Materia Medica by Dr. Adolf zur Lippe
Adolf zur Lippe (1812 – 1888) was a German homeopathic physician & a professor in the Homeopathic College of Pennsylvania.
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Painful sticking in the head here and there.
Headache, as if the head were in a vice.
Dull, deep stitches on the vertex.
Pain in the middle of the forehead, as if the brain would fall out while straining to stool.
 Twitching in the right eye and right upper eyelid.
Sensation of a white speck before the eyes, impeding sight in the evening by candle-light, with constant urging to wipe the eyes, and amelioration after wiping.
Violent stitch in the right ear.
Chirping in the right ear.
Dryness of the nose.
 Dry coryza, with complete stoppage of the nostrils.
Bleeding of the nose.
Mouth and Throat.
The gums exude sour blood on sticking them.
Shooting, pulsating pain, with sensation of elongation in one left upper incisor (which is painful to the touch), in the evening ; worse after lying down, compelling one to rise and to walk about.
The molars feel elongated, with the sensation as if coldness rushed out of them.
 Burning at the tip of the tongue.
Painful, spasmodic contraction in the throat, during which he is unable to speak a loud word.
Stomach and Abdomen.
Constant desire to eat.
Contractive pain in the stomach.
Ulcerative pain in the region of the stomach.
Stool and Anus.
 Hard stool, with straining ; ineffectual urging to stool.
Burning in the anus before and after soft diarrhoeic stools.
Protrusion of varices after hard stool, with straining.
Discharge of blood from the rectum, with or without stool.
Frequent urging to urinate, with scanty discharge.
 The scanty urine soon becomes turbid and cloudy.
Women. Menstruation too early, too profuse, and of too long duration, with pains in the abdomen and small of the back.
Dry cough, with tickling in the larynx and great soreness in the chest.
Congestion of blood to the chest, with heat and dyspnoea.
 Stitches in the chest, especially when ascending the steps.