Derangement of digestive organs; hysterical affections; paralytic affections and convulsions connected with menstruation. Paralysis of one side. Symptoms are aggravated by drinking, eating, sleeping, talking, and by tobacco and coffee.
Dizziness as from intoxication, sometimes with nausea; cloudiness of the head; aching pain in the forehead; lacerating and throbbing headache, as if the eyes would be torn out; sensation, as if the head were empty.
Nausea with tendency to faint; nausea and inclination to vomit, especially when riding in a carriage or on the water; vomiting with headache and bruised sensation of the bowels; griping or lacerating pain in the stomach; flatulent colic, especially at night; distension of the abdomen; lacerating, cutting pain in the bowels.
Oppression of the chest as from a stone; hysteric or other spasms in the chest. Palpitation of the heart and rush of blood to the chest.