Indicated in neuralgia, in affections resulting from suppressed gonorrhoea, inflammation and induration of glands (testicles); in some form of eczema; in rheumatic affections of persons subject to perpetic eruptions.
Confused headache, with tearing pain in the brain and boring pain in the bones of the head.
Eyes dry, red, hot; biting, burning pain; pain in the middle of the eyeball; lachrymation; sensitive to cold air (used in syphiliticiris).
Itching of the scalp; eczema, especially on the occiput and on hands; worse from warmth of bed.
Swelling of inguinal glands, with soreness to touch.
Drawing and tension in the spermatic cord.
Vesical irritation: painful voiding of urine, especially when starting it; great effort in passing a few drops at a time (stricture); dribbling.
Testicles swollen and very sensitive; bruised pain in testicles, worse at night, in the warm bed; orchitis from suppressed gonorrhoea.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)