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Cerebral haemorrhage.

PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 12:38 am
by C. J. Rupert Juta
Possible symptoms of bleeding in the brain: high blood pressure, excruciating headache, face red, veins standing out on temples, anxiety, dizziness, palpitations, suffocation, pain, blindness, burning scalp, crashing to the ground. Get to hospital at once.

If there is a delay, you can treat the symptoms as follows:
Deathly fear, numb left arm, painful fingers: Aconite.
Agonising headache congested face, eyes dilated: Belladonna.
Jaws clenched, terrific heat in the face, convinced death is at hand: Glonionum.
Paralysed, heavy: Gelsemium.
Pain in eyes, confusion, cannot be touched, congested face: Lachesis.
Comatose, does not respond, stiff-limbed, glassy-eyed: Opium.