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Respiration short and labored, with difficulty of walking even slowly.
All symptoms are worse in cold weather, especially headache. Excoriation and inflammation of the nostrils, with painful sensibility. Twitching of muscles about the ear and noises. Loose stools, a painful drawing in the stomach and in the abdomen. Lethargic but mentally clear.
Irregular and hurried movements of arm. Europe, Asia, and America, in dry places, especially in dry muscariuz woods. Shooting from right lower teeth up to right side of head.
Flow of clear water from the nose, without coryza. Rolling of the head is a leading indication for it in brain affections and fever. Itching in the genitals.
With it much twitching. Lumbago; worse in open air. Prostration, weariness, and paralytic feeling in left arm. Lancinating, tearing pain in cheeks, as of splinters. Itching, redness, and burning in the cheeks, as if from chilblains.
Stitches along eustachian tube to ear. Itching, burning pain, and redness in the fingers, as if from chilblains. All the symptoms of frostbite and chilblains itching, redness, and burning. Itching in the ears, with redness and burning pain, as from chilblains.
Great sensitiveness of the body to pressure and cold air. Pains are accompanied by sensation of cold, numbness and tingling.
Flatulent distention of stomach and abdomen. A jerking sensation in the forehead and in the temple. Excoriation of the tongue. Typhoid states often call agaricue it, and also epilepsy. After coition great weakness and nocturnal sweat. Symptoms which exhibit themselves transversely for instance, in the right arm and in the left legbetter by walking slowly. Drawing pressure in the malleoli.
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It acts on the red blood corpuscles, dissolving them so that blood escapes into the alimentary canal and the whole system is drained. Insipid and fetid taste in the mouth.
Menses too profuse and early, with tearing, pressive pains in back and abdomen. Dull headache from prolonged desk-work. Cramp-like pain in the thumb. Drinking agaicus water worse.