Arsenicum hydrogenisatum

Natural History.
     Arseniuretted Hydrogen

General.
     The general action of Arsenic more accentuated. Anaemia. Anxiety; despair. HEMATURIA, with general blood disorganization. Hemorrhages from mucous membranes. Urine suppressed, followed by vomiting. Prepuce and glans covered with pustules and round superficial ulcers. Collapse. Coldness; prostration. Sudden weakness and nausea. Skin becomes dark brown.

Head.
     Violent vertigo on going upstairs. Eyes sunken; broad, blue circles around. Violent sneezing. Nose cold. Must be wrapped up with warm cloths.

Mouth.
     Tongue enlarged; deep, irregular ulcer; nodular swelling. Mouth hot and dry; little thirst.

Dose.
     Third potency.