. — Quivering between the eyebrows, when reading.

Pressure in the eyes and a sensation of being fatigued by a bright light. — Sensation of soreness and dryness inside the eyelids. — Redness, heat and burning of the eyes with suppurative cementing during night. — The eyelids from spasm widely opened. — Staring, protruded, motionless eyes. — Misty dimness, as if from opacity of the cornea. — Myopia.

Spasmodic pain in the ear. — Racking before and in the ears. — Sensation as if something were lying upon the ear, or sticking in it. — Heat on the ears. — Dullness of hearing.

The internal part of the nose aching, as if excoriated.

Blue countenance during convulsions. — Tension of the facial muscles. — Spasmodic pain in the zygomatic bone and in the masseters, increased by rest and decreased by moving the lower jaw. — Sensation of heat in the cheeks, without external warmth, in the evening. — Trismus, with wide opening of the lips.

Drawing toothache (in the molares). — Knocking in the hollow teeth.

The mouth and lips very dry, without thirst. — Viscid, filthy slime in the mouth, in the evening, with a continual inclination to drink. — White tongue with a sensation of roughness. — Burning on the tongue and continual pinching on the tip of it.

Taste bitter, especially after dinner and smoking tabacco. — Longing for cold liquids or coffee. — Strong appetite and insatiableness, with aversion to food. — Ineffectual eructation causes a sensation of fulness in the breast.

Vacant eructation after eating. — Bilious eructation.

Qualmishness, during dinner. — Faintness, when walking in the open air.

Pain in the stomach, as if a cutting soreness, when beginning to eat. — Spasmodic pain in the pit of the stomach. — Cutting pain in the pit of the stomach and the (right) hypochondrium, increased by moving the trunk.

Soreness in the right side of the abdomen. — Spasmodic visceral pain. — Pain in the lumbar region, from inside outwards cutting. — Cutting pain in the hypogastrium, especially after taking warm milk. — Stinging pain in the abdomen. — Vehement agitation and croaking in the bowels, with tendency to diarrhoea.

Frequent, thin, copious and feculent stools. — Slimy diarrhoea with cutting visceral pain. — Pressure and sensation of contraction in the anus, with swelling of the hemorrhoidal tumours and burning pricking, accompanied with discharge of a soft stool.

Frequent urging to urinate, with a small discharge. — Frequent copious discharge, preceded by a pressure in the bladder and succeeded by strangury.

Orange colored urine, which very soon becomes cloudy.

Libidinous itching on the genitals.

Hoarseness, caused by much slime in the trachea. — Low, subdued voice. Dry cough, from tickling at the head of the larynx. — Vehement deep cough
with ejection of yellow slime.

Intermitting respiration. — Hiccoughing inspiration. — Excessive oppression of the chest, when walking quickly or ascending steps.

Cramp in the breast, as if from attacks of sudden cold. — Painful sensitiveness of the breast, when pressed upon. — Cutting shocks or stitches in the sides of the chest and in the sternum. — Shocks about the heart. — Strong palpitation of the heart, when stooping, whilst sitting, or in the evening in bed, when lying on the left side. — A feeling of painful contraction of the heart. — In the muscles of the breast a pain as if beaten, when moving the body or the arms.

Pain in the small of the back, as if beaten , especially at night and particularly towards 4 o’clock in the morning; disappearing after rising. — Painful stiffness between the shoulder-blades and in the neck, in the morning in bed and continuing till noon. — Quivering in the muscles of the neck upon the shoulder.

The arms weak and heavy, as if maimed, with stiffness in the elbow-joint. — Disabling weakness of the elbow-joints and hands. — Spasmodic drawing in the fore-arms, hands and fingers. — Cold fingers.

The thighs and legs as if beaten, heavy and weak, as if they would knack together in walking. — Wrenching spasmodic pain in the hip-joints, legs and feet. — Squeezing drawing in all parts of the lower extremities. — Painful jerking stitches- in the thigh and on the edge of the os ilium. — Lameness in the foot-joints.

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