Hysteric affections, also convulsive or spasmodic disorders, especially when occasioned by fright or grief. Nervous affections of infants. Great excitability of the nervous system; pain from the least touch.
Restless sleep with sudden starting, unpleasant dreams, waking with spasmodic yawning.
Headache, increased by stooping, and relieved by lying on the back; aching and cramp-like headache over the root of the nose, or as if something hard were pressed on the brain, recurring in paroxysms; headache as if a nail were driven into the head.
Sensation in the eyes as of sand with inflammation; sensitiveness to light. Scrofulous ophthalmia; convulsive movements of the eyes and eyelids; convulsive face; convulsive twitchings and distortions of the muscles.
Hiccough after eating or drinking; periodical pains in the stomach, disturbing rest; sensation in the stomach as if from fasting; periodical abdominal spasms, especially in hysteric individuals; flatulent colic particularly at night.
Derangement of the nervous system, during the menses, the blood being black, and generally coagulated.