acute rescue

Vertigo, as if the brain turned in a circle, with staggering, obscuration of sight, and loss of consciousness. — Headache, as if the head had been beaten, in the morning when in bed ; stitches and pressure over the eyes. Heat in the head during dinner. — Tingling in the ears. — Dread of light. — After a meal the patient is attacked with qualms of sickness, and anguish, accompanied by risings from the pit of the stomach. — Throbbing in the region of the stomach.— Burning in the pit of the stomach. — Oppressive distention and rumbling in the abdomen.

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